what technology can i use to increase my odds of winning the lottery?

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    • #162312
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      what technology can i use to increase my odds of winning this?

    • #162313
      Anonymous
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      there are none, even if you increased your chances by 1000x, you would still have only an incredibly small chance of winning the big prize

    • #162314
      Anonymous
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      Neural net

    • #162315
      Anonymous
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      Honestly, you have a better chance of increasing your starting capital by gambling at a casino.

    • #162316
      Anonymous
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      Lump sum or annual payments?

      • #162340
        Anonymous
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        Lump sum and invest it. Payments overtime literally mean it’s devaluing as you are getting paid out over time.

        I’ve also never played the lottery in my life but I’m genuinely considering it now. I have enough disposable income that investing in one ticket per drawing wouldn’t fuck my life up. Been considering how to come up with a number set. I’ve been considering writing a script to generate all possible outcomes, then taking out things I think are high risk.
        Ideally, I’d remove
        – Previous winners
        – Things like sequential numbers

        From there, I’d try to shoot for some arbitrary combination that is unlikely to be built out by other people. For instance, I’d try to filter out number sets that include days/months, as people are likely to use variants of their birth dates and shit like that. With what’s left, I’d have an arbitrary number set that, hopefully if it wins, is unlikely to be shared.

        I’m no statistician though. Would love to get others perspectives on this

        • #162345
          Anonymous
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          All that work would be pointless, all number sets are equally likely.
          Just use the lucky dip option for each drawer.

          • #162346
            Anonymous
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            > All that work would be pointless, all number sets are equally likely
            The sequential number aspect is definitely just superstition. Repeat numbers is also likely just as much of a farce However, the aspect of trying to pick numbers that others wouldn’t pick likely is more valuable. You’re talking that if you are more likely to match even one other person you’re cutting the prize pool in half, no?

            And picking a random number set each time also feels wrong, but again, I’m no statistician. I’d think I’d just go through the hoops to pick a number set once and run with it indefinitely.

            • #162347
              Anonymous
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              What if you miss a draw for whatever reason, and those specific numbers win?

            • #162349
              Anonymous
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              I’d imagine the extreme majority of numbers are equally unlikely to be picked, so jumping over the analysis and going by RNG to pick yours will be fine. You can eyeball your randomly picked number to make sure it’s not the decimal digits of the square root of 2 or all 7s.

        • #162366
          Anonymous
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          >previous winners
          >sequential numbers
          You don’t understand how probability and random numbers work, do you?

    • #162317
      Anonymous
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      purchase tickets that cover all possible combinations of outcomes

    • #162318
      Anonymous
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    • #162319
      Anonymous
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      I sometimes fall asleep fantasizing about having $10mil. I’d settle for $1mil. Just want a house bros.

      • #162320
        Anonymous
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        You still have to pay property taxes and maintain the house if you want it to maintain it’s value, the game was rigged from the start.

        • #162321
          Anonymous
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          Yeah I can do that with a wagie job though. I can’t buy a reasonably nice house unless I make a terrible financial decision for a mortgage or somehow get a high paying job

        • #162323
          Anonymous
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          A year of property tax is like the cost of 1 months rent though in most areas.

          • #162325
            Anonymous
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            • #162327
              Anonymous
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              Why the fuck do you have to keep paying to "own" property even after it’s been paid for?

              It’s a freaking scam

              • #162328
                Anonymous
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                its not even really about property it’s just that a functioning economy needs lots of money sinks to get rid of excess money supply otherwise the government can’t spend (create) any money without creating inflation problems. tax isn’t about getting money its about destroying it.

              • #162330
                Anonymous
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                Mostly you’re paying for public services in your area that you directly or indirectly benefit from such as schools, libraries, parks and other public land, emergency services such as fire and police departments, trash collection, street maintenance, repair, and cleaning, sewer and storm drain management,

              • #162332
                Anonymous
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                You’re not paying to own property you are paying to have the services you want continually maintained. How else would you have running water, sewage and electricity to your property? Not to mention roads and sidewalks that take you to your property
                >I pay for that in my bills
                But you don’t because those costs are astronomical and even with paying property taxes you never even pay for half what it costs. What is somehow a scam is this idea that you can own property perpetually and pay absolutely nothing in taxes and have continually provided services almost free by the government like running water, sewage, electricity, roads, sidewalks, police protection, fire protection

                • #162333
                  Anonymous
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                  Sounds like a big freaking ponzi scheme, public works can’t be funded by taxation alone so just water down the money supply to keep paying for it.

