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Posted: November 29, 2013, 4:44 pm - IP Logged

You are indeed an excellent teacher.  Quit???????? No way!

It time for Nodda4me to Take over he's come a long way in what 2 days. So I can only imagine where we will be by this time next week. Smaller playlist

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    Posted: November 29, 2013, 4:46 pm - IP Logged

    STEP 1 DUE PAIRS LIST

    Pairs Left: 24 45  69

    024 124 224 324 424 524 624 724 824 924
    045 145 245 345 445 545 645 745 845 945
    067 167 267 367 467 567 667 767 867 967
    069 169 269 369 469 569 669 769 869 969

    STRATEGY 1:REVIEW DAILY LIST:

    Pair Trends: 35 59 17 45
    TR : 3,1,5 : 11-29-2012
    TR : 9,5,5 : 11-29-2012
    TR : 5,5,3 : 10-29-2013
    TR : 9,6,0 : 10-29-2013

    NY : 7,1,8 : 11-29-2012
    NY : 7,0,8 : 11-29-2012
    NY : 1,2,7 : 10-29-2013
    NY : 8,4,5 : 10-29-2013

    FL : 6,2,6 : 11-29-2012
    FL : 9,8,6 : 11-29-2012
    FL : 1,7,9 : 10-29-2013
    FL : 3,8,5 : 10-29-2013

    GA : 5,2,4 : 11-29-2012
    GA : 5,4,9 : 11-29-2012
    GA : 8,7,9 : 10-29-2013
    GA : 3,6,1 : 10-29-2013

    IL : 5,3,9 : 11-29-2012
    IL : 8,2,8 : 11-29-2012
    IL : 1,6,8 : 10-29-2013
    IL : 7,8,5 : 10-29-2013

    CA : 6,7,1 : 11-29-2012
    CA : 0,0,7 : 11-29-2012
    CA : 9,8,8 : 10-29-2013
    CA : 5,7,6 : 10-29-2013

    STRATEGY 2 COMBINE ANY COMMON PAIRS:

    245 524 679 697

    STRATEGY 3 PLAY BACK ANY REPEATS

    O/S

    STRATEGY4 PLAY BACK YESTERAYS DRAWS

    Yesterday Pairs: 12 19 39
    TRI: 151 = 161 141 101 251 051 152 150 651 156 606
    NY:  182 = 192 172 132 282 082 183 181 682 187 637
    FL:  836 = 846 826 886 936 736 837 835 336 831 381 839 381
    GA:  921 = 931 911 971 021 821 922 920 421 926 476 621 479
    IL:  439 = 449 429 489 539 339 430 438 939 434 984 436 984
    CA:  932 = 942 922 982 032 832 933 931 432 937 487 632 487

    Nodda4me you see you missed an important category you have to write that  in your code:

    STEP 1 DUE PAIRS LIST

    Pairs Left: 24 45  69

    024 124 224 324 424 524 624 724 824 924 045 145 245 345 445 545 645 745 845 945 067 167 267 367 467 567 667 767 867 967 069 169 269 369 469 569 669 769 869 969

    STRATEGY 1:REVIEW DAILY LIST:

    Pair Trends: 35 59 17 45 TR : 3,1,5 : 11-29-2012 TR : 9,5,5 : 11-29-2012 TR : 5,5,3 : 10-29-2013 TR : 9,6,0 : 10-29-2013
    NY : 7,1,8 : 11-29-2012 NY : 7,0,8 : 11-29-2012 NY : 1,2,7 : 10-29-2013 NY : 8,4,5 : 10-29-2013
    FL : 6,2,6 : 11-29-2012 FL : 9,8,6 : 11-29-2012 FL : 1,7,9 : 10-29-2013 FL : 3,8,5 : 10-29-2013
    GA : 5,2,4 : 11-29-2012 GA : 5,4,9 : 11-29-2012 GA : 8,7,9 : 10-29-2013 GA : 3,6,1 : 10-29-2013
    IL : 5,3,9 : 11-29-2012 IL : 8,2,8 : 11-29-2012 IL : 1,6,8 : 10-29-2013 IL : 7,8,5 : 10-29-2013
    CA : 6,7,1 : 11-29-2012 CA : 0,0,7 : 11-29-2012 CA : 9,8,8 : 10-29-2013 CA : 5,7,6 : 10-29-2013

