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Winning Lotto / Lottery For Everyday Players, 3rd Edition Paperback – July 15, 2002
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On p.17 Jones shows a lottery frequency chart in Fig.4.2 that he claims is based on 500 draws of a 4-ball game. But the data are doctored. A bright high school student taking a statistics class can calculate that the table is a fake.
Next, go to p.24 and look at the positional analysis of a Pick-4 game in Fig.5.3
Count how many hits there are in each position and note that the ssums are all different. Specifically, they are 50-42-41-51 for a total of 184 and a mean of 46, which each position must have. But Jones has used faked data to illustrate a false idea. Any recommendation based on faked data is bogus.
As a third example look at positional analysis of a 6/49 game on p.47. In Fig.6.5 none of the six positions have the same sum. They vary from 49 to 70, which is absurd. He then uses the same data for a positional analysis of a 5/35 game by extracting the 5/35 part of the 6/49 data, as if the two games could have identical numbers.
Jones ha copied, plagiarized and stolen Dimitrov Wheeling Systems from G.Howard,
who has the copyright to them.
In summary, the book is a dishonest and or an incompetent piece of crap. The publisher, Cardoza, was informed years ago about these and many more faked data but republished them without any change. Cardoza and book sellers honor only the maxim: Caveat emptor or sucker beware.
Prof. Jones is a professional gambler and could not be a professor of any academic subject.He seems to be a teacher of flim-flam and public deception.
You could make more money buying tickets for the $10 than this book. Borrow it at your libray aand test his phoney ideas on past drawings before risking any money.