Winning Lottery System
This Lottery System is intended for groups or individuals who wish to keep their hopes alive for the big win and play over the long term essentially at no cost.
Before you begin to play using this lottery system you must compose a table for your favorite lottery. You must also determine whether you can bet as many tickets as you like on a single combination of numbers. This formula will not work in lotteries where you cannot choose the numbers you wish to play.
Here’s How to Make Your Lottery System Table:
- First Column – Under "Your Bet" for play 1, put the lowest amount you can bet (usually $1.)
- Second Column – Under "Total Bet" place the total amount you have bet on that series of plays (for play 1, the cost of 1 bet: for play 2, the cost of 2 bets, etc.)
- Third Column – Under "Total Win", place the amount you would win in that play if you won. Find this out by multiplying your bet by the payout (A $5 bet with 6:1 payout gives a $30 total win.)
- Fourth Column – Under "Net Profit" place the amount you would receive in profit if you won on that play. Find this out by subtracting "Total Bet" from "Total Win".
- Fifth Column – If "Total Bet" is larger than "Total Win", you must increase the bet until "Total Win" exceeds "Total Bet".
A Sample Table:
Here is how we get our results, based on a $1 minimum bet and a $10 minimum win.
|Bet No.||Your Bet||Total Bet||Total Win||Net Profit|
Why The Lottery System Works
We do not advise use of this system in lotteries offering greater than 70 to 1 odds against winning the smallest prize.
You can find out the odds against the minimum prize (usually $5 or $10) from your regular lottery dealer. All state-run lotteries are required to furnish complete odds on demand. Your dealer can also tell you whether you can purchase large blocks of tickets on single combinations of numbers.
Follow the formula exactly and you are assured a profit.
Always start playing the lottery system with a single ticket (usually $1) on every sequence of bets.
Bet the required amount as shown by the table you composed for your own lottery – no more and no less.
Increase your bet as required by your table. If you cannot afford to bet the full amount, do not place the bet until you can.
Always bet the full amount shown on the table for that draw on a single combination of numbers. You need not bet the same set of number on every draw, but do not divide your bet among two or more sets of numbers. You will increase your odds of winning, but reduce your chances of making a profit.
Every time you win, regardless of the total, return to the top of the table and start over again on a single ticket. It’s the only way you will be successful with this lottery system.
Follow your formula
WARNING: In order to be guaranteed a profit using this Lottery System, you must follow the formula until you have a win. Each time you win you are guaranteed a profit.
If for any reason you are unable to continue using this lottery system you are advised for your own safety, that the farther you advance through the formula without a win, the more you will ultimately lose if at any time you quit playing before you have a win.
Odds on lotteries can appear to be misleading. You should know that if your odds against winning a minimum prize are 25 to 1, you have only a 50% chance of winning once in 25 draws; only a 75% chance of winning once in 50 draws, and only an 87.5% chance of winning once in 100 draws. This means that one time in eight you will go 100 draws without a win. If you continue to bet on any game with reasonable odds, you will win eventually . . . if you don’t go broke first.
We also recommend you find out about Lotto Wheeling, a seriously clever way of approaching betting on Lotto’s!