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Clf7

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Systems basically based on luck, but yours not.Thats what you mean

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Systems basically based on luck, but yours not.Thats what you mean

The whole purpose of a 'system' is to eliminate variance. They want consistent results.

But the reality is If a system player wins it is because of luck. If a system loses it is because of luck.

All systems are just a random bet, and luck plays the most important part.

To win legitmately you must learn/understand variance and random, which is the precog way.
precognition is real. Good luck!

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Anyway, I am now officially leaving the forum for a few months.

To all precogers out there, keep practicing and keep the faith! Use my results as inspiration! Anyone can do it!

Precognition is the only way to win! 

Good luck! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
precognition is real. Good luck!

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Precognition is the only way to win!

So here's the real proof.

Take the 10 precogmiles MPR usernames (there could be a few more but it wouldn't make more than a slight difference if there were).

Add the total amount won for all his accounts = 7035659

Add the total amount bet for all his accounts =  7087709

Do the division for the overall precogmiles win rate = 0.9929563

Total spins = 24519


...And there you have it.


Time to start donating to ignatus, if you ask me.


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Taotie

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The 10 precogmiles MPR usernames,

intuitive, precognition, pcm, pcm3, precog, pcm2, pcm4, pmiles, pcm6, precogmiles.


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While I believe precognition is indeed real, I have not seen any statistically relevant test results from precogmiles, as I've stated before. Does it means his approach doesn't work? No. Simply not enough data means not enough data. If he has achieved better results than random, that's at least a positive indicator.

Its the same case for every other player on MPR - not enough data.

Any inexperienced player would respond "but you'll never play so many spins anyway". They'd say this because they dont understand basic statistics and statistical relevance.

When we look at all stats from MPR, we get this ratio of losses to wins:

324109973 / 331302786 =   0.978289307

Which is very close to what we'd expect because of the house edge. So if MPR was a real casino, it would have profited $7,192,813.

Anyway I'm currently writing a page than explains precognition, and many of the reasons I believe it is real.



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The 10 precogmiles MPR usernames,

intuitive, precognition, pcm, pcm3, precog, pcm2, pcm4, pmiles, pcm6, precogmiles.

Yes, don’t believe in precognition. Taotie is making an valid point here. How can you trust someone with so many names.

precognition is real. Good luck!

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Taotie

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Anyway, I am now officially leaving the forum for a few months.

Geez that didn't last long.

Anyway, just stating the facts.

I wouldn't have bothered if you hadn't stood up on your soap box making claims about it with cherry picked information.

To be fair, Steve did make it very clear from the beginning that if you want to make any claims on MPR you must use your forum username, so here is the result for precogmiles, your name on this forum. It's a decent result but the spin count is a pittance and barely worthy of interest.


precogmiles   5308   390   2284   2592   1.1348511
 

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Geez that didn't last long.

Anyway, just stating the facts.

I wouldn't have bothered if you hadn't stood up on your soap box making claims about it with cherry picked information.

That post was from before your amazing investigative work.

But I must say well done for debunking precognition.
precognition is real. Good luck!

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Taotie

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I'm not saying precognition doesn't work. I'm saying you're not nearly as good at it as you lead people to believe...duh.

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I'm not saying precognition doesn't work. I'm saying you're not nearly as good at it as you lead people to believe...duh.

Oh yes sorry I forgot this is about me. Yes I am not good at precognition.

Who knows maybe all this precognition talk is nonsense, just not enough data. It also does fly in the face of basic science.

precognition is real. Good luck!

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Anyway I'm currently writing a page than explains precognition, and many of the reasons I believe it is real.

I look forward to reading it.  :thumbsup:
precognition is real. Good luck!

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Taotie

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Yes I am not good at precognition.

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precogmiles

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Now that taotie has debunked me I guess nobody should take my views on precognition seriously. In fact assume everything i wrote about precognition to be false.

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I’ll just add this to all the other threads I made so everyone can see taotie won.
precognition is real. Good luck!

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The one thing I realised recently was how most people do not deserve to know about precognition.

You should practice it and keep it to yourself. Helping others is a thankless task.
precognition is real. Good luck!


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