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Posted: October 7, 2010, 3:19 pm - IP Logged

I just wanted to inquire if anyone is at a crossroad right now in playing their state lottery, i.e. playing with very poor results in not winning anything for awhile or receiving very low payouts. Please no feedback that I am complaining or that I should stop playing altogether because it is not going to happen; and no feedback that I have an addiction because I am not addicted. However, as I have stated previously, I am a strong believer in “Lottery Karma” and I just know the very minute I stop playing any of my numbers, is the very minute they will hit. Patience, patience, and more patience is obviously the key word; along with strong persistence that eventually my numbers will hit. Also, just being in the right place, at the right time.

  I am very interested to know how the other previous lottery players, whom recently won large jackpot/payouts felt before they finally hit the big jackpot; were they at the same crossroad that I am at???

GOOD LUCK LP FAMILY  IN WINNING BIG !!Banana

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    Posted: October 7, 2010, 8:25 pm - IP Logged

    I know someone who had that happen: He always played the same set of numbers

    He missed a draw and bam!.. all of his numbers popped up on that night (it was Ontario 649)!

    He never played lotto again!..

    Good news is that his wife kept playing and she won $50,000 which was her share of a $250,000 pot that she won playing in a group of 5 friends

    sometimes when a door is slammed shut on you, another one opens..

    fortune can knock on your door anytime; just be patient!

     

    Horseshoe

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      Posted: October 7, 2010, 10:09 pm - IP Logged

      I just wanted to inquire if anyone is at a crossroad right now in playing their state lottery, i.e. playing with very poor results in not winning anything for awhile or receiving very low payouts. Please no feedback that I am complaining or that I should stop playing altogether because it is not going to happen; and no feedback that I have an addiction because I am not addicted. However, as I have stated previously, I am a strong believer in “Lottery Karma” and I just know the very minute I stop playing any of my numbers, is the very minute they will hit. Patience, patience, and more patience is obviously the key word; along with strong persistence that eventually my numbers will hit. Also, just being in the right place, at the right time.

        I am very interested to know how the other previous lottery players, whom recently won large jackpot/payouts felt before they finally hit the big jackpot; were they at the same crossroad that I am at???

      GOOD LUCK LP FAMILY  IN WINNING BIG !!Banana

      Pathological gambling is often associated with denial. People with the illness often refuse to accept that they are ill or need treatment.

      Like alcohol or drug addiction, pathological gambling is a chronic disorder that tends to get worse without treatment. Even with treatment, it's common to start gambling again (relapse). However, people with pathological gambling can do very well with the right treatment.

      http://www.healthline.com/adamcontent/pathological-gambling

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        Posted: October 8, 2010, 2:34 am - IP Logged

        if you are spending so little you can remeber the 6 combo that wins are you really a troubled gambler?

        i mean, if was betting $100 a draw i might think i have a problem, but i sure know im not going ot remeber ea of those100 x6 combos when i see the  games numbers come up if i dont play them. now if i play 4 or 5 lines i may remeber them, but i wouldnt say $4 or $5 a draw is any kind of problem.

        2014 = -1016; 2015= -1409; 2016  = -1171; 2017 = ?  TOT =  -3596

        keno historic = -2291 ; 2015= -603; 2016= -424; 2017 = ? TOT = - 3318

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          Posted: October 8, 2010, 2:50 am - IP Logged

          Dollar419

          I've always wondered about this:

          "I ama strong believer in “Lottery Karma” and I just know the very minute Istop playing any of my numbers, is the very minute they will hit."

          If that's the case, then is there a corresponding Lottery Karma that says that those numbers will not hit until you don't play them? Perhaps it's just another diabolical way the Lottery Fairy uses to entertain herself. Is it as if she is waiting for you not to play them, and then,m and only then is when they will hit?

          Just something to think about.

          Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.

          Lep

          There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.

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            Posted: October 8, 2010, 3:08 pm - IP Logged

            Pathological gambling is often associated with denial. People with the illness often refuse to accept that they are ill or need treatment.

            Like alcohol or drug addiction, pathological gambling is a chronic disorder that tends to get worse without treatment. Even with treatment, it's common to start gambling again (relapse). However, people with pathological gambling can do very well with the right treatment.

            http://www.healthline.com/adamcontent/pathological-gambling

            To: Raven62

             

            I appreciate the link to the website however I know how to find it if I had the problem and as I had stated, I am not addicted and I am not in denial. I can and know when I will quit and I don't have an illness such as  "pathological" gambling.   All I was asking was an opinion on what other lottery players are feeling; no more or no less.

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              Posted: October 8, 2010, 3:12 pm - IP Logged

              Dollar419

              I've always wondered about this:

              "I ama strong believer in “Lottery Karma” and I just know the very minute Istop playing any of my numbers, is the very minute they will hit."

              If that's the case, then is there a corresponding Lottery Karma that says that those numbers will not hit until you don't play them? Perhaps it's just another diabolical way the Lottery Fairy uses to entertain herself. Is it as if she is waiting for you not to play them, and then,m and only then is when they will hit?

