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Would you stop playing the lottery if you were restricted to Quick Picks?

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Would you stop playing the lottery if you were restricted to Quick Picks?

Yes [ 37 ]  [47.44%]
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Posted: July 29, 2015, 9:05 pm - IP Logged

Oh-ah, we're running a little exspiriment behind the scenes here folkies.

Cool

The poll is dead even. What experiment was that and what's the conclusion now that comments are not trickling in no more?

That money's gone fo ever

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    Posted: July 30, 2015, 8:43 am - IP Logged

    The poll is dead even. What experiment was that and what's the conclusion now that comments are not trickling in no more?

    We'll reveal it likely this friday night or saturday.

    Just another horse race like this one.

    We have just one more draw in the Mega Millions this friday.

    We will be heading to the Boston area next week, so have to get this done by this weekend.

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      We'll reveal it likely this friday night or saturday.

      Just another horse race like this one.

      We have just one more draw in the Mega Millions this friday.

      We will be heading to the Boston area next week, so have to get this done by this weekend.

      OK, here's the little experience we are running on the Mega Millions.

      But, before we get started.

      Use this information in relation to your own experience playing Quick Picks and Self Picks.

      This may or may not validate your own suspicions about the two playing strategies.

      Just be aware of the A$$ Clowns of Confusion.

      You'll know 'em, when you read 'em.

      We ran a sample of 3 Quick Picks and 3 Self Picks for the past few weeks.

      The Quick Picks are obvious, but our Self Picks are based on the other topics we posted in the Mathematics forum:

      Power Mega Balls with Three Sum Math and How to simulate a distribution and use the lottery's own randomness against itself.

      Our Self Picks are derived from the three functions and shown in our table, in this order below:

      =DisimulateNexus(Numbers, Distribution, N1, N2)
      =Disimulate(Numbers, Distribution)
      =CombNexus(N, R, C, Z1, Z2)

      We just used a very simple method to get a sample for our Self Picks.

      Nothing to involved; just get some samples using the functions to play side-by-side with some Quick Picks for the same draw.

      The table below shows the dates, played numbers and winning numbers.

      Notice the matching winning numbers and we weren't even using the functions to their full potential.

      We love this Quick Pick P5 part in the last line here: 68 69 71 72 75.

      Its symmetrical counterpart is 01 04 05 07 08.

      You can verify the games played by clicking on the image below to bring up a full image of our scanned tickets.

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      Any gain or loss is your responsibility.
      Use at your own risk.

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      Knowledge is Beyond Belief
      Wisdom is Not Censored
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        Posted: August 1, 2015, 5:23 pm - IP Logged

         Interesting  JADELottery.

        People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it- George Bernard Shaw.

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          Posted: August 1, 2015, 7:16 pm - IP Logged

           Interesting  JADELottery.

          Yes, Interesting.

          Kinna Kink a Linky as well Quick Picks can't match the power of Self Picks

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            Posted: August 1, 2015, 7:31 pm - IP Logged

            Regardless of the method of number selection whenever the six numbers played match the six numbers drawn it is nothing other than blind luck.

            Lep Lep Lep

            Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.

            Lep

            There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.

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              Posted: August 1, 2015, 7:53 pm - IP Logged

              But, what to do with the losers.

              Hmmm, we know.

              The Anti-Quick Pick System

               

              HUH.?! and an approgram to boot.

              http://www.jadexcode.com/files/programs/ProjectQuickPick.exe

              http://www.jadexcode.com/files/programs/ProjectQuickPick.zip

              ftp://www.jadexcode.com/applications/ProjectQuickPick.exe

              ftp://www.jadexcode.com/applications/ProjectQuickPick.zip

               

              In this example, we entered the last 3 P5 part of the Quick Picks for 2015-07-31.

              The Base Set Numbers can be changed to accommodate any set of numbers and can be entered in the Base Set Numbers.

              The Base Set Numbers are the ones you'd like to play from your workout.

              The working theory here is, the Quick Picks are picking the losers for us.

              Just eliminate those from your workout.

              It's The Quick Pick Filter..!!

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              Any gain or loss is your responsibility.
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              Knowledge is Beyond Belief
              Wisdom is Not Censored
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                Posted: August 2, 2015, 11:31 am - IP Logged

                But, what to do with the losers.

                Hmmm, we know.

                The Anti-Quick Pick System

                 

                HUH.?! and an approgram to boot.

                http://www.jadexcode.com/files/programs/ProjectQuickPick.exe

                http://www.jadexcode.com/files/programs/ProjectQuickPick.zip

                ftp://www.jadexcode.com/applications/ProjectQuickPick.exe

                ftp://www.jadexcode.com/applications/ProjectQuickPick.zip

                 

                In this example, we entered the last 3 P5 part of the Quick Picks for 2015-07-31.

                The Base Set Numbers can be changed to accommodate any set of numbers and can be entered in the Base Set Numbers.

                The Base Set Numbers are the ones you'd like to play from your workout.

