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Posted: April 16, 2004, 5:54 pm - IP Logged

A friend of mine sent me a link to this book today, The Truth About Lotto.  I was pretty blown away.  This guys is right on.  It totally changed the way I play lotto now.  Anyway, just thought i'd share.  Here it is if anyone wants to check it out, http://www.truthaboutlotto.com

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    Well.....it's a book alright.  But you only get to read the first chapter and then you have to BUY the book!

    Dont know if my curiosity is enough to know about that $1.00 method unless yourself a $1.00 a day and double payment each daylol

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      Quote: Originally posted by tanner7873 on April 16, 2004



      A friend of mine sent me a link to this book today, The Truth About Lotto.  I was pretty blown away.  This guys is right on.  It totally changed the way I play lotto now.  Anyway, just thought i'd share.  Here it is if anyone wants to check it out, http://www.truthaboutlotto.com







      These days I count myself lucky if I learn one new thing from lottery information being sold.  I can say without a doubt I didn't learn anything new from this book and if you've visited the lottery sites I've posted you won't either.  All the author's lottery reference source materials are over ten years old.  The author apparently never updated his lottery information resources creating his own lottery software instead, giving him "proof" on ways not to play, but no idea how to play beyond pooling and buying Quick Picks.  Even this he flip flops on saying not to play certain ways, then later saying it can't hurt either.

      As this is an e-book easy to "fix" my advice to this poster/author is to do some quick rewrites giving people looking for lottery information to HELP them win, find what they are looking for.  Oh, and the 12# wheel example, the first two combinations are the same. 

      The dollar a day, not a lotto system, supposedly worth the value of the book requires finding a source that pays 10, 15 and 20 percent interest rates recommended by reference material written 
      prior to 9/11, good luck with that.  BobP


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        Tanner7873,

        Was your friend that sent you the link the Author?  You just joined Lotterypost on 04/16/04 and this was your first post?  Sounds like marketing or drive by SPAM to me.....

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          Sorry guys didn't know it was a big deal.  I've been checking out this forum for a while but felt I didn't have anything to really contribute.  I'm new to playing lotto so after I read this book I thought it was good info and wanted to let you guys know about it.  I liked it.

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            Tanner = I read the first chapter of the book and didnt find anything in it that would make me want to read the rest of it.  I've tracked Pick 3 for 10 years and during that time have made a thorough analysis of the 1000 combinations.  Have looked at these digits just about every direction you can look at them except using a "mathematical formula" which I dont think there is one.

            In all the years that I've tracked Pick 3 I have come to the conclusion that you first have to have a thorough understanding of the makeup of the 1000 combinations and study what plays more often then others.  Then just use good common sense to "eliminate to determinate". 

            Apply the facts and track the facts!  So the first step is to "learn the facts".

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              Posted: April 23, 2004, 1:24 pm - IP Logged

              Amen Clipper.  That's

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                Posted: April 23, 2004, 2:21 pm - IP Logged

                True,True ,True !!!

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                  Posted: April 23, 2004, 2:22 pm - IP Logged
                  Quote: Originally posted by Clipper on April 23, 2004



                  Tanner = I read the first chapter of the book and didnt find anything in it that would make me want to read the rest of it.  I've tracked Pick 3 for 10 years and during that time have made a thorough analysis of the 1000 combinations.  Have looked at these digits just about every direction you can look at them except using a "mathematical formula" which I dont think there is one.

                  In all the years that I've tracked Pick 3 I have come to the conclusion that you first have to have a thorough understanding of the makeup of the 1000 combinations and study what plays more often then others.  Then just use good common sense to "eliminate to determinate". 

                  Apply the facts and track the facts!  So the first step is to "learn the facts".





                  Yes I do agree! With just basic knowlage like this! Do all the people who who play this know this!

                  *3 Digit

                  BOXES *220 Boxes=10 triples=90 doubles=120 straight numbers.

                  *3 Digit

                  STRAIGHT  *1,000 combations=10 triples=270 doubles=720 straight numbers.

                  I sure in hell did'nt!

                  But as all numbers repeate by day, month & year!  All you have to do is keep track of them by the same and play them the top say 10/20 straight  or boxed!

                  Or the $41.50 theroy play $1.00 straight on 20 numbers or $ .50 straight on 40 numbers. And the rest $ 21.50 $ 1.00 boxed on 20 numbers and  $ .50 on 1 or $ 21.50 boxed on 43 numbers!

                  Each day play that amount !  You will spent that at the race track!

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                    Makes you wonder MrSteele = that info was one of the first things I learned when I started tracking.  Most people just dont want to spend the time to study and learn the facts. 

                    They just want to "jump in" and start playing without "rhyme or reason".  Probably playing on the basis that it is "all luck".  That's another think I dont believe in.....luck.  I believe you create your own "luck" and lack of "action" and/or procrastination generally brings you "bad luck".

                    Once people learn the facts and are able to discard the idea that most formally educated mathematicans will  push is....that all combinations have the same "chance" of playing because the "odds" are the same.  If you let that thinking sway you, you will always have it in the back of your head when you play that....Oh...I gotta play that combo because it has the same "chance".

                    There is such a thing as making an "educated" determination of what to play.

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                      Posted: April 23, 2004, 2:43 pm - IP Logged

                      Even such as my 830 ?

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                        PeterAdvanced=Of all the combinations you posted yesterday for Midday today, the 830 was the only one that had more of a chance of playing then the others based upon the "facts" of what plays.

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                          Posted: April 23, 2004, 2:54 pm - IP Logged

                          In many ways this is a one room school house where people are at different levels of lottery education.  The thing is you can give yourself a leg up on the other people on line buying tickets by knowing the basic facts about the lotto.

                          If you're still discovering new things everyone else seems to know about, chew your way through a free information site like http://www.lotto-logix.com/ or just read the articles on the articles page at Lotto-Logix.  The Lottery Concepts report is every bit as good as any book you'd pay $9.99 for and it's free !!!

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                                  I was just reading the posts here in regards to the person who wanted to share info about what they thought might be interesting to others.I AM a newby to learning lottery,and I'll take all the advice/help that you "experienced" players will dish out, but you DON'T have to chew us up and spit us out because we make what seems to be silly posts to you,we have to LEARN these things and if you want to be role models, you need PATIENCE! Clipper, your homepage is one heck of a page!I really enjoyed it! Peace ladies and gents!    Tarzan

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                              Posted: April 23, 2004, 3:10 pm - IP Logged

                              Thanks Tarzan.....I had a fun time making that page up <G>