filter software

Snowy

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Snowy said:
Go to www.lotto-logix.com/download.html
and get Amifilter - it is in DOS though.

Also another good piece of Filter software is
www.otiumation-inc.com
The 'Otiumation' professional can apply up to 75 filters at once, it's not fre but it is an exellent piece of kit.

For amilflter you will need a pc with 1gig of ram inside and a 2.0 proc'sr, otherwise you will just not be able to get the combinations onto a word sheet efficiently, but it has some good filters .
 
Old story for me here....nothing new here...I and many others too have been there already a very long time ago....You need more than that...
Also there are much better softwares too analyze the numbers...
Cruise this board you will learn a lot ....student!
:lol:
 

Snowy

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Filters

Dennis, i cant understand your need to analyze the numbers, you alone should be able to understand the simple rule that all past draws/results are totally irrelevant, and the only thing you can do is to filter out a great many of the possible combinations before you can start to then select the from the combinations you are left with.

I actually wrote a quick Macro myself for someone who wanted to generate all combinations of a 6/49 lotto, I was amazed at how many weeks he spent at cutting this down to 120,000 combination's from which to pick from when he could have generated them easly with any number of different software programmes, but i was completely amazed that after 9 weeks of playing our uk national lottery with 3000 entries twice every week he hit 5+BONUS BALL and won £173,000 plus over £11000 in smaller prizes, now that's what i call dedication.
 

Beaker

Member
Re: Filters

Snowy said:
Dennis, i cant understand your need to analyze the numbers, you alone should be able to understand the simple rule that all past draws/results are totally irrelevant, and the only thing you can do is to filter out a great many of the possible combinations before you can start to then select the from the combinations you are left with.

I actually wrote a quick Macro myself for someone who wanted to generate all combinations of a 6/49 lotto, I was amazed at how many weeks he spent at cutting this down to 120,000 combination's from which to pick from when he could have generated them easly with any number of different software programmes, but i was completely amazed that after 9 weeks of playing our uk national lottery with 3000 entries twice every week he hit 5+BONUS BALL and won £173,000 plus over £11000 in smaller prizes, now that's what i call dedication.
You must be a friend of Thook :lol: As I said on that thread, if you are playing 3000 tickets a draw, you better be winning more than 1 5 number prize every 50 draws.
and the only thing you can do is to filter out a great many of the possible combinations before you can start to then select the from the combinations you are left with.
I respectfully disagree with this as the only thing you can do.

Tell you what Snowy, post your picks fpr the UK lotto and we'll see how you do.
 

Snowy

Member
Re: Re: Filters

Beaker said:
You must be a friend of Thook :lol: As I said on that thread, if you are playing 3000 tickets a draw, you better be winning more than 1 5 number prize every 50 draws.

I respectfully disagree with this as the only thing you can do.

Tell you what Snowy, post your picks fpr the UK lotto and we'll see how you do.
I think if you should take note of what i actually wrote, first it wasnt me that played the combinations, i just provided the macro, secondly he spent a total of £54,000, won 173,00+11000 =184,000
so as you can see he made a generous profit.
 

Beaker

Member
Re: Re: Re: Filters

Snowy said:
I think if you should take note of what i actually wrote, first it wasnt me that played the combinations, i just provided the macro, secondly he spent a total of £54,000, won 173,00+11000 =184,000
so as you can see he made a generous profit.
I did take note of what you wrote, and in that post I did not mean you - Tim/Snowy - literally. "You" was meant figuratively.

3000 tickets is alot of gambling. :eek: and could be a generous loss after a very short time.

By the way £54,000 is close to $120,000 Canadian. Anyone spending that much money in 9 weeks has a serious gambling problem. :agree:

.... and thanks for those filter links :agree2: I hadn't seen the otiumation one before :no:
 
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Snowy

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Yes that is alot of gambling,' but he has always been a gambler, his father was a 'bookmaker, so betting is in his blood so to speak.

While i'm on, are you interested in the $1,000,000 prize for the first person to either prove or disprove 'Riemanns hypothesis' and have you any thoughts on the matter.
 

Snowy

Member
Re: Re: Re: Re: Filters

Beaker said:
I did take note of what you wrote, and in that post I did not mean you - Tim/Snowy - literally. "You" was meant figuratively.

3000 tickets is alot of gambling. :eek: and could be a generous loss after a very short time.

By the way £54,000 is close to $120,000 Canadian. Anyone spending that much money in 9 weeks has a serious gambling problem. :agree:

.... and thanks for those filter links :agree2: I hadn't seen the otiumation one before :no:
Infact i think i myself have spent over £9000 in trhe last 4weeks at the casino, but if the truth be known i can aford it, which is a bit unfair if you are trying like crazy to win a lottery jackpot with a few entries. Maybe you could take a loan?
 

Beaker

Member
Snowy said:
Yes that is alot of gambling,' but he has always been a gambler, his father was a 'bookmaker, so betting is in his blood so to speak.

While i'm on, are you interested in the $1,000,000 prize for the first person to either prove or disprove 'Riemanns hypothesis' and have you any thoughts on the matter.
I haven't studied this so my thoughts will have to wait.

My immediate interest is in the $2,000,000 prize for hitting 6 numbers in our lotto tonight :agree2: My thoughts are all positive for that one :lol:
 

Snowy

Member
Beaker said:
I haven't studied this so my thoughts will have to wait.

