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Posted: September 27, 2004, 9:12 pm - IP Logged

hi,

can anyone give opinion on the ebook by Stefan Vandevelde titled

can check at this page  www.lottotrix.com

thanks

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    cbh33(Stefan Vandevekde),

    I have to assume since this is your first and only post, you're not really interested in getting anybody opinion but just using the forum to sell your e-book.  There was a member by the name of LuckyHorse who tried selling the same (e-book)system over a year ago, maybe you can do a search and get some of the responses to his post.

    RJOh

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      You can find one of those posts here:

      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/73940

      Good luck to you.
      RJOh

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          Posted: September 28, 2004, 6:43 am - IP Logged

          hi RJOH,

          i am surprised that u are assuming that i am selling the said ebook. my apology if i did not make myself clear. i am sincerely seeking an opinion here and i m not stefan as u assume.

          anyway thanks for the other opinion.

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            Posted: September 28, 2004, 1:49 pm - IP Logged
            Quote: Originally posted by cbh33 on September 27, 2004



            hi,

            can anyone give opinion on the ebook by Stefan Vandevelde titled

            can check at this page  www.lottotrix.com

            thanks





            My opinion is that if you can't win the lottery then you should write a book.....

            "Everybody has to believe in something...I believe I'll have another beer!"   = W.C.Fields                      

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              Posted: September 28, 2004, 7:32 pm - IP Logged

              If you're not learjet35a, he gets commission credit if anyone buys Lottotrix through the link you posted, let your mouse hover over "can check on this page" in your original post and look on the bottom left bar to see the affiliate link you posted.

              Anyway, the systems are based on 2if2 wheeling.  This is a wheel that guarantees you will have at least two of the winning numbers on a line if two of the winning numbers are among those numbers you are wheeling.

              2if wheels don't get a lot of press because you usually need at least three winning numbers on a line to win a prize. 

              When all the numbers are put into play on a 2if2 wheel it gets a little more interesting, because usually you're looking at about 95% coverage of 3if which means a very good chance of winning some small something almost every time.  Negative is you're spending ten times what you're winning while hoping to get lucky without any guarantee of winning anything. 

              As there is nothing wrong with playing a 3if5 or 3if6 open cover, there can be nothing wrong with playing a 2if2 closed cover unless you don't understand what you're doing or why you're doing it. 

              In short, it isn't a scam or trick, just another way of playing to consider. BobP

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                Posted: September 28, 2004, 11:52 pm - IP Logged
                Quote: Originally posted by BobP on September 28, 2004


                >>> In short, it isn't a scam or trick, just another way of playing to consider. BobP



                I agree with BobP and will add that there's no need to pay for 2if2 wheels such as this Trix system offers, they are available to anyone who wants to do a bit of searching.

                Stefan's (?) system has been exposed for what it really is, and in the process (on another Lotto BB) it was found that his site is misleading hype. In that discussion he tried to defend it without any luck.

                So as someone else aptly put it before " Why pay for something you can get for free ? "


                 

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                  Posted: September 29, 2004, 8:35 am - IP Logged

                  hi,

                  thanks to fja,bobp and lottoshleps for ur opinion and i wont be buying the said book. save my $$$ for the lotto game. for ur info my game need at least a 3+1 to win a prize....tonite i got a 4 of 6 for 6/42 game.

                  any suggestion for any good wheel or software....i am considering getting the GH software.


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                    Posted: September 29, 2004, 9:27 am - IP Logged

                    Hi,

                    This guy (stefan vandevelde) lives only a few miles away from me.

                    Unfortunately I don't find much good in his system.

                    I've explained in former posts why his system doesn't improves the odds at all. (try a search on lottotrix to find my former posts)

                    Basicly he increases the probability of winning 2 to a 100% certainty by decreasing the probability of matching something bigger.

                    His theory is that you only have to match 4 numbers because you are guaranteed of matching two. Thus he claims this must improve the odds significantly.

                    In a way he is right because it has become some sort of pick4 game with better odds.

                    But what he forgets to tell is that in this way it has become a very expensive pick4 game because you need several lines to get to that point. So this results in a pick4 game that is 30 to 40 times more expensive.

                    + matching 3 or 4 with 6 numbers is already difficult. Then matching 3 or 4 with just the remaining 4 numbers becomes even a lot more difficult. Especially because you'll have to match those extra 3 or 4 in just 1 surviving line in his system.

                    Didn't have much time to explain. Hope it's clear enough to you.

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                      Posted: September 29, 2004, 9:59 am - IP Logged

                      thanks GURU

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                        Quote: Originally posted by cbh33 on September 29, 2004



                        hi,

                        thanks to fja,bobp and lottoshleps for ur opinion and i wont be buying the said book. save my $$$ for the lotto game. for ur info my game need at least a 3+1 to win a prize....tonite i got a 4 of 6 for 6/42 game.

                        any suggestion for any good wheel or software....i am considering getting the GH software.




                        The GH software is very good and I've never regretted buying it, but it simply does not predict winning numbers worth a damn.  Trouble is, none of them do so you are stuck trying to make the software do what the author couldn't, ie: win!!!

                        There is a long list of lottery software at the Lottery Software Directory here at
                        http://www.lotto-logix.com/software.html

                        Most offer some sort of free demo so you can see what the challenge is going to be to make it work for you.  Usually it takes at least two lottery software to get the job done.  For example I let the GH software post all the numbers just to get the order and use a pattern of positions that often contain the winning numbers which I then load into a homemade wheel ported to Lottery Director for filtering or build a wheel based on those numbers in Lotwin.  Even so I'm usually spending twenty or more to win five, arrrrrgh!!!  BobP
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                          Posted: September 30, 2004, 9:56 am - IP Logged

                          hi,

                          thanks bobp, ur opinion much appreciated. i would be looking into GH software.