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Posted: September 29, 2015, 8:41 pm - IP Logged

Interesting pampas sounds like pumpi lol i have no clue , do the colors  help you  win ? you  need to elaborate more ..

I live close to Pampa, Texas which was named after the Pampas region in Argentina. The first Spanish explorers here were reminded of it because of the wide open plains covered in lush plants which reminded them of the Pampas grass.   At that time, the area was populated by a native tribe of pygmy Indians who, while very short, were excellent physical specimens and could jump to astounding heights...a trait they had developed over centuries of hunting in the tall grass which was taller than they were.   The Spanish called them the "Hellarwe" tribe because they observed the natives hunting in the towering vegetation and every now and then leaping up and yelling to each other "Where the hell are we?"

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    That was my point, every thing he says might be true but can it be applied in a quest to win a lottery?

    I'm not the person to answer that. I use the idea, unknowingly as many people do, to break any matrix into subsets.

    IMO, he does prove it is a viable means and provides at least a basis upon which to build a more detailed system. It's theory. And as such, he's not dealing with 1,2,3s but with A,B,Cs.

    He makes no mention of any bets being placed or money won. Nor does he mention any minimum bet to be placed.

    The improvement in odds comes from betting on templates that occur more frequently than the ones that show less in the matrix (or in the draws).

    When you're dealing with games of chance which contain millions of individual sets, and you're looking at less than 1% of all the data you're jumping the gun to ask, "Does it work?"

    At 104 drawings per year plus 500 pretests, we get 624 pieces of data, 6240 per decade, 62400 per century and 624,000 per millenium.

    Check this post Oct 1, 6015 for more details.

    My greatest accomplishment is teaching cats about Vienna Sausage. When I need a friend, all I need do is walk outside, pop open a can, and every little critter in the neighborhood drops by to say "Hi!"

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      Posted: September 30, 2015, 5:33 am - IP Logged

      There is probably something in what he says but ask yourself, "how many lottery jackpots has he won?".

      I agree, RJ.  I think these theorists should begin by stating how many jackpots they themselves have won using their theory.

      Good luck to us all.

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        I'm not the person to answer that. I use the idea, unknowingly as many people do, to break any matrix into subsets.

        IMO, he does prove it is a viable means and provides at least a basis upon which to build a more detailed system. It's theory. And as such, he's not dealing with 1,2,3s but with A,B,Cs.

        He makes no mention of any bets being placed or money won. Nor does he mention any minimum bet to be placed.

        The improvement in odds comes from betting on templates that occur more frequently than the ones that show less in the matrix (or in the draws).

        When you're dealing with games of chance which contain millions of individual sets, and you're looking at less than 1% of all the data you're jumping the gun to ask, "Does it work?"

        At 104 drawings per year plus 500 pretests, we get 624 pieces of data, 6240 per decade, 62400 per century and 624,000 per millenium.

        Check this post Oct 1, 6015 for more details.

        I am going to miss the post by a couple of years!!

          garyo1954's avatar - garyo
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          Posted: September 30, 2015, 11:57 am - IP Logged

          I agree, RJ.  I think these theorists should begin by stating how many jackpots they themselves have won using their theory.

          Good luck to us all.

          I'm all for listening to people who have done a certain thing.

          While I was in the hospital it was decided I needed a catheter inserted in my bladder to allow it to drain. For those unfamiliar, what this means is they are going to shove a 3/16" vinyl tube in your urethra all the way to the bladder. And you are going to be awake while they do it.

          The nurse come in, opens the kit and begins READING the directions. I'm concerned. When she calls another nurse and says, "It says here....." I said, "Can you give me a moment?"

          Then I told the nurse in charge to give me someone who had done this before. The new nurse comes in says, "We're going to apply numbing cream. Then use some lubricant and finally insert this tube. I can give you a sleeping pill and do while you're out."

          I asked, "How many times have you done this before?"

          She said, "Oh, about a million."

          I took the sleeping pill.

          Unfortunately, it doesn't always work out that way.

          Had NASA asked Neil Armstrong how many moons had he walked on before he walked on the moon, the answer would be none.

          How many computers had Bill Gates built before he built his first? None.

          How many cars had Henry Ford driven before he built one? Or planes had the Wright brothers flown? None.

          You think Albert Einstein had any prior experience building atomic bombs?

          What it comes down to is: Do you expect everyone, friends/family, to prove everything they say to your satisfaction? And what proof do they owe?

           

          BOB, subscribe to this thread and Todd will send you an email to remind you when the 6015 update is ready!

          My greatest accomplishment is teaching cats about Vienna Sausage. When I need a friend, all I need do is walk outside, pop open a can, and every little critter in the neighborhood drops by to say "Hi!"

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            Posted: September 30, 2015, 2:18 pm - IP Logged

            I'm all for listening to people who have done a certain thing.

            While I was in the hospital it was decided I needed a catheter inserted in my bladder to allow it to drain. For those unfamiliar, what this means is they are going to shove a 3/16" vinyl tube in your urethra all the way to the bladder. And you are going to be awake while they do it.

            The nurse come in, opens the kit and begins READING the directions. I'm concerned. When she calls another nurse and says, "It says here....." I said, "Can you give me a moment?"

