Do you remember the enthusiasm of youthful years? I do, as if it was yesterday. Regrettably and inescapably, this time is flying so fast and never can be brought back only in our memories. One of my earliest memories is at my innocent age three. I am sitting on red carpet, closer to my mother, crunching her pencils and she trying to take it away from my mouth. This image is not an isolated story, but it is a start of my childhood history by the side of a mother struggling with a terrible poverty, seeking solutions in lotto. Every single day of money tragedy led my mother to see the lottery as a bank where she has deposited her worries and hopes.
I remember her making lotto years after years, inventing all sort of procedures, drawing many lines horizontally and vertically across the papers, and finally finding something as a strategy that she named it “head of bridge”. I think that today, we call it permutation. Indeed, when I was 14 years and two months, I too made my own lotto combinations, both the 24 and 6 balls, but I remember that those combinations were only for my collection. When I was 16 years and three months old, came the first prize of one hundred and thirty pieces of silver coins. This prize brought me a lot of money, and from there, I established my adaptation of this strategy.
From the beginning, the goal was to be a professional gambler. This means that until the age of 21 I have been studying seriously lotto system, day and night, without any interruption in my studies. If you will do the same, you will be able to know what really good work to do and what to avoid. There is no magic formula so as to be a professional gambler. This happens because you need a lot of mental muscle and a lot of discipline and patience. And I think these are the adaptive strategies for making money anywhere in the world.
Many years and many expenses later, I finished my university studies, got a master’s degree in business administration, and got a job as a salesman. At this job I met a young fellow from Japan by the name of Paul McNamara. Paul was working as a supervisor in a hotel company. His company supplied hotel rooms to clients. One day the company went bankrupt. Without layoffs, the company just stopped its business. Paul and I agreed to compete against each other in the Washington DC area lottery. The agreement was that Paul would build the $300 Million Lotto Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue, SW, from where he would sell B STEPPoker online to Paul’s clients.
It was February of the following year, 2007, at the beginning of my first trip to Las Vegas, in a Morrison’s suit, I hit the Jackpot while playing Poker. Paul was working as I drove his car. We met at a Banquetstery and had what was for dinner. After driving we got toHOUSE ALL you could eat buffet in the room for 8 people. While Paul ate, I controllers the game. When Paul finished his meal, he asked where I would sit. I told him I was a big fan of his game, so I ASKED him to give me a seat.
He began to tell me of his winnings, and how he built his bankroll online. His eyes light up like the lights of Casino in Las Vegas, and heomore off his winnings into a few bets. We were still driving, when I asked him what he should do with all this money. He began laughing, and said he wanted to quit, but he never did.bluffing you know?
He then told me that if I would give him two hundred thousand dollars, and work with him for a couple of years, he would teach me how to be rich. You know, laying down a big sum of money that you cannot afford to lose.
Well, I am an independent researcher, and like all independent researchers, I was fascinated by this offer. Paul had given me the trademark knowledge, patience, and financial control that monopoly lotto officials wish to bestow upon me.
houn’t gonna happen!
He could have told me that the System was fixed! It didn’t matter that Paul was a good player, or that his system was very sound, in fact, I could haveija pickedonit. My eyes were opened! I had now a device to allow me to examine the System as a lotto player. Paul had substituted the word “Patience” for “rity”. I remembered the word “Patience” from my childhood, and I could see how Paul hadmailed me the word “Patience”on numerous occasions.
He could be thinking it’s the word “Togel88” for “taking instructions from above”.