|Posted: September 15, 2009, 8:39 am - IP Logged|
I agree with thegee as this describes the ideal system. Knowing what you've done to get where you've arrived is well over half the battle. Doing drastically different things each time you play will only keep you in the dark. In my opinion, there must be an absolute "basic starting point" in terms of the numbers (conditions) which cater to your system. From this point filtering can be administered without much worry of killing the winning number(s).
Without a starting point, how can you know what to look for and expect? I personally hunt for (2) specific types of numerical formations with a third for back up on those bad days and I play this way all the time because it's so consistent. Numbers generally do what they did the last time with a few variations from time to time.
A system will produce a particular thing over and over again. Even if you lose by the system, at least you know HOW, WHERE, and WHY you lost. I am currently working on a system within a system which entails playing my aforementioned 600 playlist. This compound system will build the consistent profit and then allow me to turn things way down in order to play many times time at a much lower buy in with the odds of making a huge bump within the number of plays which the total dollar amount will allow.
This is experimental and is designed to further develop very small numbers sets that target a direct hit every time. Sorry to be long winded but, I also get excited about this stuff just like the next guy or gal!! This is a good thread diamondpalace.