    STRATEGY 2 COMBINE ANY COMMON PAIRS:

    245 524 679 697

    STRATEGY 3 PLAY BACK ANY REPEATS

    O/S-<>P***ed

    STRATEGY4 PLAY BACK YESTERDAYS DRAWS

    Yesterday Pairs: 12 19 39 TRI: 151 = 161 141 101 251 051 152 150 651 156 606 NY:  182 = 192 172 132 282 082 183 181 682 187 637 FL:  836 = 846 826 886 936 736 837 835 336 831 381 839 381 GA:  921 = 931 911 971 021 821 922 920 421 926 476 621 479 IL:  439 = 449 429 489 539 339 430 438 939 434 984 436 984 CA:  932 = 942 922 982 032 832 933 931 432 937 487 632 487

    Show me the $$$$$money$$$$$ ....working on my retirement planBang Head

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      Posted: November 29, 2013, 4:53 pm - IP Logged

      It time for Nodda4me to Take over he's come a long way in what 2 days. So I can only imagine where we will be by this time next week. Smaller playlist

      I see.  Smaller playlist is optimal. I've been taking notes throughout the thread and Nodda4me is doing an awesome job!

      If you always do what you've always done, then you'll always get what you always have gotten.  Change your thoughts, Change your life.

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        Posted: November 29, 2013, 5:13 pm - IP Logged

        Only states I see for 00 is

        GA 002 004 006 007 008

        GA should be 22x 44x (224 445)

        IL should be 88x 885 886 887, 824 845 869

        Nodda.......ate those eve picks?

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          Posted: November 29, 2013, 6:01 pm - IP Logged

          Nodda.......ate those eve picks?

          jees. what happpen to mike he quit writing

          i want to be a millionaire a second time!

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            Posted: November 29, 2013, 6:20 pm - IP Logged

            jees. what happpen to mike he quit writing

            I know he's working on the pick 4 version but maybe went to FL to catch Black Friday sales.

            I give him a call and see why he been so quiet all day.

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              Posted: November 29, 2013, 6:27 pm - IP Logged

              Nodda.......ate those eve picks?

              Add the 900 Meriwetherman as well

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                Posted: November 29, 2013, 6:55 pm - IP Logged

                Hi jeebsxx am looking throug the stuff that was sent to me

                I got something from islandboy it nice when we stay in contact with each other.

                I only played the 24 and the 69   Lurking

                So let us stay chatting

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                  Posted: November 29, 2013, 7:06 pm - IP Logged

                  Hi jeebsxx am looking throug the stuff that was sent to me

                  I got something from islandboy it nice when we stay in contact with each other.

                  I only played the 24 and the 69   Lurking

                  So let us stay chatting

                  For sure, the 00pr( hard on 100 & 900) and single CD sums of  7 & 12

                  Show me the $$$$$money$$$$$ ....working on my retirement planBang Head

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                    Posted: November 29, 2013, 7:09 pm - IP Logged

                    For sure, the 00pr( hard on 100 & 900) and single CD sums of  7 & 12

                    Wow missed this one ok back to drawing for FL & NY played 217, 677  GA Draw 276(mirrors of boy the new wringle hmm...)

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                      Posted: November 29, 2013, 8:34 pm - IP Logged

                      Wow missed this one ok back to drawing for FL & NY played 217, 677  GA Draw 276(mirrors of boy the new wringle hmm...)

                      i went on the 245all house

                      i want to be a millionaire a second time!

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                        Posted: November 29, 2013, 9:28 pm - IP Logged

                        i went on the 245all house

                        Can anyone pm me the web that play cash 3 online please?I tried google,i could not fond anything.

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                          When most of us hear the phrase “Online Gambling” or “Internet Gambling”, we usually picture the average websurfer casually placing a few bets on some rounds of Texas Hold’em.  Indeed, there are countless websites dedicated to online gambling and I’m sure we all know someone who visits them.  Some folks are genuinely addicted to online gambling, much like other forms of “digital afflictions” like video game addiction.

