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Has anyone tried the Robert Walsh Pick 3 or 4 Lottery System?

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Posted: July 16, 2012, 6:18 pm - IP Logged

I saw the realitywiz post as a combination of frustration and sarcasm over a product that didn't meet his expectations. And yes, the accepted method of resolving the issue would be to contact the product maker.

Perhaps we should ask mc if this approach of talking to Robert for explanations is even possible?? I can understand that people have questions and would like to get answers, even if it is by talking to other people who have used the product and have practiced it.

Again I have no idea if this can be done, or if Robert refunds money to those who are completely dissatisfied. I personally have seen the online presentation and was not impressed by Robert (although he seems like a really nice guy) and I always "consider the source" when making a purchase. If I bought the product it would be with the idea of "making a small contribution to a worthy cause" and would just accept whatever I get with a smile. Law of attraction and Thriftys positive energy flow system intact. lol. lol.

Players get what they pay for.

Back in the day when systems were in booklets or pamphlets and sold at high volume lottery retailers and in the gaming section at books stores, players bought them more for the data than the system. I paid $20 for the "Scientific Number Selector" and with it got all the pick-3 numbers updated monthly for a year. And that system was easy and economical to use; caught a straight hit four days after I tried it too. There were many dream books and those today are still using the same numbers for the same dreams.

When the lotteries began offering lotto games, authors like Gail Howard and Robert Serotic sold wheels where the "players picked their own numbers". Serotic sold a product called "Lottery Expert for Windows" that cost about $10 unless you knew someone who bought it and they could copy it to a 3 1/2 inch floppy. It basically divided the lotto numbers into "hot, neutral, and cold" numbers and players could use a wheel and put the results on playslips.

Most systems provide hits, but don't provide enough hits to cover the cost of play over time. Lottolaughs gave me a link to a site that probably has over 50 pick-3 and pick-4 systems and BobP's Lotto-logic has many too. New pick-3 players don't know the game is almost 100 years old and the system they paid $100 for is nothing more than a rehash of another free system by adding bells and whistles. Never read Walsh's book but I'll bet it's similar to other systems.

So far I've only read someone asking if anyone else purchased Walsh's product without any explanation of the strategy. If they really want help, why not openly tell us what their problem is and maybe someone will find a way to make it work or at the worst explain why they wasted their money. Makes me wonder if they really bought the product, want to advertise it, or just want to whine about it.

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    Talking about wheels, Jacob Steiner (18 March 1796 – 1 April 1863) had a speciality.
    Date of today: 17/07/2012.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jakob_Steiner
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steiner_system


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      Posted: July 17, 2012, 10:00 am - IP Logged

      You mean THIS specialty?


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        Players get what they pay for.

        Back in the day when systems were in booklets or pamphlets and sold at high volume lottery retailers and in the gaming section at books stores, players bought them more for the data than the system. I paid $20 for the "Scientific Number Selector" and with it got all the pick-3 numbers updated monthly for a year. And that system was easy and economical to use; caught a straight hit four days after I tried it too. There were many dream books and those today are still using the same numbers for the same dreams.

        When the lotteries began offering lotto games, authors like Gail Howard and Robert Serotic sold wheels where the "players picked their own numbers". Serotic sold a product called "Lottery Expert for Windows" that cost about $10 unless you knew someone who bought it and they could copy it to a 3 1/2 inch floppy. It basically divided the lotto numbers into "hot, neutral, and cold" numbers and players could use a wheel and put the results on playslips.

        Most systems provide hits, but don't provide enough hits to cover the cost of play over time. Lottolaughs gave me a link to a site that probably has over 50 pick-3 and pick-4 systems and BobP's Lotto-logic has many too. New pick-3 players don't know the game is almost 100 years old and the system they paid $100 for is nothing more than a rehash of another free system by adding bells and whistles. Never read Walsh's book but I'll bet it's similar to other systems.

        So far I've only read someone asking if anyone else purchased Walsh's product without any explanation of the strategy. If they really want help, why not openly tell us what their problem is and maybe someone will find a way to make it work or at the worst explain why they wasted their money. Makes me wonder if they really bought the product, want to advertise it, or just want to whine about it.

        Good point Stack,

        No one is asking any understandable questions for discussion.


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          Posted: July 21, 2012, 2:22 pm - IP Logged

          I like Robert, even though I ...........................................

           

                  DON'T BUY HIS PRODUCTS.


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            I like Robert, even though I ...........................................

             

                    DON'T BUY HIS PRODUCTS.

            Many people who LIKE Walsh but don't buy his products, will buy from Steve Player instead.  (He takes all major credit card Ronnie).  Wink


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              Many people who LIKE Walsh but don't buy his products, will buy from Steve Player instead.  (He takes all major credit card Ronnie).  Wink

              Well, and at only $295. for a pick 3 systematic approach. Who could refuse?


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                Posted: July 21, 2012, 8:24 pm - IP Logged

                Well, and at only $295. for a pick 3 systematic approach. Who could refuse?

                Many do refuse, however if only 1% decide to purchase (with a no money back guarantee), this is still a cool cash cow.


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                  Many do refuse, however if only 1% decide to purchase (with a no money back guarantee), this is still a cool cash cow.

                  I like a healthy cash cow.


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                    Posted: July 21, 2012, 8:52 pm - IP Logged

                    I like a healthy cash cow.

                    I'm sure Nancy P. would approve of.   Hurray!


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                        Posted: July 21, 2012, 9:07 pm - IP Logged

                        Where  to read  Walsh and Players  Books :


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                          Where  to read  Walsh and Players  Books :

                          Many younger readers, also appreciate knowing more about these exciting award winning systems!

                           


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                            Many younger readers, also appreciate knowing more about these exciting award winning systems!

                             

                            The younger breed of lotto players seem to be at the top of their game. They frequently outperform their senior counterparts, because they have

                            no prejudice against any pre-existing lottery systems. First there were hedge fund and inherited money babies, now make room for the up and

                            coming lottery babies!  Disney   Hurray!


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