If you want to win the lottery you need to first do your research to find the lottery which best suits you. Do you want more money at higher odds? Or are you more tempted by lower jackpots with a greater chance of success? Don't forget about other prize divisions also, as these often pay out pretty juicy amounts. Ignore the advice of these so-called lottery gurus and their number systems and instead focus on system bets and consider joining a lottery syndicate to spread the costs out. Remember to buy those extra games also, they only cost a tiny bit extra for a chance to win a massive windfall and, finally, keep the faith and keep plugging away - there are, of course, always exceptions but generally the people who win the lottery are those who play with consistency. 
Also, never hand over a ticket to a clerk at a lottery location and ask if you've won. Use a computer terminal to determine if you're a winner, ask the clerk for the winning numbers and verify them yourself, or check online or in newspapers to find the winning numbers. It's easy for an unscrupulous clerk to pocket your ticket and tell you it was a loser.
Select numbers that are drawn frequently. If you notice that a few numbers stand out for being drawn significantly more often than the others, consider including them in your pick. Be aware, though, that several other people will be trying this tactic; if you win with frequently picked numbers, you might be at a greater risk of having to share the prize with other winners.
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