|Posted: February 19, 2007, 4:05 pm - IP Logged|
i will have to say me and my friend went to a casino in detroit and i seen this with my own eye's, we were playing roulette and the little ball landed on 17 a dead stop on 17 i looked away for 1 sec then the ball jumped and i heard this looked again the ball was on 4 so i asked the dealer that was there how did it do that , she said maybe some one bumbed the table buy those table's are sold and mounted to the floor , i told her no way ther was just the two of us at the table , then she said maybe a ghost now it would take a earthqauik to move that ball out of it's slot not a table bump which did not happen ,iv never been back to 1 ever since and if i ever find out the states cheat like this too i'll never play again , i do play the mm cuz its 50/50 on the money if i never win o well my money that i but in 50% will help people go to collage and thats worth ever penny but i will never go to a casino again unless they pay me lol.
You don't have to guess at about anything, all you need to do is take a good look at and study the games' past draws, ask yourself "What are the "Natural" odds of this and or of that happening and of those things happening so often or as often as they happen ?", many people just don't seem to know much at all about patterns, no wonder that they can't predict right anything, at least not often enough.
But since perhaps none of us has a lottery draws machine, we have no "Base-Line" readings with which to compare, with states' lottery draws, the unusual appears to be the "Norm".
Anyhow, Why cry?, if we don't like it, we then should just not play.
Might perhaps be best to assume the worst (Just in case) and look for "Loop-Holes" and or "Safer" prediction techniques or methods.
Of course, in the above roulette case, it might be best to never again play at that particular casino.
As to lottery operators, they know only so much about prediction techniques if anything at all and also they have to "Deal" with a lot of bought picks or numbers, not just yours.
If anything, it might just be safer for them to "Pick" as winning numbers those that were bought the least, instead of trying to figure out how to "Screw" yours and others' prediction techniques.
After all, they do have and use computers and terminals with which they sell lottery numbers and also have one or more "Main" 'Home" computers and also do stop the sale of tickets with more than enough time before the "Supposed" draw(s) and let us not forget also about the so called "Pre-Draws".
Any-How as it might be or not, What does it matter? First of all, people are not going to stop playing, Second, just study the past draws of the particular game(s) and go from there.
For all that anybody really knows (And that is nothing, nothing at all) maybe none or few of the draws are "Fixed".
But just maybe.