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Hi,
Recently I have been applying the technique used in the Lottery DVD for simple tricks. I must say I have 100% so far on this. I have been using this cue " PERSON CHOSEN NUMBER/NEXT/DIGIT " I then email my answer to the person I intend to ask, and through phone or in person, I have them choose a digit between 0-9, then I tell them to check their e-mail. Any thoughts? I am 7 for 7 so far. I would like to ask what the experienced RVers think of my cue. Is it correct or could be better? Anyone else using the Lottery DVD for similar applications?


Tue Nov 25, 2008 10:00 pm
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Wanted to add an update to the method. I decided with the success of 0-9 picking, I would try a random state lottery (MICHIGAN). They have a Daily 3 type game. I failed it miserably.. I came up with 404, the winning numbers were 010. Can someone check my cue?

MICHIGAN DAILY THREE GAME LOTTERY/NEXT/WINNING NUMBER/whatever DIGIT

http://michigan.gov/lottery/0,1607,7-11 ... --,00.html
I don't reside in this state, but I just wanted to test it. Would this pose any problem? I left the link here so you can see if there is a better cue I could use. Thank you!


Wed Nov 26, 2008 1:20 pm
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I am 7 for 7 so far. I would like to ask what the experienced RVers think of my cue. Is it correct or could be better?

Use whatever works for you. But keep in mind, the future is not as easy to catch than the past, at least not for beginners.

Your cue used for the pick-three lottery is flawed. Try to use one as showed on the DVD and change only the lottery name & state. You called for whatever digit and got it.

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Wed Nov 26, 2008 2:09 pm
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By whatever I meant FIRST SECOND or THIRD
However, my cue is very similar to the one on the DVD is it not? Also, should I state "MICHIGAN STATE" in the cue or just "MICHIGAN" ?


Thu Nov 27, 2008 4:30 pm
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The lottery name is perfect.

As outlined in several posts by Ed Dames and ProViewer in the past, the meaning what someone thinks is moot to the matrix. Therefore it is important what you describe in your cue. This will direct unconscious directly to the problem set. By using whatever for a digit in your cue, you can get the first, second and third number any time in any of your sessions. Seems you got one number correct and maybe one of the "wrong" numbers two times.

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Thu Nov 27, 2008 7:23 pm
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AnShengDa is not using whatever in the cue; that wording was meant to avoid writing all three cues, which are:

MICHIGAN DAILY THREE GAME LOTTERY/NEXT/WINNING NUMBER/FIRST DIGIT

MICHIGAN DAILY THREE GAME LOTTERY/NEXT/WINNING NUMBER/SECOND DIGIT

MICHIGAN DAILY THREE GAME LOTTERY/NEXT/WINNING NUMBER/THIRD DIGIT


As for the name of the lottery, please use the official lottery name. Look up a legal document from your state which refers to the Daily Three lottery. Use whatever this official name is, whether it's "Daily 3", "Daily-Three", etc.

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Thu Nov 27, 2008 7:40 pm
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AnShengDa wrote:
MICHIGAN DAILY THREE GAME LOTTERY/NEXT/WINNING NUMBER/whatever DIGIT


Please put words that are not part of the cue in brackets, like so:

MICHIGAN DAILY THREE GAME LOTTERY/NEXT/WINNING NUMBER/[ordinal] DIGIT

[ordinal] refers to "first", "second", "third", etc.

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Thank you. :-)


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Sorry, my fault. :oops:

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