Where to Find the Lotto Winning Numbers for the Next Draw?

If you want to know what lotto numbers will be drawn next live draw to write them on your lotto ticket, you should be in the same place where are the lotto numbers, before they enter into lotto machine. I refer clearly to lotto numbers and not to numbered balls, right? I find that it is necessary to make this distinction, because they are two different things.The numbered balls have a visible room where they rest between the two live draws, into total inactivity, while the numbers, because their function to show how many times each ball has been drawn, have created a permanent changing structure into a non-physical plan.

Okay, dear reader. In order to be in the same place with the lotto numbers, firstly you have to prepare your subconscious mind. It must accept to accompany you to that imaginary place.That is the hardest thing to realize and that is why you must to start with this point. Your subconscious mind is like a balky horse. You want to go to the right, the horse pushed you to the left. The subconscious mind is a very, very powerful component of the mind. It has years of informational data, since you were born until this moment. It keeps the thinking patterns, emotional habits, new ideas forming secret and a variety of beliefs and behavior patterns. All these influence how you think, feel and behave in every day of your life.

Joel Arthur Barker said: “Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes the time. Vision with action can change the world”. The situation is that, if your subconscious mind resists, it is hard to see how a virtual structure of numbers can help you to win the lottery. But if it allows you to visit that imaginary place and, you act in accordance with its instructions, you can select the winning numbers by adding meaning to their position, circumstances and conditions. That comes easily by blending your vision with your actions. Use your imagination as a tool and then, you can open and reprogram your subconscious mind to collaborate with you.

The last 40-50 previous draws represent the virtual place in which are found all the numbers of your lotto system, before they enter into lotto machine. Therefore, in this place are found all the winning numbers of the next draw. Now take action and make a visual written model with their arrangement by their frequency. Next, start to observe their position, conditions, features, motion and circumstances and you will have a complete picture of them. Changing the entire way you acted in the past, you are now ready to become the master of your lotto system. All what you need now, is practice, practice and again practice and to think more positively. Feel happier that you found such information that will increase your ability to win the lottery.

The Dangerous World of Regency London

Regency England refers roughly to 1811 to 1820, although the term more broadly includes 1800 to 1830. When George III, stricken by illness, could no longer function, his eldest son, the Prince, became Regent in his stead. “The Regency took its tone from the larger-than-life figure of the Prince of Wales…The age bred a lively underworld of scandal, criminality, gambling and personal notoriety. Embezzlement and fraud flourished then as now. The war against France caused further instability and led to the breakdown of law and order.” (Low, Sutton, p. xxv)

Authors of crime stories, and mysteries–such as myself, must needs delve into the dangerous world of this time. Low says that London, England, “surpassed the rest of the British Isles in crime and vice.” (Low, p. xi) No police force, as such, existed until the Victorian period, adding to this instability. The growth of the underworld had begun in the eighteenth century (Georgian period). In London, Henry Fielding became a salaried Chief Magistrate for Westminster in 1749. He established the Bow Street group, whose men became known as the Bow Street Runners. Henry’s brother, Sir John Fielding, carried on the work, and by the time of the Regency the work of the Runners had expanded considerably.

London embodied a complex world in the Regency. Crime abounded in many forms and areas. From gambling hells frequented by the wealthy, who also used the services of the deminondaines, or better class prostitutes, to the prostitutes who haunted the area of the Drury Lane and Covent Garden theaters, the area of murderers and escaped convicts–crime  held precedence. Dark streets encouraged thieves and pickpockets, (gas lighting was installed on a few streets in Pall Mall in 1807) so that the public was targeted, and gently bred females did not go about at nights without the protection of men. Few from the West End traveled to the East end without good reason, and a fully loaded pistol, or two.

Thieves came from the East End ‘Rookeries,’ or criminal districts such as St. Giles and Whitechapel. In these dens of criminality, ‘flash houses’ flourished. These were numerous pubs haunted by criminals who taught childlren thievery, pickpocketing, burglary and worse crimes. Bribery, extortion, and blackmail were rampant. While the gangland bosses ruled this part of the city, the brothel keepers ruled young, unfortunate women, who found their way to them.

South of the Thames River, the home of wild gin-drinking orgies of prostitutes and drunkards, was the home also, of the ‘Resurrection Men,’ who sold cadavers to surgeons, and were not averse to killing to accomplish it, although grave robbing was their ‘forte.’ The Thames itself, was plied by seamen, called ‘River Men,’ who pilfered warehouses, docks and ships.

All of this crime kept the Bow Street Runners on their toes, since the night watchmen were ineffective. In 1800 the Thames River Police Act was established. In 1805, a Bow Street Horse Patrol of sixty men rode on Hounslow Heath–a notorious center for Highwaymen, who terrorized travelers. Many wanted reform, but Bills put forward were slow coming into effect, so crime continued high until the Victorian period when a Police force came into being. You can see what my heroes and heroines had to deal with as they battled crime.

