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Do We Need More Then Luck To Win ??

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Posted: November 2, 2010, 4:34 pm - IP Logged

DO WE NEED MORE THEN LUCK TO WIN ???

To all players & speculators who well versed, well rehearsed, and deeply immersed in the kind of knowledge of winning at lottery, race tracks, bingo, keno, table games, casino machines, stock marekt, Forex etc ???

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    DO WE NEED MORE THEN LUCK TO WIN ???

    To all players & speculators who well versed, well rehearsed, and deeply immersed in the kind of knowledge of winning at lottery, race tracks, bingo, keno, table games, casino machines, stock marekt, Forex etc ???

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    Oh yes

    I'm well versed

    Well rehearsed

    Deeply immersed

    Gonna be first

    My 4-speed's a Hurst

    Never been cursed

    But my lips are pursed

    To throttle my thirst

    Because it's the worst

    My liver might burst

    I need to be nursed   Naughty 

    Jack Daniels, if you please.

     

    Hall of Famer Lefty Gomez used to say he'd rather be lucky than good. Whether that would, could or should apply to the lottery is anybody's guess.

    Gomez also said he had a new invention: A revolving bowl for tired goldfish.


                                                 
                         
                                             

     

     

     

     

                                                                                                       

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

                                                                                                --Edmund Burke

     

     

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      Oh yes

      I'm well versed

      Well rehearsed

      Deeply immersed

      Gonna be first

      My 4-speed's a Hurst

      Never been cursed

      But my lips are pursed

      To throttle my thirst

      Because it's the worst

      My liver might burst

      I need to be nursed   Naughty 

      Jack Daniels, if you please.

       

      Hall of Famer Lefty Gomez used to say he'd rather be lucky than good. Whether that would, could or should apply to the lottery is anybody's guess.

      Gomez also said he had a new invention: A revolving bowl for tired goldfish.

      And tiggs says "luck is the name of the game"..End of story..The best handicappers at the end of thier tip sheets always say "GOOD LUCK"...


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        Depends what state you're playing. I'm beginning to think Florida is consulting devious consultants to skew the numbers in their favor with the p-3.

        The last 3 consecutive draws were......577.........477.........and tonight........drum roll please............................077

        There's something rotten in Tallahassee.

        Yup...You'll need more than luck alright. You'll need a MIRACLE.

         

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          And tiggs says "luck is the name of the game"..End of story..The best handicappers at the end of thier tip sheets always say "GOOD LUCK"...

          Well alrighty then tiggs.

          Good luck.


                                                       
                               
                                                   

           

           

           

           

                                                                                                             

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

                                                                                                      --Edmund Burke

           

           

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            Well alrighty then tiggs.

            Good luck.

            tiggs sees ole ridge is making new friends on the News Forum..Sweet..

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              Depends what state you're playing. I'm beginning to think Florida is consulting devious consultants to skew the numbers in their favor with the p-3.

              The last 3 consecutive draws were......577.........477.........and tonight........drum roll please............................077

              There's something rotten in Tallahassee.

              Yup...You'll need more than luck alright. You'll need a MIRACLE.

               

              Are you saying Florida is fixing the ping pong balls?..Like wow man tell tiggs how they can do that?...


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                And tiggs says "luck is the name of the game"..End of story..The best handicappers at the end of thier tip sheets always say "GOOD LUCK"...

                I disagree. Luck has it's influence, but living beings can also have influence. I'm sure we can both agree on one thing Tiggs. There is no black and white and 99% of everything is not written in stone. There are way too many gray areas in the lottery enigma, to say one thing is true for all of eternity.

                Luck# 1: Won $3,000..... 5 years ago on 984, after many red flags pointed to it. Roommate won 500.

                 

                Luck# 2: Won $1,500 a few months later with 470, because of more indicators/flags.

                 

                Luck# 3:  In a meditative state, I saw the number 400, and the next day, Florida had 400 straight, which I didn't play.

