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Quote Colin F Replybullet Posted: June 10 2009 at 6:34am
You're welcome Flex
 
What I mean is that their are two lines with 2 CNO Twos. On one line you have 10 11 and 46 47. On another line you have 18 19 and 40 41. Picky aren't I!
 
But as I said you're streaks ahead of System/Cover players and into the realms of subjective preference.
 
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Quote flexalong Replybullet Posted: June 10 2009 at 8:48am
I see, thanks for the feedback.
 
BTW, on your website, LottoToWin, should I choose "MegaGame" for my lottery or "Pick 6"? 
 
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Quote Colin F Replybullet Posted: June 10 2009 at 8:40pm
Your game parameters are Pick 6 and Pool 52. Megamillions is a Pick 5 game from Pool 56 with 1 Powerball from a Pool of 46.
 
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nb For MegaMillions users - Yes, I know I am showing 50 wrongly alongside Megamillions but the actual value used is 56 not 50 as seen in the set produced. I will fix it.  
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Quote flexalong Replybullet Posted: June 14 2009 at 10:18pm
Alright man, just got a four. More to come.
 
5 7 9 29 30 31
2 16 17 21 28 45
12 15 23 25 35 39
4 6 20 41 42 48
24 27 34 44 49 51
1 19 32 33 38 52
10 11 13 36 46 47
3 14 26 40 43 50
9 12 26 34 36 48
1 4 24 37 45 46
3 21 23 27 37 38
18 22 25 29 32 44
5 8 10 33 42 51
6 15 28 30 43 49
2 11 18 19 40 41
7 8 14 20 39 47
13 16 22 31 35 50
3 8 16 25 48 52
15 28 31 37 51 52
17 19 20 23 34 46
1 2 14 29 35 42
17 22 33 36 40 49
10 30 32 39 41 45
4 5 11 18 26 27
6 9 21 24 47 50
7 12 13 38 43 44
 
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Quote Colin F Replybullet Posted: June 15 2009 at 3:36am
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Quote flexalong Replybullet Posted: June 23 2009 at 1:47am
Hi Colin,
 
I decided to create another set because there alyogether 4 2CNO numbers in the previous set. What do you think of this set below...
 
7 18 23 29 35 37
2 8 33 41 46 52
3 6 30 43 47 50
9 11 22 25 36 49
14 17 22 34 39 42
20 26 38 45 48 51
1 4 12 15 28 31
3 14 25 33 45 48
9 19 34 37 46 51
15 24 26 43 49 52
4 8 11 23 42 47
1 10 36 39 44 50
2 6 13 20 32 44
5 7 10 21 28 40
5 12 17 27 30 32
13 16 24 31 35 41
18 28 33 42 44 51
13 19 21 25 38 50
9 12 16 21 29 52
3 7 11 26 32 34
8 19 31 36 43 45
6 14 20 27 35 40
4 10 15 23 27 46
2 16 18 30 39 49
17 22 29 38 41 47
1 5 24 37 40 48
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Quote Colin F Replybullet Posted: June 23 2009 at 8:18pm

Flex

Looks pretty right to me.

Coverage for any Prize Group could be brought up to over the 37% mark from 36.86448% but you have 49 3's x 4 and relatively higher 3's x 2 and 3's x 3 to compensate for this.

As I said before you are basically in the right ball park where variations are open to personal preferences.

Good luck and if you do get one of those 3's x 4 then the odds for that are close to those of getting 1st prize!

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Quote gearheadgeek Replybullet Posted: February 17 2011 at 5:58pm
Do you suppose Flexalong won the lottery?

This site is a breath of fresh air. My wife got interested in the lottery after she saw the news about a winner. Being an engineer, I naturally needed to understand everything and optimize our play. One of the first sites I found was your "buddy" Ian Saliu (who is a piece of work ...) but they all made it sound so easy - send money and get rich. My engineer's sanity checking made me wonder why they weren't all rich    I've read a lot here and it all makes sense. Our lottery pays $3 for a three win, about $40 for a four (parimutual), and about $1000 for a five. There is no way 40 lines (at $1 ea) are going to get a four win each time. Thanks for the site.
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