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Posted: April 16, 2003, 12:09 pm - IP Logged

250 Tickets...

14-19-20-46-49-51
02-14-21-39-40-57
08-15-24-37-51-52
13-14-24-40-57-59
01-15-16-37-44-48
01-02-11-33-36-42
17-18-24-38-45-51
05-14-19-30-31-58
16-19-20-39-47-54
14-15-26-30-45-49
01-17-18-33-50-54
03-04-12-36-37-55
03-16-19-31-44-56
14-27-28-39-45-46
04-19-28-35-39-48
06-16-19-39-51-54
07-12-27-38-41-54
07-18-21-36-44-55
07-18-21-36-44-59
07-15-18-30-37-48
05-07-08-36-37-40
09-17-20-37-54-56
02-05-17-33-52-58
02-05-27-30-44-51
07-08-29-36-52-53

01-04-15-44-51-56
06-14-19-30-51-59
01-04-15-35-44-52
02-06-29-50-53-57
03-07-20-36-53-56
07-19-20-38-55-56
07-16-18-40-45-57
16-18-19-31-44-56
14-18-19-41-47-49
07-21-36-37-56-58
04-24-39-49-57-58
06-12-33-52-53-57
08-15-33-52-53-56
15-18-33-52-53-56
13-14-23-38-45-57
05-14-27-31-32-37
06-07-27-33-39-46
08-15-37-51-52-54
03-04-08-31-33-57
14-15-21-33-41-46
14-15-16-31-37-38
09-16-36-44-45-55
03-13-18-19-44-58
02-13-29-30-37-57
04-07-13-40-41-57

11-14-15-24-42-51
14-15-18-24-31-51
05-19-30-31-54-58
01-02-04-20-47-57
01-04-05-15-44-52
03-07-32-33-36-46
01-17-18-33-51-54
03-07-19-20-38-56
02-03-33-48-50-57
02-03-33-46-50-57
05-19-20-24-38-55
14-16-17-38-49-54
02-03-19-31-38-55
01-02-06-19-41-56
01-02-06-19-41-48
06-16-19-54-58-59
02-03-24-42-48-57
14-18-26-27-37-41
14-23-26-27-32-37
14-23-27-28-32-37
08-13-16-19-39-44
06-14-18-49-54-57
01-04-12-17-33-40
05-27-30-37-48-54
08-16-33-44-57-59

03-06-12-33-53-57
01-08-15-33-53-56
01-02-06-19-50-51
13-14-38-45-46-57
13-14-23-37-38-57
05-08-19-30-51-53
08-12-14-30-37-57
12-14-20-30-37-57
16-29-33-44-52-57
13-27-33-40-44-46
14-27-29-37-47-58
02-08-13-15-51-54
05-07-08-26-36-37
09-12-19-21-44-48
04-23-44-46-51-57
17-24-30-38-45-51
07-09-17-30-37-46
02-04-27-29-31-42
02-05-17-31-33-58
02-16-27-32-44-51
02-05-16-27-44-51
04-11-19-32-41-49
02-12-15-35-45-47
03-13-19-41-44-56
03-13-19-41-44-58

01-04-15-44-52-56
01-04-12-15-44-51
07-14-26-36-42-51
07-12-14-36-42-51
02-15-28-44-46-51
18-19-20-37-41-55
11-16-19-39-47-54
03-07-32-36-53-56
03-07-32-36-46-53
09-19-21-24-42-56
06-16-19-24-41-51
02-11-13-27-44-56
02-03-04-21-46-57
02-07-12-17-35-58
02-07-12-17-35-52
07-16-18-41-45-57
05-15-24-35-42-53
13-15-24-35-42-53
01-06-15-24-49-54
03-14-19-31-38-55
07-17-47-48-53-58
04-05-09-19-35-50
04-05-09-19-35-56
04-19-39-41-47-48
02-27-47-53-55-56

02-27-33-47-55-56
01-14-19-20-31-41
14-18-19-29-41-49
11-29-30-45-54-57
02-19-20-21-41-42
09-23-33-36-37-42
01-09-33-36-37-42
20-21-30-33-37-57
07-27-32-33-39-46
04-05-21-28-36-44
13-14-20-24-40-57
12-18-19-21-44-48
01-09-19-20-33-40
03-04-31-33-40-57
03-17-18-24-49-53
07-17-18-24-40-52
04-13-37-40-41-57
05-14-15-28-44-46
06-13-14-19-51-59
14-15-18-24-42-51
16-24-27-28-31-44
16-19-20-28-47-54
01-04-05-15-41-44
03-20-21-24-33-57
16-24-40-53-56-57

