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Joe

Re: Gamblers Intuition
« Reply #15 on: June 30, 2019, 10:19:28 AM »
Am I Physic because I knew you were going to read this  ?
I think you mean "Psychic".

Gambler's intuition doesn't mean precognition (which IMO is nonsense). It means the possibility of subconsciously discovering certain regular patterns in outcomes through practice and the study of those outcomes.

I believe it's possible to develop such a skill. But because of the nature of "intuition" it wouldn't be possible to create a rule-based system on the basis of it. This doesn't mean the method is subjective, only that you can't share it because your knowledge has bypassed the conscious mind.
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scepticus

Re: Gamblers Intuition
« Reply #16 on: June 30, 2019, 01:37:04 PM »
"subconsciously discovering certain regular patterns in outcomes through practice and the study of those outcomes. "
How can you " subconsciously " discover certain patterns etc. ? Gobbledeygoook IMO.
 

Joe

Re: Gamblers Intuition
« Reply #17 on: June 30, 2019, 02:38:58 PM »
No scep it's not gobbledegook. Everyone has the ability to learn and absorb information, then use it to make decisions, without necessarily being able to explain why they have made the decision they did. This isn't like precognition which has no scientific evidence for it whatsoever. Quote from Wiki :

In more-recent psychology, intuition can encompass the ability to know valid solutions to problems and decision making [nofollow]. For example, the recognition primed decision [nofollow] (RPD) model explains how people can make relatively fast decisions without having to compare options. Gary Klein [nofollow] found that under time pressure, high stakes, and changing parameters, experts used their base of experience to identify similar situations and intuitively choose feasible solutions. Thus, the RPD model is a blend of intuition and analysis. The intuition is the pattern-matching process that quickly suggests feasible courses of action. The analysis [nofollow] is the mental simulation, a conscious and deliberate review of the courses of action.[31] [nofollow]
Instinct [nofollow] is often misinterpreted as intuition and its reliability considered to be dependent on past knowledge and occurrences in a specific area. For example, someone who has had more experiences with children will tend to have a better instinct about what they should do in certain situations with them. This is not to say that one with a great amount of experience is always going to have an accurate intuition.[32] [nofollow]
Intuitive abilities were quantitatively tested at Yale University in the 1970s. While studying nonverbal communication [nofollow], researchers noted that some subjects were able to read nonverbal facial cues before reinforcement occurred.[33] [nofollow] In employing a similar design, they noted that highly intuitive subjects made decisions quickly but could not identify their rationale. Their level of accuracy, however, did not differ from that of non-intuitive subjects.[34] [nofollow]
According to the works of Daniel Kahneman, intuition is the ability to automatically generate solutions without long logical arguments or evidence.[3 [nofollow]
 

scepticus

Re: Gamblers Intuition
« Reply #18 on: June 30, 2019, 08:45:03 PM »
Joe
Intuition  is not independent of past experiences . Just like Pavlov's dog we sometimes  do things " unconsciously  "  without really knowing why we do them. 

I think Daniel Kahneman  diasgrees with you  when he says that intuition is the ability to " automitacally generate without long  logical argument or evidence. " Intuition is instinctive and is derived from past experience .
 

Jesper

Re: Gamblers Intuition
« Reply #19 on: July 05, 2019, 05:20:30 PM »
It may not be the heart pulse, rather from an electronic hidden device.
 

Third

Re: Gamblers Intuition
« Reply #20 on: July 06, 2019, 12:58:26 AM »
I don't think I would ever take a rewards card in my forehead.

 
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