Plenty of video games have cheats.
Even way back in Junior High School, when Pac Man was popular, there were “cheats.”
Kinds of patterns you could learn and memorize to beat the game.
This was way back before the internet, even before cell phones.
So to get a cheat, you had to know somebody.
You had to be a well-connected gamer.
I had a friend that had a system at the race track.
He actually worked for a guy that developed the system.
A highly sophisticated computer algorithm.
Not to win any particular race.
But go get an average high return over MANY races.
Based on “Inefficient Market Theory.”
The odds at any race track is based on how people bet.
Beat The Crowd
Not based on probabilities or statistics or past performances.
More of a “hive mind” driven event.
If most people bet on horse A, for example, that horse is going to have very “low” odds.
Meaning if you bet ten bucks on that horse to win, you might get back eleven bucks.
Since EVERYBODY is betting on that one horse.
Inefficient market theory finds situations where the statistics and history show a much higher probability of the horse winning than the people at the track believe.
For example, the people at the track believe the horse has only a 10% chance of winning.
But the mathematical algorithm says the horse has a 30% chance of winning.
So the strategy is to ONLY bet on these conditions.
You won’t win every race, but overall you’ll have a pretty high ROI.
Meaning if you bet 10K in any given month, you’ll get back 15K.
You’ll find these kinds of exploits EVERYWHERE.
Hiding In Plain Sight
In fact, if you wanted to be a super wealthy entrepreneur, THIS is the way.
Find HUGE demands that don’t have very much supply.
Jump in there and make a fortune.
But there are also exploits you can use for fun.
Particularly in human language and thinking.
These are commonly used for humor.
Like with Phonological ambiguity.
Two words that sound the same but mean different things.
Like what did the beach say when the tide came in?
Long time no see(sea)!
Ideas In Their Brains
But there are also much deeper exploits.
Of thinking and speaking.
When you speak using these linguistic exploits, it can sound funny.
Or it can make them very confused.
To relax their conscious critic.
So you can slide ideas inside their mind.
Ideas slid in under the cover of confusion.
You’ll be talking, and they’ll get confused.
Then you slide an idea inside their brain.
Or a suggestion, or a command.
After the confusion is over, they’ll find that suggestion.
And believe it was their idea.
What kinds of ideas and suggestions would you like to slide into their minds?
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.