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Bet Slip Geometrical Draw Patterns

Topic closed. 11 replies. Last post 13 years ago by RJOh.

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Do You Think Visual Analysis Of Drawn Numbers On Bet Slip Can Help Better Predict Likely Numbers?!

Yes, I Have Been Successful With This! [ 2 ]  [15.38%]
No, Geometry Has No Bearing On Odds! [ 4 ]  [30.77%]
Yes, This Program Does It (Download Link Given). [ 4 ]  [30.77%]
No I Analyze It With My Own Visual Method. [ 1 ]  [7.69%]
I Don't Care; I Use Lucky Pick! [ 0 ]  [0.00%]
I Arrange Numbers Differently Than Bet Slip! [ 2 ]  [15.38%]
Total Valid Votes [ 13 ]  
Discarded Votes [ 6 ]  
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Bangalore
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Posted: October 19, 2003, 6:51 am - IP Logged

Hi Folks,

Here Is Another One. No Math. No Statistic. Just Pure, Visual, Geometric Method...Err No Need To Reach Out For Your Geometry Tool Box...! Just A Pencil And A Plain Bet Slip Will Do! All Visual!

If Anyone Out Here Is A Proponent Of This Rather Down-To-Earth Method And Has Met With Success, Please Share Your Ideas.

Let Tonight's House ODDS Be On You!

Love All!

    luckycat's avatar - animaniacs24

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    Posted: October 19, 2003, 7:05 am - IP Logged

    where is the download link???

    would like to see it.??

     

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      Bangalore
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      Posted: October 19, 2003, 7:12 am - IP Logged

      Dear All And LuckyCat:

      By "Yes, This Program Does It (Download Link Given)", I Am Supposed To Be Giving A VOTING Choice To You People, The Voters!

      So You Know, Onus Of Letting Me Know About Such A Program IS On You, Friends! I Don't Know OF Any Such Program As Yet!

      Hope I Am Clear Now!

      Thanks.

        Thomas Covenant's avatar - money
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        Posted: October 19, 2003, 6:39 pm - IP Logged

        The bad thing about bet slip Geometrical Draw Patterns is that a lot of people do it. If you win a big jackpot, be prepared to share it with a lot of people.


        Okay, now I believe you can predict lottery numbers

          Irvin's avatar - Goolag

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          Posted: October 19, 2003, 8:05 pm - IP Logged

          I use the card layout to restrict the amount of numbers to be picked from a minimum of 0 to a max of 2 per row or column.



          I use this in the constraints section of Nicks LottoDesignerXL.



            RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
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            Posted: October 19, 2003, 9:14 pm - IP Logged

            My loto program has a card layout for all four lotteries that I play which I use when I add  or edit a record in a file.  I also use those layouts when I fill out my cards so I can spot a mistake if a card looks different than the layout.  I've checked the patterns of pass winners and there is no common pattern.  I have a layouts for 5/52 Megamillions(Ohio 8x7 sqs) and a 5/53 Powerball(Indiana 9x6 sqs) and the cards are laid out differently.  Card layouts for both games varies by states, an Indiana Powerball card looks different than a Kentucky Powerball card, so the same pattern produces different combinations for the same game in different states.

            RJOh

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              dvdiva's avatar - 8ball

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              Posted: October 20, 2003, 12:23 am - IP Logged

              i didnt know the slips were different in different states like that - oregon is a 9x6 for powerball as well so its probably the same as indiana and mega in wa. state is also a 9x6 format as well so the mega for wa. state slips would be different than ohio's

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                Bangalore
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                Posted: October 20, 2003, 4:37 am - IP Logged

                Hi All,

                What if the bet slip layouts are DIFFERENT; if the number range is SAME, then how about creating our OWN layout for pattern anylysis purposes.

                This way I guess it should be a lot easier to analyze SAME type of lotteries played in different states and something really interesting should emerge...For example, friends, and relatives, and lotto betting experts in different states can discuss ideas about a particular lotto using the SAME layout, after SHARING IT!

                If you play in groups/syndicates, try doing it for your PowerBall Lotto! If you find this idea a NOVEL one, gift me 1% of your post tax winnings! (...LOL...).

                Has anyone tried it?! I want to know. Also If you have a DIFFERENT idea, please don't shy away from sharing it.

                GreenBacks to you all!

                DreamLotto

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                  Posted: October 20, 2003, 5:18 am - IP Logged

                  Dear RJoh,

                  What's your program's name?!

                  Thanks.

                    RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
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                    Posted: October 20, 2003, 10:22 am - IP Logged

                    DreamLotto,

                    I named my program 'loto' (my program-my name).  I wrote it years ago in GWBasic and have revised it as the games changed.  I've never updated it to a newer language because I've never taken the time to learn one and it works fine in a DOS or Command window in Windows.  No commercial lottery program offer such a feature but  some like Lotto Pro offer templates for printing your bet slips.

                    dvdiva,

                    Some states use the same size grid, but lay them out differently.  Ohio's mega grid is laid out vertical and Indiana's power grid is laid out horizontal.

                    RJOh

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                      RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
                      mid-Ohio
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                      Posted: November 4, 2003, 9:11 pm - IP Logged
                      Quote: Originally posted by RJOh on October 19, 2003



                      My loto program has a card layout for all four lotteries that I play which I use when I add  or edit a record in a file.  I also use those layouts when I fill out my cards so I can spot a mistake if a card looks different than the layout. 






                      My program became obsolete tonight.  When I played MegaMillion tonight at a different place, I noticed that Ohio had changed its SuperLotto and Buckeye5 cards. The old SuperLotto card had 10 play sections 9x6 squares and the new card has 5 play sections 5x10 squares.  The old Buckeye5 card had 10 play sections 8x5 squares and the new card has 5 play sections 5x8 squares.  The place I normally play still have the old cards and their machine had been reading my cards wrong, so they might not even know that the cards have changed.  One would think that the lottery commission would notify all their retailers when they make changes.

                      RJOh

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                        RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
                        mid-Ohio
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                        Posted: November 8, 2003, 12:46 pm - IP Logged

                        Program updated with new templates for Buckeye5 and OhioSuperLotto cards and the patterns are still just as random.  It's interesting the Ohio changed its cards to 5 boards from 10 boards, it was the only state that I've played in lately that had that many boards per card.

                        RJOh

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