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The minimum guarantee for example, want to match a minimum of 3 numbers , 2. The number of lottery numbers drawn that must fall within your set of numbers in order to guarantee a prize, and, 3.
How many different numbers you're including in the wheel. A short version of the 3 key elements of the wheel is: Guaranteed X-win if Y of the numbers drawn are in your set of Z numbers.
Shorter still, the common nomenclature to describe a wheel is: As your number widens, and you increase your guarantee to a greater number of matches, the number of tickets you use is quite large. That's why you should set a budget limit before you start 49 playing. Don't think you will win every time, because even with a wheel, you're still only covering a very small set of the game's total combinations. There are three different types of wheels, which offer different levels of coverage of your numbers: This system has a great advantage because you can win prizes if 3 or more numbers drawn are on your ticket.
This is ideal for large pools of players. Filtering Gold and Platinum members have access. This reduces the number of combinations included in your Full Wheel. Filtering is available only on Full Wheels, because if used on other systems, they will lose their guarantees. Key WheeIs Gold and Platinum members have access. You should use it only when you're sure that a certain number will appear.
Abbreviated WheeIs Platinum members have access. Doesn't cover all possible combinations, but guarantees at least one winning ticket if some of your numbers fall within the drawn numbers. This is a very good system because it offers a unique combination between a good coverage of numbers and a reasonable budget. A Beginner's Look at WheeIing The 3 if 5 in 12 numbers 2 combinations is the simplest wheel and is created when you download 2 tickets with 12 different numbers between them.
Two tickets. Write any 5 numbers from , 3 of them have to be on one ticket or the other, if you have 55 of the 6 winning numbers among your 2 tickets, you have to win something. This works if you replace those 12 numbers with any set of 12 different numbers. You are covering a third of the numbers on 3 tickets and have a shot at a prize. Now, let's take this 4 if 6 in 12 number 6 combination wheel and add a 7th ticket with all different numbers bringing the total up to We have the 4 if wheel and the 3 if wheel at a reasonable price.
From now on it will get more expensive to play. Advanced WheeIing Within every six number combination the following prize winning opportunities are found: Three tickets with 50 all eighteen numbers different cover better than 80 percent of the combinations necessary to guarantee a 3if6in18n prize if all six of the winning numbers are to be found among the 18 being wheeled.
These are the pointers for a 4if5in9n3c wheel Unfortunately the program could not be stopped at that ideal point and kept on going.
Remember the 4if5in9n2c wheel above; well here it is at the front of a 4if6in12n6c wheel. Many wheels these days are made by putting a 3if3 wheel next to a 3if4 wheel to make an overall 3if6 cover, because if all six winning numbers fall among those being played, at least 3 must fall onto the 3if3 or if not, then 4 must fall onto the 3if4 half of the wheel, if you want to win a 3 prize. You have better chances of getting all the winning numbers if they are of equal sizes and strength.
You should play in a way that it's for you. All sorts of "experts" say Frequency is more important in lottery. Some cheap lottery software has charts, which only count how many times each number was drawn over a range of drawings. Sophisticated software provides a selectable range of history for its frequency chart with graphic 3D display of what's Hot and what's not. The most important thing is to know what Hot and Cold numbers contribute to making up a winning combination!
Let's define our terms "Hot and Cold" numbers: As numbers with 3 or more hits in the last 12 draws. As numbers with hits in the last 12 draws. As numbers with 0 Zero hits in the last 12 draws. We have only one incident where "Hot and Cold" combine to make a jackpot possible.
The way to play is to cover the full spread with overlapping sub wheels inside the larger 53 covering the first 10 and last 5, the mid Good luck! DeIta Lottery Number Reduction They are actually figuring out the span between each number, learning the first as a starting point of reference. You could know the first 2 numbers in ascending order, if you knew the lowest numbers and the span. The span is the s for the 7 draws above. Adding the first lowest numbers and the span forms the second number.
Position meaning p1-p2, p2-p3, p3-p4, p4-p5, p5-p6. The last number is the total span value or delta occurrences. Even if you play a mix of the most commonly occurring spans, you won't win a jackpot because you wouldn't know which the lowest numbers are. Decade Reduction Strategy This strategy is not a sure thing, but the safest thing to do is to find 3 decades that are drawn together most often and play the numbers within those decades.
When you capture 5 or 6 numbers, it can happen several times in a row. The 2-decade groups have 20 numbers.
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At first wheel, use all of the numbers from the 2-decade groups eliminating the 2 numbers that end in 0. The second wheel uses 6 numbers, from 3-decade groups, numbers from the first wheel and numbers from the next.
