Increase Odds of Winning a Lottery

Latest Casino News 29 Jul , 2019 0

The odds of winning any lottery are almost next to nil. The jackpot win for a lottery like Euromillions has its odds calculated to be at one in every 76 million. So what can anyone do if they want to increase their odds of winning such a lottery?

One of the simplest concepts that one can employ is to buy more tickets instead of just one. For example you can buy 10 tickets. This will increase your odds of winning up to 1 out of every 7.6 million. The question is however, is it really worth it?

Not everyone can really afford to buy more tickets. So what is the next best option? Play with a lottery syndicate. These are groups put in money together and buy the tickets communally. They could be friends, families or even workplaces that come together with the common goal of winning the lottery.

Playing with a group like this will greatly increase the odds of winning any lottery.

For instance, a lottery syndicate of 36 members would go out and communally buy 36 tickets. Since the lottery has the average odds of 1-76 million, this means that the odds of winning such a lottery have already been upped 36 times. That in other words translates to one in every 2.1 million.

The disadvantage of playing like this with a syndicate is that the earnings if any will be split between all the 36 members who contributed. If the earnings are huge however this can still be enough to change a few lives.

Your syndicate can go further and calculate and begin buying specific combinations of numbers. For example if one of the numbers played in the lottery is always a winner then you can always include it in the combinations.

Logic and mathematical ratios that improve the odds plus playing with a lottery syndicate is the best bet at winning a lottery.


Source by Val McQueen


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