what? Thanks for starting the Topic and thanks for your participation.
Can you define the terms: Hunter & Trapper?
If possible can you relate your experince using both methods?
My Bad, Raven62!
Thanks! Money Ble$$ing$ to you, always!
I loved your clever response that opened
the topic and I answered you with mine!
I don't post as often as I can,
because I'm not a collector of blue dots.
"If possible can you relate your experince using both methods?"
That is a book waiting to be written by many of us.
Raven62, I read the article below and it got me to think
about my signature statement below.
"How you do anything is how you do everything."
There are elements in the Hunter / Trapper theme that
applies to how we deal with life and not just the lottery.
Think about it in the terms of living and its similiarity to the phrase,
"As above, so below."
"Can you define the terms: Hunter & Trapper?"
Are You A Lotto Hunter or Trapper?
by Scott Rudy
The odd/even statistics are static, they never change, there is no movement,the movement is in the draw of the numbers and how they land the most often.
What would I study? I study all aspects of the numbers, the most importantthing I feel is, you need to know what the static possibilities are first,learning all of the static aspects that are possible in 6 numbers beingdrawn from a field of 49 numbers ranging from 1 - 49.
Then map the movements and occurrences of the numbers drawn to see whatoccurs the most often. Then with the knowledge of the static possibilitiesyou design a trap to try and capture the numbers when they are drawn.
If you're a trapper and you're going to design a trap, you need to know thenature of the beast. What are it's habits? What does it do the most? Howdoes it move? Where does it spend it's time most often? etc.
If you're a hunter, to find what you're looking for you need to know thenature of the beast. What are it's habits? What does it do the most? Howdoes it move? Where does it spend it's time most often? etc.
A trapper and a hunter are very similar, they are both after the same thingbut, a trapper designs a trap sets it and waits, a hunter tracks it's preyupon it's every move. a trapper knows the beast's habits, where it lives andwhere it moves to most often and designs a trap to place in it's path.
A hunter knows the beasts habits, how it moves and the area it lives in themost often. Then the hunter tracks his prey and when he's in range, he takesaim and shoots at his target on it's next move.
To trap numbers you need to know where they go the most often and with thisknowledge you choose a set of numbers based on your trap design that aremost likely to move together and you place them in combinations based onyour trap design.
Once the trap is built and placed in the best spot based on the habits ofthe drawing's movements, you leave it in place and do not change it for anextended period of time, waiting for the numbers to fall into the trap.
Remember that the numbers have a wide range of paths to follow so one mustbe patient and wait for the numbers to run the course that will lead themback down the path that you laid the trap on.
To hunt numbers you can see where they last moved from and you can see wherethey last moved to. Now in hunting and trapping there are rules. The firstrule when hunting for numbers you can only shoot them when they move, youcan't shoot them in the position they are in now. So to take aim you mustdetermine which numbers are most likely to move next and when they do youtake your shot, remember that it takes six numbers to score a kill.
When trying to capture numbers know the area they go to the most often, howthey move, where they come from and where they go. Design and set a trapthat will be static for long periods of time. After the trap is set you gohunting, stalk the numbers that are moving the most often or that have juststarted moving after a long period of inactivity. You may only score a fewshots on the hunt but there is a chance that your trap captured a fewnumbers at the same time.
3W's lotto-logix dot com/txthouse/trapper
Raven62 ... My reply was much longer than I expected.
Thanks again for responding!
~Moon, Resident Earthquake-Meister