                 

                Luck# 4:  Roommate's friend dropped by unexpected and hasn't been over for a couple of years prior. I was on my way to the store to buy tickets. As I was making conversation about my picks for that evening, before leaving, he told me a quick story about how 10 years ago, a friend of his in a bar talking about the number 666, and the news came on and the lottery result was 666 for that night.

                   I preceded to tell him that It was weird that he brought this up. In the last 2 hours or so, I was on the net looking up the 666 on several sites, and one of them was with the Pope. I left to the store but never picked up on those flags. I didn't play 666. Need I say more on this?

                 

                Luck# 5: On October 23 2010 (2 sundays ago), I was meditating on numbers while lying in my quiet room. I saw 065 clear as a bell. The next day's midday was 665. And it isn't the case that I meditate all the time, as to say I would eventually get it correct. The meditation is rare, and so are the results.

                 

                I can go on and on......

                I must be one heck of a lucky guy.


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                  Are you saying Florida is fixing the ping pong balls?..Like wow man tell tiggs how they can do that?...

                  Technology is only as good as how much they've revealed to us.

                  I saw a show on the TV a year ago that showed how prowlers were on the loose wearing devices that scanned credit cards as the person simply walked passed them. It scanned the cards instantly. The story was based out of a restaurant as a real example of one incident. Now they have protective sleeves you slip your card into to protect the potential victim from this.

                  I bet you never knew that.

                  There's a lot we don't know.

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                    I disagree. Luck has it's influence, but living beings can also have influence. I'm sure we can both agree on one thing Tiggs. There is no black and white and 99% of everything is not written in stone. There are way too many gray areas in the lottery enigma, to say one thing is true for all of eternity.

                    Luck# 1: Won $3,000..... 5 years ago on 984, after many red flags pointed to it. Roommate won 500.

                     

                    Luck# 2: Won $1,500 a few months later with 470, because of more indicators/flags.

                     

                    Luck# 3:  In a meditative state, I saw the number 400, and the next day, Florida had 400 straight, which I didn't play.

                     

                    Luck# 4:  Roommate's friend dropped by unexpected and hasn't been over for a couple of years prior. I was on my way to the store to buy tickets. As I was making conversation about my picks for that evening, before leaving, he told me a quick story about how 10 years ago, a friend of his in a bar talking about the number 666, and the news came on and the lottery result was 666 for that night.

                       I preceded to tell him that It was weird that he brought this up. In the last 2 hours or so, I was on the net looking up the 666 on several sites, and one of them was with the Pope. I left to the store but never picked up on those flags. I didn't play 666. Need I say more on this?

                     

                    Luck# 5: On October 23 2010 (2 sundays ago), I was meditating on numbers while lying in my quiet room. I saw 065 clear as a bell. The next day's midday was 665. And it isn't the case that I meditate all the time, as to say I would eventually get it correct. The meditation is rare, and so are the results.

                     

                    I can go on and on......

                    I must be one heck of a lucky guy.

                    Thanks joker you just proved tiggs right..It was all luck..If it wasen't luck you could do this every day..Maybe we should call you "lucky joker"..What say?..


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                      Thanks joker you just proved tiggs right..It was all luck..If it wasen't luck you could do this every day..Maybe we should call you "lucky joker"..What say?..

                      That's not how intuition along with experience in trends and patterns work. Humans only use about 1/4 of their brains. Maybe even less.

                      Besides, there comes a time when you have to decide whether multiple events are mere coincidences or something else.

                      BTW, If I put all my energy into this, I could do it everyday, but it would take a few hundred years of meditation to acheive such results.

                      When I was about 15 years old, there was a kid named Kevin that my sister would regularly babysit. he was about 6 or so at the time This kid was a walking ESP monster...lol

                      On one particular sitting event, my sister and Kevin were looking out the window, when they saw a a taxi drop off a customer in the adjacent street. During all of this, Kevin told mys sister that he wished that the taxi driver would come to them. My sister went along with it knowing how wild kid's imaginations were.

