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The Basics of Winning Lotto/Lottery Paperback – January 1, 2003
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I thought this would be interesting much as I believed and still do that playing the lottery is a activity for people who are really bad at math.
No, the book didn't say that in those words. It was straight forward about odds and did offer a few tips on how it maintains one can up your odds of ever getting your lottery ticket dollars back.
What this book provides for the consistent Lotto player such as myself, is a strategy, one that makes sense to me. It beats aimlessly throwing money at the Lotto as I have been for years. Apply the concepts here to the Lotto in your state, based on the results of previous drawings, and I would like to believe that you'll have a great strategy to potentially win the lottery, or at least get the 4 of 6 or 5 of 6 prizes, provided that you are consistent with your playing as well. It also talks about the Cash 3 and Play 4 number picks as well. And it tells you to stay away from scratch offs, which I know from experience can be an extreme waste of money. Buy $50 worth of $1 tickets to only win $20, I've stopped wasting my money there.
It's not guaranteed that you'll ever win, but I believe that if you would even bother to search for a book such as this one, you believe that winning is possible for you and you have a desire to win, as SOMEBODY wins all the time; and you want to better position yourself to be one of those winners, one day. I think that this book will help with that goal. I recommend it.
Plus all that lottery preys on poor people stuff is garbage. I'm not poor, and nobody makes me play. Typically, poor people have no cash to play the lottery. I know wealthy businessmen and women who play the lottery religiously, because its fun. And all of the serious Lotto players that I have met all have a strategy that allows them to clear those $600 & up prizes consistently, I wouldn't be surprised if their strategy followed the ones mentioned in this book. They certainly won't share their secrets with me. Get the book. You can do anything once you put your mind to it!!! I'm putting my mind to winning the lottery lol.