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  • Yes there are people who make their living from gambling. But there are more people living on sports betting, predicting the right is all you have to do and there are people whoa are really good at it. Did you ever visit http://www.cappersisland.com/ ….. you get live betting help, guidance etc . Probably Jawnny Cash will be able to help

  • A living? Off of Pick 3? As in, you don’t have to work at a job because you’re able to survive completely off of your Pick 3 winnings? No. On Pick 3, you’re lucky to win back the dollar you paid to buy the ticket. Usually, you don’t even win that back.

  • The people who are making a living off Pick 3 are the employees of the lottery commission. The Pick 3 is the original numbers racket perpetrated by the mafia and the expected return is exactly 50 cents on the dollar. If your state offers Sum it Up with your Pick 3 then it’s slightly better, perhaps 50.5 cents on the dollar if you play the right sums. It takes a hell of an edge to beat those odds, we’re talking about having to have an edge that’s so obvious that a high school drop out could figure out and we know that there’s nothing that obvious to be found. To put it in perspective, people tend to believe that a system is possible because we place significance to numbers and relationships to numbers. That is, 3 comes after 2, 2 + 3 = 5 etc. Well imagine if instead of numbers, we just had ten different symbols such as triangles, squares, stars and wavy lines. The game would be the same but then there would be no relationship between the symbols so obviously any system is just a fabrication of people’s imaginations. Unless you can plug in arbitrary symbols into whatever system you dream up without any relationships between the symbols and still have it work then you don’t have a system. As to quidproquo888′s assertion that numbers in sequence never show up. The 30 year history of Canada’s Lotto 649 proves him wrong. The numbers containing 1 2 3 4 would over the 30 year period have won 4 to 5 times more subsidiary prizes than other numbers. Of course, given enough time, this will average out as previous history has no impact on future results. People who believe in lottery systems tend to use nonsensical contradictory arguments like his 1 2 3 4 5 6 never occurring as if they were evidence that a system is possible when in fact such arguments prove nothing.

  • In spite of people telling you that any individual number has an equal chance of being drawn you will never see 1,2,3,4,5, or 6 in a row in your life time when you are trying to pick several numbers from the same pool of numbers. You will get a range of numbers. This is because there tends to be a BALANCE TO RANDOMNESS when multiple numbers are being picked from the same pool of numbers. If all you are trying to pick is one number out of 53 than yes, each individual single number has an equal chance of being chosen. This all changes when you are trying to pick multiple random numbers out of the same pool of numbers. Out of, say, a pool of 53 numbers, you will see numbers somewhat spread out from 1 to 53 within the range of the numbers of the particular Lotto you are playing. The major Lotto games have you choose five numbers with a separate mega number. This being so, your 5 numbers should add up to around 150 to 165. Add up the last 100 lotto results and see what the average totals are. Pick your numbers to add up within that range. As your mega number use the number that is the most frequently one picked from the stats given on the lotto website. For the California Mega Lotto it is #36. Or just use any mega number as this is the case where any one number is just as likely to be drawn as any other number. Also, just bet $1 as this is just as lucky as betting $10. In reality, the lotto is one of the worst bets you can make. But, someone has to win and why can’t it be you. Good Luck. m

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