Posted on July 18, 2000.
In Reply to: Filters, Skips in Lottery Software, Lotto Systems posted by Sam on July 17, 2000.
Oh, baby, axiomaticule, it is 12:41 AM. Why am I in this? We freely mix everything up, we mess everything up, lotto 5 with lotto-6, both being equal to pick 3, equals pick 4, 5, 6, 7…
You know, I have received douzaines (i.e. dozens) of emails from undoubtedly competitors who don't want me to be in the world. Or from (far fewer) skilled LotWon users who would just be happy if only they knew how to get around my genius-tough software. Actually, nothing is genius-tough. Nothing. Not even your imagination-god…
The amount of lotto numbers you said you had to play is absurd. If you follow carefully my theory of skips based on the Fundamental Formula of Gambling (FFG), the amount of lotto numbers to play should be 25, indeed. That is true if selecting numbers with skips under the FFG median: 6 for a 6/49 lotto game. My software calculates the skip to be 0 (zero) if a number repeats in 2 consecutive lottery drawings. It is more logical to say the lotto number did not skip any draws. Simply selecting 6 lotto numbers that show as current skips figures between 0 and 5 improves your lotto 6/49 odds seven-fold. Read more "astonishing" (actually, true findings) mathematical facts here (and so many more Web pages at this site): FFG Median, Lottery, Lotto Filtering, Probability, Odds, Jackpot.
On the other hand, there are legitimate questions on using my lottery software. If you are legitimately in a situation similar to the one described in the originating thread: Please don't torture yourself. Not now, at least. Come back later, if possible. If still on a limb, forget about it. Delete everything related to my software and my name. You paid nothing, you lose nothing. It just didn't happen for you. We are unable to understand everything. My lotto software is definitely in that category. I know most thought I was a brilliant student in my college years in Romania. But I was never able to get an understanding of accounting as practiced in socialism. I just hated it. It made no sense to me. My colleagues did their best to make me understand socialist accounting.
People thought I was able to understand everything. I did understand Greek philosophy (including Zeno's aporiae, or paradoxes — I am the first ever to solve them metaphysically!) and even Einstein's theory of relativity. (I found incredible logical flaws in it: Why should C, light speed, be a constant in a dynamic Universe? Is Light a new name for "God, a guy who doesn't play dice with the Universe"? Why shouldn't energy and matter be indirect proportionate, since they represent highest-level opposites?) You know, socialist-economy accounting may be dead now, but I never got a hold of it. It was an oxymoron, anyway…
Resources in Lotto Software, Lottery Software, Lotto Wheeling, Lottery Strategies
See a comprehensive directory of the pages and materials on the subject of lottery, lotto, software, systems, and wheels.