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 Well, I'm not interested in touring or anything. But, it's not necessary to go anywhere to play other states. One could just do that online.  I'm on here to help stir people in the right direction. I'm also in the midst of writing a book on the subject. If you're wondering, I'm not on here to sell anything either.

will you please stir me in the right direction Party


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     Well, I'm not interested in touring or anything. But, it's not necessary to go anywhere to play other states. One could just do that online.  I'm on here to help stir people in the right direction. I'm also in the midst of writing a book on the subject. If you're wondering, I'm not on here to sell anything either.

    Bragging rights can only be claimed after you've proven your method to work. So many people come here telling everyone they cracked it, and then disappear almost as fast as they came.

    I wonder when you decided to use the word "Stir" instead of "Steer", whether it was a genuine mistake, or a freudian slip. Ponder

    Then you claim you're not selling anything, but you clearly mention a book that you're working on. If my math works correctly, the odds of knowing what's in the book is pretty close to odds of you refusing to reveal what you wrote here, which is one big fat ZERO CHANCE. lol 

    Peter St. Pierre has already proven his method works, it's your turn. Talk is cheap.


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      Posted: June 7, 2013, 6:44 pm - IP Logged

      890 120 2268

      I could give you a list of #'s to play online. But, the pattern is not strong enough(i.e. secure enough) to warrant a play at this time.


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        I could give you a list of #'s to play online. But, the pattern is not strong enough(i.e. secure enough) to warrant a play at this time.

        Its better to just give us some numbers and NOT tell us how you get them. Keep your secret safe.


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          Posted: June 7, 2013, 6:59 pm - IP Logged

          Bragging rights can only be claimed after you've proven your method to work. So many people come here telling everyone they cracked it, and then disappear almost as fast as they came.

          I wonder when you decided to use the word "Stir" instead of "Steer", whether it was a genuine mistake, or a freudian slip. Ponder

          Then you claim you're not selling anything, but you clearly mention a book that you're working on. If my math works correctly, the odds of knowing what's in the book is pretty close to odds of you refusing to reveal what you wrote here, which is one big fat ZERO CHANCE. lol 

          Peter St. Pierre has already proven his method works, it's your turn. Talk is cheap.

           Actually, that was a genuine mistake. Anyway, I'm not like the others you speak of. This time it's different. I'm the real deal. I have revealed a lot on Lottery Post chat though. The information I've provided ,thus far, is with the intent to help people change the way they think about the game. This is very important in being able to beat it. I had to do the same thing myself. But, you're right about the proof thing.

           I'm curious about something. What's the story with this Peter St. Pierre thing? How has he proven his method. If you can, please brief me on the crux of his method. If anything, I'll provide my honest opinion on it.

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            Posted: June 7, 2013, 7:02 pm - IP Logged

             Actually, that was a genuine mistake. Anyway, I'm not like the others you speak of. This time it's different. I'm the real deal. I have revealed a lot on Lottery Post chat though. The information I've provided ,thus far, is with the intent to help people change the way they think about the game. This is very important in being able to beat it. I had to do the same thing myself. But, you're right about the proof thing.

             I'm curious about something. What's the story with this Peter St. Pierre thing? How has he proven his method. If you can, please brief me on the crux of his method. If anything, I'll provide my honest opinion on it.

            can you talk about Peter St. Pierre later i need some help!


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              can you talk about Peter St. Pierre later i need some help!

               You still haven't filled me in on how you go about your game. I was hoping to use that as a starting point to help you. Maybe, it would help if I asked you some questions. Do you play just one number or many? On what basis do you pick your number(s)?

               There are two fundamental ways to handle your game. One way is to stick with the same number(s) on each and every play. This means playing every time and not skipping. The other way is to follow the patterns of the game. This means playing different numbers all the time. This way frees you up so you don't have to play on every draw. In effect, you're target-playing. You only play when it's in your favor. Where does your play fit in with this?

               I recommend that you ,first, set yourself up with an account online. You can play online at .25/ticket. This will allow the game to go easy on your budget. There are perks that you get at some of these websites too.

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                Posted: June 7, 2013, 7:29 pm - IP Logged

                 You still haven't filled me in on how you go about your game. I was hoping to use that as a starting point to help you. Maybe, it would help if I asked you some questions. Do you play just one number or many? On what basis do you pick your number(s)?