The Cynthia Stafford Technique + A Sound Lottery Program = Awesome Chances Of Winning The Lottery

Have you heard about Cynthia Stafford, the woman who $112 million on purpose? Want to do that too? If you combine her technique with a sound lottery program, you could be able to do just that. Putting these right brain and left brain strategies together can give you great chances of winning a lottery.

To see how these two strategies work together, first you need to understand them.

Cynthia Stafford

She is a woman who decided she wanted to win money in the lottery. Understanding the power of focused intention, she picked a specific number, $112 million. She wrote it down, and put the piece of paper under her pillow.

From that point on, she joyfully thought about the money she was going to win. She began acting like a lottery winner. She even started house hunting before she even got her money.

There’s more to Cynthia’s story, and you can read about it at the link at the bottom of this article, but for right now, here’s how this much of her story comes together to form a technique:

1. Get specific about how much money you want to win. Choose a number. Be sure you consider the tax consequences of the win when you pick your amount. A million dollars sounds like a lot until you see how much the federal and state governments take. You’ll find helpful information about a tax calculator at the link after this article.

2. Think about the money a lot, and think about it with excited anticipation. Having a cynical attitude or being impatient or desperate about it won’t work. You need to feel good about it.

3. Act as if the money’s yours. This doesn’t mean you go out and buy all kinds of things. But start window-shopping. Find the things you will buy. Make lists. Make plans.

So now that you have right brain part of the equation down, you need to activate the left brain. This is what’s known as inspired action. Once you get your energy flowing in the right direction, your action can follow.

You need a good lottery program. There are many out there. Be sure you get one that’s been tested and proven. It’s best if the program is written by someone who’s actually won, preferably more than once.

A good lottery system helps you predict patterns and adjust your play for better results. You learn how to track winning numbers and use the information to intelligently pick your numbers instead of just letting the machine or your favorite numbers do the picking.

The best results in life come when both sides of our brain are on board with what we want. Combine the right brain Cynthia Stafford Technique with a left brain lottery program and you can hugely improve your chances of winning the lottery.

Getting an Edge in Sports Betting: Contrarian Sports Investing

Many people enjoy sports, and sports fans often enjoy placing wagers on the outcomes of sporting events. Most casual sports bettors lose money over time, creating a bad name for the sports betting industry. But what if we could “even the playing field?”

If we transform sports betting into a more business-like and professional endeavor, there is a higher likelihood that we can make the case for sports betting as an investment.

The Sports Marketplace as an Asset Class

How can we make the jump from gambling to investing? Working with a team of analysts, economists, and Wall Street professionals – we often toss the phrase “sports investing” around. But what makes something an “asset class?”

An asset class is often described as an investment with a marketplace – that has an inherent return. The sports betting world clearly has a marketplace – but what about a source of returns?

For instance, investors earn interest on bonds in exchange for lending money. Stockholders earn long-term returns by owning a portion of a company. Some economists say that “sports investors” have a built-in inherent return in the form of “risk transfer.” That is, sports investors can earn returns by helping provide liquidity and transferring risk amongst other sports marketplace participants (such as the betting public and sportsbooks).

Sports Investing Indicators

We can take this investing analogy a step further by studying the sports betting “marketplace.” Just like more traditional assets such as stocks and bonds are based on price, dividend yield, and interest rates – the sports marketplace “price” is based on point spreads or money line odds. These lines and odds change over time, just like stock prices rise and fall.

To further our goal of making sports gambling a more business-like endeavor, and to study the sports marketplace further, we collect several additional indicators. In particular, we collect public “betting percentages” to study “money flows” and sports marketplace activity. In addition, just as the financial headlines shout, “Stocks rally on heavy volume,” we also track the volume of betting activity in the sports gambling market.

Sports Marketplace Participants

Earlier, we discussed “risk transfer” and the sports marketplace participants. In the sports betting world, the sportsbooks serve a similar purpose as the investing world’s brokers and market-makers. They also sometimes act in manner similar to institutional investors.

In the investing world, the general public is known as the “small investor.” Similarly, the general public often makes small bets in the sports marketplace. The small bettor often bets with their heart, roots for their favorite teams, and has certain tendencies that can be exploited by other market participants.

“Sports investors” are participants who take on a similar role as a market-maker or institutional investor. Sports investors use a business-like approach to profit from sports betting. In effect, they take on a risk transfer role and are able to capture the inherent returns of the sports betting industry.

Contrarian Methods

How can we capture the inherent returns of the sports market? One method is to use a contrarian approach and bet against the public to capture value. This is one reason why we collect and study “betting percentages” from several major online sports books. Studying this data allows us to feel the pulse of the market action – and carve out the performance of the “general public.”

This, combined with point spread movement, and the “volume” of betting activity can give us an idea of what various participants are doing. Our research shows that the public, or “small bettors” – typically underperform in the sports betting industry. This, in turn, allows us to systematically capture value by using sports investing methods. Our goal is to apply a systematic and academic approach to the sports betting industry.