The next drawing uses the next sets of numbers only captures 4 numbers that 6 - 2's and 1- 3 without counting the bonus number. Find a strategy that you like and stick to it.
Your purpose isn't to chase the numbers but to catch them. Money Management Systems t is the bastard mix of magician and advertising. Stage magic is all about misdirecting the viewers' focus away from how the trick is performed. So, money management was the stepchild of the gaming system industry.
Now things are different. We see ads on how to win big money at games with small payouts, win ten grand at roulette, win a quarter of a million at Pick-3, download the system and find out how! The magician directs your attention away from the prediction system or the money management system's total lack of a prediction system.
Mathematically speaking, a winning Pick-3 system that plays at a profit over time is impossible, because the state only returns fifty cents on the dollar. The best system 've seen is Mastermind The trouble is that you're playing between 36 and 50 numbers, so you'd get only 5 or 8 doubled plays before having to start over again. Say, you're playing 50 tickets and one hits straight.
And here you have your quarter of a million provided.
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You can even play games with the numbers trying for a better jumping off point. Another problem is paying taxes on each step of the winning system. Just think that the lottery is going to hand you a check the next day for those amounts above without stripping off taxes, think again. This system could ruin you. You must understand that lottery is not designed to be won, so it takes a good system and a healthy dose of luck to reach the winners' circle.
Winners and Losers The table below is a summary of the points of comparison between winners and losers. There are 16 of them.
A detailed treatment for each of these points follows the table. Winners o Think for themselves o Use common sense o Use valid analysis methodology o Confirm their findings o Accept and deal with the facts o Understand that there are no secrets o Avoid Voodoo o Avoid bad software o Don't depend on wheels o Actually do play o Play only when the conditions are right o Avoid bad games o Don't gamble o Utilize free resources o Share with others o Stick with it Losers Depend on others to do the work Abandon common sense Use invalid analysis methodology Rely on unconfirmed findings 58 gnore the facts and fantasize Chase secrets Chase Voodoo Use bad software Depend on wheels Rarely actually play Play under wrong conditions Play bad games Gamble beyond their means Spend on freely available resources Take from others Become anti-lottery crusaders.
Think For YourseIf There's nothing wrong with researching a subject and finding as much useful information as possible.
That is the way humans typically learn anything. The time comes, though, when it becomes important to start thinking for you. You must begin to question, verify and even challenge the basic knowledge you have. You must begin to forge new ideas by exploring unknown territory and formulate new theories by independent thought.
People who are willing to make this effort will be rewarded by making new discoveries and by adding those new discoveries to the body of knowledge. This has been the process of progress. Without it, the human race would still be relying on lightning strikes as the only source of fire. Winners will make the effort and prosper.
Losers will make no effort and wonder why they never win. Common Sense The study of lottery games is the same with the study of any other subject. You must apply a little common sense when you use the knowledge gained by that study. Winners will do this and losers won't. Valid Methodology Winners make sure that the methods they use are scientifically correct and valid. Losers are interested in achieving results good for them rather than how those results are achieved.
Working with data grounded on bad methodology will guarantee that you remain a consistent loser. Confirmation of Findings Winners confirm their findings obtained through research, but losers ignore this vital step and accept whatever happens to look good at the time.
Accept the Facts Winners accept and deal with whatever facts they find or discover, but losers ignore the facts and choose to base their conduct on wishful thinking and self-delusion. Losers are forever seeking a secret for cracking the lottery, which of course should be provided to them by whoever finds it. Voodoo Voodoo pertains to the lottery and is a term applied to any method that involves the metaphysical, paranormal and supernatural.
This includes astrology, numerology, necromancy, telepathy, dream analysis, biorhythms, magnetic anomalies, barometric pressure, Celtic runes, Tarot cards, Ching, Ouiji boards, black magic and crystal balls and many more. Winners avoid this kind of nonsense and reject these methods, but losers chase after these kinds of schemes.
Bad Software Lottery software is probably the most controversial subject. There is a great deal of lottery software available to the player nowadays. Some is free, but most costs money. Some is good, but most is trash. The following offers some guidance on how to tell the difference.
A Winner will choose software that: Provides visual attractiveness and functionality in the user interface Allows the user to import and export data using simple and common file formats. Gets the job done in a timely manner without overtaxing your system resources Doesn't require an nternet connection in order to function properly. Doesn't require a perpetual pay-per-use scheme. Doesn't require a version update fee every 6 months or even annually.
Offers a fully functional evaluation version Wheels This is another source of controversy. Wheels result from the work of some very clever people and can be a very useful tool for the lottery player.
