The golden secrets to winning the lottery are unveiled in this article! If you have been wondering how to win the lottery, this is what you must read.
First, know the rules
Like any other sports and things in life, you need to know and be familiar with the rules of the game before you take part in it.
Every state has its own rules for lottery games. If you want to win, you must know what these rules are and abide by them strictly.
The rules are normally published on the lottery websites. They will normally set out the minimum age to buy the lottery or claim prizes. If you are below 16, 18 or 21 years of old, do beware of this rule to avoid being barred from claiming the prizes when you win.
Most importantly, you must read the rules to know how to play a particular lottery game. Learn the right way to mark the numbers, ensuring the validity of your tickets and claim the prizes. Doing anything that will invalidate your ticket or claim unknowingly is the last thing you want to do.
Second, do not change your numbers combination
Secrets to winning the lottery lie in your discipline in playing the game.
Stick to the numbers of your combination as long as you can. Refrain from changing the combination in each game. The rationale for doing this is very simple. The longer a combination is not struck, the more likely it will be hit. By buying the same combination repeatedly, it improves your chances to win.
If you feel there is a real need to play with other numbers, buy an additional set of number for that game. Do not forego the combination of numbers that you have already been playing.
Third, understand the numbers theory
Most lottery players have the tendency to buy the numbers that have been drawn. Actually, this is not the right way to win the lottery.
The theory of numbers dictates that in a random system, every number has an equal chance of winning. While there is nothing to preclude the same number from being drawn again for the following weeks, the chances of this happening is very slim and is forbidden by the numbers theory.
For example, if the number “25” was drawn last week, the chances for it to be drawn again are reduced. If the same number is to be drawn again this week, it would mean that the other numbers’ chance was reduced – something that goes against the theory of numbers.
This is one of the reasons why in the Second Rule above, I insist that you do not change your numbers of combination in…