                  • #162335
                    Anonymous
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                    How old are you??
                    It’s literally how governments work, which is why taxes are a thing.

              • #162367
                Anonymous
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                Because this kind of rent seeking is the most open for abuse and harmful to the economy. It’s parasitic.

            • #162356
              Anonymous
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              because they are theft, like all taxes

              • #162363
                Anonymous
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                Taxes is why you are online in the first place

                • #162365
                  Anonymous
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                  Wtf no? The internet is controlled by the private sector.

      • #162359
        Anonymous
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        Have you tried being born 25 years earlier?

    • #162322
      Anonymous
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      time machine

      • #162324
        Anonymous
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        >go back in time and tell yourself to buy a lottery ticket
        >past you is now rich and never feels the need to go back in time to tell you to get rich
        aaaand paradox averted

        • #162329
          Anonymous
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          What if I withhold the lottery information until past me finishes the time machine.

    • #162326
      Anonymous
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      Work at the lottery. They know the winnnig numbers but can’t play that’s why they don’t win.

    • #162331
      Anonymous
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      Imagine bitching about a property tax that would amount to less than 1/3rd of what rent would be draining out of you.

    • #162334
      Anonymous
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      Time travel

    • #162336
      Anonymous
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      None. The best you could do is reduce the chance you share it.

    • #162337
      Anonymous
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      If you are able to create a perfect simulation of reality you could fast forward it to figure out the numbers of the drawings.

      • #162357
        Anonymous
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        >tfw fast-forward of the future reveals chink femcel shooting up the lotto office the day your winning numbers were supposed to be drawn

    • #162338
      Anonymous
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      Lottery pools.

    • #162339
      Anonymous
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      Rolling

      • #162350
        Anonymous
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        >rolling rolling rolling
        Am I getting dubs??

    • #162341
      Anonymous
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      There has to be a more sophisticated method to the drawing than a bunch of rolling balls in an acrylic tumbler?

    • #162342
      Anonymous
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      You can be part of the datacenter they use to "randomly" pick numbers that no one has chosen.

    • #162343
      Anonymous
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      get a crowbar for 10 bucks and then hit anyone who has access to the payout system :√)

    • #162344
      Anonymous
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      be part of the puerto rican mafia and chronically change the winning tickets https://darknetdiaries.com/episode/101/

    • #162348
      Anonymous
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      >what technology can i use to increase my odds of winning this?
      A textbook on statistics and probability. The only way to "win" is to not play.

      • #162351
        Anonymous
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        I guess a better question would be how many numbers would he have to buy to increase his chances.

        • #162354
          Anonymous
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          Whatever chance one ticket has times the number of tickets.
          You don’t magically gain anything from buying more tickets. Bad odds remain bad odds.

    • #162352
      Anonymous
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      None because they use technology to stop you winning that.

    • #162353
      Anonymous
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      Lotto is a scam.
      The only reasonable way to win at lotto is to be the scammer who organizes it.

    • #162355
      Anonymous
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      If such technology existed, it would’ve been taken down by glowies ages ago.

    • #162358
      Anonymous
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      >falling for the single most well-known scam in history
      Buy all you want, you won’t win. You’ll just be filling the pockets of people who are much smarter than you are.

      • #162360
        Anonymous
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        Buying one every time it gets big enough to be on the news is fair

        • #162361
          Anonymous
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          No, it’s not you sheep

    • #162362
      Anonymous
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      >what technology can i use to increase my odds of winning this?
      Time travel, or actually know the result prior to the draw taking place.
      Otherwise, sorry champ there isn’t any. You’d have to develop it yourself. Which I guess is an inordinate amount of times smaller than you actually picking the correct numbers in the first place.

    • #162364
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Time police your system is already perfect chill out.

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