**But this is a first try on my part at developing a progressive betting system that might work and very likely will work.**

**But you need to have a lot of money to spend to make it work, so it is a rich person's system.**

**It pays only $20 per draw no matter how many draws go by before you win, so long as you do win sooner or later.**

**When you do win, then you get all your spent money back + a profit of $20 per draw that you played.**

**So if you played for 5 draws before you won, you made a profit of $20 X 5 = $100. Not much at all, but every 20 draws you would make $400 profit after tickets expenses are paid first. Not too good, but not too bad either.**

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**Here it is free as everything that I have so far posted.**

**You would buy 40 combos per draw always, never neither fewer nor more, exactly always 40 combos per each and every draw played.**

**By the way, the profit of $20 per draw is if you play with the state lotteries at a prize of $40 per 50 cents any-order or boxed ticket and or at $80 prize per $1 winning boxed or any-order number.**

**If you play online, you will get more of a profit.**

**1st draw played 40 boxed numbers at 50 cents per number = $20 spent.**

**2nd draw played 40 boxed numbers, 50 cents per number per 40 numbers = $20 x 3 = $60 spent.**

**3rd draw played 40 boxed numbers at 50 cents x 7 = $140 spent.**

**4th draw 40 at 50 cents x 15 = $300 spent.**

**5th draw 40 at 50 cents x 31 = $620 spent.**

**So on 5 draws $1140 will be spent and $1240 will be won on the 5th draw = $100 profit every 5 draws and or $20 profit per each and or every draw played.**

**Yes, you must take a very big risk and have a lot of money to spend to win or to lose.**

**If you play online you can start with 25 cents bets instead of 50 cents bets and perhaps you can also increase the number of combos that you will play each and every draw.**

**Good luck.**

**If I made any mistakes on any of those figures or numbers let me know.**

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