                      Lo and behold ( and everytime I tell this story,  the hairs at the end of my arm raise), the taxi driver gets in his car and drives the wrong way up a one-way street, right underneath the two-story town house's window where Kevin and my sister are looking out from. The taxi driver gets out of his vehicle and looks up at the two of them in the window as If he saw a ghost, and ran back into his vehicle and made a 3 point uturn and sped off.

                      I guess that was all luck right?

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                        "There's nobody I enjoy beating out of their money more than some clown with a degree in probabilities...especially if they're from Providence"

                        - Las Vegas old time boxman

                        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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                          That's not how intuition along with experience in trends and patterns work. Humans only use about 1/4 of their brains. Maybe even less.

                          Besides, there comes a time when you have to decide whether multiple events are mere coincidences or something else.

                          BTW, If I put all my energy into this, I could do it everyday, but it would take a few hundred years of meditation to acheive such results.

                          When I was about 15 years old, there was a kid named Kevin that my sister would regularly babysit. he was about 6 or so at the time This kid was a walking ESP monster...lol

                          On one particular sitting event, my sister and Kevin were looking out the window, when they saw a a taxi drop off a customer in the adjacent street. During all of this, Kevin told mys sister that he wished that the taxi driver would come to them. My sister went along with it knowing how wild kid's imaginations were.

                          Lo and behold ( and everytime I tell this story,  the hairs at the end of my arm raise), the taxi driver gets in his car and drives the wrong way up a one-way street, right underneath the two-story town house's window where Kevin and my sister are looking out from. The taxi driver gets out of his vehicle and looks up at the two of them in the window as If he saw a ghost, and ran back into his vehicle and made a 3 point uturn and sped off.

                          I guess that was all luck right?

                          That was the most compelling case. But there were other events that the parents routinely experienced.

                          One night it was Kevin's birthday and he was refused to play with one of his presents because it was late. it was a Big wheel. He was promised by his dad that he would be able to play with it in the morning, but he made a fuss.

                          Later that night, his dad got up to go to the bathroom. As the dad was walking thru the hallway, he saw his kid trying to grab the big wheel's handle bars in the livingroom. He called out but Kevin didn't answer and vanished. The dad immediately went to Kevin's room and he was sound asleep.

                          There were other instances where my sister witnessed. She was sitting in the livingroom with the mothe and other adults when Kevin blurted out that daddy was gonna call, and 3 seconds later the phone rang and it was dad.

                          Another time, the dad told us that Kevin had a dream that his grandma was gonna send him a Tonka toy for his birthday, and a week or so later, he received a Tonka Truck in the mail from grandma.

                          Maybe we should also call Kevin...."Lucky Kevin".

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                            That was the most compelling case. But there were other events that the parents routinely experienced.

                            One night it was Kevin's birthday and he was refused to play with one of his presents because it was late. it was a Big wheel. He was promised by his dad that he would be able to play with it in the morning, but he made a fuss.

                            Later that night, his dad got up to go to the bathroom. As the dad was walking thru the hallway, he saw his kid trying to grab the big wheel's handle bars in the livingroom. He called out but Kevin didn't answer and vanished. The dad immediately went to Kevin's room and he was sound asleep.

                            There were other instances where my sister witnessed. She was sitting in the livingroom with the mothe and other adults when Kevin blurted out that daddy was gonna call, and 3 seconds later the phone rang and it was dad.

                            Another time, the dad told us that Kevin had a dream that his grandma was gonna send him a Tonka toy for his birthday, and a week or so later, he received a Tonka Truck in the mail from grandma.

                            Maybe we should also call Kevin...."Lucky Kevin".

                            Maybe  we should get some numbers from Kevin or have him write a dream book

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                              You'd be surprised at the numbers you can see just by bowing your head and looking down at the soup stains and egg yolk on the front of your shirt.


                                                                           
                                                   
                                                                       

                               

                               

                               

                               

                                                                                                                                 

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