Monte Carlo France Member #55589 October 9, 2007 1181 Posts Offline

Posted: November 21, 2014, 9:50 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by RL-RANDOMLOGIC on November 21, 2014

Hans

I give up, you ignore logic trying to grab at straws, what if the set 07-13-21-40-41-42 had been drawn?

The wheel you play is nothing special as it depends on the order of your numbers. A pick-2 is a looser no

matter what you think. Why even mention a 2 of 6 for this game. A 3of6 for this game pays nothing and

I consider them losses as a QP is worthless IMHO, So far you have only made one prediction that had any

interest to me but that has faded away. You seem to think your system is somehow special but I don't see

it. You said your not going to share your number selection process so why even bother us with posting

numbers. I tried to give you a few pointers but you ignore them, why, I don't know. Your ROI is about to

go into the red and if you count all the lines you have posted then it's already there. Everything you've bragged

about so far is based on one drawing. Now you have resorted to claiming 2of6's as if they mean something

trying to prop up your system. What a load of crap............. My failed system test managed a 5of6 playing all

44 numbers. Let's see your system hit a 5of6. You claim it's a big thing to wheel 9 numbers and into 8 lines,

try wheeling 44 numbers into 35 lines. My system reduced 44 numbers into 35 or fewer lines while your little

joke reduces 9 numbers into 8 lines. Mine reduced by a factor of 0.000004958 and still got a few nice hits while

yours reduced 0.095238. To make this test even with your little joke I needed to play 0.095238/ 0.000004958

or 19,209 lines. If you are too stupid to know that anytime you select a sub-group of numbers from a much

larger group and happen to trap a so many correct numbers in that pool, that the number of match / prize

is also greatly increased then your beyond help. If you claim your wheel is more powerful then the program

under test then to be a even up comparison I need to rerun the test so that it generates 19,209 lines per game.

That's the number of lines needed so that the lines generated by the program under test have the same chance

of matching prizes.

How would your little wheel stack up to that. I think I could hit a few 6of6 in a test like that but the way you are

playing you should not expect any prize over a 4of6 anytime soon. Anything is possible and if by some far off

chance you do manage something better you will claim it was your system. I am not interested in what you think

other than to try and show you how your logic is wrong. Don't bother replying unless you come to your senses.

I like what Big John says, you don't hit the numbers, they hit you. Wheeling 9 numbers into a few lines for a match

3 or 4 hit is easy, the hard part is getting enough numbers in the pool of 9, that's the hard part and the only thing

of interest. And I don't even care about that as you had games without a single number. Nope, nothing special at

all.

RL

well said It's true the only thing that matters in my system is to predict more than 4 winning numbers in a pool of 9 which is also my signature goal.

You played so many numbers in so many lines,that's not economical and is definitely not my interest unless you have enough money to waste.

Lottery is a game of luck,not math,so what difference does it make to play 9 numbers or 44 numbers?The odd never changes.

Yes,your system could have made some jackpots by playing thousands of lines,but have you considered whether it's possible someone will ever invest?

Don't forget unless you play you can win.That rule never changes!

Yes I play only 9 numbers and I am satisfied with some match3 and match4.But I can afford to play and I will never miss a chance to have my jackpot when my 9 numbers have all 6 winning numbers.

My system does and did predicted the winning numbers and put more of them in more front positions and that's my system,not yours.

Your playing so many numbers in so many lines shows no meaning at all for prediction.That's like playing random thousand of lines.

I ignored your system analysis because your system only analyse,but it can not predict!

Don't bother replying as I see no sense of yours as well!!!

Hans

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Monte Carlo France Member #55589 October 9, 2007 1181 Posts Offline

Posted: November 21, 2014, 11:09 am - IP Logged

nice attitude.winning a lottery is not forcible.All we could do is try our best to make it.

Now back to wheel 20 numbers,I usually reduce 20 numbers to 9 numbers and play.

That's my strategy,maybe yours is better by playing more numbers.But so far none of us ever posted a match5 yet in less than 16 tickets.

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Strive to predict 8 tickets for 12 numbers with Max ROI for Pick6!

Monte Carlo France Member #55589 October 9, 2007 1181 Posts Offline

Posted: November 21, 2014, 11:17 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by RL-RANDOMLOGIC on November 21, 2014

Hans

I make the calculations needed so I can put into play the best sets possible. The stuff like the number

of digits, etc are not a product of random but of the matrix it's self. Once I build the best sets possible

then it's all left to chance. In another post I made the comment concerning my 5-39 game that if a person

played sets with fewer then 5 or more than 6 digits then they have no chance of hitting a JP around 75%

of the time. Most I think laughed until I proved it. Just think, that's $750.00 out of every $1000.00 some

are just tossing away. On the bright side it does make the JP's bigger for others.

Using math can put us in a better position but it can't predict. I keep searching for some type of error in the

drawing process or hidden key within the matrix. Fools errand, maybe but it's fun and keeps the mind active.

The system I played for years and still use for analysis does not predict, it is a full wheel and has options to

control almost everything that can be analyzed in a lottery. With over 55 filters plus wheels and a number of

other tools it can reduce any matrix down to one line. The predictor posted here is just one of hundreds of

programs I have written and tested over the years. The lottery is only a hobby to me, one I enjoy.

RL

The stuff like the number of digits, etc are not a product of random but of the matrix it's self.

I knew when I first checked your posts that your prediction or lines are not from filter;they are from wheels itself that's what made me interested.

The problem is you have not found the best mode to pick up fewer lines in the matrix but I am sure somewhere there are some value lines to check.

my method is also based on wheel itself.When I predict,I input 6 last digit and all the rest dealing work is mostly based on different wheels as well.

I have tired to help with that key part mode as you wanted to know my exact steps of method,how come I could put winning numbers more front,is that what you mean?That's the core part of my all years effort,so I wont easily give out details but I can share my predictions.

do you know that you dont need 55 filters to get a match5 prediction,there are other ways around by using wheel itself?your method of selecting best ines is too rough and lack accurate steps,most importantly,correct wheels!do you know Using the golden ratio is very effective in line selection?

Once I build the best sets possible

then it's all left to chance

All you need is the correct input,even the slightest difference of the digit order will cause completely different results.like butterfly effect,do you know?

Using math can put us in a better position but it can't predict.

math works only effective in prize ratio calculation and investment management in lottery,not for prediction.

That is why I think 32 tickets are favorable for pick6 lottery,not thousands of lines.thats my experience,you suggested 35 lines to play each time,it is also ok.

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Then I use my system to deal with those 22 numbers,and get 9 numbers for the 16 tickets wheeling.

sometimes I GET 4 WINNING NUMBERS IN 9 NUMBERS,AND I EXPECT TO HAVE 5 OR 6 WINNING NUMBERS.

All the steps are controlled by random process,with many wheels participated.When lucky,I can have all winning numbers in 9 and by playing my 16 tickets,I could have great chance of match5 and some chance of a jackpot.

Hans

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