In his book, Richard discusses the ins and outs and dos and don'ts of buying lottery tickets to increase your chances of winning. He has created a method that he and members of his family use that has enabled them to WIN several lottery game GRAND prizes. This is a very easy to use method and will work with any type lottery games (scratch tickets or number games) in any state or country.
Here are some quotes from people who have used his method:
"My husband and I used Richard Lustig's lotto method and within months of starting the method we hit a Mega Money jackpot for 2 million dollars! It was really easy to follow. You only play what you can and you can still win! Shaun and I will only play lotto from now on using these strategies." (Jennifer and Shaun, Florida)
"Since we've been using your method, we have definitely been winning more that we used to. It's easy to follow" (Dale, Florida)
"I just wanted to let you know that my husband and I read through your lottery method last night. It seems great. It seems to be just simple logic and makes sense." (Kate, Illinois)
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Wendy in Seattle
Worth listening to, but be advised the tips start at minute 5:00 and end at 18:00.
I like to play games of chance--I used the scratcher method of buying all one kind and it does give more wins.
I liked Richard Lustigs honest approach and sincerity.
I buy all same scratcher now at one time.
I already told friends about it.
Richard has some good logical strategies, some that should help and others that make no logical sense. If even one make you a winner it is worth the price of the book and more. I think it's a good buy. But in the end you have to play to win. Richard does.
Not bad overall. I won more small prizes immediately after listening to it than I ever had. I don't like the radio show recorded interview at the end.
Save more playing change so I can afford to buy more tickets.
All of these methods require an investment to see any possible results. I do really like how the writer emphasizes doing research and that are no guarantees in games of chance. It is also nice to hear the constant warning to not spend more than one can afford, especially with the needed investment to follow the recommendations. What I have problems with is the math. For the scratch tickets, it's sound as all the tickets are printed before anyone buys them so buying in a series will increase your odds and could lead to winning some real prizes. However when he says "Just ask any math professor" about his theories on numbers games, he's flat out wrong and any math professor will tell you that (also his theory doesn't explain even a single winner let alone multiple winners of the same prize). However it is as good a method of choosing numbers as any other, but it won't endow any special advantage over random. Some of his later ideas will increase one's odds a small bit, but not to the levels he proposes. In short the scratch advice seems solid while the numbers has some real and easily discovered problems.
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