So my local news ran a video of this guy in FL who had won the lottery seven times. He describes as having a method.
7-time lottery winner gives tips on how to increase your odds
He gives some good tips like setting a budget, not using grocery or other living related expenses to buy lottery tickets.
He gives an example as having a budget of $100:
That means you divide your budget by 10 and by ten of that denomination. In this example you would buy ten $10 tickets.
Buy 10 tickets in a row of the same game.
"Almost every single time you do that, you're going to find a winning ticket in there. Most of the times, even two winning tickets...
Second tip: DO NOT buy quick picks. He says you can't increase your chances by buying a random lottery ticket? WTF? Is this guy high? How does using your own numbers make your chances higher than a random number set. What a crack pot. He describes using quick picks as taking a loaded gun, putting on a blindfold, and trying to hit a target "It's not going to happen" he says. WTF?
What do you guys think? Can anyone with some math confirm that using your own numbers and using a random quick gives you the same exact chances?
For starters, I own the book and talked to the guy for around 40 minutes, shooting the breeze. I want to LEARN from a guy who knows his s**t, not from other wannabee winners who sit around and pat each other on the back all night. I would kiss the ground he walks on if I had the chance. Anyways, I dont care about scratch offs and never will. A couple of his 'big wins' are from scratch offs but again, thats cool and everything but its not for me. His BIG wins are from playing the tickets and CORRECT, he plays no quick picks. He has looked up (on the lotto web site) different series of numbers to make sure they have NEVER hit in the past and plays MANY series per week, always sticking with the SAME set of numbers. He NEVER misses a day of playing, very *CONSISTENT*.
Hmmm, that sounds odd...."Every set has an equal chance of hitting". (LMAO)
He did his research/put a ton of time into it and its paying off, God bless him. If I had to guess, probably more than 9 hours of research I might add.
All smaller wins ($5, $10 whatever) goes right back into his pool of lotto money. He keeps all losing tickets for tax reasons. There are a couple other items in the book I won't discuss but he TAUGHT his daughter some of his tactics and she also won a large amount. Lets also not forget the profits from his book sales. I find something kind of funny on this board.....if people do WELL, they get insulted and their world gets rocked. I would trade 20 of the top 'pros' (cough) on this board for one Richard Lustig.
This is great >> (Larry Dawson), watch the short video (2 minutes). A 9 million dollar winner, had the book for three months!!
Luck? Maybe, maybe not.