                          But what are the stakes involved with online internet gambling?  Is it legal?  Can you get in trouble for gambling online?

                                Here’s the deal: all gambling, including online gambling, is regulated by both state and federal laws.  Federal laws governing online gambling don’t really focus on the persons patronizing the website (i.e., the gamblers). Rather, they tend to provide penalties for the organizations that maintain online gambling websites.  Current statutes usually aim at the community concerns surrounding gambling operators, namely: money laundering, false advertising, and funding criminal enterprises.

                          The most prominent federal statute governing online gambling is the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 (UIGEA).  The UIGEA basically prohibits financial institutions and banks from handling transactions associated with online gaming accounts.  There are also various provisions regarding advertising for online gambling websites.  Most importantly, the UIGEA defines “unlawful internet gambling” as “placing, receiving, or otherwise knowingly transmitting a bet by means of the internet where such bet is unlawful under any law in the State where the bet is made”.

                          So the answer?  It basically depends on what state you’re in.  Now, most states have embraced the notion of online gambling.  But a few states have some form of “express internet prohibitions” on gambling, meaning it’s illegal in that state.  These states are:  Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington.  For example, Washington has recently made online poker betting a felony.  So although prosecution is actually rare, you could get into trouble with state authorities for online gambling, but probably not federal authorities.

                          Another thing about online gaming law is that there are all kinds of different types of gambling games online.  Besides your normal poker sites, there are also bingo websites, lottery websites, casino-type games like roulette and blackjack, and now even online mobile apps for gambling.  But one type of online gambling that’s definitely illegal is interstate sports betting, which was outlawed by the Federal Wire Act (“Wire Wager Act”).

                          The recent shut-down of online gaming site Bodog.com is, in my opinion, an excellent example of the way online gaming regulation works.  Last February, the website Bodog.com was ordered to fold and shut down on various counts, including: conducting an illegal online sports gambling operation; money laundering; using banks to cover payout transactions to customers; and violating advertising regulations related to online gambling.  They are currently facing hefty criminal fines and have had their web domain name revoked (on an infringement issue).

                          So these Bodog guys apparently hit up nearly every violation in the books.  But note that none of the patrons of the website were targeted, only the website founders and operators.   And that’s basically how these laws tend to work in the real world of virtual gambling.  The Bodog.com bust follows on the heels of a major investigation last year in which three of the top U.S. poker sites were charged with fraud and forked up more than $3 billion in seized assets (U.S. v. Sheinberg, 2011).  Again, no real mention of consequences for online gamblers.

                          To me, these laws don’t really, truly address what I think is the main problem with online gambling- it’s easier to get addicted than your standard casino gambling.  Something called “instant gratification” is a major factor with online gambling, and the online competitor doesn’t need to travel anywhere except the nearest computer for a quick fix. So just like any addiction, online gambling can completely ruin a person’s life, maybe more so than in-person games.

                          But given the scope of the problem, and how new online gambling is, the current regulation scheme is somewhat understandable.  It’s very similar to the way drug laws are enforced- authorities would rather go after the major dealers (excuse the pun), instead of spending time and resources trying to track down individual users.  And there’s a lot to online gambling that’s still being debated in the legislatures.

                          So, all that being said, if you have your own online gambling itch, chances are you won’t get into trouble for your online activity, so long as you completely (and I mean completely) avoid online sports betting.  That’s one hand that’s just too risky to bet on.

                          On the other hand, if you’re currently operating an online gambling website, or are thinking about doing so, that’s where you need to start getting concerned.  After all the investigations within the last year, it looks like the gaming authorities are upping the ante and going after the operators, the online pit bosses, who are the real high rollers here.

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                            Posted: November 29, 2013, 9:40 pm - IP Logged

                            Can anyone pm me the web that play cash 3 online please?I tried google,i could not fond anything.

                            That's against LP rules.

                            love to nibble those micey feet.

                             

                                                         

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                              Posted: November 29, 2013, 9:54 pm - IP Logged

                              only played str

                               

                              Lotto NY Midday 12:10PM Pick 3 11/29/2013 7-6-8 $0.50 ticket for $450.00 prize.

                              nice win!!!!Party

                              Make that $$$

                                 
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