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Do lottery systems really work?

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Do lottery systems really work?

Yes [ 88 ]  [63.77%]
No [ 26 ]  [18.84%]
As well as q/p's, because it's all random [ 24 ]  [17.39%]
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    Posted: February 22, 2003, 7:55 am - IP Logged

    Does anyone have a winning story to share?  Everybody here claims to play the lotteries, so with odds of losing being real high, there got to be at least one winner among us.  So lets hear from some winners.





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      Posted: February 26, 2003, 3:29 am - IP Logged

      Even when I delivered (NY) Lottery New$ magazine, which folded in December 2001, I didn't pay any attention to Gail Howard or any of the columnists' various systems.


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        Oops! I forgot I voted

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          Good Morning Everyone,



          Hope you are all doing well.



          I need some help.



          I play the daily Florida, Illinois Midday & Evening games everyday.



          I'm in the market for a GOOD pick-3/pick-4 lottery software.

          I've downloaded the p34 lotto 15-day trial version, but

          I'm having the time of my live understanding it.

          I don't think that program was ment for beginners.



          Can someone out there recomend a GOOD easy to use,

          more user friendly software. p34 lotto is definitely not

          the one.



          Maybe someone out there can explain what p34 lotto is all about.



          I've also downloaded the Maxhit Demo lottery software,

          this one is more user friendly and easy to understand. I'm still

          evaluating it. If there is anyone out there that uses it,

          Please tell me what you think of it.



          Thanks for any assistance given..



          free100

          You can't win if you don't play...

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            i like lot
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              gdgrl,

              i am not exactly s

                          "i am .........."meant to"       

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                visiondude:



                Everyone is entitled to their opinion and I just wanted to

                add mine. You state "to quit wasting time on analysis, buying books, etc and just buy a quick pick" and I firmly

                disagree with you. I have always had a desire to help people in my life and didn't want anyone to miss a chance

                winning the lottery because of your views.

                I started analyzing the Canadian lottery almost a year ago

                and have won numourous prizes. (enough to quit my job and

                pay off my mortgage) I'm not a millionaire. I think this board needs a discussion forum for upcoming draws and numbers chosen for your lotteries and how they came to pick certain numbers. I will then find time to add

                my own systems and numbers for you to be amazed!

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                  visiondude



                  I did evaluate this program a while back upon a friend's request.



                  Overall, LottoCheatah is just a glorified Quick Pick system with

                  repeating numbers.



                  I was more than willing to give this BC programmer a fair shot at his

                  program, but it's really only good for people that don't want to

                  think...

                  In the history list I can select a past draw, but pressing OK does

                  nothing. I would like LottoCheatah to allow users to pick an old draw

                  and then use this as the current draw for testing purposes. This way

                  I can look back at old draws, experiment with depth and weight, in

                  order to find a good combo that gives the best match available for

                  the following draw in the history. This also helps to evaluate

                  LottoCheatah's performance. What would be more useful is to have the

                  program calculate the best weight/depth for previous draws for the

                  following 3 draws.



                  - in the 'enter my own pick' dialogue, let the user just enter 1-3

                  numbers as their "chosen numbers", and then have the program

                  generate the remaining most-likely numbers based on the stats.

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                    qdqrl,I like the way you think and I also like too hear the views of a "Professional Player" and not someone who just leaves it too "Lady Luck" I believe quick-picks work but they aren't consistant and you will never be able too play the lottery games and hope too win on a regular basis.If your a "Recreational Player" then winning once every "Blue Moon" will do but if your a "Professional Player" then that won't do.I've never tried too sway anyone in here into using Lottery Systems over Quick-Picks because they are systems too,but when they would say Lottery Systems can't or don't work I had a problem with that,so I've basically stopped debating this with the "Non-Believers"

                    because I realised they have "no common sense" regarding the matter especially when they would say quick-picks aren't a system which is totally ridiculous.

                    But your statements just proves what I was trying too say all along,Systems "DRAMATICALLY INCREASE" your chances of winning whether it's small or large prizes

                    in all the games pick-3,4,5 and 6.I was asked too challenge my system with quick-picks but felt there wasn't a need for it because I'm not trying too disprove whether quick-picks work or whether lottery systems are a better form of playing.Some players do well with quick-picks others don't some players do well using Lottery Systems other's don't.Anyway glad too hear your a Professional and REALLY understand the science behind random numbers and the laws of probability in games of chance.I use too be a Non-Believer until I did experiments and found systems too be a great tool as I was able too hit the numbers after never doing so using quick-picks or any other non

                    statistical\analysis method.

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                      Thomas:



                      No offence taken, Now go back to work!

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                        Lottowiz34,



                        Thanks for your refreshing words although I'm not sure if I consider myself a "professional player". I met a couple

                        of such players (in my opinion) that since proved to me how far I still need to go. I wish I had more time to go through everything but I need to finish the "Canada Super 7" tonight than I'm flying Saturday mourning to your great country to see Mickey Mouse as promised.

                        In the meantime I think there was mention of the software

                        Lottery Director. This is one of the programs I sometimes use.

                        Short List of things to ananlyze in that program for those of you who want to start winning.



                        1. Play close attention to next following draw in the "next draw options"

                        Look at last 20, 50, 200, 600, 900 only.

                        Find numbers that are repeating alot, specially #'s that

                        are trending and have low wins in the entire history.



                        2. Start in last 200 draws "intervals" and take note of

                        what numbers are good to show. then look at those same

                        numbers in the last 900 draws and check their stability.



                        3. Write down your draws previous winning numbers and #'s they have paired well with in the last 20, 300, 900 draws

                        Take those 2 #'s and do a search for them and write down all the draws that came after them. Do this for all your pairs. These are called "double announcers"



                        This is all I have time for but this is at least a start

                        for people not currently analyzing.



                        :)

                           



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                          how does this stuff find me.

                                      "i am .........."meant to"       

                          P.S.,  that RJoH  is a stand up guy.  thanks,  vision

                                   until further notice,  it's  france everyday

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                            qdqrl,your approach too the game is "Professional" that's why I call you a "Professional Player" you take the time too analyse what's going on in the game and don't rely on "LUCK" too do it.You don't need too prove whether your methods work consistantly as long as they are producing hits for you too the point that you were able too quit your job,that's consistant enough and anyone with an Intelligent approach too the game will agree.I know of several players that play for a living and do very well for themselves.Posting your numbers here won't necessarily change the minds of those who are stuck in there own beliefs regarding the lottery being "TOO RANDOM" too make a difference by analysing the numbers,so I'd just post just too help someone that isn't having any luck or give them the information too do it on there own like you did.

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                              lottowiz, "BUMP"

                                          "i am .........."meant to"       

                              P.S.,  that RJoH  is a stand up guy.  thanks,  vision

                                       until further notice,  it's  france everyday

                                 
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