My immediate interest is in the $2,000,000 prize for hitting 6 numbers in our lotto tonight :agree2: My thoughts are all positive for that one :lol:
Ours has just been drawn and the jackpot was a cool £9,000,000 so i'll sign off and check all my 700 tickets and see you tomorrow.

Cio.
 

Beaker

Member
Dennis Bassboss said:
Since I have no more time to waste a student on this thread is going to be ignore for a while... :lol:
Yes, this may be a good candidate. I will tell you when my list gets to 10 people, I might go to greener pastures :cow: :agree:
 
Beaker said:
Yes, this may be a good candidate. I will tell you when my list gets to 10 people, I might go to greener pastures :cow: :agree:
This may be a good candidate indeed Beaker...10 is a lot Beaker....But what I'll do is to focus on the draws instead of focusing on these Wannabe.... :lol:
 

Beaker

Member
Dennis Bassboss said:
This may be a good candidate indeed Beaker...10 is a lot Beaker....But what I'll do is to focus on the draws instead of focusing on these Wannabe.... :lol:
Randall :baby: counts as 5 :lol:
 
OK CLASS! Quiet please!
Dennis Bassboss prior to February 5 said:
Here they are...8 goodies
01-02-03-26-27-34-42-46

Hints...Hints...26-27
:kaioken: :kaioken:
Dennis Bassboss said:
Now I know that there are lots of funny people here at times....But watch this...
National U:K:draw results for February 05...
01-13-17-26-42-46 Bonus 30
:clown:
I'd say that it is funny!!!:clown::clown:
My little 8 numbers set struck for 04 in there....But even better.... one of my hints came up...
:clown::clown:
OK CLASS!:teach: Quiet please!:teach:

For the first lesson try to match this in your UK draws.... :baby:
 
Snowy said:
the simple rule that all past draws/results are totally irrelevant
Perhaps the set of ALL past draws is irrelevant, but perhaps separating them into groups (weeks that produced winners vs. weeks that did not) is the key...

check out the following...

12-14-27-33-39 + 41
05-14-16-29-53 + 07
02-11-16-21-39 + 42
02-05-06-09-10 + 26

look like a random distribution?
they are the draws in the last 48 MUSL Powerball games that produced winners (since the move to 5/53 from 5/49)

Since 1997, the #20 in the powerball position has come up 26 times, yet only once on a winning ticket.

on average, 170,776 players match just the powerball for a $3 prize, the last time they let 7 come out as the powerball, 2,429,332 matched it. ($7,287,996 paid out just in powerball winners, they don't let that happen too much, of course that was the draw for 12/25/2002 when everyone was playing it)

past drawn numbers are not the only factor to consider... besides, it's a fun way to keep math skills up if you don't do it for a living
:D
 

Snowy

Member
hypersoniq said:
Perhaps the set of ALL past draws is irrelevant, but perhaps separating them into groups (weeks that produced winners vs. weeks that did not) is the key...

check out the following...

12-14-27-33-39 + 41
05-14-16-29-53 + 07
02-11-16-21-39 + 42
02-05-06-09-10 + 26

look like a random distribution?
they are the draws in the last 48 MUSL Powerball games that produced winners (since the move to 5/53 from 5/49)

Since 1997, the #20 in the powerball position has come up 26 times, yet only once on a winning ticket.

on average, 170,776 players match just the powerball for a $3 prize, the last time they let 7 come out as the powerball, 2,429,332 matched it. ($7,287,996 paid out just in powerball winners, they don't let that happen too much, of course that was the draw for 12/25/2002 when everyone was playing it)

past drawn numbers are not the only factor to consider... besides, it's a fun way to keep math skills up if you don't do it for a living
:D
Oh yes i agree it is good maths practice, but human nature finds it very difficult to ignore past events and the mind somehow thinks that draws that have already gone can influence future ones.

Do you think if you picked 6numbered balls out of a bag would the result have an influence on the outcome of another draw, whether it be the same one or a different one?
 

thornc

Member
Snowy said:
Do you think if you picked 6numbered balls out of a bag would the result have an influence on the outcome of another draw, whether it be the same one or a different one?
No it wouldn't but after a while you could explain the event using
plain mathmatics!

And given time you could bring on the heavy math to help out!
 

Rebeckah

Member
Snowy said:
the mind somehow thinks that draws that have already gone can influence future ones.

Do you think if you picked 6numbered balls out of a bag would the result have an influence on the outcome of another draw, whether it be the same one or a different one?
I think we all know that any other draw cannot influence a future drawing. But, what we are doing is looking for things that have happened alot in the past to give us some indication of what will most likely happen in the future. If you had a choice to go bet on something that has happened 99 times out of 100 vs. something that has happened 5 times out of 100, which do you think is the bet that would make you the most money? I'm not asking you the better bet, since both have a *random* chance of happening: it either will or won't happen, but one is clearly going to gain you more money if you bet on it happening.

The reason the lottery is NOT random is because it has limits. Numbers within a specific range are used. Only a certain amount of #s are drawn. If the lottery was a REALLY random game one draw would have the winning numbers: 1-24-36 and the next draw might have the winning numbers: 26-3-5896-258-0-15-5687210. and if it were truly random nobody would know where or when it would be drawn. see my point?
 
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