Lottery players often fall into several categories:
-One’s who are broke and willing to try anything.
-They are an analytical player
-They are a doubting player who has to check back through historical records and really confirm whether a system is going to work.
There are as many types of players as there are games. The secret is to identify which kind of player you are, and then use that information to increase your odds of actually winning the lottery.
In Order to Win the Lottery, Establish What Kind of Player You Are
For example, players who have run out of money and are willing to try anything may have an exaggerated idea of what a lottery system can do for them. They will try anything and tend to spend only small amounts on the games recommended by many different systems. They may also take quick picks – computer generated tickets – to try and even up the odds.
When this doesn’t work, they usually automatically assume that all lotto systems are useless.
If that’s you, the answer is to buy and limit your playing to only one lottery system. This reduces the number of options you have, and makes for more controlled odds. Then use the wins to reinvest into the game and accelerate your playing.
If your funds are low, it’s better to wait until you can afford it – even if that’s several weeks apart. In the meantime just take a couple of dollars worth of tickets for the in-between weeks when you can ramp up your playing. The important thing is to realize that it is a large number of tickets that will reduce your odds and help you win – not how often you play.
You may also notice that a lot of times, especially lately, groups of office workers have been winning large lotteries. This is most likely due to the fact that they split the cost of the tickets, can buy more, more often, and so increases their odds dramatically. Maybe you might consider learning from their experience and talking to your co-workers into doing the same. Just a thought…