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Posted: April 24, 2015, 1:52 pm - IP Logged

i see players pick all states when posting. Where are they playing the lottery at to play in all states?

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    Posted: April 24, 2015, 9:45 pm - IP Logged

    i see players pick all states when posting. Where are they playing the lottery at to play in all states?

    They are most likely not "playing" all states, just predicting.

    "You can observe a lot just by watching." Yogi Berra, Hall of Fame baseball player.

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      Posted: April 26, 2015, 9:16 am - IP Logged

      i see players pick all states when posting. Where are they playing the lottery at to play in all states?

      Are you talking about the ones that brag they just got paid a certain amount of money,  the ones that show no proof of their wins?  If you are,  don't say anything to them, just ignore them,  they also seem to have special pull around here on LP.

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        Posted: May 18, 2015, 9:14 am - IP Logged

        i see players pick all states when posting. Where are they playing the lottery at to play in all states?

        Those player are predicting over 2000 combinations a day, do you really think they're actually playing all those combination somewhere?  They are just seeing what would happen if they had unlimited funds and time to play the lotteries.

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          Posted: May 18, 2015, 9:49 am - IP Logged

          Those player are predicting over 2000 combinations a day, do you really think they're actually playing all those combination somewhere?  They are just seeing what would happen if they had unlimited funds and time to play the lotteries.

          I didn't like predicting MM & PB and many jackpot games when I was posting predictions for fear that I would hit there and not in real play. I saw a few predictors hitting big on the game All or Nothing. Bragging rights while having empty pockets is not my thing

          That money's gone fo ever

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            Posted: May 18, 2015, 10:15 pm - IP Logged

            I didn't like predicting MM & PB and many jackpot games when I was posting predictions for fear that I would hit there and not in real play. I saw a few predictors hitting big on the game All or Nothing. Bragging rights while having empty pockets is not my thing

            When I predict All or Nothing it only for bragging rights.  I like to keep my prediction stats among the top 10 and All or Nothing is the only game that has a 1:4.5 overall odds of a hit.  Why those predictions make my stats look better actually playing that game isn't any more profitable than playing other lottery games.

            Truth is most members don't predict for MM and PB for fun and bragging rights because they would feel stupid if their predictions won and someone else played them and they didn't.  While I don't play my predictions for other states I do play the ones in my state which includes MM and PB.  When ever my predictions came within one number of hitting the local jackpots, I actually played to combinations and collected a prize.

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              Posted: May 19, 2015, 1:48 pm - IP Logged

              When I predict All or Nothing it only for bragging rights.  I like to keep my prediction stats among the top 10 and All or Nothing is the only game that has a 1:4.5 overall odds of a hit.  Why those predictions make my stats look better actually playing that game isn't any more profitable than playing other lottery games.

              Truth is most members don't predict for MM and PB for fun and bragging rights because they would feel stupid if their predictions won and someone else played them and they didn't.  While I don't play my predictions for other states I do play the ones in my state which includes MM and PB.  When ever my predictions came within one number of hitting the local jackpots, I actually played to combinations and collected a prize.

              While that 1:4.5 is the best overall odds, 77.78% of all the tickets win nothing and 90% of winning tickets are a wash. The probabilities purchasing $18 worth of $2 tickets is a $14 loss. I don't do it for bragging rights because I'm pretty good at predicting All or Nothing, but I believe I could do much better if I could predict 924 combinations for each drawing. Use all 24 numbers and create 12 pairs.

              IMO, I'd rather read about somebody actually predicting winnings regardless if they played or not than the ad-nauseum threads about spending imaginary winnings. Somebody could actually play the predictions and have real winnings.

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                Posted: May 19, 2015, 10:05 pm - IP Logged

                While that 1:4.5 is the best overall odds, 77.78% of all the tickets win nothing and 90% of winning tickets are a wash. The probabilities purchasing $18 worth of $2 tickets is a $14 loss. I don't do it for bragging rights because I'm pretty good at predicting All or Nothing, but I believe I could do much better if I could predict 924 combinations for each drawing. Use all 24 numbers and create 12 pairs.

                IMO, I'd rather read about somebody actually predicting winnings regardless if they played or not than the ad-nauseum threads about spending imaginary winnings. Somebody could actually play the predictions and have real winnings.

                The closest I've ever gotten to a successful lottery strategy is playing all 15 mega balls but I would like seeing you post your 924 combinations for AorN one day.  I like studying other players playing/predicting strategies.  I thought I had once when I matched 5of6 in Ohio's Classic Lotto but since decided I just got lucky.