A wheel allows the playing to select many more numbers than would normally be possible. The intent is that a properly constructed wheel should guarantee the player at least 1 ticket that matches a specified prize level.
This seems like a pretty attractive way to win some money when playing.
The whole concept is predicated on a number of very big Fs, which can be very easy to overlook by starry-eyed players.
That little word "guarantee can easily seduce a player into believing that they are playing with some kind of special advantage over any other method. This belief is false and here's why: You are guaranteed a win only F: The selected set of numbers contains at least the same amount of winning numbers as the guarantee stipulates. This is not easy to achieve, especially with small wheels.
The smaller the set of numbers is, the less chance you have of covering the guarantee, but the larger the set of numbers, the larger the amount of combinations that are generated. You must also be aware of the fact that there are 39,,,, ways to choose any set of 21 numbers from the 49 available. That number is so large that if it represented millimeters, it would equate to well over 4 light years in distance!
All the resulting combinations are played.
The problem is that a wheel will almost always produce combinations that you don't want, because they have such a low probability of occurrence. The selected numbers have been loaded into the wheel template in the right or favorable order. Most covering designs will give very different results depending on where the individual numbers are positioned. The following screenshot will perhaps serve to illustrate what all players are up against: Remember that you are much more likely to have 5 matching numbers than none at all and that you are most likely to have 3.
For the sake of this illustration though, let's imagine that you have somehow managed to beat the odds of almost to 1, and 6 of your 21 numbers have actually been drawn.
Take a look at the data within the blue rectangular border. The player to disqualify these 43, combinations for one reason or another has done nothing. They are just natural losers due to the simple mathematical facts inherent to the game. This still leaves over 10, combinations that are potential winners.
We are left with the thorny problem of somehow deciding which ones are worthy of playing and which ones aren't. Playing Winners use the knowledge they have gained and put their trust in it. They don't just talk the talk, but actually play, only when the conditions are favorable or when it just "feels right. Favorable conditions include things like waiting for the jackpot to roll over at least twice to a sizeable amount.
The benefits of this are three-fold: Losers tend to follow two opposing courses of action: They almost never download tickets, and when they do, it's under bad conditions. They play every draw. Bad Games A bad game is based on the following criteria: Cost vs.
All lottery games have high odds of winning, but some are truly ridiculous. Does the player have full or limited control over how the numbers are selected? How often are draws held? The worst offenders: Keno high odds, poor return, too frequent Daily Pick 3 or 4 - poor return, too frequent Powerball extremely high odds, poor return for anything but the jackpot Super 7 high odds, poor control There are no truly good or easy games, but some are better than others. Here's what to look for: Losers exercise poor judgment and play the lottery like it is some back-alley craps game.
Resources Winners find and use lottery resources that are free. Losers pay through the nose for the very same resources. Sharing Winners share their knowledge and resources for free, but losers do nothing but take.
Are You a Lotto Hunter or Trapper?
Then map the movements and occurrences of the numbers drawn to see what happens most often. Then with the knowledge of the static possibilities, you design a trap to try and capture the numbers when they are drawn.
What are its habits? What does it do the most? How does it move? Where does it spend its time most often? A trapper and a hunter are very similar, they are both after the same thing, but a trapper designs a trap sets it and waits, and a hunter tracks his or her prey upon its every move.
A trapper knows the beast's habits, where it lives and where it moves to most often and designs a trap to place in its path. A hunter knows the beast's habits, how it moves and the area it lives in the most often. Then the hunter tracks his prey and when he's in range, he takes aim and shoots at his target on its next move.
To trap numbers you need to know where they go most often and with this knowledge you choose a set of numbers based on your trap design that are most likely to move together and you place them in combinations based on your trap design. Remember that numbers have a wide range of paths to follow, so one must be patient and wait for the numbers to run the course that will lead them back down the path that you laid the trap on. To hunt numbers you can see where they last moved from and you can see where they last moved.
Now in hunting and trapping there are rules.
The first rule when hunting for numbers: So to take aim you must determine which numbers are most likely to move next and, when they do, you take your shot; remember that it takes six numbers to score a kill. When trying to capture numbers, you should know the area they go to most often, how they move, where they come from and where they go. Top 10 Myths about Lottery and why they are not true 've seen it all, the evolution of lottery from the simple monthly games to the exciting lottery games available today; the good that the lottery winners have had around the world; the benefits that lottery tickets sellers have realized for their businesses.
From the beginning, most lottery firms in the world have been operated in the public interest, by men and women, who take their responsibilities very seriously; that's why lotteries have such a great reputation for honesty and respectability.
