|Posted: June 27, 2007, 9:20 pm - IP Logged|
Unfortunately, if I play all of the selections you propose, in the immediate run, for all states, on a regular basis, the profit margin will decrease rapidly.
Every system I've ever seen has short term trends to it. All the back testing on various types of games also applies and confirms to this, whether it's a p-3 game, four, a five or six.
The tricky part I suppose, is to find what trend is next likely to appear.
And it doesen't matter if the system costs 400 bucks at the store. If the system is consistent, Id be content profiting a hundred bucks a day, or more when parlayed. The point is not the quantity of numbers, but rather the accuracy of when a certain group of numbers are due next.
It also applies to just one set. Let's say 123. Sure...if I play this long enough it will eventually be drawn. Just that it will take longer than if I play 20 sets at a time. If i have a consistent method of predicting a single set, just like the 20 set group of numbers. But the 20 set would hit sooner. At any rate, they are equally relative to each other in timing. And it has to be within a reasonable profit range.
I applaud your effort. Without people like yourself, who try to find out for themselves and use their brains, then why even have brains? I'm on the same train as you are. I'm still trying to find out how to make a steady profit out of the p-3. Maybe I should say that I am on that track for full income, but other people might want addition income to their existing one, or just a hooby of theirs. I shouldn't have presumed, but I will say that if an opportunity arose, any sane person would jump on that one, the never ending income solely on the p-3.
My personal opinion is that just because humans haven't figured out a way to examine correctly, how to beat chaos, does not mean that a way does not exist. It's just a matter of when.
On the other hand, there might be a few people out there doing this already under the radar. Cashing straight tickets at various stores around the country as to not look suspicious. Who knows?
I can only imagine looking back a hundred years from now. Saying to myself....Man...I can't believe that person 50 years ago found a way to beat the p-3. Now we don't have this game anymore...lol
My question would be.....Could that same knowledge be applied to all the games, thus making all games of chance obsolete?
I guess my question is....Can a basic game of a thousand to one ever be beat on a consistent basis, and if so, could that successful prediction method ripple across to bigger games, shutting the whole lottery down?
I've heard that they would simply make the rules harder. But would people agree to those terms, hoping only that someone else will eventually come along to solve the new problem? Or Am I thinking to much?........................LOL