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                  The closest I've ever gotten to a successful lottery strategy is playing all 15 mega balls but I would like seeing you post your 924 combinations for AorN one day.  I like studying other players playing/predicting strategies.  I thought I had once when I matched 5of6 in Ohio's Classic Lotto but since decided I just got lucky.

                  Use a 6 if 6 of 12 full wheel after pairing the 24 numbers. Because of the "nothing" payoff, there are two equal paying groups of 462 combos. For every 8 number match, there is a 4 number match, a 9 for every 3, 10 for every 2, 11 for every 1, and a 12 for every 0. Last year my hit ratio fell because I tried placing the numbers into groups of 3, but it created 70 combos and I could only play 50. Currently I'm wheeling six 4 numbers groups with 20 combos and added another 20 number wheel.

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                    Posted: May 21, 2015, 10:25 am - IP Logged

                    Use a 6 if 6 of 12 full wheel after pairing the 24 numbers. Because of the "nothing" payoff, there are two equal paying groups of 462 combos. For every 8 number match, there is a 4 number match, a 9 for every 3, 10 for every 2, 11 for every 1, and a 12 for every 0. Last year my hit ratio fell because I tried placing the numbers into groups of 3, but it created 70 combos and I could only play 50. Currently I'm wheeling six 4 numbers groups with 20 combos and added another 20 number wheel.

                    I haven't given much thought to how I pick the numbers I post for AorN, right now I just used the LP random generator when ever I want 10 lines to post.  Last month I would have made a profit had I actually played those lines.  I've only played Texas for two days this month and already my 30 day average has improved.  I plan to play both Texas and Georgia for the next five days and that should put me in a nice position for the next 30 days.

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                      I haven't given much thought to how I pick the numbers I post for AorN, right now I just used the LP random generator when ever I want 10 lines to post.  Last month I would have made a profit had I actually played those lines.  I've only played Texas for two days this month and already my 30 day average has improved.  I plan to play both Texas and Georgia for the next five days and that should put me in a nice position for the next 30 days.

                      You don't have to pick when using all 24 numbers, just place each number into a group. Four six number groups gives 6 combos, but if each group matches 3 numbers or one group matches 4 with two 3s and one with 2, can't even break even. That's why I went to six four number groups with 20 combos.

                      Predicting All or Nothing probably is just for bragging rights because it costs to much to get any real chance of even showing a small profit.

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                          You don't have to pick when using all 24 numbers, just place each number into a group. Four six number groups gives 6 combos, but if each group matches 3 numbers or one group matches 4 with two 3s and one with 2, can't even break even. That's why I went to six four number groups with 20 combos.

                          Predicting All or Nothing probably is just for bragging rights because it costs to much to get any real chance of even showing a small profit.

                          Have you considered coming up with a 12 digit lottery program?  That way you could use some of the features you have in 5 and 6 digits lotteries programs.  I suspect as these 5 and 6 digit lotteries are won more often rather than expand the matrix with more numbers the number  digits will be expanded in future games.  You could be getting ahead of the curve.  Ohio tried a hundred numbers in a six digit game Lot'O Play and players just weren't interested.

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                            Have you considered coming up with a 12 digit lottery program?  That way you could use some of the features you have in 5 and 6 digits lotteries programs.  I suspect as these 5 and 6 digit lotteries are won more often rather than expand the matrix with more numbers the number  digits will be expanded in future games.  You could be getting ahead of the curve.  Ohio tried a hundred numbers in a six digit game Lot'O Play and players just weren't interested.

                            Percentage wise, placing all 24 numbers into pairs has the same chance as picking the same number lines by using an RNG. IMO, there is no difference between using an RNG to create the 12 pairs and using a 12 digit program. The odds of the pairs being drawn is the same as just one of numbers in the pair of being drawn.

                            Any pick-4 wheel can be used with 8 groups of 3 numbers and any pick-3 wheel with 6 groups of4 numbers.

                            Wasn't Lot' O Play a combination of QPs and self pick?

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                              Percentage wise, placing all 24 numbers into pairs has the same chance as picking the same number lines by using an RNG. IMO, there is no difference between using an RNG to create the 12 pairs and using a 12 digit program. The odds of the pairs being drawn is the same as just one of numbers in the pair of being drawn.

                              Any pick-4 wheel can be used with 8 groups of 3 numbers and any pick-3 wheel with 6 groups of4 numbers.

                              Wasn't Lot' O Play a combination of QPs and self pick?

                              Yes Lot'O Play had the options QP or Self Picks and a $2 cost per line.  I only played it once at the end since they paid out all the accumulated funds to the winners of smaller prizes when there wasn't a jackpot winner.  I did pretty good with the payouts being increased 4-5 times their regular size as I remember.

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