                The working theory here is, the Quick Picks are picking the losers for us.

                Just eliminate those from your workout.

                It's The Quick Pick Filter..!!

                I often play both ways. From my experience, the few times I have hit is usually when I play my own numbers.  Like the time I got 3+1 in MM, those were my numbers. I  don't have a system to rely on. I usually play numbers that appeal to me at the time I'm buying the ticket. I've tried studying the past drawn numbers to predict what might be drawn to no success.

                I like the look of that program. I hope I can download it and try it out. Thanks

                That money's gone fo ever

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                  Posted: August 2, 2015, 10:27 pm - IP Logged

                  We got another set of MM 3QP and 3SP for this tuesday in Minnesota.

                  The rest will have to be played out Boston way next two weeks.

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                  Any gain or loss is your responsibility.
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                    Posted: August 12, 2015, 7:55 pm - IP Logged

                    OK, here's the little experience we are running on the Mega Millions.

                    But, before we get started.

                    Use this information in relation to your own experience playing Quick Picks and Self Picks.

                    This may or may not validate your own suspicions about the two playing strategies.

                    Just be aware of the A$$ Clowns of Confusion.

                    You'll know 'em, when you read 'em.

                    We ran a sample of 3 Quick Picks and 3 Self Picks for the past few weeks.

                    The Quick Picks are obvious, but our Self Picks are based on the other topics we posted in the Mathematics forum:

                    Power Mega Balls with Three Sum Math and How to simulate a distribution and use the lottery's own randomness against itself.

                    Our Self Picks are derived from the three functions and shown in our table, in this order below:

                    =DisimulateNexus(Numbers, Distribution, N1, N2)
                    =Disimulate(Numbers, Distribution)
                    =CombNexus(N, R, C, Z1, Z2)

                    We just used a very simple method to get a sample for our Self Picks.

                    Nothing to involved; just get some samples using the functions to play side-by-side with some Quick Picks for the same draw.

                    The table below shows the dates, played numbers and winning numbers.

                    Notice the matching winning numbers and we weren't even using the functions to their full potential.

                    We love this Quick Pick P5 part in the last line here: 68 69 71 72 75.

                    Its symmetrical counterpart is 01 04 05 07 08.

                    You can verify the games played by clicking on the image below to bring up a full image of our scanned tickets.

                    Not much change in New York or Massachusetts.

                       

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                    Any gain or loss is your responsibility.
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                    Knowledge is Beyond Belief
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                      Posted: August 12, 2015, 8:07 pm - IP Logged

                      Regardless of the method of number selection whenever the six numbers played match the six numbers drawn it is nothing other than blind luck.

                      Lep Lep Lep

                      I skimmed through that old thread that Jade had linked to and saw this post by you:

                      Well I guess I'm a different breed of cat than a lot of people here then because looking at any lottery jackpot game as anything other than a $1 lark that might "run a toothpick into a lumber yard" is economic suicide.

                      Awesome. Hurray!

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                          I'm enjoying this project. Clearly the quick picks are losing the contest. How are the self picks arrived at?

                          That money's gone fo ever

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                            I'm enjoying this project. Clearly the quick picks are losing the contest. How are the self picks arrived at?

                            We posted that earlier.

                            https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/291687/4215089

                            ____________________________________________________________________________________________________

                            OK, here's the little experience we are running on the Mega Millions.

                            But, before we get started.

                            Use this information in relation to your own experience playing Quick Picks and Self Picks.

                            This may or may not validate your own suspicions about the two playing strategies.

                            Just be aware of the A$$ Clowns of Confusion.

                            You'll know 'em, when you read 'em.

                            We ran a sample of 3 Quick Picks and 3 Self Picks for the past few weeks.

                            The Quick Picks are obvious, but our Self Picks are based on the other topics we posted in the Mathematics forum:

                            Power Mega Balls with Three Sum Math and How to simulate a distribution and use the lottery's own randomness against itself.

                            Our Self Picks are derived from the three functions and shown in our table, in this order below:

                            =DisimulateNexus(Numbers, Distribution, N1, N2)
                            =Disimulate(Numbers, Distribution)
                            =CombNexus(N, R, C, Z1, Z2)

                            We just used a very simple method to get a sample for our Self Picks.

                            Nothing to involved; just get some samples using the functions to play side-by-side with some Quick Picks for the same draw.

                            ____________________________________________________________________________________________________

                            Presented 'AS IS' and for Entertainment Purposes Only.
                            Any gain or loss is your responsibility.
                            Use at your own risk.

                            Order is a Subset of Chaos
                            Knowledge is Beyond Belief
                            Wisdom is Not Censored
                            Douglas Paul Smallish
                            Jehocifer

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                              Posted: August 30, 2015, 1:16 pm - IP Logged

                              Going out South Dakota way tomorrow.

                              Have to pick up some Quack Packs there, too.

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                              Knowledge is Beyond Belief
                              Wisdom is Not Censored
                              Douglas Paul Smallish
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