For the first three lotteries in the US, former FB Special Agents were dunning the lottery because of their integrity. Later, former law enforcement people headed several lotteries. People who are against the lottery and don't have evidence to support their position tend to create myths about lotteries.
Myth 1 "The odds of being struck by a lightning are better than winning the lottery. Also, you can win without hitting the jackpot at the lottery, but what second prize does the lightning strike offer? Missing a lot of fun and possibly a prize is the only consequence to not playing lottery. Myth 3 "Lottery preys on poor by target marketing to those who can least afford to play" This is a very absurd myth because no one would focus on people who can't afford to download the product, as they will become bankrupt.
Usually, lottery products are marketed in qualifying retail outlets, which are predominantly supermarkets, gas stations and convenience stores. You won't see too many lotteries in areas where there are only some supermarkets, gas stations and convenience stores, but if there is a concentration of qualifying retail outlets you will see many more lotteries. So, you can imagine that the income level does not choose lottery sales sites.
Almost every player downloads his ticket in the area where he or she works, shops and not necessarily where he or she lives. Myth 4 "Lottery downloads are made mostly by low-income people" This is another unfounded myth. A survey conducted by the Washington Post found that middle-income people are the group that is most likely to play lottery. This survey says that: Myth 5 "That billboard thing in Illinois" The supporters of the lottery industry try to correct the bad press lottery, which the lottery received due to erroneous reporting about billboard placed in llinois in the year The llinois Lottery was charged by opponents with targeting advertising with a billboard picturing a lottery ticket and the wording "your ticket out of here.
The Washington Street located on the main access road to Chicago Stadium was chosen simply to reach an entertainment seeking audience. Myth 6 "You get nothing for your lottery download if you don't win a prize" Lottery is a game, therefore it is entertaining.
With the acquisition of a lottery game, the player gets the excitement of scratching latex squares, choosing his or her lucky number, or opening a pull-tab and maybe, if he or she is lucky, he or she will even get a prize.
Even non-winners have the second chance to win something, because they can enter in special drawings for a second prize. The probability of the game enhances the excitement and the fact that every ticket could become a winner ticket, if it 63 is played correctly, becomes an entertaining challenge.
Television has an important role in creating a new dimension of entertainment for lottery games, by adding comedy, drama and suspense in the show. Myth 7 "Lottery is responsible for the growing number of compulsive gamblers in the U. The survey pointed out that the availability of lotteries has absolutely no impact on the gambling problem.
Compulsive gamblers usually look for games that have sensory stimulation, high excitement, and where skills are needed. As you can well notice, sensory stimulation, high excitement and a skill level are not really a part of the lottery game. Although this is not a problem for the lotteries, the organizer doesn't ignore this issue, that's why lottery organizations include a Play Responsibly message.
Myth 8 "The state benefits from the lottery profits, so it can't be trusted to regulate their industry" You can imagine that if we trust the government to make tax policies and decisions regarding us and our future, we can trust them to regulate their own lottery organizations.
Lottery files and board meetings are made public and they are accessible to the media and citizens. Myth 9 "There is no guarantee that the lottery drawings are conducted fairly" Security has been of highest priority when selling lottery products and organizing public drawings.
The televised official drawings ensure every player that he or she has the same chance like everyone else to win. Although the secure printing facilities and controlled distribution increase the level of security, the lottery industry is mooring. A part of the lottery game is distributed to provide the hardware, software, tickets advertising and lottery retailers.
Here have given you all the tools to win the lottery. This is what and all the professional lottery players use. This is all you need, if you use it in the manner presented here. Play the game and win Larry B. END Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles. Jump to Page. Search inside document. Documents Similar To The.
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Experienced players have a long history of testing different systems, reading reports and lottery magazines, but also using computer software. Are you wondering why 'm offering my results so kindly? Sharing my work with other people will push me to work harder and improve my methods.
Your head is probably filled with the same questions that bother each lottery player. Has someone found a system that works? Why don't lucky winners win the second time? Are the organizers of the lottery cheaters? And many other questions. There are two groups of people that claim they could help you win the big prize: the psychics, who can predict the result, and the system builders, who give you all sorts of systems, which will hopefully work.
The first group, holding supernatural powers, wouldn't use their powers for themselves for achieving such shallow goals. The second group is very suspicious because you can't know which method is true and which is not.
Some of them won even five out of six, but they only have the technical competency and not the remote thought. You are so concentrated on winning that you end up overloading your mind with negative thoughts and then you can't concentrate on what is really important when you want to win.
