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PLAY CAME IN - 296 Drawn on 9-23-02 - Cease Play
Sept. 24, 2002 - From Don - 5:00 AM- To the lottoreport.com: Well, how about them cowboys!!! I'm reliving the immortal words of Jimmy Johnson, of course. As I said, it was fourth down, no time on the clock, time for one more stroke of genius that only the lottoreport can produce. And YES, I did it again!!!!!
Congratulations to those who have confidence in me, it PAYS. Don
You did good Don - we all thank you! Now I'm off to Austin - Today is the day for the Sunset Commission to report their findings to the legislators! The first of a series of meetings.
Sept. 22, 2002 - From Don - 10:40 AM - To the lottoreport.com: I posted this play for Wednesday, September 18th, 2002. Perhaps it was an omen that the day before the play 2 of the three digits arrived. That is because, again, the result or correct outcome was 6-7-9 and 2 of my selections were 1-7-9 and 6-2-9. I am somewhat inclined to play for a fifth day on Monday, 9/23 for the absolute last day as all of my indicators have arrived in various forms without the production of a winning outcome. So, I'm down to 4th down and 3 seconds on the clock. Let's see if we can score. Don
PS - Ya'll notice - Don's selection of 086 and 089 exact in the day draw exact did not win. The correct outcome was 0-8-7 on Saturday 9-21-02. But he was correct about the zero in the first position! This play was posted on the "Players Comment" page.
Sept. 21, 2002 - From Don - 3:35 PM - To the lottorperot.com: This play began on Wednesday and I expect that today Saturday, will be the final day of play as many of my indicators have arrived.
Sept. 19, 2002 - From Don - 8:35 AM - To the lottoreport.com: In the Night drawing on 9/18/2002 the correct winning number was 7-2-4. Of course, within my 11 selections were 8-2-4 and 6-2-4. Also, you all know that my one selection, my best pick so to speak was "any" 1-7-4. Now wagering is also supposed to be entertaining but why don't I feel so entertained? Surely, a loss is a loss anyway you calculate it, I suppose that is why. However, quite a bit of hard work just evaporated. The most difficult part of the project, attempting to forecast correct speculations, is whether to play AFTER most of the variables have arrived. In this case, since we have only played one pick 3 day, I am NOT going to recommend we stop play. But, the totality of the play will be shorter, from a maximum of nine days to 6. Keep reading lottoreport.com in case I have to change the numbers and for great lotto news!!!! In conclusion, WOW, wasn't that something!!!! Don
Sept. 18, 2002 - From Don - 8:25 AM: Whew! That was close, good thing the play hasn't started yet.
From Dawn - A little humor for you. In a conversation with Don yesterday, he asked me what would make me happy - just what kind of message would make me happy? He started this .... after all, he asked. So, I said, "Well, how 'bout one short message that just says, 'play XXX' and then have it come in that same day." (I am a woman you know so no one should be surprised at my desires! I didn't think that was asking for too much ... do you? :)) )
At any rate, Don replied, "Well, I sent you one like that not to long ago and it came in." Then I said, "Yeah, I know but I didn't play it so it doesn't count :)) <big, big grin on my face>" I know what you are thinking, "What nerve she has!" Anyway, I would venture to say that this is why this message is sooo short.
But Don, there's not just one number to play!!!!!!!! Oh well, I'll put .50 on each and see if I can make $40. Good luck everybody.
Sept. 16, 2002 - From Don - 2:30 PM: To the lottoreport.com: A friend approached me with a winning pick 3 ticket to ask if I knew how much the successful wager paid. After a short discussion about the ticket, I discovered he knew little about the game, how much he had wagered or what type of wager he had made. That sparked my interest in a subject I have not discussed in this column, the 3 methods of selecting numbers.
First, the three methods are, choosing your own numbers, selecting a quick pick and having the computer select your number for you, and finally using information to select a number, sometimes referred to as a recommendation. Let me say that if you select your own numbers, it would seem difficult for me to prove beyond equivocation that I can do better than you. We would have to keep detailed records of what you play and when and what it pays compared to my selections. However, if you choose your own numbers you are still faced with the daunting task of deciding WHEN to play. I have written enough columns on that subject for the reader to be aware that playing the game often must generate losses to the player through the odds paid to the player. Realistically though, if you only played the game once and were successful you have the same potential to outperform my selections on a percentage basis.The second method is the computer selection. Two players who buy tickets at the same time are assigned numbers in sequential order. When all the playing is completed, all the numbers are wagered on and the pick 3 game is absolutely guaranteed to take in half of what it took in on the computerized selections.
