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# Lottery Odds.

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Why do people worry about lottery odds?

If you do your "thing" right, you won't have to worry so much about lottery odds.

Past winning draws don't tell lies, what you see is what it is.

The lottery behaves as you see on the past draws, they guide you.

You might call it prediction, but what you do is just following "whatever", call it "random" if you want to, but it is not a good idea to call it "random", cause it might lead to your thinking that "things" are out of your control and you might not be able to win then.

I don't do this any more, but I will show and example of what I could do, but if you believe that you can't win, then probably you can't win, forget about odds, just learn from the past draws, the lottery teaches  you, not Math, but the past draws themselves, well take a look at this sample of what I could once do, before I quit doing such things:

Prediction:

Results:

By the way, the prediction WAS BEFORE THE DRAW, just a little before, but was before.

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Prediction:

Results:

Read my prediction post real good!

----------------

Prediction:

Read what I said on my post:

Results:

Failed, read my prediction post good.

----------------

Prediction:

Results:

By the way there never was a "Black Light" program, I was kidding.

-----------------------

Prediction:

Results:

Failed.

---------------

5 Predictions total, O.K. on 3 of them and Failed on 2 of them.

Even at my best on those days, I was no magician.

I did worry about odds and chances, but I didn't believe so much in them, I believed more on what I saw on the past draws, the problem is interpreting right what you see on the past draws as doing that is not so easy, most of the time I went by what I saw on the past draws and forgot about everything else, of course I saw everything as being "filters-patterns" and used what I called "the negative prediction technique" as I saw that being superior and easier to use than a "positive prediction technique", sorry, but I won't explain what I am talking about, even if I have put all of that behind me from long ago.

I once used another very good technique, but it was software based and it was nothing at all like my regular "negative prediction technique" and it was a "positive prediction technique", sorry, but I won't give any details about it, even if I also put that behind me very long ago.

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All that I can say, is try and try again and keep on trying and it is all on "the prediction logic", you need a good logical prediction logic and use the past draws as a guide as that is all that you have to go by with, I repeat "the past draws don't lie", develop a technique based on them, a "logical prediction technique"

Worry about odds, chance and random, yes, but not so much, worry more about interpreting what you see on the past draws right and about developing a GOOD logical prediction technique.

Well, I gave my 2 cents worth there.

Are you going to believe more on the Math lottery odds or on yourself?

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I thought that I had put this on my blog , Oh well!

I AM GONE, FOR A WHILE.

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Your strategy appears to dismiss the gravitational influence of the moon on the balls bouncing around in the air chambers at 10:59 p.m. Eastern Time on the draw dates over Tallahassee, Florida, and the green element.

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Your strategy appears to dismiss the gravitational influence of the moon on the balls bouncing around in the air chambers at 10:59 p.m. Eastern Time on the draw dates over Tallahassee, Florida, and the green element.

Si, si!

They also appear to dismiss, the influence of thousands of minds that want their own numbers to win, for something to exist (be) it first must exist in "The Mind"

And the nefarious influence of those who handle and or run the state lotteries and equipment.

And those people who look at them (lottery balls) and want to move them by telekinesis.

And the influence of those other dimensions that occupy the same space as this one, well, they don't really occupy the same space, they only appear to.

Just kidding, I felt like adding some more nonsense to what was said on the last post by gy65.

I don't mind too much, I remember pumpi76.

I AM GONE, FOR A WHILE.

South Carolina
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Why do people worry about lottery odds?

If you do your "thing" right, you won't have to worry so much about lottery odds.

Past winning draws don't tell lies, what you see is what it is.

The lottery behaves as you see on the past draws, they guide you.

You might call it prediction, but what you do is just following "whatever", call it "random" if you want to, but it is not a good idea to call it "random", cause it might lead to your thinking that "things" are out of your control and you might not be able to win then.

I don't do this any more, but I will show and example of what I could do, but if you believe that you can't win, then probably you can't win, forget about odds, just learn from the past draws, the lottery teaches  you, not Math, but the past draws themselves, well take a look at this sample of what I could once do, before I quit doing such things:

Prediction:

Results:

By the way, the prediction WAS BEFORE THE DRAW, just a little before, but was before.

------------------------

Prediction:

Results:

Read my prediction post real good!

----------------

Prediction:

Read what I said on my post:

Results:

Failed, read my prediction post good.

