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Keith Flash's New Book Mr Lotto: Opinions?

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Posted: January 13, 2013, 3:11 pm - IP Logged

A review on Amazon says that there are numerous misspellings throughout the book, Is that true Keith? The review by K.Horne absolutely ripped the book to shreds.


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    Posted: January 13, 2013, 8:35 pm - IP Logged

    A review on Amazon says that there are numerous misspellings throughout the book, Is that true Keith? The review by K.Horne absolutely ripped the book to shreds.

    Hey Scott311,

     

    To be honest, I put the book together in about 3 to 4 weeks, however, my research dates back to 2005.  As many times that I revised the final draft, revised, read and reread the passages and placed all of the interior text through the spell checker on many occasions, I would be amazed if a lot of misspellings got through.  Granted, I am not perfect by any means and if some words got through that were not spelled correctly, then I would have to apologized.  My main concern here is the conveyance of the concept of the system.  Once the message and the concept of the system is memorized, no matter how many misspelled words there may be will not be of any importance, only the system.  The book can be shelved after the system has been understood, memorized and used going forward.  As to the scathing response by K. Horne, I can only say that he is entitled to his views and opinions.  The premise of the book is soley to convey one point and that is that there is a system that picks up on winning matches from time to time.  It's not a perfect system, but when it detects the matches throughout the course a any given year, it works.  No matter how many people say that a movie is bad, I typically will always want to see it for myself and make my own decision about it.

     

    Keith

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      Posted: January 16, 2013, 11:53 pm - IP Logged

      Hey Scott311,

       

      To be honest, I put the book together in about 3 to 4 weeks, however, my research dates back to 2005.  As many times that I revised the final draft, revised, read and reread the passages and placed all of the interior text through the spell checker on many occasions, I would be amazed if a lot of misspellings got through.  Granted, I am not perfect by any means and if some words got through that were not spelled correctly, then I would have to apologized.  My main concern here is the conveyance of the concept of the system.  Once the message and the concept of the system is memorized, no matter how many misspelled words there may be will not be of any importance, only the system.  The book can be shelved after the system has been understood, memorized and used going forward.  As to the scathing response by K. Horne, I can only say that he is entitled to his views and opinions.  The premise of the book is soley to convey one point and that is that there is a system that picks up on winning matches from time to time.  It's not a perfect system, but when it detects the matches throughout the course a any given year, it works.  No matter how many people say that a movie is bad, I typically will always want to see it for myself and make my own decision about it.

       

      Keith

      Hi, Keith:

      Does your system work for P3 & P4 games? Thanks for your great job and sincere reply!