The Double Million Dollar Lottery Winner
Yes, I won the lottery twice. No, I don’t play lotto in the same way that 99% of the population. Equally important is the fact I rarely go a month without at least one win.
I have won larger amounts of money: $1,374,196; $1,008,742, $76,500; $15,569; $15,334, $15,569; $15,334, $15,334, $15,565, $12,565, $10.658, $7,751 & $5,554 – we will show you the proof later.
First, let’s be realistic. These wins were made over 6 years, so we don’t win every week. Anybody who claims to have the secrets to data sgp winning lotto every week is selling snake oil. It is possible to win small wins of $20-$100 every week, and a lotto strategy that greatly increases your chances of winning the big prize. What can we do to make it different?
ORGANIZE Lotto Numbers
Instead of trying to pick the numbers, we ORGANIZE the lotto numbers. This is the Quantum Leap, which has “improved” our luck dramatically. Despite the fact that there is no way to PICK the winning numbers of the lotto, players persist with an approach that has never worked.
It is easy to make sure you have all six winning lotto numbers. Just play ALL the numbers! It’s not rocket science but it can get complicated. Playing the following multiple entries in any Pick-6, 49-number lottery will guarantee that you have all the winning lotto numbers in your overall entry.
We do not recommend you play like this. It is simply presented to make it easy for you to understand the concept. We will reveal a better way later.
The biggest objection to this is that there are TEN numbers and not six. This is part of our lotto strategy. In this article, we will show you how to use 10-number entries.
Match your Outlay to the Lotto Jackpot
One thing most lotto players don’t realize is that the cost of playing and the chances of winning are the exact same regardless of whether you play for $1 Million or $100 million. I would play alone with a $30-50 outlay at $1 million. I would still play with a $30-50 outlay, but would be joined by 19 others to get a $600-$1,000 collective stake. While no one can afford to pay more than they can, we can pool our efforts to create a larger and smarter entry.
This overview is not intended to cover all aspects of lotto. Do you remember the 10-number lotto entry number? At an individual level, you need a “cut price” way to play. You must play 210 games to get a “full” Lotto 10 (that’s how many 6-number combinations are in each number).
Five sets of 10 numbers equals 1,050 games. This is within the price range for 20-30 people pooling their efforts to win a huge jackpot.
We recommend spending between $20 and $50 per week on individual play. If you think of your 10 numbers in 5 pairs, then any 3 pairs within those 5 pairs can be covered in 10 games or 50 overall. If 3 of your 5 pairs contain the winning lotto numbers, you’ve hit the jackpot!
Our success has been built on the “Cooperative Approach”. We all play together when the lotto jackpot is small. We all band together when the jackpot begins to grow.
This can be done as a family or workplace group, or you can ask your lotto agent for a Group Entry.
$20 Million is available, and 20 people can still win $5 Million. It is strange to believe that $5 million is better for your health than $100 Million. But, that is another article. Google the stories of winners of huge lotto jackpots.
We recognize the importance of problem solving in any other area of our lives. This is not the case when you play lotto. You could make a big difference in your life by playing lotto.
Understanding The Game
What are the odds that you will win the game you play? The majority of people don’t know or have a very vague idea. This is similar to buying one golf club and one ball, then going to the Golf Club expecting to hit a hole in one. We will share some tips with you below about your lottery. The more you know the better.
Odd, and Even Lotto Numbers
Interesting patterns of odd and even lotto numbers are available. It is interesting to note that a lotto result with 3-odd + 3 even numbers is about THIRTY times more likely than one that contains 6 numbers all even or all odd.
Let’s say we take 1,000 results of the New Jersey 6-49 Lottery. 334 games had 3-odd numbers plus 3 even numbers. This is an average result of 1 week. Two Odd+4 Even numbers made up 224 of the 1000 New Jersey lotto results. Four Odd+2 Even numbers made up 233 of the 1,000.
These three result types were responsible for 791 games out of 1,000 – nearly 8 weeks out 10!
Only 10 games, however, had all odd numbers and only 10 had all even numbers. From 1,000 games
This type of “Lotto Intelligence”, keeps your games in line with the results of the most frequent results.
Consecutive lottery numbers are also interesting. You should not play 6 numbers at once in 6-ball lotto games.
We can see that 512 games had no consecutive numbers and 388 had just two consecutive numbers. These two result-types combined accounted for 900 games. That’s an average of 9 weeks of 10 results!
This is only for a 6-number result. If we were playing five sets of 10, I would recommend allowing 3 consecutive numbers in each 10, but not more.
When choosing our lotto numbers we divide them into three sectors. This is the 1-16, 17-32, 33-49, and 33-49 sectors for a 6-from 49 lottery. The 6 winning numbers for most weeks will consist of between 1 and 3. With our 10-number system, we can make sure that each set of 10 numbers contains 3 numbers from each sector. We also have 4 numbers from one sector. “Lottery profiling” is a practice that matches the results of the different games to determine the most common result. The first step is to determine the most frequent result in the lottery history. Next, you will need to match that result in your lottery entry.
This “Profile” is for the New Jersey 6-49 case. 669 out of 1,000 were included in this example. This is equivalent to 2 weeks of every 3.
There are smart ways to play lotto and dumb ways. First, gather Intelligence on what types of lottos work best. Then you can create an entry that matches that Profile. Next, you need to create a cooperative to pool funds to win huge lotto jackpots. You will also need a Lotto system. Here’s how we would organize the 5 System 10’s that we started with:
Each set of 10 numbers has 5 odd and 5 even numbers. No game can be both all-odd/all-even and most of our games are in the “Smart Play Zone(tm). There are very few numbers that follow each other. Finally, each sector has 3-4 numbers. Note that the 46th sector has been doubled to produce 25 odd/even numbers. It was 1 in its original set.