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The Lottery Eliminator: Pick 3 & Pick 4

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Choose the sequence you wish to play and win!

The Lottery Eliminator Pick 3 & Pick 4 is a collection of number sequences that are currently used in the United States Pick 3 and Pick 4 Lottery. These sequences are tried and true and are proven to make you money. Unlike the other books of its kind on the market today, there are no hidden gimmicks, no math equations, and
Paperback, 272 pages
Published August 13th 2010 by Outskirts Press
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Charline Ratcliff
May 18, 2012 rated it really liked it
Finding books to read and review seems to be a never-ending cycle. Once again I was trying to find some interesting titles when I came across “The Lottery Eliminator, Pick 3 & Pick 4,” co-written by Dawn Lemke and Trisha M. Wilson. Hmmm… I stopped and contemplated it for a moment. I mean really, let’s be honest here, who wouldn’t want to “hit it big” via the lottery? Let’s face it; the lottery is this country’s ultimate in “get rich quick” scenarios.

I finally received my copy of “The Lottery
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