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Posted: February 10, 2015, 1:36 pm - IP Logged

Does anybody in the Lottery Post play the Texas All or Nothing?

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    My Best so Far is 1/12 & 11/12! Playing 4 Times a Day 6 Days a Week!

    Hope to get that 12/12 $250,000.00 this Year!

    Texamos

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      Posted: February 10, 2015, 4:56 pm - IP Logged

      Hi,

          How many sets do you play each time?.

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        Posted: February 10, 2015, 4:57 pm - IP Logged

        Hi,

            How many sets do you play each time?.

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          Posted: February 10, 2015, 5:30 pm - IP Logged

          Hay!

          Sometimes I play One Set for Two Draws!

          Sometimes I wheel 16 Numbers! 8 Low & 8 High in 4 Lines!

          Sometimes I play  1 Set for 4 Draws! Its a Job going to buy Them 4 Times a Day!

          Texamos

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            Posted: February 11, 2015, 12:01 am - IP Logged

            Texamos with those photoshop skills and advertising talent you should start selling on a local TV station. It would be a sure thing.  Now only if you had a product in mind to sell we'd be on to something :)

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              Texamos with those photoshop skills and advertising talent you should start selling on a local TV station. It would be a sure thing.  Now only if you had a product in mind to sell we'd be on to something :)

              Start your own thread.

              Every thread that mentions GH's programs you want to post negative comments.

              Why don't you start your own thread and tell me what works for you?  If nothing works for you or you don't have anything of value to add why don't you just stay off of Lotterypost forever.  Really!!

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                Posted: February 11, 2015, 6:53 am - IP Logged

                Does anybody in the Lottery Post play the Texas All or Nothing?

                Texamos

                Played it a few times(maybe 10)..no significant wins....moving on to TX Lotto, had better luck

                Stay Positive, Believe and good things will come your way

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                  Posted: February 11, 2015, 7:58 am - IP Logged

                  Thanks yupyup! Tell me on How I can sell Free Info & Tips!

                  Thats why I am here! Looking for Info & Tips!

                  Use All Info & Tips to Win that PowerBall Jackpot $480 Million!

                  Texamos

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                    Posted: February 11, 2015, 8:35 am - IP Logged

                    Does anybody in the Lottery Post play the Texas All or Nothing?

                    Texamos

                    I played it pretty hard last year and a little this year. I got tired of $2 a tic.

                    Having said that, I won more on it than any other game.

                    CAN'T WIN IF YOU'RE NOT IN

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                      Posted: February 11, 2015, 9:11 pm - IP Logged

                      I used to feed an AON thread. I made the mistake to do too much on the spreadsheet instead of loading it into printing code. Once in a while you get not loading values. Also the input became more difficult. Finally it is too much work for a game that is not local. I later made a tab in my java program for TAON, I rarely use it, just like my pick 3 codes.

                      I found the option that other people could feed a database, some even want to do it with great pleasure. I stopped updating, as I can't do it all. A result of this is an online output:

                      DATED.N1N2N3N4N5N6Score
                      2015-02-1141721263238446
                      2015-01-1141721323638445
                      2015-02-044115323844453

                      That would be an idea for AON. I only wonder how I get all this paid.

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                        Posted: February 12, 2015, 1:07 pm - IP Logged

                        Hello,

                         

                        I play in another state. I'm actually wondering if any of you would risk $1000 into one draw game. I have played before and won at the most $50 after spending about $20 or maybe less. It's been a while. Someone just won the jackpot recently. There hasn't been a jackpot winner since last summer or early fall before this one. What I would like to achieve is to get a jackpot hit but if the odds are still too great that I won't, I'd settle for knowing I have at least 2 or 3 $500 winners and maybe 20 or 30 $100. I'd like to see my $1000 turn into maybe $2500 after all the tickets have been tallied as winners if I can't hit the jackpot.

                         

                        I know this is a huge risk but it's one I am willingly to take without feeling a big sting. The general rule is, bet what you won't miss. I can't say I won't but I'm not betting rent or bill money.

                         

                        Advice? Should I start with a lower amount like $300? Or take the chance with a grand?

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                          Posted: February 12, 2015, 1:54 pm - IP Logged

                          Hello,

                           

                          I play in another state. I'm actually wondering if any of you would risk $1000 into one draw game. I have played before and won at the most $50 after spending about $20 or maybe less. It's been a while. Someone just won the jackpot recently. There hasn't been a jackpot winner since last summer or early fall before this one. What I would like to achieve is to get a jackpot hit but if the odds are still too great that I won't, I'd settle for knowing I have at least 2 or 3 $500 winners and maybe 20 or 30 $100. I'd like to see my $1000 turn into maybe $2500 after all the tickets have been tallied as winners if I can't hit the jackpot.

                           

                          I know this is a huge risk but it's one I am willingly to take without feeling a big sting. The general rule is, bet what you won't miss. I can't say I won't but I'm not betting rent or bill money.

                           

                          Advice? Should I start with a lower amount like $300? Or take the chance with a grand?

                          I would never drop that kind of change on a game like that, but what I do occasionally is play $10 on the same numbers. I won $250 last summer ($50 x 5 plays). If you hit the jackpot it's worth $1,250,000. One way of looking at it is here in Texas that's the best odds to hit over a million dollars of any of the games except when 2 Step rolls up there, which isn't too often, and is parimutuel. AoN isn't parimutuel unless there are more than 20 jackpot winners, which I doubt there ever will be. The bad news is you're dropping $10 which ain't cheap.

                          CAN'T WIN IF YOU'RE NOT IN

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                            Posted: February 12, 2015, 2:21 pm - IP Logged

                            I would never drop that kind of change on a game like that, but what I do occasionally is play $10 on the same numbers. I won $250 last summer ($50 x 5 plays). If you hit the jackpot it's worth $1,250,000. One way of looking at it is here in Texas that's the best odds to hit over a million dollars of any of the games except when 2 Step rolls up there, which isn't too often, and is parimutuel. AoN isn't parimutuel unless there are more than 20 jackpot winners, which I doubt there ever will be. The bad news is you're dropping $10 which ain't cheap.

                            So, you would drop that cash on a Mega or Powerball game? Scratchers are too unpredicatable. But at least draw games seem to be a better chance at hitting a huge winner. I may have to spread it out if that is what you would suggest. I just want to make it worth while.

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                              Posted: February 12, 2015, 3:49 pm - IP Logged

                              So, you would drop that cash on a Mega or Powerball game? Scratchers are too unpredicatable. But at least draw games seem to be a better chance at hitting a huge winner. I may have to spread it out if that is what you would suggest. I just want to make it worth while.

                              I drop $5 or $10 once in a while on MM or Texas Lotto, and even AoN. Usually I just play one line on each game. Depends on how I feel about how much I what to spend.

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