A player who loses thinks that nothing works, he or she gets discouraged easily and passes very quickly from one state to another. They find all sorts of explanations why the system doesn't work and they are willing to share their ideas to everyone who is interested in learning how to become a loser. You should really stay away from this kind of people. On to systems You have to understand that the systems work only if the player has the education and skills to make them work.
Mathematicians say that each number has the exact same chance to be drawn. Any combination of six numbers that is being played has the same possibility to come out, just as any other. When you don't know what you are doing, you are going to find an explanation why every possible combination that you play will work. This is the reason you are playing it: you think it is a winning combination. Another tool that most players don't know how to use is the wheeling system, playing it without knowing what it can or can't do for their strategy.
Most of the systems work if you stick to them, but people want fast results and don't want to wait until the system works. When these systems pay results, people are already playing other systems.
Almost all people want unconsciously to stay in an "almost winning situation because it's better for their emotions. There is no other explanation why people sabotage themselves to stay on the losing side.
Hundreds of dollars are spent on systems that can be built by any player. The creators of a system take the past data and then create patterns of them. Even if data is added, the system should confirm the pattern.
Most systems are built that when this happens, it changes it completely. These are postdictive errors, i. Their systems are built to work in the past, but when you play them, they don't stick. Some people claim that any system can work, but they say this because they haven't really tested it to be sure. Other systems claim that the balls are in a competition one against the other to get out.
They say that if a number didn't come in a period of time, it is due to come out, and it is called a hot number. At the other spectrum there are the cold numbers. But, surprisingly, draw after draw, cold numbers are coming out and not hot ones. Do Any Systems Work? All the systems work to an extent. Mathematicians claim that each number has an equal chance of being drawn and every six combination you play is as god as any other. How many times after you bought a Quick Pick, you looked at it and had the impression that it wouldn't win?
Do you know why? Because you already know how a winning ticket should look like but you don't have the tools to construct one. Most reports show you the numbers, but they end up disagreeing.
You usually tend to find a very good reason why a number should be played your lucky number, your birthday, etc. Another popular system that is played by millions of people in different games is the Wheeling system. There are some systems that can "predict a winner only in the past and not in the future. The creator of the system worked backwards, from the winning draws and worked to find a pattern and then he created it.
Another system says that the balls are in a race. This thing might help you win at a race, but not at the lottery. The past performance might help you win at a car race or at future performances of dogs and horses. Even if the balls were set on a fifty foot ramp and then released, you would have small chances of guessing which ball will hit first, because there are a lot of factors that influence the rate of roll. Of course some numbers were drawn more than others, because if a ball is heavier and no longer perfect, it can't be a winning ball.
Then Why PIay? One expert claimed that it's not worth playing until the prize is ten times the normal weekly prize. As if he would turn down a lesser prize!
People like to play because it is very challenging and fun. When you stop trying, you will lose the chance of seeing your dreams come to life. GambIers vs. PIayers My definition of a gambler is a person who puts a lot of money on the Quick Pick. download at least 10 tickets. Play in lottery pools… So here's another news network that served up major publicity to some guy claiming to have a system to win the lottery without knowing what his "system" is, or even reading the book?
I read the free copy furnished by his publicist - it takes less than 45 minutes. Why didn't they? In addition, they print tips like, "avoid Quick-Pick lottery cards" without stopping to think. Whether you pick a number or a machine does, the odds are the same. In lotteries like PowerBall, those odds are up to 1 in ,, Suggesting otherwise is nonsense. As I said in the video above, Lustig's brochure-sized book does offer advice that makes sense.
For example, retaining losing lottery tickets to offset potentially taxable wins. This is true in all forms of gambling: You can't deduct losses, but you can use losses to offset gains, thus reducing your tax liability in the unlikely event you win more than you lose in a given year. The other sensible thing Lustig's book suggests is about second-chance drawings.
Some lottery games allow you to send in losing tickets as entries for drawings for trips and other prizes. Lustig suggests you do so. But when it comes to helping you pick random numbers, his logic isn't logical.
Lustig's "system" that he "developed over the years" is to always play the same numbers, then stop playing them if he wins, because the same numbers never win twice. That's pretty much it - and it's wrong. The odds of any set of random numbers coming up again are the same as they were the first time. That's why they call them random.Zaini Ali. The survey pointed out that the availability of lotteries has absolutely no impact on the gambling problem.
Find a strategy that you like and stick to it. Spoiler - A term to describe a number that you thought about playing, didn't think it would come logically but your instinct tells you that it will. Also referred to as Trailing Numbers. DD4 you have to deal with, then, you do!
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