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Posted: December 15, 2003, 5:28 am - IP Logged

PLAY NUMBERS 1 THRU 10 STARTING

AND 5 OTHERS ALL STATES with 6 DIGIT!

& FOR THE NEW YEAR EVERY ONE FLUSH THEIR TOILETS @ 12 NOON?

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    Posted: December 15, 2003, 6:35 am - IP Logged

    According to the Iraqi Information Minister, we did *not* capture Saddam yesterday. That was Santa Claus!

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      Its funny since I've shared part of my secret in dealing with decades how members are suddenly talking about wheeling decades to predict numbers. Note to the wise until you fully understand how to work with decades its will be just a waste of your time and money if you use the decade method.

       

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        Posted: December 15, 2003, 12:29 pm - IP Logged

        welcome back  ants,

         

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

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          Posted: December 15, 2003, 6:54 pm - IP Logged

          I forst read about decades on a forum about the canadian 6/49. They pretty much used it as a component in larger systems... that's not why I went there, it happens to be where the WinHunter thread is at... now there's a complex piece of software (coolest is the fact that it's open source and free ,it's just a bit daunting, but it lets you write your own filters)

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

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                Posted: December 16, 2003, 4:30 am - IP Logged

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                  Posted: December 16, 2003, 2:18 pm - IP Logged
                  Quote: Originally posted by ants on December 15, 2003


                  Its funny since I've shared part of my secret in dealing with decades how members are suddenly talking about wheeling decades to predict numbers. Note to the wise until you fully understand how to work with decades its will be just a waste of your time and money if you use the decade method.


                  After studying the past 40 or 50 drawings of prospective lotto trying wheeling the best 2 or 3 decades.  It may not positivly guarantee the big jackpot but you may end up winning some smaller prizes.







                  Decade strategies sound good at first but the final digit makes the number.

                  If you are playing a 6/49 lotto and you choose to wheel two decades you would be wheeling 19 to 20 numbers. Using the Ohio Super Lotto 6/49 the decades 1x and 4x are the best performing decades producing 4# wins about 40% of the drawings. Now 20 numbers wheeled into a 3if3 would be 85 combinations, in Ohio 3#'s will get you a free quick pick and a 4# win is only $100. Playing a 20# 3if3 in 85c gives you a 24.5% chance of having a 4 number winner if 4 of the numbers you chosen are drawn.

                  Counting the bonus number as a number drawn a number played the Ohio Super Lotto draws on average four decades and five to six final digits every drawing. The best four decades being 0x, 1x, 2x, 4x but, in the last seven drawings the decades 1x, 2x, 3x, 4x have hit no less then 6 numbers.

                  As for final digits, in the last 10 drawings x1, x4, x6, x9 are in the 60% range and the x5's are in the 40% range where all other final digits are in the 50% range. Choosing final digits is the hardest part of choosing numbers for play.

                  Good Luck!