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Anyone ever try Author Encoe's strategies?

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Posted: April 15, 2013, 2:38 am - IP Logged

If you did and you purchased his books, can I get help interpreting his brand of English to discover what the heck he is trying to reveal?

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    Posted: April 15, 2013, 9:26 pm - IP Logged

    Sorry, I never heard of him but how did your boot get sozzled?


                                                 
                         
                                             

     

     

     

     

                                                                                                       

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

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      Posted: April 15, 2013, 9:52 pm - IP Logged

      Save your money !!! No need to buy someone elses book when all the information is here on Lottery Post . Abou 99.9 % of any of the information or systems bought from others is from Lottery Post .  Invest your money into Lottery Post Membership !!!!


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        Posted: April 15, 2013, 10:06 pm - IP Logged

        If you did and you purchased his books, can I get help interpreting his brand of English to discover what the heck he is trying to reveal?

        I'm confused. Do you currently own the book, or are you asking for someone who has it?  If you haven't purchased his book, then how do you know about his bad explanations and that his brand of English is bad?

        If you did buy it, then I understand the question. Ha ha, sorry, I get a little tipsy sometimes (every night), lol.

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          I'm confused. Do you currently own the book, or are you asking for someone who has it?  If you haven't purchased his book, then how do you know about his bad explanations and that his brand of English is bad?

          If you did buy it, then I understand the question. Ha ha, sorry, I get a little tipsy sometimes (every night), lol.

          I think he's saying he did buy it but can't understand it.


                                                       
                               
                                                   

           

           

           

           

                                                                                                             

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

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            I think he's saying he did buy it but can't understand it.

            Thanks Ridge, i just realized my stupidity and edited the post, and at the same time you corrected me. ha ha

            It's the vodka and plant material. Green laugh


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              I did look on Amazon a few mintues ago and got mixed reviews by the purchasers. I have a hard time believing reviews because a lot of them are based on complaining or praising about  a particular system in a way that for them, unwittingly reveals themselves as inexperienced players. Also, the way they explain what they learned is so obvious. Their explanation was geared towards a more fundamental learning experience. As If they just found out what patterns are, or what trends are.

              I checked out many reviews, and BTW, this person has about 5 or 6 other books to sell, and i can't come up with a solid and trustworthy means to a conclusion. One guy said, paraphrasing, "All this guy talked about was trends", and nothing else. lol Another person wrote, "I love this book, I never knew you could analyze the numbers instead of picking them out of thin air". Green laugh

              So the moral of the story is that a good review doesn't necessarily mean the system is up to your level of advancement. It just means that it's most likely the case that this person has never studied something fundamental as trends and patterns, not to mention higher levels of analyzation, now this person gets excited and writes a review as If he/she saw the holy grail.

              Erroneous readings.

               

              On another similar note, that's why I don't trust the BBB anymore, after finding out that people can pay to have better reviews for their business. Puke

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                Posted: April 15, 2013, 11:19 pm - IP Logged

                Thanks Ridge, i just realized my stupidity and edited the post, and at the same time you corrected me. ha ha

                It's the vodka and plant material. Green laugh

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                  Thank you all for responding. There isn't much info out there on this guy but...

                  he seemed to be heading in a direction I've often thought about and that is this:

                  In order for a random number to be truly random, there has to be a kind of meta math (math outside of math) to insure that patterns are always separated from non-patterns.

                  Think about it. If a set of numbers over the course of a year or so are truly random, why dont we see random snippets of purely sequential numbers as often as non sequential?

                  I mean...

                  ...isn't that what even the theory of evolution touts?

                  So you should see in a Pick-3, for example, a sequential snippet like: 222, 223,224,225,226,227,228,229,230,231,232,233. My understanding is that a RNG doesn't care as long as those numbers were what popped up. But random numbers DO care...and that's my point. Random numbers care that they are random!

                  If not, then I want my money back on the theory of evolution!

                  Crazy

                  But here would have been my question: How do you map a vertical column like this:

                  123

                  456

                  789

                  012

                  Into two square boxes like this:

                  -  0  -                2  -  8

                  2  -  7               -   6  - 

                  -  4  -                8  -  9

                  5  -  3               -  1  -

                  Which is similar to what Author Encoe did. He never explains it. (Note the vertical column is accurate, and the box layouts and patterns are accurate, but I forgot the exact order of numbers he used in the boxes where there is no dash mark; I returned the books for a refund because I couldn't get past that point).

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                    Thank you all for responding. There isn't much info out there on this guy but...

                    he seemed to be heading in a direction I've often thought about and that is this:

                    In order for a random number to be truly random, there has to be a kind of meta math (math outside of math) to insure that patterns are always separated from non-patterns.

                    Think about it. If a set of numbers over the course of a year or so are truly random, why dont we see random snippets of purely sequential numbers as often as non sequential?

                    I mean...

                    ...isn't that what even the theory of evolution touts?

                    So you should see in a Pick-3, for example, a sequential snippet like: 222, 223,224,225,226,227,228,229,230,231,232,233. My understanding is that a RNG doesn't care as long as those numbers were what popped up. But random numbers DO care...and that's my point. Random numbers care that they are random!

                    If not, then I want my money back on the theory of evolution!

                    Crazy

                    But here would have been my question: How do you map a vertical column like this:

                    123

                    456

                    789

                    012

                    Into two square boxes like this:

                    -  0  -                2  -  8

                    2  -  7               -   6  - 

                    -  4  -                8  -  9

                    5  -  3               -  1  -

                    Which is similar to what Author Encoe did. He never explains it. (Note the vertical column is accurate, and the box layouts and patterns are accurate, but I forgot the exact order of numbers he used in the boxes where there is no dash mark; I returned the books for a refund because I couldn't get past that point).

                    I Agree!

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                      What exact methods does the author use? Formulas, charts, etc? And, does his methods pinpoint to the next potential winning number? Or is it another method where you create a pool of new winning numbers and wait until they hit?

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                        Posted: April 15, 2013, 11:33 pm - IP Logged

                        See my redited reply where I thanked people.

                         

                        He generates sets of numbers that have relationships based on mapping columns to boxes (whatever that means).

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                          See my redited reply where I thanked people.

                           

                          He generates sets of numbers that have relationships based on mapping columns to boxes (whatever that means).

                          Thanks. Unfortunately I have no idea what he means. I may have to purchase the book and study it to see what I come up with and hopefully understand his techniques, so I can share my experience with others.

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                            Thanks. Unfortunately I have no idea what he means. I may have to purchase the book and study it to see what I come up with and hopefully understand his techniques, so I can share my experience with others.

                            I Agree!

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                              So you're saying I should forget lotteries and become a monk!

                               

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