I read a review recently written by an author of one of the most popular lottery systems on the market today on how to pick the winning lottery numbers. He basically answers the question How Can I Win The Lottery? He makes mention of all the mistakes lottery players tend to make when playing the lottery and mentions a few interesting tips about what players should avoid doing.
Step 1. He suggests playing to a plan rather than randomly, have a timetable and sticking to it, playing on days that are not so popular. Get a system that’s tried and proven and don’t mess with it ie. put your own lucky numbers in for good measure, systems don’t work that way.
Step 2. Don’t go chopping and changing your numbers and lines. Stick with what you have and play them consistently, don’t miss a game, keep playing until you get a result. Consistency is definitely the name of the game.
Step 3. Stay informed, newsletters relating to lotteries are a good source of valuable information that can assist you in making good choices. A good example of this is some advice about playing low ball games. If you have a choice go for 4 or 5 number games rather than 6.
Because the winnings are bigger more people are attracted to the higher ball games but it also means the winnings are shared among more winners. These lottery tickets cost more as well and the odds aren’t as good as the smaller ball games.
Other important points mentioned were:
Make sure your system has a 100% money back guarantee. Make sure the lottery you enter is government backed, don’t use computer generated numbers and only enter lottery draws that are live and televised.
Here’s an interesting stat, the number 38 has been drawn so many times in the winning numbers that your system just has to include this number. Some academic research showed that a number of combinations are drawn on an unusually high frequency. Also the bonus ball is usually a high number 40 or above.
However he does suggest that you disregard most theories. He suggests numbers are basically random, and winning should be based on more advanced practices similar to his own system. He also includes some good common sense practices like photocopying your tickets, put your name on each one and place them in a safe place for safe keeping not if, but when you strike the big one.
One of the more interesting aspects about his system is that it is the only one that removes “bad” numbers first. Apparently there are millions of numbers and number sequences that will never appear in any winning lotto game. Through years of research he has identified most of these, gets rid of them first and has managed to increase the percentage of successful numbers that will appear in a winning ticket.
Sometimes win rates with his system can be as high as 99%. He admits it’s a fact that the last 1% of random winning numbers not covered in his system can only be won by pure luck.