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Are purchased systems as valuable as a plastic quarter?

Topic closed. 16 replies. Last post 12 months ago by lakerben.

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If you bought a system, did the hype pay off?

Better than Hype [ 2 ]  [10.00%]
Hype is as Hype does [ 1 ]  [5.00%]
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RL-RANDOMLOGIC's avatar - usafce

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Posted: December 7, 2015, 11:54 am - IP Logged

No lottery software, system etc.. will ever predict the lottery numbers so in that regard they all are worthless.

However most do offer quick access to stats, odds etc.. which can be of some value.  Most offer some sort of

wheeling option or number generator and methods to filter.  Are they worth paying for, It's up to the customer

to decide.   We live in the information age and information has value.   I have never purchased a lotto software

as I can build my own and add remove stuff as I see fit.  GH has sold a ton of stuff and if a ton of people are all

playing tons of numbers then I would expect pounds of wins.   The bottom line is that, it's the player who makes

the right or wrong choices but often contribute their wins or looses to the system. 

RL

Working on my Ph.D.  "University of hard Knocks"

I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider

they are not.  Many great discoveries come while searching for something else

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    lakerben's avatar - spherewall
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    Posted: December 8, 2015, 11:37 pm - IP Logged

    No lottery software, system etc.. will ever predict the lottery numbers so in that regard they all are worthless.

    However most do offer quick access to stats, odds etc.. which can be of some value.  Most offer some sort of

    wheeling option or number generator and methods to filter.  Are they worth paying for, It's up to the customer

    to decide.   We live in the information age and information has value.   I have never purchased a lotto software

    as I can build my own and add remove stuff as I see fit.  GH has sold a ton of stuff and if a ton of people are all

    playing tons of numbers then I would expect pounds of wins.   The bottom line is that, it's the player who makes

    the right or wrong choices but often contribute their wins or looses to the system. 

    RL

    I agree.

    Years ago when I lived in Texas there was a story about a farmer who put all the Texas lotto numbers on a sheet of paper .  High Tech.  He then proceeded to put the paper in a chicken coop.  The chickens pecked many holes in the paper which he selected a few where the adjacent numbers were.  The story went in to say he won over $30 million with this method.

     

    Drum

    How about them cowboys!

     

     

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