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Posted: November 30, 2003, 1:11 am - IP Logged

For anybody that programs lottery software(eg. Guru, LottoKing etc), you might want to check this website www.saliu.com He's a mathematician who offers free programs etc. on lotteries and gambling in general.  I figure the technically inclined members might find it useful.  As for myself, I'll keep digging around for any tidbits that might be useful.

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    Posted: November 30, 2003, 1:22 am - IP Logged

    I should add that sometimes you get the proverbial gateway timeout to get to his site, just keep trying it's there. The only thing is that his programs run in DOS(eek!), but he has all sorts of theories, software programs and probabilities for various gambling games. I've used one of his theories on roulette a couple of times and made a couple of hundred dollars.  Hardly a fair test, but nonetheless profitable. Regardless, this site is a programmer's and mathematician's delight.  Enjoy!!

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      Posted: November 30, 2003, 9:49 pm - IP Logged

      do u have to download  in DOS to get the programs??

       

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        Posted: December 1, 2003, 6:51 am - IP Logged

        Not sure, but there are instructions on how to download etc., just check around on his site.  He also has a message board. In my case I just used one of his theories for Roulette.  Maybe some on our forum can explain using DOS programs.