----------------

Prediction:

Results:

By the way there never was a "Black Light" program, I was kidding.

-----------------------

Prediction:

Results:

Failed.

---------------

5 Predictions total, O.K. on 3 of them and Failed on 2 of them.

Even at my best on those days, I was no magician.

I did worry about odds and chances, but I didn't believe so much in them, I believed more on what I saw on the past draws, the problem is interpreting right what you see on the past draws as doing that is not so easy, most of the time I went by what I saw on the past draws and forgot about everything else, of course I saw everything as being "filters-patterns" and used what I called "the negative prediction technique" as I saw that being superior and easier to use than a "positive prediction technique", sorry, but I won't explain what I am talking about, even if I have put all of that behind me from long ago.

I once used another very good technique, but it was software based and it was nothing at all like my regular "negative prediction technique" and it was a "positive prediction technique", sorry, but I won't give any details about it, even if I also put that behind me very long ago.

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All that I can say, is try and try again and keep on trying and it is all on "the prediction logic", you need a good logical prediction logic and use the past draws as a guide as that is all that you have to go by with, I repeat "the past draws don't lie", develop a technique based on them, a "logical prediction technique"

Worry about odds, chance and random, yes, but not so much, worry more about interpreting what you see on the past draws right and about developing a GOOD logical prediction technique.

Well, I gave my 2 cents worth there.

Are you going to believe more on the Math lottery odds or on yourself?

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I thought that I had put this on my blog , Oh well!

Your  reasoning makes perfect sense to me !!!

Economy class
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Odds, chances ... play?

Your odds are pretty simple for pick 3. 1000 combinations to win and the payout is 500 for straight. Playing 999/1000 combinations, you still can lose the bet.

Good luck!

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Why do people worry about lottery odds?

If you do your "thing" right, you won't have to worry so much about lottery odds.

Past winning draws don't tell lies, what you see is what it is.

The lottery behaves as you see on the past draws, they guide you.

You might call it prediction, but what you do is just following "whatever", call it "random" if you want to, but it is not a good idea to call it "random", cause it might lead to your thinking that "things" are out of your control and you might not be able to win then.

I don't do this any more, but I will show and example of what I could do, but if you believe that you can't win, then probably you can't win, forget about odds, just learn from the past draws, the lottery teaches  you, not Math, but the past draws themselves, well take a look at this sample of what I could once do, before I quit doing such things:

Prediction:

Results:

By the way, the prediction WAS BEFORE THE DRAW, just a little before, but was before.

------------------------

Prediction:

Results:

Read my prediction post real good!

----------------

Prediction:

Read what I said on my post:

Results:

Failed, read my prediction post good.

----------------

Prediction:

Results:

By the way there never was a "Black Light" program, I was kidding.

-----------------------

Prediction:

Results:

Failed.

---------------

5 Predictions total, O.K. on 3 of them and Failed on 2 of them.

Even at my best on those days, I was no magician.

I did worry about odds and chances, but I didn't believe so much in them, I believed more on what I saw on the past draws, the problem is interpreting right what you see on the past draws as doing that is not so easy, most of the time I went by what I saw on the past draws and forgot about everything else, of course I saw everything as being "filters-patterns" and used what I called "the negative prediction technique" as I saw that being superior and easier to use than a "positive prediction technique", sorry, but I won't explain what I am talking about, even if I have put all of that behind me from long ago.

I once used another very good technique, but it was software based and it was nothing at all like my regular "negative prediction technique" and it was a "positive prediction technique", sorry, but I won't give any details about it, even if I also put that behind me very long ago.

--

All that I can say, is try and try again and keep on trying and it is all on "the prediction logic", you need a good logical prediction logic and use the past draws as a guide as that is all that you have to go by with, I repeat "the past draws don't lie", develop a technique based on them, a "logical prediction technique"

Worry about odds, chance and random, yes, but not so much, worry more about interpreting what you see on the past draws right and about developing a GOOD logical prediction technique.

Well, I gave my 2 cents worth there.

Are you going to believe more on the Math lottery odds or on yourself?

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I thought that I had put this on my blog , Oh well!

"Past winning draws don't tell lies, what you see is what it is."

Assuming they are reported correctly, they are facts and not lies.  But they don't predict the future.

