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Lotto: Price of Having Your Dreams Crushed

As I continue to play Tattersalls lottery games (Monday & Wednesday Lotto, Super 7’s Oz Lotto, Powerball and Saturday Tattslotto), the price of having your dreams crushed becomes more apparent.

In the past I’ve simply played lotto and palmed off my losses to bad luck. It’s only since the New Years Draw, and as part of my new years resolutions, that I committed to recording every single game I play, how much I spend, and how much I loose.

That’s why I’m writing this blog. To share with all of you the cost of buying into the “dream” that is so openly marketed on lottery games.

As a case example, let’s look at Powerball. In 2012 alone, I’ve played:
1 x System 9, 5 x System 8’s, 13 x System 7’s and 1,525 Standard Games. Total spend on Powerball has been $1,641.38. In total I’ve won back $259.75.
Meaning the price of having my powerball dreams crushed has been $1,381.63 so far.

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  1. February 28, 2012 at 12:02 am

    Very nice! 🙂

  2. July 12, 2013 at 2:46 am

    You need to calculate your correct method of ticket entry, System 7,8,9,is pathetic waste of money and if you do not want to do the maths, buy a slick pick 30 a few times ..The computer generated algorithm is safest bet to always create 32 winning numbers on your 30 game ticket. If you want more winning numbers you need to apply a winning formula. JJ

    • October 3, 2013 at 1:47 am

      Equal Number distribution will provide a measured outcome for winning numbers on your ticket.
      Example 1. 30 rows of six numbers=180 numbers OR 45 * 4 domains of equal numbers. This method will always generate exactly 32 selected numbers within the 180 numbers OR 30 rows. Every number is repeated in the 4 domains and the total of 6(+2) 8 selected creates 32 winning numbers always for every 30 rows of entry. The first set of 45 numbers is within 7.5 rows, the second set of 45 numbers are within 15 rows of 6 numbers. With 30 rows of 6 numbers, the 45 objects are repeated 4 times each.
      Example 2. The Lottery vendor computer ticket for a Qik-Pik 30 is random number generator and can create numbers repeated up to seven times or more and some numbers are only represented twice. The random allocation of some numbers on the tickets does provide an alternative method to equal distribution method.
      Example 3. The axiom domain is the mathematical template to create winning combinations that exist inside the natural formula for solution to random group selection. The random distribution of the alternating barrels every week will ensure the random process continues and the solution is the formula of axiomatization. The numerical entropy of the random selection creates a observed time interval for an improved method of prediction for random group selection.

      To observe the statistics of results, you will only see random distribution of the results. if you apply a numerical template of the axiom domain to the statistics, you will see clearly a 99% pattern of a minimum of three objects and a time interval averaging every six weeks for a first division prize to create a template for prediction of the random results of lottery.

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