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Getting One Number

Topic closed. 18 replies. Last post 3 years ago by MonEl.

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Posted: February 21, 2014, 6:55 pm - IP Logged

Try the archives, you may find something there interesting.

RJOH  have u had anyluck with any Ohio Jackpots
Since your last Major win???  I'm in Cincinatti. About to go buy some $1 scratchers

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    Posted: February 21, 2014, 7:29 pm - IP Logged

    Interesting, but how do you want to predict the number without failing?

    Sun Smiley

    YES, Serge, that is a most relevant question.

    Most real players understand (non computer jockies)) that there is no ONE point of certainty see the Heisenberg Effect &  Pathygorian  flaw that the Cosmos is not finit but infinit, hence do all the vibrational frequencies infinit

    Experienced players all know there is a risk but it is still possible to capture a number within a series  or short term that occurs above the odds, in speculation, i.e using the Stock Exchange as a model we L@@K for averaging out ala R.O.I.. Naturally personal wagering strategy & bank roll play a significant part in the outcome

    If you would like to check out the Power of Alpha Numerics, see Emoji the gaming forum listing of today, yesterday, last weeks, & last month's pre-racing predictions R.O.I. results @ Santa Anita

    Thanks again for your earnest interest-





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      Posted: February 23, 2014, 8:27 pm - IP Logged

      Fernando. Pls bless lp with some wisdom.  Getting to be boring browsing site lately...

      Less of a lottery site. More of a grown kids comedy site..

      Very sorry, I could not think of anything to write about this time, maybe later at some other time.


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        Posted: March 2, 2014, 11:51 pm - IP Logged

        Somebody who can make software and who has or knows the right Math statistical prediction logic might be able to do it.

        I back on late 2009 more or less, using software and the right prediction logic was kind of more or less able to do it, but even in that way it was not easy and had to every once in a while make some changes as the state lotteries are also very tricky.

        The so called predictions were posted on the pick 3 forum and were made for quite a long while.

        I guess that on the 28 of October 2009 is when I started it when on intill sometime on December 2009 when I quit making the digits predictions.

        I just took a look at a few of those predictions and while in general they are more or less O.K. they are far from being very good nor perfect, but in the long run of those very many predictions were more than one month worth and 1 to 2  times a day.

        The way in which I made those predicitons is of course not the only possible way.

        This was the very first one of those very many predictions:


        The next post was one of the last predicitons of that particular series and was a very bad prediction, but in between the first aand the last there were some more or less O.K. digits predictions.


        With the help of somebody who knows Math and who can make good software, maybe I could do better, but no I am tired of trying to work with people, if I can't do something alone then I won't do it.


        Good Luck!

        If the drawings are fair and honest, what is most likely to happen, that is what should most often happen, chance (random) should follow that.

        It might be easier and more accurate to predict what won't happen that what will happen.

        A dollar is made out of 100 cents and each of those cents counts, when you take pennies away, in the end there will be fewer pennies (numbers or patterns to play), that is prediction by reduction.

        If you have 10 and take 1 away you have 9/10 chances of being right, but if you take 9 away you have 1/10 chance of being right.

        Prediction might be safer if you take away 5 out of 10 with several filters than with only 1 filter.

        But failures compound, the more filtration done, the more chance of filters failures.

        What the past draws show, that is what it is, you see how chance (random) works by how it works on the past draws, the past draws don't lie, if the game is fair and honest, that is a big IF.

        Even if you try to do statistically right predictions, it is still a game of chance.

        Tracking digits-numbers and their patterns migth be the best way of making predictions.

        Not all the things that should most likely happen next, might happen next, maybe only some of them.