"The lottery behaves as you see on the past draws, they guide you."

Indeed they do, past draws are random and not predicted by further in the past drawings and so are future drawings random and unaffected by the past.

"You might call it prediction, but what you do is just following "whatever", call it "random" if you want to, but it is not a good idea to call it "random", cause it might lead to your thinking that "things" are out of your control and you might not be able to win then."

What you have control over is buying or not buying a ticket and selecting a number.  Everything else is in fact out of your control.  You cannot control the bouncing rubberized balls, even if you squint at your television and will certain ones to pop out.  Uri Geller really couldn't bend spoons with his mind and you can't control bouncing rubber balls with your mind.

Math is a science,  thinking you can move matter with your mind is junk science with all claimants 100% hucksters.

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Let me summarize how proving you are better than random chance does NOT work.  It does NOT work by posting dozens of numbers for a single pick.

It particularly doesn't work by giving multiple sets of numbers and saying you might use this one or that one and in fact many of those sets did not have a winner.

Measuring whether you are better than random chance requires:

1) A definite bet, here are the numbers, here is the wager

2) Over a number of draws such that your total number of wagers (tickets*draws) is 10x the odds of the bet you are placing

Anything else is like flipping a coin, calling heads and when it is heads announcing that you can tell the future.

Kentucky
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Why do people worry about lottery odds?

If you do your "thing" right, you won't have to worry so much about lottery odds.

Past winning draws don't tell lies, what you see is what it is.

The lottery behaves as you see on the past draws, they guide you.

You might call it prediction, but what you do is just following "whatever", call it "random" if you want to, but it is not a good idea to call it "random", cause it might lead to your thinking that "things" are out of your control and you might not be able to win then.

I don't do this any more, but I will show and example of what I could do, but if you believe that you can't win, then probably you can't win, forget about odds, just learn from the past draws, the lottery teaches  you, not Math, but the past draws themselves, well take a look at this sample of what I could once do, before I quit doing such things:

Prediction:

Results:

By the way, the prediction WAS BEFORE THE DRAW, just a little before, but was before.

------------------------

Prediction:

Results:

Read my prediction post real good!

----------------

Prediction:

Read what I said on my post:

Results:

Failed, read my prediction post good.

----------------

Prediction:

Results:

By the way there never was a "Black Light" program, I was kidding.

-----------------------

Prediction:

Results:

Failed.

---------------

5 Predictions total, O.K. on 3 of them and Failed on 2 of them.

Even at my best on those days, I was no magician.

I did worry about odds and chances, but I didn't believe so much in them, I believed more on what I saw on the past draws, the problem is interpreting right what you see on the past draws as doing that is not so easy, most of the time I went by what I saw on the past draws and forgot about everything else, of course I saw everything as being "filters-patterns" and used what I called "the negative prediction technique" as I saw that being superior and easier to use than a "positive prediction technique", sorry, but I won't explain what I am talking about, even if I have put all of that behind me from long ago.

I once used another very good technique, but it was software based and it was nothing at all like my regular "negative prediction technique" and it was a "positive prediction technique", sorry, but I won't give any details about it, even if I also put that behind me very long ago.

--

All that I can say, is try and try again and keep on trying and it is all on "the prediction logic", you need a good logical prediction logic and use the past draws as a guide as that is all that you have to go by with, I repeat "the past draws don't lie", develop a technique based on them, a "logical prediction technique"

Worry about odds, chance and random, yes, but not so much, worry more about interpreting what you see on the past draws right and about developing a GOOD logical prediction technique.

Well, I gave my 2 cents worth there.

Are you going to believe more on the Math lottery odds or on yourself?

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I thought that I had put this on my blog , Oh well!

"If you do your "thing" right, you won't have to worry so much about lottery odds."

But odds are the reason you won't do your "thing" right enough times to show a profit. Odds can be used to determine what a player can reasonably win and as we just witnessed, 440 million tickets sold for one drawing weren't enough to produce a jackpot winner. In most jackpot games the odds of winning \$100 are much higher than winning \$500 playing pick-3.

Most players buy QPs so it's obvious odds mean nothing to them.

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Let me summarize how proving you are better than random chance does NOT work.  It does NOT work by posting dozens of numbers for a single pick.

It particularly doesn't work by giving multiple sets of numbers and saying you might use this one or that one and in fact many of those sets did not have a winner.

