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NUMBER SETS TO PLAY FROM DIFFERENT METHODS
Open Forum [no new posts] History Methods (1 Viewing)
Intuitively, Lotto Players are drawn to the erroneous concept that the prior history for a Lotto Game has some bearing on the next draw. This will be investigated thoroughly in this Forum.
9 9 September 15 2011 at 7:18am
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Open Forum [no new posts] Covers or Wheels with Guarantees and Unique 3's
A Cover is a set of combs to play using all or some of the pool of integers for the relevant Lotto game that guarantees a win for a specified combination of say three or four integers.
8 8 November 19 2007 at 6:22pm
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Open Forum [no new posts] Multiple Win Covers or Wheels
As the number of combs played increases so should your chances of multiple lower prize wins. Here we look at guaranteed multiple wins for a partial or full pool of the game you are playing.
2 2 May 22 2009 at 9:56am
By Colin F View Last Post
Open Forum [no new posts] Matrix Offsets - Jackpot games Pick 5, Pick 6 & Pick 7.
A simple and successful way to arrive at the numbers to play - use a matrix. You can do this using blackboard and chalk, bark and charcoal or pencil and paper. It costs you nothing.
18 22 June 14 2010 at 10:39pm
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ANALYSIS OF VARIOUS LOTTO NUMBER SETS
Open Forum [no new posts] Prize Tables for Covers or Wheels in 6/49 Lotto Game
A Prize Table needs to be relevant to the Lotto game being played not the lesser Pool in a Cover or Wheel
3 3 April 16 2014 at 5:39pm
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Open Forum [no new posts] Analysis by Grouping Win Results per Possible Winning Number (1 Viewing)
For any set of numbers you play in a Lotto game the winning number possibilities where you get something or nothing can be grouped by the win mixture. Which is the best set to play?
5 19 October 10 2010 at 10:10pm
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WORLD RECORD LOTTO COVERS (WHEELS WITH GUARANTEE)
Open Forum [no new posts] Reference Tables for Cover Upper Bounds & Merges
Reference table for the upper bounds ie least number of lines for various prize levels for various Pools without regard to their merits to be played in Lotto and also tables for Merge Covers
2 2 January 20 2010 at 10:03pm
By Colin F View Last Post
Open Forum [no new posts] Best Yield Normal Distribution Lotto Covers (1 Viewing)
Qualifying Covers do not have repeats of paying subsets in the set played such as Twos or Threes because to do so diminishes your chances of winning a prize in the Lotto game.
Sub Forum(s): Superseded Normal Distribution Lotto Record Covers, Lotto Covers Non-Distorted Distribution but repeat subsets
9 14 February 11 2010 at 6:13pm
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LOTTO PROBABILITY, COVERAGE AND PROGRAMMING
Open Forum [no new posts] Calculating the Coverage of Combs by your Lotto Number Set
Discuss here the methodology of Coverage which is the number of Combinations from all the possibilities containing a nominated subset from a play set.
2 10 August 11 2010 at 6:07pm
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Open Forum [no new posts] Lotto Number Analysis Using Excel, Access and Visual Basic
Lotto Number Analysis can be a challenging focus for developing your skills in Programming and SQL.
7 10 May 05 2011 at 3:39am
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INTRODUCTION AND GENERAL LOTTO RELATED DISCUSSION
Open Forum [no new posts] Welcome and useful information on using the Forums.
General introduction to Forum, Privacy, Rich Text Editor (Inserting Tables etc.), your Test Results and Avatar guidelines.
8 9 October 22 2006 at 1:45pm
By Lottery Queen View Last Post
Open Forum [no new posts] Questions, Answers, Information and Comments
Ask a reasonable question on Lotto or this site and you will get a considered, honest reply or make a pertinent comment on Lotto or a related subject.
30 58 April 07 2014 at 11:23pm
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LOTTO PLAYING SYSTEMS TEST RUN RESULTS
Open Forum [no new posts] Do they Work? Systems, Covers, Designs and Wheels tested.
Test Runs using a Computer Model determine how a System or Method of Play performs compared to using Quick Picks or Random Selections.
25 33 October 31 2013 at 7:40pm
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LOTTO THEORY, CONCEPTS AND METHODS OF PLAY
Open Forum [no new posts] Pick 3, Pick 4, Pick 5, Pick 6 & Powerball (2 Viewing)
Discuss here useful methods and tools for Pick 3, Pick 4 and Jackpot Type Games. Pick 3 has 1,000 possibilities and Pick 4 10,000. The rest are Jackpot type with odds of up to 1 in millions.
25 55 November 22 2009 at 1:13am
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Open Forum [no new posts] Playing Lotto Pick 3 at State 500:1 or Online 900:1 Payouts
The Goverment run Pick 3 Lotto games return only 50% in payouts but the OnLine operators use the same drawn numbers and return 90%. How can the scheme merchants overcome an 80% difference?
14 24 September 01 2006 at 10:25pm
By Colin F View Last Post
Open Forum [no new posts] Theory and Concepts
Discuss Topics such as using Lotto Histories, Independent Events, Random Number Generators (PRNG's or RNG's), Probabilty, Wheels/Coverage etc.
26 63 September 16 2012 at 10:10pm
By Colin F View Last Post
Open Forum [no new posts] Lotto without numbers.
In Probability books it is common to use a deck of Cards or Dice to illustrate the solving of problems. Here we use objects such as Cards or Dog Breeds in our quest for the Perfect Wheel.
2 3 September 04 2007 at 2:13pm
By winamillion View Last Post
Open Forum [no new posts] History is History! Wheels are De-Wheeled!
You may examine a Lotto History and see how it has conformed to Probability Expectations but as a guide to future drawings it is no better than any other same game history, anywhere!
4 4 June 06 2009 at 6:47am
By Colin F View Last Post
Open Forum [no new posts] Links with Comments to Lotto Related Articles
Links generally must be to informative and relevant articles hosted at neutral sites with little or no advertising. Links to con-artist sites or sites with links to such sites are disallowed
6 6 June 10 2010 at 7:36pm
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Open Forum [no new posts] PerfectLotto™
Let's examine a 6/49 Lotto Game where the History is relevant - still random but where each integer repeats 6 times every 49 draws. The 49th draw is 100% predictable - but is the 48th?
3 3 September 03 2007 at 7:57pm
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Scientifically Based Lotto Program
Open Forum [no new posts] LottoToWin ®
LottoToWin ® the online program by Colin Fairbrother generates Lotto number sets to play with minimum duplicates, using all the integers and maximizing 6's or 5's coverage.
2 4 October 07 2012 at 8:12pm
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KENO
Open Forum [no new posts] Keno and Lotto Compared
Keno differs from Lotto in that the size of the line played is not fixed. In Classic Lotto you play 6 integers per line whereas the line length in Keno may be from 1 to a maximum of 20.
1 1 August 21 2011 at 8:36pm
By Colin F View Last Post


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