This question is without a doubt the number one topic in our industry. It's also the subject of various "secret systems", scams, tacky books and "special reports" – all of which are total bunk. The simple fact of the matter is there is no guaranteed way to win the lottery. If there were then lotteries would have absolutely no reason to exist (and I'd be sprawled out on the beach at some exclusive resort in Fiji sipping a mojito right about now).
The catch is that, when you do this, the price also rises since, in essence, you're going from buying one game to multiple bets. Depending on how many numbers you pick you're basically going from a fistful to an armful right up to a potential wheelbarrow full of lottery tickets – so obviously you'll also have more chances of winning, but of course you're going to have to pay more too. For this very reason system bets are very popular with lotto syndicates who can split the cost among members.
Unfortunately, according to a study by US researchers from Stanford University and Bucknell, as humans we're simply unable to do this. It turns out that even when we try to select numbers at random what we actually do is pick the numbers subconsciously. According to the experts our brain "tells" us numbers, numbers that have already reminded us of something, such as an important date, and so, without knowing it, we pick numbers that have a specific significance to us.
Your guess can contain one number higher than 15, but it's better to stick with the numbers 1-15. Why? Nine out of ten delta numbers will be 15 or less. This means that at least half the time, there will be no delta number greater than 15 in a given six-number-pick. As there are more possible numbers greater than 15 than there are numbers less than 15, its just better strategy to focus your guesses on those cases where the odds are in your favor.
Players can either choose their own six numbers (five regular and one Powerball) or have the computer terminals randomly pick numbers for them. If every number on your ticket matches the winning numbers in the order they are drawn, you win the jackpot prize. There are also smaller prizes if you only have some of the correct numbers. Each ticket costs the player $1.
Do you know that there are lotto experts who laugh when news reports claim that their multiple wins are due to luck? These multiple winners claim to have very precise techniques for winning prizes and these same experts also claim to be able to teach anyone how to win the lottery in the same way they have (and continue to do). In this post I will outline some unbelievable wins and show you how you can learn how to win the lottery by following the same systems as these past jackpot winners.
Though playing the lottery is a game of chance, that doesn’t mean you can’t have a method for choosing your lottery numbers. Of course, there's no perfect method for choosing winning lottery numbers, but there are several ways that you can do it. You can take a scientific or mathematical approach, gamble and choose randomly, follow your gut. Experiment with a few different ways. You never know. You might get lucky.