Measuring whether you are better than random chance requires:

1) A definite bet, here are the numbers, here is the wager

2) Over a number of draws such that your total number of wagers (tickets*draws) is 10x the odds of the bet you are placing

Anything else is like flipping a coin, calling heads and when it is heads announcing that you can tell the future.

Sorry, but you don't count here, so I won't bother with you, other than with making this one post.

I AM GONE, FOR A WHILE.

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Sorry, but you don't count here, so I won't bother with you, other than with making this one post.

No need to apologize, pack mentality is pretty common.

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"If you do your "thing" right, you won't have to worry so much about lottery odds."

But odds are the reason you won't do your "thing" right enough times to show a profit. Odds can be used to determine what a player can reasonably win and as we just witnessed, 440 million tickets sold for one drawing weren't enough to produce a jackpot winner. In most jackpot games the odds of winning \$100 are much higher than winning \$500 playing pick-3.

Most players buy QPs so it's obvious odds mean nothing to them.

I almost never made predictions for jackpot kinds of games for several reasons:

You share jackpot prizes among all who win them and the same for some lower prizes.

I never got the software that I needed as I needed it so I could make predictions for those games.

Those games have way too many combinations and too much money is needed to buy tickets for predictions made for them.

You can't win them with only one or a few predicted numbers, that is why people win them only by "lucky chance", of course most people don't know how to predict right, even those people who can make software for themselves, know Math and have enough money.

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By the way, an old pick 3 prediction:

Prediction:

Results:

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A very long long time ago, I posted a lot, it is very hard to find such stuff even for me.

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You think that jackpot games are hard to win and you are right, but not as hard as most people think, the problems are:

People know next to nothing about lottery prediction.

There is no good enough proper software taylor made for somebody such as myself, each prediction technique or method needs to have each own taylor made software, exactly made to fit the technique and or prediction method, there is no one fits all, as these jackpot kind of games have way too many combinations and are very hard to predict right and win, even to people such as myself who know one or two things about lottery prediction.

No game is too hard, but you just can't win with "one liners" that is with only one predicted numbers.

People who win with quick picks win by statistical chance by sheer numbers (lucky chance) and not because they are lottery prediction experts.

As, Who are really lottery prediction experts? And if any they probably don't have the needed computing resources and money to buy the tickets with, which might be many thousands of lines (numbers).

Yes, you can't predict and win with only one pick, only morons think so!

Those who win with quick picks of course can win with only one pick!

By statistical chance after thousands or millions of numbers are bought sooner or later (lucky chance) and has nothing to do with lottery prediction!

Lottery predictions of course won't win, How many truly lottery prediction experts are out there? And if any, Do they have their needed computing and financial resources, not to mention the needed time? No!

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If anybody out there is waiting for new posted predictions forget about it, from me nothing else is coming.

I guess that I wasted my time posting about filters, patterns and lottery prediction for so many years, no newer stuff will come out from me.

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For many years now, I no longer much care about the lottery games and their prediction, even if now I would happen to have the exact right software that I need and that is not very likely to happen, I still might not use it and make predictions with it, I am tired of all of that and no longer care for it.

I AM GONE, FOR A WHILE.

Texas
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I almost never made predictions for jackpot kinds of games for several reasons:

You share jackpot prizes among all who win them and the same for some lower prizes.

I never got the software that I needed as I needed it so I could make predictions for those games.

Those games have way too many combinations and too much money is needed to buy tickets for predictions made for them.

You can't win them with only one or a few predicted numbers, that is why people win them only by "lucky chance", of course most people don't know how to predict right, even those people who can make software for themselves, know Math and have enough money.

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By the way, an old pick 3 prediction:

Prediction:

Results:

------------

A very long long time ago, I posted a lot, it is very hard to find such stuff even for me.

------------

You think that jackpot games are hard to win and you are right, but not as hard as most people think, the problems are:

People know next to nothing about lottery prediction.

There is no good enough proper software taylor made for somebody such as myself, each prediction technique or method needs to have each own taylor made software, exactly made to fit the technique and or prediction method, there is no one fits all, as these jackpot kind of games have way too many combinations and are very hard to predict right and win, even to people such as myself who know one or two things about lottery prediction.

No game is too hard, but you just can't win with "one liners" that is with only one predicted numbers.