27-28-30-37-51-53
02-03-23-27-33-56
02-03-13-27-33-56
02-04-17-18-51-58
07-13-36-37-39-42
03-07-19-20-41-56
07-17-37-38-42-59
05-19-20-24-32-38
13-27-44-49-54-55
06-19-38-54-58-59
16-19-38-54-58-59
02-24-42-50-51-57
14-23-26-27-37-41
05-07-15-18-42-53
01-05-15-24-33-56
02-16-37-40-46-57
07-16-21-27-37-48
06-07-18-19-48-52
04-19-35-39-41-48
09-14-17-23-32-37
04-12-17-20-33-40
08-19-30-41-51-53
16-27-40-44-51-54
02-08-13-15-54-58
04-09-19-29-38-41

04-19-23-29-38-41
04-13-19-23-38-41
09-12-19-21-39-44
09-19-20-21-33-40
07-12-32-36-39-54
09-11-14-26-45-57
02-09-16-27-32-44
09-18-27-29-33-54
02-09-36-45-49-55
01-02-11-27-32-33
17-23-37-54-56-59
17-23-33-54-56-59
17-21-33-54-56-59
04-07-39-40-41-57
02-15-44-46-51-56
09-24-33-40-51-57
02-13-41-44-55-57
02-09-41-44-55-57
04-06-09-19-42-56
04-06-09-19-38-56
02-18-44-48-57-59
02-24-35-38-52-57
02-03-33-46-47-57
05-11-15-24-42-53
07-14-15-21-46-47

06-12-45-48-54-57
06-15-18-24-49-54
14-17-38-40-49-54
14-19-23-26-32-38
01-14-15-40-55-58
08-19-20-39-41-50
02-03-16-36-49-59
14-16-17-39-42-59
14-15-21-32-35-38
01-06-19-48-50-51
06-07-27-39-46-48
08-13-15-51-52-54
03-05-20-36-37-40
13-14-20-31-40-57
01-02-05-36-55-58
08-19-26-41-50-51
02-03-28-46-55-57
13-26-27-33-40-50
12-14-15-31-42-49
04-05-28-35-52-57
08-16-27-33-49-50
02-05-11-30-56-57
16-27-28-31-35-44
17-18-24-47-49-58
02-03-11-46-52-57

01-17-18-33-50-58
01-17-18-30-51-54
20-26-27-39-44-47
12-13-24-36-39-47
07-12-17-40-41-58
14-15-20-39-46-59
02-05-12-35-36-39
04-11-27-48-51-52
18-20-27-31-44-49
11-20-27-33-50-52
13-20-27-33-40-52
01-06-27-33-40-56
17-21-28-32-37-40
03-08-28-36-49-53
06-21-27-37-42-50
06-21-27-37-48-50
07-18-21-36-40-55
01-26-27-32-33-46
05-23-28-31-36-44
03-14-27-32-46-51
05-13-27-40-44-46
11-14-27-39-48-52
09-17-20-41-54-56
09-17-20-37-42-56
06-19-21-31-40-42

    rundown99's avatar - cigar

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    Posted: April 16, 2003, 1:59 pm - IP Logged

    Did you pick those or did you do quick pick.....

    250 dollars .... DAMN !!!

    Smart lottery winners form trust to claim their winnings.  They send an attorney to the lottery headquarters to claim the prize in trust, so that ONLY the name of the trust is revealed.  And they tell NO ONE, especially relatives.

    If you ever win a lottery and you are single, the only person you should ever marry is someone who was truly in love with you BEFORE you won the jackpot!

      RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
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      Posted: April 16, 2003, 2:29 pm - IP Logged

      That's a nice size lists.  Are there any repeated combinations in it?  Does it has any advantages over 250 Quick Picks?

      Before I retired, I played in several pools for the Powerball, Biggame and the Ohio649 and the questions that was always asked was ' Is there an advantage to making out a large number of cards from a list to just buying the same number of QP's? '.  I alway thought that a list that didn't repeat any combination of four or greater might have an advantage, but I was never able to convince anyone that is was worth the effort to make out all those cards by hand, so we alway picked QP's.

      A year ago Lotto Cheata posted a list of 160 numbers for a powerball drawing and his list didn't even match the overall odds of a win. It did worst than a list of the same size of randomly chosen numbers because as he said it was slanted toward certain numbers which weren't among the winning combination.

      Good luck on your try.  It will interesting to see the results of your efforts.

