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Sports numerology

 
 
fensi88
 
Wed 11 Jan, 2017 07:50 am
Did someone of you try to predict winner of some for example tennis match by numerology? I choose tennis because it can not be draw so it will be easier to predict. What would you look for? Please explain on some example.
There is astrology method for prediction the result of some match but it is preaty much complicated. Might be it will be easier to predict by numerology. I do not bet, I just enjoy to predict future events.
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centrox
 
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Wed 11 Jan, 2017 01:02 pm
Astrology/numerology in gambling is probably a good way to lose money. Unless you get lucky.

fensi88
 
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Wed 11 Jan, 2017 11:55 pm
@centrox,
I agree.
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Blickers
 
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Thu 12 Jan, 2017 01:45 pm
I remember the story someone told on TV years ago. He was a big fan of horse racing, and like everyone he had his ups and downs. He went to the track on a regular basis. One year though, he had a great year. It seemed that he could not bet wrong consistently, that almost every time he went he made money. He kept track of the money he made, and at the end of the year he added up how much he had made. After he had figured in admission prices, how much he ate and drank at the track and transportation costs, at the end of that great, dream year he lost $50.

That's when he permanently gave up horse racing.
George
 
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Thu 12 Jan, 2017 02:14 pm
@Blickers,
I love it!
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centrox
 
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Thu 12 Jan, 2017 03:01 pm
@Blickers,
Blickers wrote:
After he had figured in admission prices, how much he ate and drank at the track and transportation costs, at the end of that great, dream year he lost $50.

That's when he permanently gave up horse racing.

Now here's the thing... I would have seen that as a favourable outcome... He went to his chosen sport, had meals, drinks, admission and transportation, for a year, and it only cost him $50. I know plenty of people (I used to be one) who go to race tracks, follow the horses, trainers and jockeys in the sports newspapers and magazines and on TV, eagerly discuss great races they have seen, maybe put a little bet on just for the fun, have a burger or hot dog and a beer or two, and happily spend about the same amount of money as a football or tennis or motor racing fan. You look at it that way, you are having fun, a day out, see some pals, it's OK. If you go into it with the idea that you are going to get rich, you could easily wind up with your ass hanging out of your pants. Of course your friend had a lucky year. Maybe he reflected he could just as easily have a bad one, and decided to quit for that reason.
Blickers
 
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Thu 12 Jan, 2017 03:48 pm
@centrox,
Yes, that one year he did all right, had fun for $50 for the year. But that year was THE year, that was the year that he figured he was making up for all the years when he knew he was getting beat badly. He had never experienced a year where he had done anywhere near as well as that incredible dream year, and knew he probably never would have a year where he did anywere near as well again. And when he added it up.....
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centrox
 
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Thu 12 Jan, 2017 04:38 pm
Like I said... horseracing for the sporting fun... great, horseracing for betting to get rich (or even make an income)... uh-oh.
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fensi88
 
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Fri 13 Jan, 2017 01:15 am
Unfortunatelly your posts has no connection to numerology and my question.
centrox
 
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Fri 13 Jan, 2017 02:05 am
@fensi88,
fensi88 wrote:

Unfortunatelly your posts has no connection to numerology and my question.

They are directly connected. I will summarize:

Numerology and astrology are bogus science, nonsense, whacko. They could possibly be classed as forms of superstition ("lucky numbers" etc). People who believe they are likely to make money from gambling by some "method", are, with very few exceptions, deluded. The exceptions do not rely on pseudo science and are very rare. Of course, there are people who makes money from gambling, reliably and consistently, and those are the bookmakers, operators of casinos, lottery promoters, etc.

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nacredambition
 
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Fri 13 Jan, 2017 04:13 am
@fensi88,
Quote:
Did someone of you try to predict winner of some for example tennis match by numerology? I choose tennis because it can not be draw so it will be easier to predict. What would you look for? Please explain on some example.


Yes, you're contentions are quite predictable.

I fancy that numerology could be used in the sport of kings and royal tennis.

Score 1 if the nag has a good barrier draw.
Add another 1 if the horse has won over the distance.
Add another 1 if the jockey is experienced.
Add another 1 if the neddy is well weighted.

If 4 is the score then place your bet after converting the odds to probability using the astrological formula.



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brownnumerology
 
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Mon 16 Jan, 2017 09:26 pm
@fensi88,
Try looking at past events to finding numerological connections that you can then apply to future events. Different combinations of the date of the event, the names and birthdays of participants, the final score... work backwards from there until you find something that seems consistent with that type of sport.
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squadus
 
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Sat 16 Feb, 2019 09:03 pm
Always have a look at who the home team. Also, a previous championship or winning record is a good predictor.
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