:) The results are 100% accurate. I just don't see that anyone can disprove I am influencing.
Happy April fools day
I honestly think that's a problem for the purposes of your discussion. I think you will find there are many who believe in card "influencing" but not card "control." I think many people separate the two -- influencing meaning have some effect, and card control meaning some exact result. When I hear someone claim card "control" I say impossible. When someone claims "card influencing" I listen up to the possibility.
I know you have always used the term "card control" but had I known then that you might really mean just "card influencing" then I would have given you more attention to what you were saying. Now, I admit, I have to rethink my past thoughts about what you wrote. And now I have to wonder were you talking about actual "control" or just "influencing"? You might not appreciate the difference, but I do and I think a lot of others would say "influencing is possible but control is not."
The Kernel would probably disagree with me, but that's my ten cents.
I'm thinking of writing a book and holding seminars based on my techniques, but I want to continue to track my progress to make sure I am at the top of my influencing game and can sustain it through an entire year.
Yes, yes! Where do I send hundreds to thousands of my hard-earned dollars to buy into this system of yours? It's a sure thing!
I think banning is a little harsh though. Yes, it can be tough when a few influencers are on the same table, but there really aren't that many of us. More and more are trying, especially since a friend of mine influenced/nailed 134 flops in a row. I was at the table and I was pissed. His influencing is much stronger than mine and he is able to supersede my skills. Almost like The Force in Star Wars, but I've never seen Jar Jar Binks at a table. Everyone in the know calls him Monkey Piss, because he doesn't want to get any recognition. But let me tell you, no matter what anyone says and no matter that everyone at the table swore to secrecy that it happened, Monkey Piss can play cards!
I've probably already said too much. I do understand your concern and I hope I can meet you someday, just not on the table for your sake.
This is a joke right?
It may seem like a joke to you, but that's only because you haven't seen the Colonel in action. (Yes, the Colonel is real, as real as the chicken that I'm holding in my greasy hands.) Seeing the Colonel influence and control the cards, in real time, was truly a site to behold. I'll never forget that long sultry night back on Sept 31, 1993, at the table with the Colonel, when he parlayed just a measly $200 into a whopping $200,000. The casino, Dingy Dean, Maggie Moo, Card Shark Controller Charlie, Nick the Pappa Georgio, and everyone else that watched the Colonel that night, will never forget the magic that happened.