This is my least favorite method for players to choose. That is because many players play the same numbers like birthdays, etc when they choose their own numbers and the pick 3 game could take a big enough hit to create a big loss to them for one day or perhaps even two. However, over time the game will produce enormous profits.
The third method is a selection, a recommendation, a statistical guess based on a theory that has worked before. This is my favorite method because a good recommendation tells the reader the method of play, the number or numbers to play, and the approximate day of play. Another factor to consider is that a player can purchase multiple tickets on selections. This creates a windfall for the player as a lottery ticket is the same as cash. For example, on 9/10/2002 it is noted on this web-site that the pick 3 game paid out $285,200 and took in $763,765. What we don't know is how many people held winning $500 tickets. Actually, it is possible for a person to wager $100 exact on a number and be the recipient of a $50,000 prize which represents 17% of all the money paid out. The lottery doesn't care because they made $478,565!!!!!! The point is that if you think information you have is credible based on past performance, credibility of the author, or some other intangible, get in and get out, look for OPPORTUNITY, not to play the game often. By the way, all of my past performances are provided by Dawn at this page. I continue to review possibilities that merit speculation. Thanks for reading lottoreport.com. Don
Sept. 13, 2002 - From Don - 3:30 PM: To the lottoreport.com: I thank the readers for their concern in that many have noticed I have not had a selection for some time. To make a very long story short, if there is not a play, I cannot manufacture one. I could put something out there that is marginally possible but that is not the purpose of this column. The purpose of this column is to provide readers an absolutely OUTSTANDING potential to earn profits.Dawn has published some comments I made to her concerning the DAY pick 3 game. Those selections are very crude because readers have absolutely no idea what verbiage I use to discuss plays with Dawn. She understands most of my terminology and I never use the same terminology with the readers as I do with Dawn. Also, in the day draw pick 3 game a number of deviations are occurring so I ADVISE AGAINST playing any selection mentioned on the players comment page. I will tell you that one of my favorite selections in the day draw for today, Friday the 13th was 079 and I had a number of reasons why. However, many of my indicators did arrive in the number that ultimately was drawn. But, having said that a loser is just that, because the correct number was NOT 079.
As to the New York pick 3 number that has received an incredible amount of notoriety, I have little to say other than any one of the 210 any possible numbers and the 1000 exact numbers must occur. We, as the public can draw many inferences about what number was drawn anywhere on a typical day. There is quite a bit of attention given to the pick 3 game when the same number occurs 2 days in a row or a date like 9/11 with historic importance arrives on that date. And I can assure you, that 9/11 has great significance and importance to me!! But when I think of 9/11 the last thing I will remember is that the number 911 occurred on that date. I think the first thing I will think of is all the fathers who lost sons who went into occupations as their father had. I have quite a bit of empathy for those fathers, 9/11 fathers. I wish them well as I do all of the victims families.
I will write more about the pick 3 game this week and hopefully have a great opportunity soon. Best Regards, Don
Sept. 13, 2002 - From Dawn - 8AM: The "911" that was drawn in the New York lottery has prompted me to post a message from a player on the "Players Comments" page. Because of the inquiries about Don, I have posted - on that page - a message I received from Don on 9-8-02. It describes a play for the Day draw which I do not support. Click here to read it - scroll down to the Sept 13th entry.
Message posted August 29, 2002 - From Don - To the lottoreport.com: I certainly apologize for not keeping the readers up to speed on the pick 3 game. It takes me a great deal of time to go through all my programs, look for a statistical abnormality, and perform the necessary calculations to give readers an opportunity for success. Sometimes, by the time I find a statistical abnormality during the day and get ready to post it for readers that next morning the number has arrived and I have to begin all over again starting from scratch. So, it is a very time consuming, laborious task. Certainly, the strongest part of the project is that I hate to lose and simply refuse to play the game unless I believe, in my opinion, I have successfully lowered the odds enough to make a great speculation. The readers out there work very hard for their discretionary dollars and unlike the lottery administrators, I believe they should be amply rewarded.
Message posted August 17, 2002 - From Don - To the lottoreport.com: Many of the readers of this web-site are very informed about the lottery. Of course, my column only deals with the Pick 3. Today, I want to discuss how to make an educated guess about what might come out. This is because it takes allot of work to put out a play and sometimes I go quite a while without having a play. For those of you who do not follow my advice and avoid the game, I want to discuss some statistics that might help you do better.
Message posted August 16, 2002 - From Don - To the lottoreport.com: Well, Dawn has mentioned that I do review the day pick 3 draw. And yes, I have had absolutely incredible accuracies even for me.
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