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inunel: KENO NUMBERS That follow each other?

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Posted: May 21, 2012, 6:07 pm - IP Logged

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      Keno Number Associations-

      Any Keno players tried inumel previously posted advanced number predictions???

      Thanks in advance-

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        I think it's possible (law of attraction)...

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          ow do i bring it up to try? thanks

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            ow do i bring it up to try? thanks

            Thanks Retxx & Jean, et al for your sincere interest

            Had to go deep into my archives to retrieve this one as it seems to have been erased from the board

            KENO Number that follow each other

            "go back as far as 2005 for the games. No actually just keno is the only game i actually play . these group of numbers usually are following 1 after the other .67,68,69,70,77,78,79,80 . These sequences of numbers are usually focus on the ending of the game and in all honesty are constant "

            ~Inunel

            Have a number of inqueries about these associated numbers but cannot seem to make contact with Inunel of Portland Oregon.

            Perhaps we can freely back check the above methodology & see how these associations actually work & post results with forum

            Hope this is useful or at least interesting as the theory of harmonic  alfa numeric interactions, attractions & predictions are possible in all fields of speculation.

            Regards all-

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              Do you have the book "Powerful Profits from Keno" by Victor Royer ($163.07 @ Amazon)?

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                Do you have the book "Powerful Profits from Keno" by Victor Royer ($163.07 @ Amazon)?

                Looks like there's Powerful Profits in selling books also, for Mr Royer, LOL.


                                                             
                                     
                                                         

                 

                 

                 

                 

                                                                                                                   

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                  Posted: May 29, 2012, 4:23 pm - IP Logged

                  Bon Soir Chevalier jeankedemetser,

                  Entre Nous, I checked back in my old keno materials and retrived my 2004 edition which was for novice it OK for $15.00 but  no one is going to recover the massively overpriced Market Amazon cosy. Good Chinese Keno backround & symbols stories, some generic or univwersal number cluster spots but nothing that will make you money over the lopsing game expectaion rate.

                  A better book that follows patterns (with smaller risk) is "CLUSTER KENO" 2nd Edition  which utilizes playing spots into the current hitting Zone Method @ about $17.00 - You may not amke money buy perhaps it will help you lose less Wink LOL

                  Frankly no author, book or program is going to show you how to make money gambling, otherwise the author would be doing himself & not bother trying to sell his books- n'est -ce pas ???

                  BOTTOM LINE: our old oracle Ridge Runner is quite right The only Powerful Profits are the ones the author exploits from the innocent & unwary.

                   

                  Bonne Chance

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                    Looks like there's Powerful Profits in selling books also, for Mr Royer, LOL.

                    I Agree!

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                      Bon Soir Chevalier jeankedemetser,

                      Entre Nous, I checked back in my old keno materials and retrived my 2004 edition which was for novice it OK for $15.00 but  no one is going to recover the massively overpriced Market Amazon cosy. Good Chinese Keno backround & symbols stories, some generic or univwersal number cluster spots but nothing that will make you money over the lopsing game expectaion rate.

                      A better book that follows patterns (with smaller risk) is "CLUSTER KENO" 2nd Edition  which utilizes playing spots into the current hitting Zone Method @ about $17.00 - You may not amke money buy perhaps it will help you lose less Wink LOL

                      Frankly no author, book or program is going to show you how to make money gambling, otherwise the author would be doing himself & not bother trying to sell his books- n'est -ce pas ???

                      BOTTOM LINE: our old oracle Ridge Runner is quite right The only Powerful Profits are the ones the author exploits from the innocent & unwary.

                       

                      Bonne Chance

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                      Chevalier jeankedemetser... LOL Jester

                      You're right. Wink

                      Bien à vous (=best regards),

                      Jeanke de Metser.

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                        Looks like there's Powerful Profits in selling books also, for Mr Royer, LOL.

                        Hey ridge, et al, you are spot on!

                        My point with this follow up on the elusive inumel, is that the uninitiated newbies players really have very little understanding with what they are trying to accomplish, let alone the forces of sobriety that oppose their sincere but misguided efforts - and many of the system sellers systematically loot these innocents.

