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Richard Lustig's 7 "Jackpot" Wins

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Here is the list of Richard Lustig's 7 largest wins verified by the Orlando Sentinel. Before the media bring him out for his "expert" advice if Powerball rolls over tonight. Please note he has never won Lotto, Powerball or Mega Millions. I am impressed by his Fantasy 5 and Mega Money wins. But 5/6 numbers in Lotto does not count as a jackpot win.

January 1993 — $10,000 scratch-off ticket

Aug. 14, 1997— $13,696.03 Fantasy 5 jackpot purchased at Albertson's, 1012 Buena Ventura Blvd., Kissimmee

June 2, 2000 — Trip to Los Angeles valued at $3,594.66 in a second-chance drawing for the Wheel of Fortune scratch-off game

October 18, 2001 — Trip to Graceland in Memphis valued at $4,966 in a second-chance drawing for the Elvis Presley scratch-off game

Jan. 22, 2002 — $842,152.91 Mega Money jackpot purchased at Publix, 3972 Town Center Blvd., Orlando

Nov. 25, 2008 — $73,658.06 Fantasy 5 jackpot purchased at Publix, 3972 Town Center Blvd., Orlando

July 11, 2009 — $5,145 for matching 5 of 6 numbers in the Florida Lotto, purchased at Publix, 3972 Town Center Blvd., Orlando

Aug. 9, 2010— $98,992.92 Fantasy 5 jackpot purchased at Publix, 3972 Town Center Blvd., Orlando

 

* Mr. James Bouzman Jr. Won $10 million in 2012 and $3 million in 2013 playing Florida Lotto why isn't he consider a expert?

http://www.lotterypost.com/news/267803

 

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    Posted: February 12, 2014, 5:14 pm - IP Logged

    Here is the list of Richard Lustig's 7 largest wins verified by the Orlando Sentinel. Before the media bring him out for his "expert" advice if Powerball rolls over tonight. Please note he has never won Lotto, Powerball or Mega Millions. I am impressed by his Fantasy 5 and Mega Money wins. But 5/6 numbers in Lotto does not count as a jackpot win.

    January 1993 — $10,000 scratch-off ticket

    Aug. 14, 1997— $13,696.03 Fantasy 5 jackpot purchased at Albertson's, 1012 Buena Ventura Blvd., Kissimmee

    June 2, 2000 — Trip to Los Angeles valued at $3,594.66 in a second-chance drawing for the Wheel of Fortune scratch-off game

    October 18, 2001 — Trip to Graceland in Memphis valued at $4,966 in a second-chance drawing for the Elvis Presley scratch-off game

    Jan. 22, 2002 — $842,152.91 Mega Money jackpot purchased at Publix, 3972 Town Center Blvd., Orlando

    Nov. 25, 2008 — $73,658.06 Fantasy 5 jackpot purchased at Publix, 3972 Town Center Blvd., Orlando

    July 11, 2009 — $5,145 for matching 5 of 6 numbers in the Florida Lotto, purchased at Publix, 3972 Town Center Blvd., Orlando

    Aug. 9, 2010— $98,992.92 Fantasy 5 jackpot purchased at Publix, 3972 Town Center Blvd., Orlando

     

    * Mr. James Bouzman Jr. Won $10 million in 2012 and $3 million in 2013 playing Florida Lotto why isn't he consider a expert?

    http://www.lotterypost.com/news/267803

     

    SMALL WINS ADD UP IN THE LONG TERM.

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      Posted: February 12, 2014, 6:01 pm - IP Logged

      Here is the list of Richard Lustig's 7 largest wins verified by the Orlando Sentinel. Before the media bring him out for his "expert" advice if Powerball rolls over tonight. Please note he has never won Lotto, Powerball or Mega Millions. I am impressed by his Fantasy 5 and Mega Money wins. But 5/6 numbers in Lotto does not count as a jackpot win.

      January 1993 — $10,000 scratch-off ticket

      Aug. 14, 1997— $13,696.03 Fantasy 5 jackpot purchased at Albertson's, 1012 Buena Ventura Blvd., Kissimmee

      June 2, 2000 — Trip to Los Angeles valued at $3,594.66 in a second-chance drawing for the Wheel of Fortune scratch-off game

      October 18, 2001 — Trip to Graceland in Memphis valued at $4,966 in a second-chance drawing for the Elvis Presley scratch-off game

      Jan. 22, 2002 — $842,152.91 Mega Money jackpot purchased at Publix, 3972 Town Center Blvd., Orlando

      Nov. 25, 2008 — $73,658.06 Fantasy 5 jackpot purchased at Publix, 3972 Town Center Blvd., Orlando

      July 11, 2009 — $5,145 for matching 5 of 6 numbers in the Florida Lotto, purchased at Publix, 3972 Town Center Blvd., Orlando

      Aug. 9, 2010— $98,992.92 Fantasy 5 jackpot purchased at Publix, 3972 Town Center Blvd., Orlando

       

      * Mr. James Bouzman Jr. Won $10 million in 2012 and $3 million in 2013 playing Florida Lotto why isn't he consider a expert?

      http://www.lotterypost.com/news/267803

       

      They probably only think Mr. Bouzeman is just lucky rather than an expert since he only won twice and Lustig won 7 times

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        Posted: February 12, 2014, 6:10 pm - IP Logged

        I didn't think he won powerball or mega millions. I would be more impressed if he did.

