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#15
That's cool man my dad loves those snacks :p. You definitely start to get lucky when you notices all the positive things around you. Maybe that book was exactly what you needed to really sky rocket your winnings. Do you ever play the lottery or go to casinos? Man i always think winning that big prize would be the best way to get the most out of the magnifier. Hope you aren't motivated to gamble but instead use your skills to get ahead Smile Appreciate the update Ruffian.

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Fonzy
 
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#16
Fonzy, I am absolutely motivated to use my skills to gamble and get ahead! That's why I'm using LM and UM!

I consider playing the lottery a hobby. Although I'm keeping stats and tracking the Fantasy 5, I only play when I believe I have an edge. I haven't bought any tickets since the 10th, that's three weeks ago. I go many weeks or even months without playing the lottery. (BTW, I have hit 4 out of 5 twice in Fantasy 5, and several times have won enough on 3 out of 5 to make a small profit.)

Generally, casino games are negative-expectation games, as are lottery games. Meaning the house always wins. Lottery games are particularly bad, because of the odds, and because of the takeout. State lotteries take around fifty percent of every dollar bet on the lottery for their operating costs, and to fund whatever. So if you play the Pick 3, the odds of hitting any three-number straight combination is 1 in 1,000. The payout for a $1 straight hit (this is in Florida, some states have parimutuel payouts) is $500. Therefore, you have to hit at at least twice the statistical rate just to break even.

Powerball, Mega Millons-the odds of hitting one of the big lottery jackpot games is astronomical. Fantasy 5 has the best odds of Florida jackpot games: 1 in 376,000. Also a problem with jackpot games is that lower-tier prizes are reduced in order to pump up the jackpot. Winning is near impossible, as is just breaking even. But if it is indeed your fate to win a large jackpot, then you just need to buy...one ticket!

However...I believe there are people out there who are making consistent profits, and possibly even earning their living at the “daily games”- Pick 3 and Pick 4. They treat it as their job, and really work at it.

http://www.nhlottery.org/Winners.aspx

This link will take you to the New Hampshire Lottery Winners page. Select game type “Draw” for July 2013. Scroll down until you find the name St. Pierre, Peter. You can see that he won $27,080 playing Pick 4 that month. I'm sorry that they have re-designed this page. The names used to be listed alphabetically, and the results went back to 2008. I went back month by month through 2008, and St. Pierre kept popping up fairly regularly (not every month) with hits of $800 to $6,000, with occasional hits of $20,000 to $40,000. All of this playing Pick 3 and Pick 4. Now you can only search back two years' worth of draws. But if you're interested, check it out.

There's two things we don't know about St. Pierre. One is, how much is he spending to get these hits? And the other is, is he getting smaller hits that he cashes at lottery retailers, instead of lottery offices? But I do know that he has been doing this for at least six years, which to me implies that he is realizing a nice profit, and possibly earning his living by gambling. It seems reasonable to assume that he has a system or method of play to achieve these wins.

My serious interest is playing the horses. I mentioned in post #7 that I finally realized that my inability to become profitable was a psychological problem (and I now add to that “errors in thinking.”) I purchased two books: Gambling Wizards, and Six Secrets of Professional Bettors. The subjects of these books are top-level professional gamblers. Their games of choice are horse betting (Six Secrets of Professional Bettors is almost exclusively horse bettors) poker players, sports bettors, professional backgammon players (this was back in the day,) and blackjack players (this was before casinos clamped down on card counters. Card counting is a viable winning blackjack strategy.) Notice the lack of lottery players, and casino players (other than poker players who play at casinos.)

In Six Secrets of Professional Bettors, some of the subjects had come to gambling from successful careers in the financial and business worlds. The type of attitude common to all of them is that they are entrepreneurs whose business is betting. Gambling is their profession, and once again, hard work is paramount. I believe it was pro gambler Amarillo Slim who declared gambling to be “a hard way to make an easy living.”
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#17
Really interesting thread..

Thank you for journaling your experiences with us.

I have a hunch that add in winning mindset might produce more wins..

It seems you have plenty of motivation.
 
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#18
Dreams, dreams, dreams! Day 36 of LM, 31 of UM, and it seems my subconscious is very, very busy.

