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I've seen other systems mentionned here at this forum, like the delta or the trix or the honest lotto system. I'v intensively studied dozens of this type of systems.

Guess what, none of them improve anything at all, they are just waste of time and money. They may look tempting for different reasons, but they are ALL based on simple mathematical misconceptions.

The only golden rule is

YOU CAN NEVER GIVE ANY SINGLE COMBINATION A BETTER CHANCE OF WINNING (NO MATTER WHAT SYSTEM YOU USE) THAN A RANDOMLY PICKED ONE. unless you are able to predict the numbers that are used in it !!!

This is just a 100% true mathematical fact ! Think about it, study them, and you will come to that same conclusion. Ofcourse, they may say "hey 20 people won the jackpot with our system". If thousands are trying it, one day someone will win with them, just like people win without using any system at all.

That's what many soft developers do with their free trials. Distributing them as fast and plenty as possible and wait for some people to luckily win with it. That's what I call deception. We don't want to participate in this kind of misleading marketing strategy. If I win something big with our system in the few tests here, that would actually prove something. If things go wrong (that may ofcourse still happen, since I never said I could predict 5 correct numbers in the first 4 or 5 tries) then it is entirely up to every individual to decide wether we have a trustworthy product or not. We will not promote it in fraudulous ways. We will promote it on our website in a way we believe it will actually perform !! Earlier in this forum I stated I was trying to give the 90% certainty of matching at least 3 numbers, each time you play. Well, so far I did not succeed in that, and I will only mention it at our website from the moment i'm sure about it. Apart from that I do believe our system is capable of delivering you a big win or several within a reasonable amount of time.

Good luck to you all,

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    Posted: October 10, 2003, 2:54 am - IP Logged

    Guru,

    I used CoverMaster to come up with a similar wheel and its first set of numbers are also 1-2-3-4-5-6.  Does Iliya Bluskov own the rights to that set of numbers?  I wrote a simple loop that writes all the possible combinations in any 6 number game and skip the ones that have a match (2-5) in a previous set and it alway starts with 1-2-3-4-5-6.  Those numbers and 2+2=4 are intellectual property, but who own them?

    RJOh 

     


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      RJOH : a wheel is a lot more than 1 2 3 4 5 6 . You can not have copyrights on a single combination line, but you can have it on a group of combinations that are organized in a certain way. Just like you cannot have copyrights on a music note, but you can for a song !! A song is only a combination of music notes played in a certain order with certain instruments.

      Wheels that contain all probable combinations for a certain set of numbers, can not be copyrighted. These are indeed intellectual property. The others are not, unless those who invented them give them away free to the public. There can and should be no discussion about that Rjoh !! Final point.


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        Posted: October 10, 2003, 7:34 am - IP Logged

        These are the predicted Lot


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          ps : the above numbers are for the Belgian lotto (forgot to mention it)

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            Quote: Originally posted by Guru on October 10, 2003

            Nick Koutras: The wheel I used is created by Iliya Bluskov. If some developer integrates it in his software, without asking the rights to use it from the publisher, then they are making a big mistake. maybe they did ask the right, but have forgotten to mention it in their soft. Rule number1: anything that is copyrighted should not be redistributed (for free) without prior written permission of the publisher. I tend to stick to the rules I got from the publisher.

            And I really don't think one should post it for free on a public forum, since someone worked hard to develop them.








            LottoDesignerXL is developed by me.


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              Posted: October 10, 2003, 9:45 am - IP Logged

              Guess you're gonna have to fight for the copyrights with Bluskov.

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                Posted: October 10, 2003, 10:46 am - IP Logged

                Nick: How is LottoAnnouncerXL coming along?

                Playing more than one ticket per game is betting against yourself.

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                  Posted: October 10, 2003, 1:25 pm - IP Logged
                  Quote: Originally posted by Guru on October 10, 2003

                  Guess you're gonna have to fight for the copyrights with Bluskov.








                  Guru,



                  Nick does not need to copy other peoples wheels he freely makes them to any design a person might request.



                  I use the earlier version of LottoDesignerXL (Nicks creation) and swear by it.



                  I would say that with smaller wheel designs people will probably end up with a design that is the same.

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                    guru:

                    you kept ur word and posted before the draw:

                    now if u got 10numbers/ you wheel them a certain way correct?

                    how many tickets must u buy? and how many numbers of the 10 must u have to win any prize in BELGIUM?.WHAT TIME sat will u post the results. sssuuuuuuuuure hope you cracked the code  good luck.

                     

                        luckycat        >>>>>>>    purr-purr--purrfect                           

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                      Posted: October 10, 2003, 7:21 pm - IP Logged

                      irvin

                      can u elaberate on  nick's  system??

                       

                          luckycat        >>>>>>>    purr-purr--purrfect                           

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                          Nick:

                          I noticed that the wheel created with Lottodesigner XL is not exactly the same as the Bluskov #88 wheel. Although they basicly are equally performant. As long as the combinations are not exactly the same, there should be no copyright problem (sorry, should have chequed first before saying you were making a mistake)

                          I do stick to the idea that if you design a wheel that has exactly the same combinations as an earlier copyrighted wheel, there is a problem. If you create a melody for a song that has already been created by someone else (even if you are not aware of it), you have a problem too. I think that's the same as with the combinations.

                          We got the right to use the Bluskov wheel in our software, we do not have the right to distribute them freely. If I do that, I'll get trouble with the publisher.

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                            Quote: Originally posted by luckycat on October 10, 2003

                            irvin

                            can u elaberate on   nick's system??








                            Nicks LottoDesignerXL is a MS Excel based porgram / spreadsheet.



                            You set the values for the wheel you want to create.



                            But the best feature is the constraints I use this all the time.



                            Basically with the constraints you can set how many numbers are odd / even, low / high, LDs, decades etc.



                            If you are looking for the programme just do a search on Google.



                            Regards,



                            Irvin.
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                              Quote: Originally posted by luckycat on October 10, 2003



                              guru:

                              you kept ur word and posted before the draw:

                              now if u got 10numbers/ you wheel them a certain way correct?

                              how many tickets must u buy? and how many numbers of the 10 must u have to win any prize in BELGIUM?.WHAT TIME sat will u post the results. sssuuuuuuuuure hope you cracked the code  good luck.




                              By the looks of things,,when he played earlier this week he played 30 lines. IN USA Lotto terms , that's thirty bucks.
                                 
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