People who win with quick picks win by statistical chance by sheer numbers (lucky chance) and not because they are lottery prediction experts.

As, Who are really lottery prediction experts? And if any they probably don't have the needed computing resources and money to buy the tickets with, which might be many thousands of lines (numbers).

Yes, you can't predict and win with only one pick, only morons think so!

Those who win with quick picks of course can win with only one pick!

By statistical chance after thousands or millions of numbers are bought sooner or later (lucky chance) and has nothing to do with lottery prediction!

Lottery predictions of course won't win, How many truly lottery prediction experts are out there? And if any, Do they have their needed computing and financial resources, not to mention the needed time? No!

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If anybody out there is waiting for new posted predictions forget about it, from me nothing else is coming.

I guess that I wasted my time posting about filters, patterns and lottery prediction for so many years, no newer stuff will come out from me.

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For many years now, I no longer much care about the lottery games and their prediction, even if now I would happen to have the exact right software that I need and that is not very likely to happen, I still might not use it and make predictions with it, I am tired of all of that and no longer care for it.

Well, do you still play the lottery?

I think you are in Texas, aren't you?

CAN'T WIN IF YOU'RE NOT IN

A DOLLAR AND A DREAM (OR \$2)

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Well, do you still play the lottery?

I think you are in Texas, aren't you?

Do I still play the lottery?

In all the many years that the lottery has been here on Tx, I have almost never played it.

I some-times buy one quick pick for the Tx2Step.

But as I said, not very often at all.

Very long ago here at the lottery post, for a few years I made some pick 3 predictions and mostly box (any-order).

But I never played any of them.

I only wasted my time on the lottery (pick 3 mostly) to kill some time off, for the challenge and the fun of it, but mostly for the challenge, to do what people said that could not be done.

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I tried to predict the lottery games as soon as they came to Texas, I didn't even have a Pc compatible computer then, I had Commodore 64 computers that I never used for anything anymore and before when I did, I used mostly for playing computer card games on them, a very long time ago I did try to learn some basic 2 on them and even a tiny bit of assembly, but very little and by the time the Tx lottery came I no longer remembered any of that stuff, so I never much used the Commodore 64 for anything other than for playing card games on it.

Then on 2002 I bought a used Windows 98 computer and also got an Internet dial-up connection for it and I set myself for trying to learn how to use the computer and the Internet all by myself, about a year later I knew more than most people back then did about computers and about the Internet and I think that I still know more about computers and the Internet than most people do and I learned mostly from the Internet and just a little from books.

I am still using WinXP and I used Win98SE for a very long time, even when people were already using Windows Vista, I have only used Win 98 and Win XP other than the Commodore 64 which I threw away about 7 years ago, I was not using it anyway.

Member Since October 7, 2003 (12.3 years) Member #2,460

I used to be a Compuserve addict, that was of course back in the days of Electronic Bulletin Boards, they were called "BBS" I think.

Anyhow, looking one day I found the Lottery Post Forum a sort of new kind of bulletin board for lottery addicts and here I found MikeK and many more people and on the 'Net I found software such as P34Lotto, Lotto Hat, Etc and sites such as that of Bob Perkis and on his site I found the Roots And Sums Chart which was the main way that I first used for the making of pick 3 predictions using filters-patterns and my negative prediction technique which then I was just developing, I used that chart an a black ink marker not a pen nor pencil, I would mark black (pain over black) the filters-patterns numbers that I thought that were the most unlikely ones to come out on the next pick 3 draw and the pick 3 numbers that were left on that chart would be the boxed pick 3 numbers that did have the most chance to come out next and I was good at it, it all was done without a computer.

Later, I started to use software such as that made by Mike K and Paurths (Ricky).

There were still two other more or less good lottery sites back then, but one of them was on decline and soon closed shop.

The Lottery Post was good, but still far from being as it is right now.

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I came to the Lottery Post as EXCALIBUR https://www.lotterypost.com/member/3666

And then changed to LANTERN https://www.lotterypost.com/member/5813

Then as Laterne and as Laterne I was booted out https://www.lotterypost.com/member/123634

Then I came as MonEl https://www.lotterypost.com/blog/134076

I am not dead yet, so I am still here for a while longer if they don't boot me again, I was going to that other lottery forum, but changed my mind and stayed here, I like old songs an T.V. shows and movies so that is what I mostly do here nowdays at the Lottery Post, I post links to such stuff on my blog, I have always done such stuff, but now that is all that I do here at LP.

