|[News] New program for AmigaOS & MorphOS||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 03-Oct-2004 22:09 GMT by dr.Albarracin||12 comments|
Under the link you can download the last program made using the well knowed Milton Methode, a program able to predict the "Quiniela" an spanish lotery game. The program is in spanish, we don't know if this game is useful in other countryes. AmigaOS and MorphOS executables in the same archive.
Download the file here
|New program for AmigaOS & MorphOS : Comment 1 of 12||ANN.lu|
|Posted by julius earwing on 03-Oct-2004 21:38 GMT|
|how i can play a match of soccer in this game?|
|New program for AmigaOS & MorphOS : Comment 2 of 12||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Lando on 03-Oct-2004 21:53 GMT|
|What is the "Milton Method"?|
Not much on Google apart from "By using the Milton Method, which has been used by generations of Australian mums, you give your baby complete hygienic protection from harmful germs."
Lottery prediction programs don't work. There's as much chance of "1,2,3,4,5,6" coming up as any other set of numbers.
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|Posted by Anonymous on 03-Oct-2004 22:35 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 2 (Lando):|
> There's as much chance of "1,2,3,4,5,6" coming up as any other set of numbers.
That's not entirely correct. Some numbers are good winners and some are not: Certain numbers are used by more people than other numbers (including 1,2,3,4,5,6 and date-style numbers). That means that the payout for these numbers is lower because the jackpot is divided among more people. In other words, it is mathematically provable that 1,2,3,4,5,6 has a lower chance to make you a millionaire than 5,1,3,78,34,4.
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|Posted by TRAPOSOFT on 03-Oct-2004 22:37 GMT|
|Do you want to be millionaire?|
Download this program and make reality your dreams :)
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|Posted by Lando on 03-Oct-2004 23:11 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 4 (TRAPOSOFT):|
If these programs worked, the author wouldn't be spending his Sunday afternoon publicising it here on ann.lu, he'd be sitting by the pool of his mansion on his own private island somewhere in the carribean, drinking beer and surrounded by beautiful blondes.
At least, i would be!
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|Posted by julius earwing on 04-Oct-2004 00:18 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 5 (Lando):|
maybe he is in the caribean islands writing software...
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|Posted by julius earwing on 04-Oct-2004 04:16 GMT|
|under the same file, a new version is released now, abit nicer with some new features.|
|New program for AmigaOS & MorphOS : Comment 8 of 12||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Darth_X on 04-Oct-2004 04:38 GMT|
|Porting Mozilla to MorphOS would earn you more money than taking a chance on the lottery|
|New program for AmigaOS & MorphOS : Comment 9 of 12||ANN.lu|
|Posted by ece on 04-Oct-2004 05:12 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):|
" That's not entirely correct" yes it is.
Chaos rules the universe, a particle can be at 2 places at the same point.
God plays dice...
End of discussion.
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|Posted by Anonymous on 04-Oct-2004 13:24 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 9 (ece):|
These "predictors" don't predict the lottery, which is random, but simply show how to maximise the return from this random event. So you will still on average lose a lot of money, but if you don't lose you will get more than you might otherwise.
It's almost always impossible to create a profitable "system" for playing the lottery (the exception is if many prior weeks or months of lottery income are used to fund a prize or group of prizes which are worth more than the cost of entering every possible ticket for that draw)
It would figure that Amigans, being unusually gullible as a group, would be if anything more likely to create such software.
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|Posted by ceporrino on 04-Oct-2004 21:26 GMT|
|I go to test my luck this week, this program seems serious to win money|
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|Posted by MarkTime on 08-Oct-2004 17:48 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 10 (Anonymous):|
>> So you will still on average lose a lot of money, but if you don't lose you will get more than you might otherwise.
You are incorrect. As an example, if the odds of winning the prize, without splitting it, are 1 in 100million, and the pay-out exceeds 100million dollars...then 'on average' you do not lose money, but gain money.
There are situations where the lottery, on average, has become a good investment, because the payout exceeds the odds. This is fine for the lottery officials, because they were never expecting 100% return...and if one week they pay out more than they take in, thats ok...you just have to wait for that week to occur (which obviously is not every week)
but meanwhile, back in the real world, all that happens, is you put down a dollar, and you lose the dollar, cause the odds are still astronomical...
however, for institutional investors, there are times when it would make good sense to buy 100 million lottery tickets or so, and bank on winning not only the grand prize, but all those smaller prizes for partial matches as well....which is exactly why such practices are banned in all the states lotteries that I know about....
anyway, I tend to agree, that these lottery programs are a complete waste of time.
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