|Posted: March 15, 2010, 6:02 pm - IP Logged|
I have studied the lottery for many years and what I discovered is that the game itself needs to be looked at from a historical standpoint. What I have discovered for the most part is 1) Numbers can't be played has "hot" or "cold". The numbers that get pulled are purely random in nature and that doesn't change 2) Wheels do work, but the odds of winning the jackpot on a 3 of 6 or 4 of 6 is virtually impossible. I have discovered this by taking actual winning combinations and running them through a series of tests and it just doesn't work. It may take you up to 50,000 draws to get the final number (5th on a 5 game lottery) or similiar on a 6 number lottery game. I have discovered over the years, that the "Lottery should not play you, but rather, you should play the lottery". By that I mean play smart and don't spend more than what you have. Getting back to my subject of history, here is what I discovered.
1) Numbers drawn in a lottery repeat certain characteristics over time (Historical)
2) In order to win, you need to study the characteristics and play numbers that repeat those characteristics
3) This takes waiting. In some cases, these characteristics may not repeat for 100 draws, but my studies have shown that they will
4) Stick to a stategy and don't give up it takes time
5) If a strategy doesn't work after 3 months change it
6) DON'T PLAY MORE THAN YOU CAN AFFORD
I am currently testing a strategy. If you asking me have I won, the answer is yes.. Not the big one but I have won a number of larger prizes ranging from $75-$400 and a ton of smaller prizes.