|Posted: October 17, 2011, 6:21 pm - IP Logged|
I admit that I am so slow, I'm going backwards.......
Does this mean that if I follow my gut instinct on 4 key numbers in my number crunching and decide to drop somewhere between $500 to $10,000 following a hunch, that I am doing something wrong?
I understand that these "whales" had a larger budget to work with.
But does that mean when the "non-whales" go for it we are going to be denied the opportunity to see if we were right or wrong?
Does this mean that if we are right on the money with our 4 key numbers and we spend the $500 to $10,000, then we don't get paid all of our winnings?
Seems to me that the other "whales" are miffed because "young buck" beat them at their own game and forced their hand.
I find it hard to believe that the original "whales" gave a "fat-rats'-azz" about the other lottery players getting in on the rolldown payout.
This is AMERICA!!
Rule #1: "THE BANKROLL RULES.........." (Sir-Mix-Alot)
That's why during "rolldown season" the "whales" swim to the bank with millions and the average joe blow don't.