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Offline Jims Punting

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« 2016-Jan-07, 11:42 AM Reply #25 »
OK - ticket posted in OP

Bit of (compulsory) house-keeping:

Number of shares: ................... 31 @ $10 ea
Kitty: ...................................... $310
Our Claim:................................ 17 Powerhit20's @ $18.60 ea
Total investment: ..................... $316.20


Ok ... ok ... went a little over ... but where else can you get overs on a winner   :lol:   :thumbsup:  :beer:

I don't like using the term "Good Luck" too often (so I won't) but we put ourselves out there and put ourselves in front of the money.
We are where the money is, and the rest is up to Goldie (who is a saintly lady given to much prayer) and St Jude   :noteworthy:
« Last Edit: 2016-Jan-07, 12:41 PM by Jims Punting »

Offline Goldie Locks

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« 2016-Jan-07, 11:45 AM Reply #26 »
   :lol:  

Geez..........lot of pressure there Jimmy!      :shutup:

Offline bronx

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« 2016-Jan-07, 12:03 PM Reply #27 »




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« 2016-Jan-07, 08:48 PM Reply #28 »
one winning ticket scoops the $70million jackpot

Offline Jims Punting

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« 2016-Jan-07, 09:13 PM Reply #29 »
Yes mate ... sometimes it seems a bit out of kilter.

But we go into this with eyes wide open and hope in our hearts  ;)

Proof that people do win, is all it is.

As for us - our share is $13.90.
Have attached a pic of the prize schedule ... what a sad duty  :sad:
Still ... it was a good exercise and brings people together on the forum who enjoy a punt, albeit on something rough  :dry:

Thanks all for playing once again - clearly this strategy needs a bit of work (like our others)  :/

Cheers



Offline PoisonPen7

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« 2016-Jan-07, 10:46 PM Reply #30 »
You guys sure we didn't win?

Winning ticket was sold in Queensland   :biggrin:

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« 2016-Jan-07, 10:49 PM Reply #31 »
We should buy a ticket in the American one....

Powerball climbs to $675 million after no winners in draw

(Reuters) - There was no winner in the most recent Powerball lottery draw, the operator of the multistate game said on Thursday, with the jackpot now climbing to an estimated $675 million - one of the largest in North American history.

No Powerball ticket holder had all six numbers to claim Wednesday's $500 million prize, the Multi-State Lottery Association said on its website.


http://news.yahoo.com/powerball-climbs-675-million-no-winners-draw-070044530.html

Offline Jims Punting

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« 2016-Jan-07, 11:31 PM Reply #32 »
Last time I spoke to Goldie, she assured me the prayer mat was in use.

We will have words.

Offline richo

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« 2016-Jan-08, 05:59 AM Reply #33 »
winner  was on the sunshine coast maybe doubledee hmmmmmm

Offline chalky

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« 2016-Jan-08, 08:16 AM Reply #34 »
Anyone got the time, or inclination, to investigate the numbers drawn as the Powerball? After a quick look 18,19 & 9 seem over represented, as does the amount of times a number is drawn consecutively.
Anyhow thanks for your efforts again Jimbo!

Offline Goldie Locks

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« 2016-Jan-08, 08:27 AM Reply #35 »
yes.........thank you Jimmy! 

Offline Racehorses

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« 2016-Jan-08, 10:31 AM Reply #36 »
oh well, best be turning up for work Monday  :)


Thanks JP for all your efforts  -())=(

Offline dubbledee

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« 2016-Jan-08, 03:54 PM Reply #37 »
I can't tell you how much I was hoping you guys won the lot.

Was looking forward to seeing the on-course turnover at GCTC tomorrow.  :rolleyes:

Offline Goldie Locks

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« 2016-Jan-08, 04:13 PM Reply #38 »
  :lol:

Offline westie

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« 2016-Jan-08, 06:55 PM Reply #39 »
Thanks JP. Sole winner were a retired Hervey Bay couple , good on them.

Offline Jims Punting

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« 2016-Jan-10, 02:33 PM Reply #40 »
I can't tell you how much I was hoping you guys won the lot.

Was looking forward to seeing the on-course turnover at GCTC tomorrow.  :rolleyes:
I didn't see the turnover me self ... what was it?

Would love to have boosted it by a lazy 100K or so ... backed a few good ones - as did that tinny bloke from the 'Gong and Spudda.
The day was made for us  :beer:


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