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My niece stopped at an Indian Casino up north and played penny slot machines for 20 minuets, put in about five dollars.....she put in a forty cent( .40 cent)bet and hit a $10,010 JACKPOT. TEN THOUSAND!!!!!
How can this happen????
I've never even won a $10 jackpot! I've never won at a slot machine.
This same gal, was at a Palm Springs Casino and won $6000 jackpot...but that was on $1 slots.
She consistently wins on slot machines. It's hard to believe but true.
Can it be that some people really are luckier on a consistent basis than others?
Others like....ME?????? Oh well........
She had to been playing 3-5 dollars a pull
I tell you this, I have won twice, on Keno, 7 out of 7 for $1750, and I have hit a grand on Keno playing 20 cents per game.
My late first husband, the father of my children, was the luckiest dude I ever saw...he won on slots, Keno, everything he touched for years and years....Our first home was purchased using a Keno winner for a down payment!! I, however, don't win sheet....
I used to never believe in luck, rosethorn, but I'm beginning to change my belif!
Some people really are lucky and some people really are unlucky.
I know a man at the racetrack who is very skilled and clever and he has been winning for over 25 years that I have known him. and winning on a very consistent basis. He doesn't believe in luck, but I've seen this guy winning big, big amounts of money on the nostril of a horse on many occassions.
I think his success is based on a photographic memory, very hard work in analysis of races, and an uncanny skill knowing how to bet. However, he also has a gift of always using spontanius correct action that I suspect is an intuitive skill.
So maybe "good luck" is just some extrasensory gift?
I am thinking that it is.
Some people have it, some don't, yes some people can fall into a bucket of S... and come out smelling like a rose.
Luckiest? Dude is dead. You, though not a dude, are alive.
"Peace is that brief glorious moment in history when everybody stands around reloading."
-- Thomas Jefferson
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