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Tomorrow's a fresh start

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Tomorrow's a fresh start for those of us who keep track of their wins and loses. Because unless you win a major jackpot the more years you play this game the more likely your going to wish you put all your yearly money away in a 401k instead of playing the lottery. Sure you going to have some winning years but as much as you don't want to face it there will be years where you come up short. In trying to normulate my bankroll strategy I've come to some conclusions, in the way of pick three straights the polls show that you may go a year without a straight or you could hit one or more a month. A straight is guaranteed to no one. So be extra happy every time you hit one beacuse there will be people who may spend as much or more than you and sill come up empty. Also I've learned that some people don't care about winning, sure they want to win money but as mentioned in a few posts I've come across to them that means wagering say eight hundred dollars for the month and hitting a five hundred dollar winner and saying the won. Sure they one but there not up, except for that day. I'm not saying there's anything wrong with this thinking and maybe it's a more true gamble lifestyle that I should embrance. It does take some pressure off in way. As for bankroll vs play, my big wins of last year carried me thru this so-so year. So unless you have a big enough win to carry you I think you'll find winning on a consistant basis year after year very tuff to do. That facor does change a little with on line play due to higher payouts and the abillty to wager on multiple states. This blog is getting way to long and your probably losing interest so I'll say so long till next year. Happy New Year and good luck in 2005. Your friend fast eddie.
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