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Mystical numbers versus 'luck' or statistics


Morning blogsters:

I'm sitting here waiting for sunup to crank up the jalopy and head off on a minor sabbatical for a few days.  But waiting gets me musing, so I think I'll muse on screen.

When I came to LP almost a year ago I watched the threads a while, but I was here for a specific reason... the same reason anyone comes to LP.  I wanted to find out how to win the lottery.

I posted a thread, http://www.lotterypost.com/threads.asp?tp=109482&sp=27&sq=Rip+Snorter&sm=p&si=a&sf=0&sd=365&ss=dd&rp=Search explaining what circumstances led me to it.

I also submerged myself in every aspect of number behavior I could concieve of.  I refused to disbelieve anything unless I saw for myself it wouldn't work.

I think I'm coming right along toward getting it figured out.  The predictions pages seem to be holding fast, still getting enough hits on the predictions to keep me imaginary money ahead.

It's taken me a year of submersion in the numbers and trying crazy things to discover for a certainty that it can be done, knowing fairly well what numbers are going to hit on a given day.  I believe you can do it, anyone can do it, and that most of you can do it a lot more easily than I did, because hopefully you are smarter than me.

The first step is in believing those numbers aren't random and that you are the person to figure out how they work.  The second step is not believing almost anything anyone else pronounces about how numbers work.  Including me.

If you keep an eye on the prediction statistics and see Rip Snorter begin to fade, it was all a fluke and everything I'm saying now is BS.  But if there continue to be more imaginary dollar successes than failures it ought to serve as proof to you that some dumb old country boy in New Mexico figured out a way to understand enough about number behavior to beat the odds a bit.

If you want to try it you can follow my thought processes and the testing I've done, the things I've tried right through this blog..... they're all back there, crazy and unlikely, but maybe they'll help.

Or, if you see me going belly up on the prediction statistics, go back up to the mathmatics forum and lottery systems forum and hope for the best.

But my guess is if you want to figure out how numbers work you are going to need a Premium Membership.  LP is good, but not good enough unless you have the tools Todd provides to allow you to use LP as a launchpad.

Best to you, blogsters.  Good luck.


Entry #464


konaneComment by konane - November 28, 2005, 9:35 am
Being able to predict has an ebb and flow just like the ocean. Sometimes we're all in the flow swimming like crazy things coming together just right and sometimes we end up like beached whales for awhile until the tide comes back in and we enjoy a better fate than the whale.

Also sometimes those prediction cycles go between different games so if one type isn't working then go to another and try your hand at that one for perhaps a pleasant surprise.

Whatever game you're working on at the time, the very best of luck to you. Perhaps your getting away will be the breath of fresh air break that's needed to come back full force.
Comment by Rip Snorter - December 2, 2005, 5:01 pm
Thanks konane.
Comment by Rip Snorter - December 2, 2005, 7:27 pm
I doubt anyone reads blog comments, so this is a nice secluded corner to inject one.

So far as I can discern in retrospect, the downside of LP lies in the certainties of so many good people who, in an effort to help others, are quick to pronounce what is and what is not 'true' based upon their own beliefs and experiences.

We all come here to learn, but that quickly changes and we (think we) are teachers.

If the numbers can't be predicted or understood the most efficient use of anyone's time is the QP. But, if a person believes there's a means of understanding or predicting number behavior there's only one measure of success in the veterans: prediction history and personal prediction statistics based on wager amounts/win-losses. The bottom line.

If a person predicting has a negative total in the summation, if the wager amounts are larger than the wins, he/she has no business giving advice to anyone about how numbers behave. Maybe, neither does anyone else, but certainly not people who have a history of losing more than they've bet in their predictions.

But of course, they do and they will because they've come to see themselves as 'experts', despite the fact they should be on the learning side of the equation.

We're blessed with enormous brains, we humans. The universe evidently provided us the egos to help us find ways to avoid using those enormous brains.

We aren't teachers. We're learners until there's someone around here who understands things well enough to put the profit/loss on the positive side and keep it there. Then the person who can do that needs to go find something else to learn.

konaneComment by konane - December 4, 2005, 12:05 pm
I think people manifest wins according to their particular beliefs, therefore there is no hard and fast formula touted by someone to be grabbed onto which is guaranteed to work for us.

Would sure be nice if there were!!!!!!
Comment by Rip Snorter - December 4, 2005, 12:10 pm
You could be right, konane, or you might as easily be wrong. One of the hardest lessons of this life involves the fact our thinking something is so doesn't make it so.

It sure would be nice if it did!!!

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