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on July 27, 2010
Lottery Players rejoice! This one of a kind book should be on the shelves of every lottery player out there :) Need to know what your Pick 3 draw was on October 16th? Turn to one of the 676 jam-packed pages with all 2009 past history results for every U.S. lottery game out there and you'll find it. Need a whole year's worth of results to study in your quest to beat the lottery? You'll find it all here in this user-friendly reference book. Brilliant idea, can't wait for the next edition! Canada players take note--there's one for you too!!
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on August 12, 2010
Todd Northop's "Lottery Post 2009" is everything I expected and more! It not only
has the history of Pick 3 and Pick 4 for the year 2009 it also carries the Multistate games Pick 5 and Powerball. After viewing the contents I can say without reservation this book is well worth having for it's easy and convenient access.
Additionally there is space to make notes adjacent to each number result should one desire to do so.
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on May 18, 2010
This is a great hard copy addition to my lottery library. I think hard copy information is much easier to refer to when looking up data. With many websites and endless links; key tap and mouse click is not as convenient as it may seem. With this, I can pick it up, go to the contents, find the page, and poof, I'm there.
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