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Anyone ever try Author Encoe's strategies?

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New York's avatar - 103h4yr
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Posted: April 15, 2013, 11:43 pm - IP Logged

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

 

MENTAL NOTE: never place the Vicks Vapo-Rub next to the jalapeno dip.

No way! Lol.

I suggest studying the book carefully and try contacting him so you can ask him questions on where you're having difficulty understanding.

Never quit the lottery. With lottery, it's trial and error, until you get it right. I read the reviews on amazon and they spoke highly about the book. Usually, all lottery books on amazon get flamed. However, this book had 3 reviews.

Anyways, stay positive, don't give up on learning the techniques this book has to offer. I would suggest, of possible, to contact the author with an email, and have a discussion about understating his methods.

Lmao @ Vicks!

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    which Canada Lottery do you play?

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      Posted: April 15, 2013, 11:45 pm - IP Logged

      which Canada Lottery do you play?

      Great question. I'm guessing pick 3?


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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).

        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

         

        But you do see them. They just don't conform to your models. How can you differentiate between random and non-random sequences? There is no Universal definition of what random is. In reality, anyone making a claim that they understand the inner workings of randomness Is shooting themselves in the foot. Think about that for a moment. Random means any which way, up, down, sideways, Inter-dimensional. Any attempt by Humans to look for patterns and decide this is a way to predict future outcomes is false. They're missing the point.

        To answer your question with a question, how do you know for sure the snippets you do see now, aren't part of the random event? There will be many different snippets of sequences to follow.

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          Posted: April 15, 2013, 11:48 pm - IP Logged

          Great question. I'm guessing pick 3?

          clearly P3LOL I meant which canada Ontario, Quebec, Western Canada

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            I don't have any contact info. None on Amazon that I can see; none in his books.

             

            I used to be very good at math and subscribe to the school of thought that math is a highly structured form of intuitive insight. Random numbers, in my opinion, are like math structures that can't get past the intuitive plane without exploding like a zit.

            Randomness is only a phenomenon of human beings. Only humans perceive it. The universe makes no distinction. Why is that so? Who or what is preventing the human brain from peering into the secrets of numbers that the material universe has no problem looking into? This always intrigued me. I believe the lottery corps "suspect" this and regularly test and change their RNG's/balls/machines in "trends" to offset this unnacountable observation.

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              Posted: April 15, 2013, 11:50 pm - IP Logged

              looks like their trying to do A TTT some sort 

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                Posted: April 15, 2013, 11:51 pm - IP Logged

                Yeah I'm Canadian eh? Ontario Pick-3. And we have Pick-2 also.

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                  clearly P3LOL I meant which canada Ontario, Quebec, Western Canada

                  Lol oops :D

                  It's almost 12:00 AM and I'm sleepy lol.

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                    Posted: April 15, 2013, 11:54 pm - IP Logged

                    Yeah I'm Canadian eh? Ontario Pick-3. And we have Pick-2 also.

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                      The reason you don't often see 1-2-3-4-5-6 is for the same reason you probaly won't see 1-2-37-42-43-59 anytime soon. I'll bet you 500 hundred bucks everyday for the rest of my life that the sequence above will never show in full, all six numbers in my lifetime.

                      Sequential numbers are an Illusion, only because they have a bias and nothing more. Pattern seeking Humans always trying to make sense of things. That's a good trait to have, but not in the world of numbers.

                      Random means= anything and every which way possible.

                      But i do have fun trying to find patterns nevertheless. Once in a while i get lucky and win.

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                        The reason you don't often see 1-2-3-4-5-6 is for the same reason you probaly won't see 1-2-37-42-43-59 anytime soon. I'll bet you 500 hundred bucks everyday for the rest of my life that the sequence above will never show in full, all six numbers in my lifetime.

                        Sequential numbers are an Illusion, only because they have a bias and nothing more. Pattern seeking Humans always trying to make sense of things. That's a good trait to have, but not in the world of numbers.

                        Random means= anything and every which way possible.

                        But i do have fun trying to find patterns nevertheless. Once in a while i get lucky and win.

                        So the theory of evolution IS wrong?

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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).

                          What do you think about these:

                          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/240717/2362634

                          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/240717/2362642

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                          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/240717/2364008

                          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/240717/2364074

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                          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/240717/2365443

                          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/240717/2365522

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                          By the way don't bother trying to contact LANTERN he is gone to never be back unless somebody hacks the Lottery Post and it is able to get LANTERN's password for L.P. and takes LANTERN's place here on LP.

                          Any P.M.s that you send to LANTERN if hes box is not full by now will never be answered by LANTERN, unless LANTERN is able to get his password back for that I.D. and that probably won't happen.

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                            No one will ever know that's why we're left predicting. We look at past results (well I do) and apply formulas to past winning numbers to create new winning numbers. This is what I believe in.

                            I simply record, connect, and apply a formula to create a new winning connecting number. I'm always close or the day I post numbers, the numbers that I posted appear 6 draws later.

                            Anyways, I'm interested in this book!! I want it!


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                              Posted: April 16, 2013, 12:09 am - IP Logged

                              So the theory of evolution IS wrong?

                              Evolution of the species has absolutely nothing to do with randomness involving numbers.

                              Species evolve by adaptaion, numbers are not animated so they can't adapt.

                              The strong survive weeding out the competitors. This is why the Kodak Corporation went out of business. They're internal consultants were opposed to change. Meanwhile, digital advances in the video realm by competing companies, forced Kodak out of business because they became obsolete.