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          Lustig also spends more money; I've heard $1,000 per week.

          Notice how the time between wins decreases as he accumulates winnings? There is a strong correlation between the dates and his cumulative winnings, which means he started spending more as he won more. Naturally, this leads to more winning.

          If the chances of winning the jackpot are so slim, why play when the jackpot is so small? Your chances never change, but the potential payoff does.
          If a crystal ball showed you the future of the rest of your life, and in that future you will never win a jackpot, would you still play?

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            Posted: February 12, 2014, 6:18 pm - IP Logged

            Here is the list of Richard Lustig's 7 largest wins verified by the Orlando Sentinel. Before the media bring him out for his "expert" advice if Powerball rolls over tonight. Please note he has never won Lotto, Powerball or Mega Millions. I am impressed by his Fantasy 5 and Mega Money wins. But 5/6 numbers in Lotto does not count as a jackpot win.

            January 1993 — $10,000 scratch-off ticket

            Aug. 14, 1997— $13,696.03 Fantasy 5 jackpot purchased at Albertson's, 1012 Buena Ventura Blvd., Kissimmee

            June 2, 2000 — Trip to Los Angeles valued at $3,594.66 in a second-chance drawing for the Wheel of Fortune scratch-off game

            October 18, 2001 — Trip to Graceland in Memphis valued at $4,966 in a second-chance drawing for the Elvis Presley scratch-off game

            Jan. 22, 2002 — $842,152.91 Mega Money jackpot purchased at Publix, 3972 Town Center Blvd., Orlando

            Nov. 25, 2008 — $73,658.06 Fantasy 5 jackpot purchased at Publix, 3972 Town Center Blvd., Orlando

            July 11, 2009 — $5,145 for matching 5 of 6 numbers in the Florida Lotto, purchased at Publix, 3972 Town Center Blvd., Orlando

            Aug. 9, 2010— $98,992.92 Fantasy 5 jackpot purchased at Publix, 3972 Town Center Blvd., Orlando

             

            * Mr. James Bouzman Jr. Won $10 million in 2012 and $3 million in 2013 playing Florida Lotto why isn't he consider a expert?

            http://www.lotterypost.com/news/267803

             

            For all we know there may be some who consider Mr. James Bouzman Jr. an expert.  There are LP members who some consider experts on certain games that never been mentioned in a news paper.

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              Not content with hawking his snake oil just in the USofA, Lustig went down under to sell his "winning" lottery method to any Aussie who would listen. Unfortunately, there seems to be no shortage of TV programs willing to host him. (if you've just eaten a meal, you may not want to watch, otherwise it could come back up through your nostrils)

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                Posted: February 12, 2014, 8:04 pm - IP Logged

                Good research Win$500Quick.

                For Lustig to promote these as 7 'jackpot' wins speaks volumes about those selling lottery books and systems.

                Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.

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                There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.

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                  Posted: February 13, 2014, 5:34 am - IP Logged

                  Good research Win$500Quick.

                  For Lustig to promote these as 7 'jackpot' wins speaks volumes about those selling lottery books and systems.

                  I Agree! He just spends alot of money on the lottery so he SHOULD hit alot.... And then to promote a book about 'spend alot and win'....Thumbs Down

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                    Not content with hawking his snake oil just in the USofA, Lustig went down under to sell his "winning" lottery method to any Aussie who would listen. Unfortunately, there seems to be no shortage of TV programs willing to host him. (if you've just eaten a meal, you may not want to watch, otherwise it could come back up through your nostrils)

                    I really do wish the media would make him reveal how much he's won and how much he spends on tickets before they tout him as the lottery whisperer. 

                    His 'system' is to only play games with good odds and throw as much money as you can at it in one drawing.

                    The funny thing is he's earned less than real jackpot winners with a buck and no system. I'll take that over a methodology that is little more than me forking over entire paychecks and crossing my fingers.

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                      I didn't think he won powerball or mega millions. I would be more impressed if he did.

                      I would be to.
                      It's no wonder the title of his book is " How to increase the odds of winning..."
                      And of course his sage advice" Never Purchase Quick Picks".
                      What a character,  What a guy.

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                        I never understood his dislike for quick picks.  He's so adamant about this point when I see him on TV.  He makes a dumbass comment to support his position - "Have you won with quick picks?"  Well, no.  But, neither has 99.9% of lotto players whether they play quick picks or their own numbers.

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                          Lustig also spends more money; I've heard $1,000 per week.

                          Notice how the time between wins decreases as he accumulates winnings? There is a strong correlation between the dates and his cumulative winnings, which means he started spending more as he won more. Naturally, this leads to more winning.

                          A good system would only cost $50 a week, but most of his wins are still pretty impressive.

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                            The fact that 2 second chance drawing wins are listed gives credibility to the theory that he is buying a ton of scratch tickets. The Fantasy 5 wins also indicate he is probably buying a ton of those tickets also.

                            Anyone can win multiple jackpots if you buy enough tickets. I would not be at all surprised if he has spent more than he has won over the years...

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                              The "system" sellers only have to suggest to the gullible that their strategy is somehow metaphysically associated with the balls blowing around inside the lottery machine.  Sadly, "chump syndrome" appears to be pervasive . . as evidenced by the CNBC series American Greed.