              Just something to think about.

              TO COIN TOSS:

              Yes, it might be the case since my numbers haven't hit yet--but I'm a strong believer that the will very soon--I need to ask the "Lottery Fairy" very nicely to sprinkle her fairy dust and release ALL OF MY NUMBERS RIGHT NOW!!.. Thanks for the comment--appreciate it.

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                Posted: October 8, 2010, 3:16 pm - IP Logged

                I know someone who had that happen: He always played the same set of numbers

                He missed a draw and bam!.. all of his numbers popped up on that night (it was Ontario 649)!

                He never played lotto again!..

                Good news is that his wife kept playing and she won $50,000 which was her share of a $250,000 pot that she won playing in a group of 5 friends

                sometimes when a door is slammed shut on you, another one opens..

                fortune can knock on your door anytime; just be patient!

                 

                Horseshoe

                TO: TeAL*888

                Again Lottery Karma strikes again!!--this is just proof that it happens--thank god his wife was patience/persistent and contiune to play which which paid off big time.  Thanks for sharing--it helped a lot; AND P.S. I WILL TRY TO BE MORE PATIENT!!

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                  To: Raven62

                   

                  I appreciate the link to the website however I know how to find it if I had the problem and as I had stated, I am not addicted and I am not in denial. I can and know when I will quit and I don't have an illness such as  "pathological" gambling.   All I was asking was an opinion on what other lottery players are feeling; no more or no less.

                  Don't feel bad Dollar419.

                  One of my ex's called me a pathological philanderer one time and I didn't know what it meant so I just smiled and said "Well, thank ya, lil darlin!" and I tried to kiss her.

                  Well, she reared back and commenced to unleash a haymaker into my torso that liked to broke a couple of my short ribs.


                                                               
                                       
                                                           

                   

                   

                   

                   

                                                                                                                     

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                    Don't feel bad Dollar419.

                    One of my ex's called me a pathological philanderer one time and I didn't know what it meant so I just smiled and said "Well, thank ya, lil darlin!" and I tried to kiss her.

                    Well, she reared back and commenced to unleash a haymaker into my torso that liked to broke a couple of my short ribs.

                    Let's hope next time she lands a lower punch...

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                      Posted: October 8, 2010, 8:04 pm - IP Logged

                      I just wanted to inquire if anyone is at a crossroad right now in playing their state lottery, i.e. playing with very poor results in not winning anything for awhile or receiving very low payouts. Please no feedback that I am complaining or that I should stop playing altogether because it is not going to happen; and no feedback that I have an addiction because I am not addicted. However, as I have stated previously, I am a strong believer in “Lottery Karma” and I just know the very minute I stop playing any of my numbers, is the very minute they will hit. Patience, patience, and more patience is obviously the key word; along with strong persistence that eventually my numbers will hit. Also, just being in the right place, at the right time.

                        I am very interested to know how the other previous lottery players, whom recently won large jackpot/payouts felt before they finally hit the big jackpot; were they at the same crossroad that I am at???

                      GOOD LUCK LP FAMILY  IN WINNING BIG !!Banana

                      mymonthlypicks can tell you about lottery karma.  He didn't play his numbers one week and missed out on $32 million.

                      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/186194/1180721

                      Already regretting delurking...

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                        Let's hope next time she lands a lower punch...

                        Next time?

                        You think I waited around for a next time?

                        Well I had to for a little while til I got shed of her.

                        I kept all the guns and knives outta sight while I was sleepin though.

                        Of all the houses I've had to give to wimmins to get shed of em I had to give up one of my favorites to get away from that maniac.

                        She was plumb loco, that one. She'd be all mad cuz I stayed out all night one time so I stayed away for a couple days and nights to let her cool off and I'd come home and she was still complaining. So I stayed out all night for a week straight to give her time to calm down and when I came home she was still complaining!

                        A man can only take so much abuse.


                                                                     
                                             
                                                                 

                         

                         

                         

                         

                                                                                                                           

                        "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"

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                          Dollar419, go ahead and complain. You have every right to address the subjects you've presented in this forum. In my opinion, the California State Lottery is a scam, and is simply one more vein for liberals to tap. "Bait and Switch" would be an appropriate term to describe what transpired with our state-sanctioned gambling. Just look at what "Ahnold" has done with indian casinos: They were promised sovereignty as federal reservations, but the State of California started taxing their proceeds (And, consequently, the slot machines at those venues have become so tight you need both hands and a crowbar to pull the lever..) This isn't any coincidence, folks. In Vietnam, they knew their economy was on the skids, so the supposedly beneficent government established casinos and lotteries. The peasant population was convinced--as we've been convinced--they were one ticket away from wealth and splendor. What happened was they become poorer, while the government fattened it's coffers on their "Dream". Gambling is an addiction; as destructive as alcoholism and/or drugs. Any sanctioning of an addictive behavior by the state to obtain funds is little more than crass malfeasance. The state didn't do US any favors, Dollar419.