Winning The Lottery – The Quantum LeapUncategorized
From A Double Million Dollar Lottery Winner
Yes, I have won the lottery – Twice. And no, I do not play lotto the way 99% of the population plays. Perhaps equally important is the fact that very few months go by without me having at least a small win of some kind.
My larger wins include: $1,374,196, $1,008,742, $76,500, $19,612, $15,569, $15,334, $12,565, $10,658, $7,751 and $5,554 – and we will tell you where you can see proof later.
But first, a dose of realism. These wins have been over a period of 6 years – so obviously we do not win every week. Anyone who promises you the secret to winning lotto every week is peddling snake oil – no ifs, no buts. What IS possible is a regular small win of $20-$100, plus a lotto strategy technique that significantly boosts your chances of winning the big one. So what do we do that is different? gclub
ORGANIZE The Lotto Numbers
We ORGANIZE the lotto numbers – rather than try to PICK the numbers. This is the Quantum Leap that has dramatically “improved our luck.” Despite over a 100 hundred years of proof that no-one can PICK the 6 winning lotto numbers, most players continue with an approach that has never worked!
Making sure you have all 6 winning lotto numbers is incredibly simple – Play ALL of the lottery numbers! Not rocket science, but it will get more complicated. At its simplest, playing the following multiple entries in any 49-number, Pick-6 lottery GUARANTEES you have ALL the winning lotto numbers somewhere in your overall entry:
As you will see later, we do NOT recommend playing like this – it is presented for simplicity, so that you can see the concept. Later, we will show you a much better approach.
Your big objection is probably that there are TEN numbers, not six. Again, part of our lotto strategy, and in this article we show you two ways to use 10-number entries.
Match Your Outlay to the Lotto Jackpot
A fact most lotto players miss – The cost of playing and the odds of winning are the same – whether you are playing for $1 Million or $100 Million. At $1 million, I would be playing alone, with a $30-$50 outlay only. At $100 Million, I would still be playing with a $30-$50 outlay BUT would join with 19 others so that our collective stake is $600 – $1,000. No-one pays more money than they can afford – but by pooling our efforts we can organize a bigger, smarter entry.