                 There are two fundamental ways to handle your game. One way is to stick with the same number(s) on each and every play. This means playing every time and not skipping. The other way is to follow the patterns of the game. This means playing different numbers all the time. This way frees you up so you don't have to play on every draw. In effect, you're target-playing. You only play when it's in your favor. Where does your play fit in with this?

                 I recommend that you ,first, set yourself up with an account online. You can play online at .25/ticket. This will allow the game to go easy on your budget. There are perks that you get at some of these websites too.

                already there


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                  Posted: June 7, 2013, 7:33 pm - IP Logged

                  already there

                   Okay. What website did you sign up with?

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                     Okay. What website did you sign up with?

                    LOTTERY POST Party

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                      Posted: June 7, 2013, 8:41 pm - IP Logged

                       You still haven't filled me in on how you go about your game. I was hoping to use that as a starting point to help you. Maybe, it would help if I asked you some questions. Do you play just one number or many? On what basis do you pick your number(s)?

                       There are two fundamental ways to handle your game. One way is to stick with the same number(s) on each and every play. This means playing every time and not skipping. The other way is to follow the patterns of the game. This means playing different numbers all the time. This way frees you up so you don't have to play on every draw. In effect, you're target-playing. You only play when it's in your favor. Where does your play fit in with this?

                       I recommend that you ,first, set yourself up with an account online. You can play online at .25/ticket. This will allow the game to go easy on your budget. There are perks that you get at some of these websites too.

                      Great minds do, in fact, think alike. You and I describe the same fundamental approaches to the game...both of which require a reasonable amount of money, consistency, patience, and the right numbers at the right time. This is a very simple concept by which the lottery remains consistent with their draw processes...so the player must do the same. True averages and consistencies are developed when implemented this way and they can be depended on. Why? Because you're doing the same thing the same way every single time...which produces expected averages over a period of time.

                      This is the epitome of a SYSTEM. Can't just change up all the time and expect to get baseline averages (wins)...doesn't work that way. Think about the weather systems...the same conditions are required to produce the same storms, rain, lightning, hurricanes, tornadoes, etc. over and over again. Consistent conditions.

                      The only difference here is that the player won't win every time, but they sure won't lose all the time either. The wins will considerably outweigh the losses, though. 

                      Very good post P3M.

                       

                      L.L.

                      Small games, frequent wins, and regular payouts 'cause.....

                      There are seven days in the week...'Someday' isn't one of them.

                      #lotto-4-a-living


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                        You not playing nice today?


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                          Great minds do, in fact, think alike. You and I describe the same fundamental approaches to the game...both of which require a reasonable amount of money, consistency, patience, and the right numbers at the right time. This is a very simple concept by which the lottery remains consistent with their draw processes...so the player must do the same. True averages and consistencies are developed when implemented this way and they can be depended on. Why? Because you're doing the same thing the same way every single time...which produces expected averages over a period of time.

                          This is the epitome of a SYSTEM. Can't just change up all the time and expect to get baseline averages (wins)...doesn't work that way. Think about the weather systems...the same conditions are required to produce the same storms, rain, lightning, hurricanes, tornadoes, etc. over and over again. Consistent conditions.

                          The only difference here is that the player won't win every time, but they sure won't lose all the time either. The wins will considerably outweigh the losses, though. 

                          Very good post P3M.

                           

                          L.L.

                          I Agree! 3M is a winner.

                          I play the same lines every draw and throw in my system on occasion for good measure.


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                            I dont think Jammy plays the lottery.


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                              Great minds do, in fact, think alike. You and I describe the same fundamental approaches to the game...both of which require a reasonable amount of money, consistency, patience, and the right numbers at the right time. This is a very simple concept by which the lottery remains consistent with their draw processes...so the player must do the same. True averages and consistencies are developed when implemented this way and they can be depended on. Why? Because you're doing the same thing the same way every single time...which produces expected averages over a period of time.

                              This is the epitome of a SYSTEM. Can't just change up all the time and expect to get baseline averages (wins)...doesn't work that way. Think about the weather systems...the same conditions are required to produce the same storms, rain, lightning, hurricanes, tornadoes, etc. over and over again. Consistent conditions.

                              The only difference here is that the player won't win every time, but they sure won't lose all the time either. The wins will considerably outweigh the losses, though. 

                              Very good post P3M.

                               

                              L.L.

                               Yes, that's absolutely true. I've been saying this all along too. Consistency is a critical key to the game. That is, playing the same way under the same conditions. It does take a lot of time, discipline, and patience. Thank you for that.

                                 
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