|Posted: May 25, 2006, 11:07 pm - IP Logged|
I voted 'no, for reasons 2, 3 and 4'.
My primary interest on LP involves understanding random numbers behavior, whether it's in the Mystical Forum, Lottery Systems, or on this forum. I read posts by some members on a fairly consistent basis, and don't read others at all.
However, I do study the prediction statistics details and prediction details of any member I see having a good success run.
But I spend a lot more time chasing down draw histories than I spend reading any of the forums. If the only features of this site available to me were limited to what's available to non-premium members I doubt I'd visit the site at all except for a daily rundown on all the draw results.
I can't imagine a better site than this one for providing tools to understand lotteries and number behavior.
Mad Dog's MM and PB threads, I think, are also a valuable asset by allowing non-premium members into the prediction string with more picks than they'd have otherwise. The systems page offers innovative folks such as PAC, tntea, lottovantage, JAP69 and a good many others to bounce ideas and methods off one another in an atmosphere of extreme devil's advocacy.
Yeah, the forums are good, maybe a person ought to read everything. But there are only 34.7 hours in a day.
Absorb the good, ignore the bad, weigh the ugly.
It's about number behavior.
Egos don't count.
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