      RJOh

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        Posted: April 16, 2003, 9:27 pm - IP Logged

        These are tonight's numbers: 02-09-13-19-24-46 +46

        I see you had a match 3, better luck next time.

        RJOh

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          Posted: April 16, 2003, 11:59 pm - IP Logged

          RJOh, Thanks for your messages and interest.

          I had to try the PICK 6 Bonus Number Tool (6/59 is of course faily tough!)

          The assumptions:


          • Only between 2 and 4 high/lows and 2 and 4 even odds.

          • (So one problem is this case we had 5 lows and 1 high!)

          • One Repeat Number from the previous drawing

          • That one was correct!

          • I eliminated 5 numbers 10, 22, 25, 43, 34 to test (those numbers were drawn twice within the last 4 drawings)

          • That was partially correct (43 was the bonus number)

          The result is pretty meager.

          Too many 2's but only one 3!

          Well, I can see that if the assumptions are completely wrong you will have the problem to be completely off the board. But than you still can assume the same chances as the QP. You have to spread the field of course. But then when you do that too much (as you mentioned minimizing the same combinations of lower than three, you will dventually end up getting less hits). But I think what you say is correct that limiting the same combinations to less than four could make a difference.  

          I will try again later.....

           

           


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            Posted: April 17, 2003, 7:34 am - IP Logged
            And what do you win for a 3/6 match in NY Lotto 59?

            ONE _@#$%^&*_ DOLLAR!!

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              Posted: April 17, 2003, 8:46 am - IP Logged

              That's apparently the general problem with today's jackpot games.

              When your chances to win 3/6 are 1 hit within 96 and you get $1 when you hit it for a 50c play, I would pick another lottery game to play.


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                Posted: April 17, 2003, 9:05 am - IP Logged
                Everett:

                NY Lotto returns only 38-40% to players! If the prize pool was the usual 50%, they easily could have made 3/6 pay $3 and also add to the 4/6 prize.

                NY Lotto 59 began before Mega Millions came to NY, so the NY 6/59 was designed to pay chicken feed for the smaller prizes in order to be able to compete jackpot-wise with Powerball, (then) Big Game, etc.

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                  Posted: April 17, 2003, 9:17 am - IP Logged

                  Cash,

                  You seem to know a lot about the NY Lottery.  Do you know what they do with the other 60% (how it's allocated?).  As a NYer, if they're channeling some proceeds for the good of the city, I have no problems with their current payouts.

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                    Posted: April 17, 2003, 9:20 am - IP Logged

                    Cash,

                    That's true and interesting and the choice of the player. In trying to predict numbers (in our tool or forecast way) the main focus is to "improve the odds" for the player and though that to "minimize the losses". In New York Lotto that will not bring very much reduction of losses I guess when you only get a buck for a 3/6 hit or 16 bucks for a 3/4, it's not a "player-friendly lottery".

                     

                     

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                      Posted: April 17, 2003, 9:27 am - IP Logged

                      But with the current jackpot now at $50 Million, you just have to throw in few bucks to play.

                      Better Jackpot odds vs. MM and better jacpot prize, plus two games for a buck.

                      For us NYers, it'll allow us to play both NY Lotto and the MM this weekend.

                      OH Wait!  As a matter of fact, anyone can play both of these games by using online link.  My bad!

                      Good luck to all the players!


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                        Posted: April 17, 2003, 9:37 am - IP Logged
                        Jeeves:

                        "Two games for a buck" is not a bargain, especially for NY Lotto. Paper is wasted.

                        When TAKE FIVE began in 1992, nobody complained that they were getting one play for $1 vs two plays in the previous game, because TAKE FIVE pays back 50% vs 38-40% in the game it replaced.

                        Even with two plays for $1, winning $16 by matching four numbers is a joke.

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                          Posted: April 17, 2003, 5:23 pm - IP Logged

                          With the jackpot being $50M, I think that most anyone who have two chances to be in the game for a buck, is going to be willing to loss a dollars regardless of the bad odds.

                          RJOh

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                            Posted: April 20, 2003, 1:35 pm - IP Logged

                            I posted a list of 300 numbers for the 4/23 Ohio649 lottery, I used each numbers at least 36 times and pick them randomly within certain perameters.  It will be interesting to see the result after wednesday's drawing.





                            RJOh 

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                              Posted: April 21, 2003, 11:05 am - IP Logged

                              I also posted 100 numbers for the NewYork lotter.  All numbers are use at least 10 times and none has matched 5 or more in the past 168 drawings.





                              RJOh