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PJ

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Re: How to view today's winning game
« Reply #30 on: May 18, 2016, 02:08:35 AM »
Yeah, Joe however may be the linebacker of viewing; he's an awesome educator and certainly an inspiration but if I'm waiting for the average viewer to show his degree of skill and decades of experience in order to succeed in the same way I'm probably going to be here a while. I have quite a bit of experience in both my own solo viewing off pools and seeing people view on target pools small and large and he is definitely even farther above the norm in his ability to deal with that than he is on viewing in general because target pool AOL is genuinely hell.

Novelty, this topic isn't new (no pun intended). The reference is to the entire team but especially all the viewers, and how trying new things often has positive effects that may not last indefinitely. This isn't just viewing, this is present in lots of areas of life and business and sociology. This is referring to "the human experience" not to any point of process, protocol or software. 

Your comparison to Joe is the only ref that validly works as a comparison, and you're right, the fact that he does it despite a rather horrid lack of novelty proves it CAN be done; whether it will be and by how many is another story.  And there may be other mitigating factors that he has learned over the decades that help compensate that others may or may not have.

Anyway the novelty effect -- and its wearing off -- doesn't seem controversial to me, I've always considered this a given. It's only controversial I guess if this is being used as the allegedly sole reason that ARV ever worked in the first place. That part could definitely be more easily debated since it's probably not.

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Re: How to view today's winning game
« Reply #31 on: May 18, 2016, 02:04:32 PM »
Does it really matter why ARV doesn't work?   Clearly not.. 


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Re: How to view today's winning game
« Reply #32 on: May 18, 2016, 02:28:56 PM »
ARV initially works because viewers have good skills, techniques and novelty.    There is also absolutely no question that attention goes to novelty. As example that's why targets that have diagonals, which are unique in nature, are acquired more easily.  Also, target that have intense emotions, activities or simply wildly interesting are also acquired more easily.  No one would disagrees with this!  It's basic.   

So combine good technique, good skill level and novelty and a viewer can success using ARV...  If any of these elements are missing or are downgraded for whatever reason...  ARV fails to produce accurate results. A good viewer will likely hit a target but it will be completely random.. 

There is a process. a painful process....  I went thru it.  I was downright depressed that after 4-5 years.... when I finally had to be honest,  that I couldn't reproduce good ARV results...despite a dozen rules or "wild cards" designed to prop up a flawed process.   It took me several months to recover and start all over again.. 

Isn't it interesting the vast amount of experienced viewer have abandoned ARV years ago. 


 
   

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Re: How to view today's winning game
« Reply #33 on: October 08, 2016, 04:09:20 AM »
PJ>  after a viewer completes a set.  Simply determine which home teams you have in your cue and google images of each and match the viewers work with the best fit...   It may sound difficult... but it isn't!   it's obvious ...  and should it NOT be obvious than pass... 

If a viewer does a good job... the answer pops out...  clear as day... 

See examples:   http://rv4real.blogspot.com/

Unfortunately the blog on this link seems to be removed. Could you please post the latest updated link?

My training is from Ed Dames' videos. But your cue format is unfamiliar. Would you recommend any source to learn more about your technique of direct RV (instead of ARV) and your cue format?

Thank you for your posts!  ;D
« Last Edit: October 08, 2016, 05:12:35 AM by NiceGuy108 »

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Re: How to view today's winning game
« Reply #34 on: October 10, 2016, 03:51:29 PM »
Mr. Nice Guy:

The cue format is unfamiliar because I'm the source and it works perfectly well.

Contact me directly and I would welcome your questions...  Alex 

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Re: How to view today's winning game
« Reply #35 on: June 22, 2017, 10:27:15 AM »
Hi, I've sent you PM and email through this site. Please respond as I would like to develop this application further. Thank!

 


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