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Do you play multi-state or one state or few states?

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Warren, MI
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Posted: September 3, 2015, 10:55 pm - IP Logged

Like title states.. Do you play one state, few states (2-4), or multiple states. I have personally done multiple states and feel as if I'm losing my mind keeping up with tracking and seeking patterns for each one... it can be stressful if you make it that way as I am. Time to cut down and focus on getting better instead of missing good opportunities by speed reading every states past 60 draws. State few reasons why you choose to play the amount of states that you do. Does your system work better with multiple states or you do look for certain patterns (don't have to reveal what you look for) and use those for every state, or you don't like waiting like me lol.

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    Posted: September 3, 2015, 10:57 pm - IP Logged

    I only play for the state where I reside, and have focused only on one game.

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      Posted: September 4, 2015, 12:11 am - IP Logged

      I live in NY so I tried with Florida just in case one day I move to Florida I would have it figured out I gave up it was too stressful because I was keeping track of too many games at the same time so I just gave up and concentrated in NY which I keep track of most of the games except C4L I don't like it.

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        Posted: September 4, 2015, 5:47 am - IP Logged

        I think multi-state play only works for those who have a simple system, or who are focusing on only one thing, like BA with his absent All Even/All Odd combos.  Otherwise, it could turn into a full-time job, with overtime!

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            Posted: September 4, 2015, 8:54 am - IP Logged

            Like title states.. Do you play one state, few states (2-4), or multiple states. I have personally done multiple states and feel as if I'm losing my mind keeping up with tracking and seeking patterns for each one... it can be stressful if you make it that way as I am. Time to cut down and focus on getting better instead of missing good opportunities by speed reading every states past 60 draws. State few reasons why you choose to play the amount of states that you do. Does your system work better with multiple states or you do look for certain patterns (don't have to reveal what you look for) and use those for every state, or you don't like waiting like me lol.

            Keeping up with lottery games in multiple states only makes sense, if you are playing online.  Otherwise, you can only physically play in one state, unless you live close to the border of another state, and are willing to drive a distance for an hour(s) or more, to cross the border, to play in another state.  Or, you have a friend or relative who will play in a 2nd state for you.

            Lots of people just keep track of multiple states to play and wager on paper, or to post numbers on the LP prediction board.  Or, to prove that their strategies do in fact work in multiple states, which benefits all of us.

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              Posted: September 4, 2015, 1:16 pm - IP Logged

              I think multi-state play only works for those who have a simple system, or who are focusing on only one thing, like BA with his absent All Even/All Odd combos.  Otherwise, it could turn into a full-time job, with overtime!

              Agree with Tia. It doesn't make sense to spread yourself so thin you can't do a good job of anything you do. Any simple system/program will give you the same basic details. Knowing the game in your home state well, and putting your resources toward it, is far more productive than trying to scatter shoot a hit here and there.

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                Posted: September 6, 2015, 2:59 am - IP Logged

                I see that the consensus is to stay in one state. So, I will stick with my home state (online play) and make it more simple for me while tracking and trapping. Once I get better I'll move onto few more states but not as many as I did before (upper teens). I see people here who have been playing this game for a longer time than I have (started Oct' 14) so I appreciate the advice from experienced players such as yourselves.

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                  Posted: September 6, 2015, 6:54 am - IP Logged

                  The only way I play multi-state is when on vacation...

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