Do you know that there are lotto experts who laugh when their multiple wins are put down to luck? These same experts also claim to be able to teach anyone how to pick winning lottery numbers like they do.
These lotto experts say that they can predict the winning lines so consistently that they can create money on demand simply by playing the lottery.
Many of them openly talk about using systems, systems which they say have been proven to work.
Do such lottery systems exist, as they claim. Is is true that there is a lottery system that is so effective that hundreds of people who have been taught it have went on to win huge sums of money?
The Lottery System
After much research and some testing it would appear that at least one such lottery system does indeed exist and which many past winners claim is responsible for their wins. Further more it seems that there are people still using it today.
At first you may be skeptical, I know I was, but after I share with some interesting facts about some very curious past winners your skepticism may begin to wain.
I will let the facts speak for themselves.
Strange Lotto Wins
The idea that a person can pick a few numbers, pay a small fee and then, if incredible luck strikes them, experience life changes that most other people only dream about is the lure of the lottery. Instant financial abundance has great appeal.
As with everything that appears to be easy money, from the gold rush to dot com boom, the lotto has attracted its wealth seekers and entrepreneurs alike. All hoping to get a slice of the pie and get something for nothing.
Of course like the miners who went in search of gold many people who yearn for a lottery win find that you can’t ever really get something for nothing.
Or can you?
Well, you may not be able to get a lottery win for nothing but perhaps for the price of a university doctorate in Statistical mathematics you might be able to land more than 1 big win!
Here are some stories of past lottery winners that may cause you to raise an eyebrow or two.
When Joan Ginther won her first big lotto prize everyone congratulated here on her amazing luck.
However, by the time she had got to her fourth big prize, beating out odds of 18 septillion (18 followed by 44 zeros) to 1, people started to wonder if luck was involved at all.
Not surprising for lotto officials it transpired that Joan was in fact a Stanford Statistics Professor.
What a co-incidence that someone who is educated in mathematical probabilities (which the lottery is based on) should win 4 times … (note the sarcasm).
Joan is not the only mathematical whiz kid to have been “lucky” enough to win big on the lottery but the others are too numerous to mention. I think you get the picture though.
Then there is Richard Lustig. Richard claims to be just an ordinary guy with a system.
Richard Lustig has won the lottery 7 times and is very vocal about the fact that he uses a system.
Lustig claims that picking winning lottery numbers is not about luck but about strategy. Can you argue with a guy who has won 7 top prizes and multiple small and medium prizes?
His advice is practical and in fact some of his advice is incorporated into the highly effective scratch off tips offered free on this site.
Mathematical Manipulation Versus Luck
It would seem that both Joan Ginther and Richard Lustig do not rely on luck to win the lottery and they are not alone.
There are a growing number of people who claim that their success in the lotto was not down to luck but was based on solid systems and techniques designed specifically to lead to their wins.
It is very hard to argue against this when people like Richard Lustig continue to win while openly promoting the fact that they have a proven system. When you also check the authenticity of a Stanford University Math teacher’s multiple wins it really starts to make you question what is possible and what is not.
But obviously not all lottery wins involve mathematical manipulation.
For those readers who would prefer to rely on pure luck here is the story of one lottery winner that should demonstrate the type of luck you need to win big on the lotto when luck is all you are counting on.
Frane Selak has to be one of the luckiest men who ever lived.
Frane Selak is an infamous Croatian music teacher who became a household name in Croatia long before he won the lottery.
Frane’s almost supernatural ability to tap into the power of luck is uncanny and mind blowing and is the sole reason for his fame in his home country.
In 1962, before his big lottery win, Frane was on a train journey from Sarajevo to Dubrovnik.
While enjoying the solitude of the journey the train was unexpected and violently derailed. Once forced off the tracks it was plunged into an ice river at high speed killing 17 passengers and injuring many more but Frane survived with just a broken arm and a few minor cuts.
Then in 1963 while travelling from Zagreb to Rijeka the plane he was in blew out a cockpit door which plunged the light aircraft into a tailspin that lead to the entire plan hitting the ground at full speed instantly killing 19 passengers.
However, Frane Salek walked away from the accident with superficial injuries after he was ejected from the tumbling plane and fell onto a haystack.
Again he experienced amazing luck in 1966 when a bus he was a passenger on suddenly veered off the road and crashed into a river killing 4 other passengers.
Then in 1970 he barely escaped his crashed car just moments before the eroded fuel pump ignited and the vehicle burst into billowing flames.
Later, in 1973, in similar incident Mr . Selak was lucky to escape another flaming vehicle with only a few singed hairs.
More recently, in 1995, Frane was hit by a speeding bus but was hit in such a way that the impact glanced his body and flung him to safety.
A year later in 1996 he only avoided certain death from an oncoming high speed truck by driving his own car off a cliff edge into a deep gorge.
This in itself should have killed him but astonishingly he fell from his car onto the thick branches of a tree and watched as his vehicle was smashed to pieces 300 feet below him.
So no-one was really surprised when he won US$1,110,000 on the lottery.
This is the type of luck you need to beat out odds of 175 million to 1.
If you would rather not rely on this type of luck to win on the lottery then you most definitely need a lottery system that works.
So when we review amazing wins by mathematical professors and guys who claim they have a system we must assume that there really are lottery secrets that have been kept hidden in the past.
So can the lottery system used by past winners help you to become fabulously wealthy?
Well the answer to this question is both “yes” and “no”.
Let me explain.
How to Pick Winning Lotto Numbers
No-one can teach you how to pick winning lottery numbers. The numbers that are draw are purely random and predicting which numbers will be drawn in any one draw is a matter of luck – or more accurately it is a matter of chance and probability.
However, regardless of how you pick lottery numbers for your game there are ways to dramatically increase your odds of correctly picking lotto numbers that actually come up in your chosen draw.
The act of picking lottery numbers is not the basis of any effective lotto system though.
Although picking hot numbers and avoiding cold numbers may give you a slight advantage the real benefit of using a lottery system lies in its ability to slash the odds against you winning by allowing you to pick more numbers than usual and then wheeling them in a way that gives you many more chances of landing multiple wins in the same game.
How to Win the Lottery Using the Secret of Wheeling
Learning how to use these lottery systems correctly means you are actually learning effective strategies for almost every lotto game out there. You will even know how to win the lottery in mega millions, powerball, pick 6, pick 3 etc.
Wheeling is not fool proof however and it works best within a syndicate as the price of tickets increases with the number of numbers you wheel.
It is also best to target lottery with better odds. For example it is much more difficult to wheel your way to a win in the Euromillions, than it is in powerball.