I spent time today working with “Change Your Game Forever” (mentioned in a previous post.) It 's just what I needed, and finding it was pure serendipity (serendipity- “an apparent aptitude for making fortunate discoveries accidentally.” Over the past year or so I have found myself consulting the dictionary quite frequently, looking up even very familiar words. I suspect it has something to do with acknowledging the way language influences my thinking, and also a personal effort to be more precise and specific. I've also been wondering how, and how much, the subconscious influences my attention, but perhaps that's better left for another parenthetical phrase.)

At any rate, “Change Your Game Forever” seems like the perfect tool to help me change my thinking regarding the way I bet horses. It thankfully has a practical application component: a template that you fill out before each race to help clarify if you should bet, what you should bet, and how you should bet. I'm hopeful this will mitigate my somewhat scattered style of play. Of course the samples given in the video use the author's methods and angles, so I have to substitute my own in the appropriate places. It's been very interesting so far, but I need to put in more time with this one.

Given that the subjects in Six Secrets of Professional Bettors consider themselves entrepreneurs, it occurred to me that possibly 90%, plus or minus, of the BASE upgrade would be applicable to betting horses. However I'm really hoping for Core Transformation (shameless promotion.) But it's definitely all good!Cool
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#19
I've been back at work for two weeks now. Between trying to get back into my work schedule, and the oppressive heat, I've been pretty tired. Tired = prone to making bad decisions. So while I haven't been playing the horses, I'm still working on my studies.

I've still been catching those green lights, and getting good parking spots. But after forty days (yesterday) of using LM, I feel it's time to move on.Wink
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#20
(08-24-2013, 08:05 AM)Ruffian Wrote: I actually found Indigo Mind Labs because of gambling.

I've been a casual horseplayer for many years. Several years ago, I decided to make a concerted effort to turn pro, or at least semi-pro. I found a computer handicapping program that I really like. I met a couple of horseplayer friends/mentors. I read a lot of handicapping books. I explored more than one method/technique/idea that led to a dead end.

Sometime last year, I realized that my inability to become a consistently profitable player was a psychological problem. I started reading books about successful gamblers and horseplayers, and what contributed to their success. I tried to understand exactly why I couldn't seem to make it work.

At some point, I decided it was a good idea to make my own subliminals (even though on some level, I knew I didn't really want to do that.) I was surfing the net looking for materials on making your own subs, when I stumbled upon the IML site. And promptly surfed away. I continued with my searches, and eventually, once again, landed on the IML site. Even though I had been less than impressed with other producers' subliminals in the past, I took it as a sign, and decided to to give it a go with IML products, and I'm glad I did.

So yesterday I decided to try playing two tracks again. I was able to keep my number of bets down-very good. My attention was good, and I felt very focused. I was able to pass on many races I deemed unplayable. The only thing that got away from me was that all my wins were at one track, and I should have dropped the other track sooner.

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So my win percent is still in the same ballpark. The ROI is down, but I still managed to show a small profit on the day. It's feeling like things are starting to come together, and that my personal style of play is becoming more defined and developed. Sitting in front of the computer for hours playing horses is very demanding, and I think the UM component is helping me maintain the discipline I need.

I also cashed in all of the lottery tickets pictured in the first post. In addition to the $240, I received sixteen lines of quick picks for Fantasy 5. One line hit 3 of 5 for a $9 win.
Luck was incredible for me as well with LM. As for Horses, I urge you to find the book, old book, Investing in The Race Track. I believe if I had enough disposable income I could make a living doing it, especially with the advent of on line betting and resources the author did not have the advantage of at the time. The authors ideology is counter intuitive to the ego, but has produced for me consistently the few times I go to the track. It takes some work and thinking, but becomes routine after doing it awhile. Combining his technique with LM, makes me laugh. For me, it all comes down to lack of time. After reading your post I will probably make time. Thanks I enjoyed reading your post.
 
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#21
I'm glad you enjoyed, Gbjorklu. It's good to find a fellow horseplayer on the forums. And thank you for your recommendation. I personally am using a handicapping program that's insanely good. It rates the horses on a weighted point system, it tells you if the trainer is also the owner, it identifies horses in turf races that have a turf sire and/or dam, and tracks the bias in real time, separately for dirt and turf races. The program is being updated and improved with new statistical data that is track-specific. The programmer is retiring, and going to play horses full-time. To prevent having too many people using this program and diluting the pools, it is no longer for sale to the public.