                        Usually those who pursue the Golden Fleece (Arganouts) are the ones who become flecced themselves.....

                        Having said that (and not intended for your experienced self) it's virtually improbable to over come (long-term) the losing bet propositions the game operators offer for amusement purposes with conventional gaming math, systems or methodologies that utilize negative expectation.

                        Yes highly improbable but not impossible; there are card counters, craps mechanics and wheel cloclockers that have developed the skill & agility of A -22 pilots to overcome the physics of the games but most often these advantage players are finally identified and vigorously met with countermeasures and or barring from properties. Casino counteractions are tightly guarded & can only be accessed at the point of a gun or a grand jury subpoena.

                        The alternative path is to develop your won unorthodox out of the box approaches based on yout own bank roll, temperament etc and stay off the eyes in the sky radar. In some 20 years here at gambling ground zero, I have seen & met a few and understandably they would never let their secrets out but they are out there. A tiny example the authoritive Nevada Gaming Associations says out of the entire gambling pie of players 98% lose; 1% win on table games & 2% in sports & racing books. Now 1% seems small but when it's multiplied over millions of players, the number add up - remember if it 100% impossible to win, why would they need countermeasures???

                        If one plays for amusement, well all entertainment has a cost - the odds remain fixed but if one desires to overcome the odds and walk on water, first step is to get out of the boat.

                        Not a gambling guru or sell anything to anyone, offering my not so humble but hard won realistic observations for the seekers

                        Thank you for your consideration, hope you find the above over condensed info interesting if not useful.

                        Fortuna

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                          Re: Keno - casino Keno - one of the casinos I worked in had a $1 5-spot that payed $1,000.

                          We had a player from California who came in often and he always talked about you may never hit an 8-spot but you just might hit a 5-spot. So he played these 5-spots "$50 worth", i.e., $50 on the same numbers.

                          A typical ticket for him would be 2  11 12  21 22, a "block" of numbers (maybe the book Eddessaknight mentioned, Cluster Keno is about this?)

                          This player hit for $50,000 pretty often. (Granted he had deep enough pockets to play this way). He also loved the props on the crap table, betting hundreds on the Horn Bet and Hi-Lo.

                          He played his $50 Keno tickets for multi-game, and when his ticket ran out the Keno runner would come to the crap table and he would give her a stack of blacks - $2,000 - to keep it going.

                          He also loved video Keno and would play it sometimes while he was waiting for his payoff - and hit for $1750 while he was waiting for the $50,000.

                          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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                            Re: Keno - casino Keno - one of the casinos I worked in had a $1 5-spot that payed $1,000.

                            We had a player from California who came in often and he always talked about you may never hit an 8-spot but you just might hit a 5-spot. So he played these 5-spots "$50 worth", i.e., $50 on the same numbers.

                            A typical ticket for him would be 2  11 12  21 22, a "block" of numbers (maybe the book Eddessaknight mentioned, Cluster Keno is about this?)

                            This player hit for $50,000 pretty often. (Granted he had deep enough pockets to play this way). He also loved the props on the crap table, betting hundreds on the Horn Bet and Hi-Lo.

                            He played his $50 Keno tickets for multi-game, and when his ticket ran out the Keno runner would come to the crap table and he would give her a stack of blacks - $2,000 - to keep it going.

                            He also loved video Keno and would play it sometimes while he was waiting for his payoff - and hit for $1750 while he was waiting for the $50,000.

                            WOW Coin those impressive & unusual hits - big time.

                            Coin Toss has been on both sides of the tables and seen a lot obviously, so thanks for sharing.

                            Evidentely player you mentioned had a little something else 'on the ball' selection wise, your example makes my mercurial point of certainty -perhaps even a little more then is found in CLUSTER KENO by L.J. Zahm

                             

                            Following the little white bouncing ball

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                              Thanks, Edessaknght.

                              This guy had deep pockets and could play that way, but what he said about hitting 5-spots vs 8-spots sure made sense.

                              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.