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Mathematics and the Lottery

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90% of lottery players that win $10 or less don't take there winnings, but spend it on lottery again

Yes [ 16 ]  [94.12%]
No [ 1 ]  [5.88%]
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Posted: July 4, 2014, 12:38 am - IP Logged

What do you think?

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    Posted: July 7, 2014, 5:04 pm - IP Logged

    Sometimes yes, and sometimes no.

    http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/233413    Sun Smiley Popular numbers

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      Blundering Time Traveler

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      Posted: July 18, 2014, 11:12 am - IP Logged

      What do you think?

      Hello House Edge,

      If you want more people to participate in this poll and encourage a wider discussion, you may want to ask Todd to help move your thread to the Lottery Discussion forum.

      May your numbers be true this day,

      Kola

      "In the Beginning was the Point".  According to Lottery Lore, these are the only words written in the long-lost ancient Pick 3 Codex - The Scroll of Harmony. Those who came later, The Lottery LoreKeepers, intuited the rest of the riddle as they charted the Point's evolution through TIME by connecting periods that expose relationships to accurately predict the next draw(7th): "The Point(1st draw) was born, began to grow and in its bold adolescence became the line(2nd draw), knew young adulthood in the triangle(3rd draw), stable maturity by the square(4th draw), older age as the pentagon(5th draw), and eventually embraced death(completion) in the hexagon(6th draw). Here lies the CIrcle(Pi) of a lottery draw's life and it is Immutable, for as the Point seeds, flowers and fruits, it is changed but essentially unchanged, as it forever rises in ReBirth(7th draw)"