I also have become friends with the developer of the program, and his wife. I have learned a lot from them, which has influenced my play considerably. While my playing style is based on using the program, it also is flexible enough to include those in-the-moment opportunities that can lead to monster payoffs. Consider this example from last Sunday:

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I often log in to my betting account and look at races (not using the program) to practice seeing what I can see. I chanced upon this race at Monmouth, a Maiden Special Weight for two-year-olds (generally, I don't bet races for two-year-olds.) The horse looked good (I have learned a lot about horses' body language from my friends/mentors,) he was ridden by a top jockey, and the jockey gave him a good pre-race warm-up. I checked Equibase, and the horse was owned by the breeder, and it was a MSW race, not a claimer, so the horse couldn't get claimed. I figured it was worth a $2 win/place bet, and I netted a little over $35 for my trouble. Plus, since the horse ran 6 furlongs in 1:11 and change, I put him in my stable alert to check him out in his next start.

In another example, I was doing the same thing, just looking at some races, not necessarily intending to bet. I was looking at a track (don't remember which one,) and it was the eighth race on the card. I looked back over that day's winners, and every race, except the first, had been won by the horse breaking from the #2 post position. Well, the #2 horse in this race was going off at crazy high odds. Once again, I said heck, it's worth a $2 win/place bet. After battling down the stretch, the #2 was edged out by the favorite, the #3. I thought, oh well, the place payout should repay my bet several times over at least. But wait! There was an objection! The replay clearly showed the #3 horse cutting in front of the #2 horse (smart jock on the #3, he knew the two lane was the place to be!) The objection was ruled in favor of my horse, the #2 (I think it's the only inquiry/objection that has ever been decided in favor of my horse!) My little $2 win/place bet turned into $168. And I thought, there's no way the payout should be this high if even a small percentage of people had noticed what I had noticed, and put a couple of bucks on the #2.

I think a couple of psychological glitches are what's really holding me back from turning pro. I'm already debt-free, and I have plenty of risk capital. Oddly enough, one of my problems is the inability to really pound a wager where it's warranted. A $5 win/place bet in the example above would have been well within reason, but I just couldn't pull the trigger. Since Shannon has indicated he might have a window to build some custom subliminals soon, I have thrown my hat into the ring with Become A Successful Pro Horseplayer. Check it out and see what you think. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to add them in that thread. I told Shannon that I didn't mind if he offered my custom in the store at the regular price. Maybe you would be interested in it also.
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#22
Quote:Since Shannon has indicated he might have a window to build some custom subliminals soon, I have thrown my hat in the ring with Become A Successful Pro Horseplayer. Check it out and see what you think. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to add them in that thread. I told Shannon that I didn't mind if he offered my custom in the store at the regular price. Maybe you would be interested in it also.

You posted a request for a new title in a thread about a custom question. That's not really where it should have gone. So anyone who wishes to add ideas, please post them in an appropriately placed thread, instead. But as for offering your custom in the store at the regular price, it is actually standard operating procedure to do that if the program has potential for further sales. It wouldn't be a matter of if you minded or not. I do like your idea, though. That sounds like a good title.
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#23
Thanks for the clarification, Shannon. I have posted a new thread for Become A Successful Pro Horseplayer under Title Requests and Suggestions. Wink
Fear is the precursor to precognition  *   Defeat your fears; each one of them is a desire that is camouflaged   *   Know thyself  *  Squirrel!





 
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#24
Thank you. Smile
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The scientist has a question to find an answer for. The pseudo-scientist has an answer to find a question for. ~ "Failure is the path of least persistence." - Chinese Fortune Cookie ~ Logic left. Emotion right. But thinking, straight ahead. ~ Sperate supra omnia in valorem. (The value of trust is above all else.) ~ Meowsomeness!
 
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#25
My grandfather always said, "Well, that's *lastname* luck for you." Always negative. "With my luck, things will go wrong," etc.

Would this sub help me let go of that negative programming and reverse it?
 
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#26
The short answer is, maybe.

I see you are currently running EPRHA, and in my opinion, that is a much better starting point. Really clearing and cleaning things up at the subconscious level (Drano for beliefs and emotions?!) creates a strong foundation that will support you, no matter what direction you decide to go. Plus, the clearer you are, the better to know what you really want.

AM6 has EPRHA in it, so that would be another option for you. BASE 5g also has EPRHA, plus Luck Magnifier in 5g. LM was a lot of fun!
Fear is the precursor to precognition  *   Defeat your fears; each one of them is a desire that is camouflaged   *   Know thyself  *  Squirrel!





 
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