Can Lottery Wheeling Systems Lower Your Odds?

Can Lottery Wheeling Systems Lower Your Odds?

Latest Casino News 04 Jun , 2019 0

Serious lotto players use lotion wheeling systems to lower their odds dramatically in hopes of winning. Many have won and they give credit to the wheeling systems they played.

Many people who play the lottery do not believe a system will help them win, so they play random numbers such as birthdays, holidays and anniversaries.

They have high hopes that their chosen numbers are the winners, but they get disappointed again. They do not have much of a chance since there is no guarantee their numbers will come up or if they are playing all bad numbers.

If they do not handicap their numbers, their chance is slim of winning even a three number ticket. When there's a huge jackpot people get lotto fever not using common sense. They spend all they got to make their dream come true, turning into a nightmare after spending the rent and utility money.

Always set a budget and never play more than you can afford. When using a wheeling system, it cost less with more numbers than playing quick pick or random numbers. Here are ways to lower your odds with lottery wheel systems

Eliminating 80% Bad Numbers

Go online and get access to the game you want to play. You need the past twelve drawings for that game.

Use a piece of paper or spreadsheet and type or write the numbers 1 through although many numbers your game has. Mark an X beside each number that has come up.

Now look at the pattern and notice the ones with the most X's. You want to use those. By doing this, you're eliminating 80% of bad numbers that do not come up.

Why Does not Random Numbers Work?

Random numbers are those which usually do not come up. Most are bad numbers that people choose as their favorite numbers.

Sometimes they'll draw a pattern on their card. Diagonal, across, up and down or sideways. These ways never work and if by chance it was to hit, there would be many jackpot winners to share the wealth with leaving you a measly win.

Balancing All Chosen Numbers

You've chosen the best numbers to play, but you still have to balance them. Here's how. Pick numbers that are half even and half odd and half low-end and half high-end.

So if your game has 40 numbers, you would play 1 through 21 for the low-end and 22 through 40 for the high-end. Also, they need to be half even and half odd. Do not play numbers in sequence such as 1-2-3-4 or 34-35-36

Hot Versus Cold Numbers

Hot numbers are the ones that have come up the most. Cold ones are ones that come up very seldom or not at all. By eliminating the cold numbers, you've weed out the bad ones that most people play.

What Is The Wheel?

The wheel is your chosen numbers. Get a piece of paper and drawn a line down the middle. Write your system numbers on the left (that would be 1 through 40 whether game you're playing)

Then add your chosen numbers on the right and place them where you want. Use that wheel for the system. The system is your combinations. When wheeling them, do not make a mistake or it could cost you winning tickets.

Now that you understand more on how lottery wheeling systems can lower your odds, play your tickets this way. Buy them, sign the back and put them in a safe place.

Play consistently and do not change your numbers. Playing this way can drop your odds by the millions giving you a huge chance to win the jackpot turning your dream into a reality.



Source by Katty Dicus

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