            Then I told the nurse in charge to give me someone who had done this before. The new nurse comes in says, "We're going to apply numbing cream. Then use some lubricant and finally insert this tube. I can give you a sleeping pill and do while you're out."

            I asked, "How many times have you done this before?"

            She said, "Oh, about a million."

            I took the sleeping pill.

            Unfortunately, it doesn't always work out that way.

            Had NASA asked Neil Armstrong how many moons had he walked on before he walked on the moon, the answer would be none.

            How many computers had Bill Gates built before he built his first? None.

            How many cars had Henry Ford driven before he built one? Or planes had the Wright brothers flown? None.

            You think Albert Einstein had any prior experience building atomic bombs?

            What it comes down to is: Do you expect everyone, friends/family, to prove everything they say to your satisfaction? And what proof do they owe?

             

            BOB, subscribe to this thread and Todd will send you an email to remind you when the 6015 update is ready!

            I agree, but PAMPAS was asking "Is this a good method?" as if he was trying to duplicate something that has already been accomplished by someone using that method.

            All those folks were the pioneers in their fields so there weren't anyone to ask "Is this a good method?".  If someone else had a good method, it's likely they would had accomplished it already.

             * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
               
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              Posted: September 30, 2015, 4:42 pm - IP Logged

              I think that some people here are arrogant acting like Mr. Know All , but if someone ask something is to learn

              and get better every day , because the more you practise the better your game will be.

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                Posted: September 30, 2015, 7:38 pm - IP Logged

                Does anybody know the Loto Rainbow method from the Brazilian mathematician Renato Gianella

                which consists in using colours and patterns for different lottery games around the world ?

                I developed an Alpha-Numeric workout for Texas Cash 5 more than 15 years ago.
                I didn't have a computer, so, all the work, as it is today, was done by hand.
                I never won a jackpot but I did cash in several 4/5 tickets and many smaller wins.
                But, I lost more than I won.
                I later abandoned the work when I realized that I wasn't smart enough to find the 'triggers' that would tell me what
                was going to happen next.
                Mr. Gianella would have us believe that the 'triggers' can be identified by comparing current results with 'expected behaviors.'
                Seems to me that anyone who can come up with the 'expected behaviors' and know in advance what is most likely going to happen next
                ought to be a multi-millionaire. 
                The color-coded templates, etc, are no different than the many filter and statistical tables that can be found here at LP.
                He just uses different terminology to identify stuff that folks have been using without a whole lot of success for more than 20 years.
                I've moved on.
                Substitution Works!!

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                  Okay, I quit this thread.

                  Don't know what you guys are reading but I haven't seen seen it.

                  My greatest accomplishment is teaching cats about Vienna Sausage. When I need a friend, all I need do is walk outside, pop open a can, and every little critter in the neighborhood drops by to say "Hi!"

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                    Posted: October 2, 2015, 1:15 pm - IP Logged

                    I agree with. G   I color code a lot. The brain functions quicker using colors and without having to think that hard.  Example:  stoplight. What's easier the words Stop-Slow down or Yeild-Go.  Or red-yellow-green.  The sec you see one of those colors your brain processes it very quickly. 

                     

                    Ive not tried the rainbow theory nor will I   He has never won any prizes to talk about so ,..,,

                    Stay In The Vortex, you'll be happy you did ..... Random? Seriously? You want me to believe that?

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                      Posted: October 3, 2015, 8:16 am - IP Logged

                      Is another way of playing , another tool , and at least I think that we should try it

                      because there´s nothing left to lose.

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                        Posted: October 10, 2015, 12:01 pm - IP Logged

                        There is probably something in what he says but ask yourself, "how many lottery jackpots has he won?".

                        ROFL

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                          Posted: October 10, 2015, 1:31 pm - IP Logged

                          People who get upset at the idea that THEIR system isn't working need to seek gamblers anonymous pronto!  There is no system.  Numbers are REPORTED in numerical order for convenience and readability sake.  There is no such thing as numerical order in random numbers.

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                            People who get upset at the idea that THEIR system isn't working need to seek gamblers anonymous pronto!  There is no system.  Numbers are REPORTED in numerical order for convenience and readability sake.  There is no such thing as numerical order in random numbers.

                            People who has a system know if it works by its results, they don't need to seek out gambler anonymous unless they have a gambling problem. 

                            Buying lottery tickets using a terminal RNG or a system to pick them doesn't mean you have a gambling problem. 

                            Most system players spend more time trying to figure out how to get their system to pick winners than they do buying lottery tickets.

                             * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                               
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                              Posted: October 10, 2015, 11:34 pm - IP Logged

                              Does anybody know the Loto Rainbow method from the Brazilian mathematician Renato Gianella

                              which consists in using colours and patterns for different lottery games around the world ?

                              No sir,  I can't accept that or any method, just as
                              I can't accept any method on the craps table.
                              There is just no way.

                              And to make it worse, they make sure they change
                              the odds each time a monster lotto prize is won.
                              (where they changed the play slips on us again)

                              That way they can also 'throw' the players that
                              consistently play the same numbers.