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Skills, Traits, and the Lottery

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Do people with special training in their field of work do better with lottery predictions?

Can their attention to detail benefit their prediction stats?

People that deal with numbers every day probably can predict what is the next logical number in a sequence. Some probably could look at the last four Pick-4 drawings and at times predict the next logical number too.

I did it one night when the guy working the counter at the Bowling Alley asked me for a pick-4 number to play. The 2 digit combo 78 stood out and I told him to play it with the digit that had been out the longest which was 2. I played \$2 straight on 7822 and a \$3 box. At 7:30 I was standing on the approach getting ready to bowl when he came out of the bar yelling "we won, we won". From his reaction I thought we hit it straight but it still was a nice box hit.

There is no system involved; it's more like at times certain digit combinations stand out and appear to be the logical play. People waiting in checkout lines at stores look at the past 4 or 5 drawings near the lottery terminal and do the same thing. I can't say if they win more than any other method, but from my experience most of the time there is nothing that stands out so I don't play.

I think people get frustrated trying to find the next logical number when it should appear at the first glance. If nothing stands out there is no reason to play. I know Tiggs believes it blind luck and that maybe what winning any lottery game is all about.

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People that deal with numbers every day probably can predict what is the next logical number in a sequence. Some probably could look at the last four Pick-4 drawings and at times predict the next logical number too.

I did it one night when the guy working the counter at the Bowling Alley asked me for a pick-4 number to play. The 2 digit combo 78 stood out and I told him to play it with the digit that had been out the longest which was 2. I played \$2 straight on 7822 and a \$3 box. At 7:30 I was standing on the approach getting ready to bowl when he came out of the bar yelling "we won, we won". From his reaction I thought we hit it straight but it still was a nice box hit.

There is no system involved; it's more like at times certain digit combinations stand out and appear to be the logical play. People waiting in checkout lines at stores look at the past 4 or 5 drawings near the lottery terminal and do the same thing. I can't say if they win more than any other method, but from my experience most of the time there is nothing that stands out so I don't play.

I think people get frustrated trying to find the next logical number when it should appear at the first glance. If nothing stands out there is no reason to play. I know Tiggs believes it blind luck and that maybe what winning any lottery game is all about.

Stack, I was in total agreement with you all the way through your post up until the last sentence where you supported tiggs' opinion.

At that point you lost all credibility.

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

--Edmund Burke

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Stack, I was in total agreement with you all the way through your post up until the last sentence where you supported tiggs' opinion.

At that point you lost all credibility.

We can't predict the lottery, but we can alway predict what Tiggs will say and that it alway Luck. I agree

with everyone it alot of everything until you get it down, and even things still change.

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We can't predict the lottery, but we can alway predict what Tiggs will say and that it alway Luck. I agree

with everyone it alot of everything until you get it down, and even things still change.

Oh, I don't disagree with the concept, pepper.

It's just that if tiggs says it, then you have to question its veracity.

That and the fact that when I agree with something tiggs says, I just get this creepy, dirty feeling all over me.

I don't know if you're aware but he's from Kentucky.

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 Posted: October 28, 2010, 12:54 pm - IP Logged

WHAT!!!...Is there another tiggs on this forum?..tiggs #1 will get to the bottom of this ridge you can bet your last 2 dollars on that butty wutty...Pepper belives in luck and that's all there is to it..Rock on Pepper babe...

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Stack, I was in total agreement with you all the way through your post up until the last sentence where you supported tiggs' opinion.

At that point you lost all credibility.

LMAO!

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 Posted: October 28, 2010, 8:23 pm - IP Logged

"Skills, Traits, and the Lottery"

I thinks once someone jumps on the P3 bandwagon for whatever the reason,a definite trait has to be an 'obsessive' personality to keep the winning spirit alive.To keep plugging.Answers for winning P3 are nearly boundless.It's just a question of which angle to commit to.

...and tiggs,you know where you can stick your "luck" speech  lol....and I don't mean in the empty Jim Beam bottle underneath your couch

"No matter how bad things may get, I'd like to thank my middle finger

for always sticking up for me.."

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"Skills, Traits, and the Lottery"

I thinks once someone jumps on the P3 bandwagon for whatever the reason,a definite trait has to be an 'obsessive' personality to keep the winning spirit alive.To keep plugging.Answers for winning P3 are nearly boundless.It's just a question of which angle to commit to.

...and tiggs,you know where you can stick your "luck" speech  lol....and I don't mean in the empty Jim Beam bottle underneath your couch

Wow another lottery expert has arrived..You and ridge put your brains together maybe you might come up with something...might!..Good "LUCK"...

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 Posted: October 28, 2010, 8:57 pm - IP Logged

Wow another lottery expert has arrived..You and ridge put your brains together maybe you might come up with something...might!..Good "LUCK"...

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for always sticking up for me.."

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hehehehehehe..Cute...

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You have to be careful what you say to tiggs, JonnyBgood.

He takes everything too seriously.

He was in the Pick 3 Forum once and he heard them talking about mirrors and different permutations and the next day he had mirrors installed over his bed and went out and got a perm.

His wife thought there was a French Poodle laying on his pillow and called Animal Control.

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You have to be careful what you say to tiggs, JonnyBgood.

He takes everything too seriously.

He was in the Pick 3 Forum once and he heard them talking about mirrors and different permutations and the next day he had mirrors installed over his bed and went out and got a perm.

His wife thought there was a French Poodle laying on his pillow and called Animal Control.

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Do people with special training in their field of work do better with lottery predictions?

Can their attention to detail benefit their prediction stats?

joker17 I believe that is true.

It is a transfer of skills. People in the field of forensics must use indicators in order to make a report as to the condition & circumstances surrounding someone's expiration.

A transfer of skills, look to the past history of the #s to discover a set of indicators which will lead to the same occurrences time & time again.

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You have to be careful what you say to tiggs, JonnyBgood.

He takes everything too seriously.

He was in the Pick 3 Forum once and he heard them talking about mirrors and different permutations and the next day he had mirrors installed over his bed and went out and got a perm.

His wife thought there was a French Poodle laying on his pillow and called Animal Control.

That's twofunny.

A HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

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joker17 I believe that is true.

It is a transfer of skills. People in the field of forensics must use indicators in order to make a report as to the condition & circumstances surrounding someone's expiration.

A transfer of skills, look to the past history of the #s to discover a set of indicators which will lead to the same occurrences time & time again.

Yeah and this is why an 85 year old gramma wins and the experts are left scratching thier heads..

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