Most clovers you see have only three leaves. The estimated statistical odds of finding a fourleaf clover is 10,000 to 1. More difficult to find is a five leaf clover at 100,000 to 1. David Koster of Portraits In The Sand and Home & Boat Watchdog from Rehoboth Beach, DE uses his acute visual skills to often locate the leaves of four. He can sometimes even spot 5 or more leaf clovers too.
Websites about finding four‐leaf clovers state that you don’t want to examine individual clovers. You want to continually scan your eyes over the entire area. The process emphasizes speed by keeping your eyes moving, and the abnormal clover should stand out. This procedure maximizes the number of opportunities for observing a rare four‐leaf clover in the shortest amount of time.
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