Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Can you Really Win the Lotto?

Winning the lottery would be a life-changing event for almost all of us. Let's face it no having to worry about money ever again would be like a dream come true. However, that is exactly what it seems to be - just a dream. But, what if it isn't? What if you could win the lottery using some simple mathematics?

With the dawn of lotteries also came the beginning of lottery systems designed to beat it. In a desire for quick wealth, instant gratification and even just to prove that it could be done hundreds of different systems have been devised to bring in a lottery jackpot.

Some systems, it must be said, are a lot more practical than others. Seeking the advice of a magic 8 ball is a far less effective method of choosing lottery numbers than a mathematical wheeling system for example.

Although almost all lottery systems are useless there have been one or two developed that are capable of producing real, tangible results.

As I have already pointed out one of the most effective and popular ways for increasing the odds of winning a lottery prize is through 'wheeling'. But because wheeling creates more number sequences you need to buy more lottery tickets to use it. This means more money needs to be spent and for that reason wheeling only really becomes effective when the larger resources of a syndicate can be employed.

But, wheeling does show that you can use mathematics, and in particular the laws of probability, to greatly increase your odds of winning the lottery.

You will probably not be surprised to learn then that a man who crunches numbers for a living has won the lottery a record five times.

Most people will agree that if anyone was going to crack the lottery code it had to be a mathematician. So Larry Blair, being a math professor in Oklahoma, fits the bill but how effective is his system?

Well, Larry's system has allowed him to win the lottery 5 times and has also helped many others secure their own piece of lottery history.

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