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Listen up: 7-time lottery winner reveals how to win $500M Powerball

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Posted: November 28, 2012, 7:26 pm - IP Logged

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    Posted: November 28, 2012, 7:30 pm - IP Logged

    Richard Lustig lives in Florida and I think he operates a talent agency.  I spoke to him on the phone a couple months ago about his book and his methods for picking numbers.  Carbob told me he saw him at a Publix in the Orlanda FL area buying a large number of scratch offs.  Of course his tip is to buy bulk of just 1 type of sratch-off game and not buy 10 of these and 10 of those etc.  I think he told me he also makes sure the larger jackpot prizes have NOT been won before he buys the scratch-offs.  He also plays the 2nd chance draws and has won prizes by mailing in losing tickets.  I think he told me he won a Harley Davidson mortorcycle.

    He is supposed to be in Pitman NJ on December 22 2012 promoting his book $15 admission.  Give the guy credit he won some lottery games and he's business savy. 

    If we won 7 times we would all do the same thing wouldn't we??

    On the Oprah show he bought a number of the same scratch-off and gave them out free to the studio audience.  I think a few people won some smaller prizes but no major ones. 

    The guy won money give him credit. 

    He told me it's not luck.

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      Posted: November 28, 2012, 8:30 pm - IP Logged

      Richard Lustig lives in Florida and I think he operates a talent agency.  I spoke to him on the phone a couple months ago about his book and his methods for picking numbers.  Carbob told me he saw him at a Publix in the Orlanda FL area buying a large number of scratch offs.  Of course his tip is to buy bulk of just 1 type of sratch-off game and not buy 10 of these and 10 of those etc.  I think he told me he also makes sure the larger jackpot prizes have NOT been won before he buys the scratch-offs.  He also plays the 2nd chance draws and has won prizes by mailing in losing tickets.  I think he told me he won a Harley Davidson mortorcycle.

      He is supposed to be in Pitman NJ on December 22 2012 promoting his book $15 admission.  Give the guy credit he won some lottery games and he's business savy. 

      If we won 7 times we would all do the same thing wouldn't we??

      On the Oprah show he bought a number of the same scratch-off and gave them out free to the studio audience.  I think a few people won some smaller prizes but no major ones. 

      The guy won money give him credit. 

      He told me it's not luck.

      Sorry, I can't respect or give him credit since he makes money off suckers who think he has a system to win them money. He gets lucky and spends a ton of money playing these games. Gullible people think that must mean he has a system to win, guaranteed.

       

      If I won 20 jackpots I wouldn't charge anyone to read my stories of winning or my methods of playing (I bought a ticket!).

       

      I mean, look at his strategy he told on there... buy as many tickets you can afford. The crazy guy down on the boardwalk could have told me that same thing, and all he won was a yelling contest with the invisible Ronald Reagan the other day.

       

       

      Sorry for the rant, just this Lustig guy annoys me.

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        Posted: November 28, 2012, 8:39 pm - IP Logged

        Sorry, I can't respect or give him credit since he makes money off suckers who think he has a system to win them money. He gets lucky and spends a ton of money playing these games. Gullible people think that must mean he has a system to win, guaranteed.

         

        If I won 20 jackpots I wouldn't charge anyone to read my stories of winning or my methods of playing (I bought a ticket!).

         

        I mean, look at his strategy he told on there... buy as many tickets you can afford. The crazy guy down on the boardwalk could have told me that same thing, and all he won was a yelling contest with the invisible Ronald Reagan the other day.

         

         

        Sorry for the rant, just this Lustig guy annoys me.

        I totally agree!

         

        It may be a rant but it is a totally valid one.

         

        He spews out a series of anecdotal comments with no substance.

         

        This is the perfect time for him as first time players begin to play when jackpots skyrocket. Dupe Alert

         

        I wonder how many copies of that toilet paper he sold this week?

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          Posted: November 28, 2012, 9:19 pm - IP Logged

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          I can see from the gang up there you'll need a few dance classes, but with a few hundred million that can be easily arranged.

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            Posted: November 28, 2012, 9:48 pm - IP Logged

            I bought the book from his website. $40. Complete waste of money. It's a thin book to begin with and every other page has a full page graphic. There are no stats of any kind. He offers such help as, "Be curteous to the clerks you buy tickets from" and "don't wait until the last minute". I'm not joking.