Member Since October 7, 2003 (12.3 years) Member #2,460
Winning makes me smile.
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Do I still play the lottery?

In all the many years that the lottery has been here on Tx, I have almost never played it.

I some-times buy one quick pick for the Tx2Step.

But as I said, not very often at all.

Very long ago here at the lottery post, for a few years I made some pick 3 predictions and mostly box (any-order).

But I never played any of them.

I only wasted my time on the lottery (pick 3 mostly) to kill some time off, for the challenge and the fun of it, but mostly for the challenge, to do what people said that could not be done.

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I tried to predict the lottery games as soon as they came to Texas, I didn't even have a Pc compatible computer then, I had Commodore 64 computers that I never used for anything anymore and before when I did, I used mostly for playing computer card games on them, a very long time ago I did try to learn some basic 2 on them and even a tiny bit of assembly, but very little and by the time the Tx lottery came I no longer remembered any of that stuff, so I never much used the Commodore 64 for anything other than for playing card games on it.

Then on 2002 I bought a used Windows 98 computer and also got an Internet dial-up connection for it and I set myself for trying to learn how to use the computer and the Internet all by myself, about a year later I knew more than most people back then did about computers and about the Internet and I think that I still know more about computers and the Internet than most people do and I learned mostly from the Internet and just a little from books.

I am still using WinXP and I used Win98SE for a very long time, even when people were already using Windows Vista, I have only used Win 98 and Win XP other than the Commodore 64 which I threw away about 7 years ago, I was not using it anyway.

Member Since October 7, 2003 (12.3 years) Member #2,460

I used to be a Compuserve addict, that was of course back in the days of Electronic Bulletin Boards, they were called "BBS" I think.

Anyhow, looking one day I found the Lottery Post Forum a sort of new kind of bulletin board for lottery addicts and here I found MikeK and many more people and on the 'Net I found software such as P34Lotto, Lotto Hat, Etc and sites such as that of Bob Perkis and on his site I found the Roots And Sums Chart which was the main way that I first used for the making of pick 3 predictions using filters-patterns and my negative prediction technique which then I was just developing, I used that chart an a black ink marker not a pen nor pencil, I would mark black (pain over black) the filters-patterns numbers that I thought that were the most unlikely ones to come out on the next pick 3 draw and the pick 3 numbers that were left on that chart would be the boxed pick 3 numbers that did have the most chance to come out next and I was good at it, it all was done without a computer.

Later, I started to use software such as that made by Mike K and Paurths (Ricky).

There were still two other more or less good lottery sites back then, but one of them was on decline and soon closed shop.

The Lottery Post was good, but still far from being as it is right now.

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I came to the Lottery Post as EXCALIBUR https://www.lotterypost.com/member/3666

And then changed to LANTERN https://www.lotterypost.com/member/5813

Then as Laterne and as Laterne I was booted out https://www.lotterypost.com/member/123634

Then I came as MonEl https://www.lotterypost.com/blog/134076

I am not dead yet, so I am still here for a while longer if they don't boot me again, I was going to that other lottery forum, but changed my mind and stayed here, I like old songs an T.V. shows and movies so that is what I mostly do here nowdays at the Lottery Post, I post links to such stuff on my blog, I have always done such stuff, but now that is all that I do here at LP.

Member Since October 7, 2003 (12.3 years) Member #2,460

I guess that I wasted my time posting about filters, patterns and lottery prediction for so many years, no newer stuff will come out from me.

No, you did not waste your time. You were a pioneer in filtering and what you posted at the time is just as relevant today as it was then. Any one here today would be wise to check out your earlier posts under your other names. You layed the foundation for countless methods and systems now used by current players and for that we are grateful.

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

The numbers will tell you what numbers to play. Pay attention to the numbers.

Don't just think outside the box, crush it.

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I guess that I wasted my time posting about filters, patterns and lottery prediction for so many years, no newer stuff will come out from me.

No, you did not waste your time. You were a pioneer in filtering and what you posted at the time is just as relevant today as it was then. Any one here today would be wise to check out your earlier posts under your other names. You layed the foundation for countless methods and systems now used by current players and for that we are grateful.