Are you winning enough? Two tips on how to get more from your lottery game


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A prize of $20K can go a long way as Lotto America winner David KoKenge will discover, but don’t give up trying again for bigger amounts.

The Silver Lotto System’s latest $1 million winner asked me for some advice recently.

The Australian Wednesday Lotto winner wanted tips on how to win again. Nowadays $1 million is not enough if you want a true lifetime of ease.

Apart from reading this blog, there are two things you can do to increase your good luck:

1. Stick with the same numbers. One of the questions I get asked by winners is whether they should change their lotto numbers to a new set after their win. There’s no need to do that.

Keep using the numbers you have already. Because while it’s unlikely you’ll win again using the exact set of numbers, you can win using partial number sets.

For example, 1, 7, 15, 24, 32, 41 might hit the main jackpot, while next time 15, 24, 32, 41 might get you a secondary prize.

2. Improve your game’s odds. Check the game you play and change it to a better one if you can. Use the star rating column in LottoPredict to select a game that is easier to win.

For example, if you live in Massachusetts and play the US Powerball which is a 1-star game (odds are poor), change to a local game. The Megabucks Doubler game is a 3-star game, and will give you hugely better winning odds.

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