Increase Your Chances of Winning the Lottery

The lottery is purely a game of luck and the odds are heavily stacked against you. In the UK lottery for example, the odds of winning the jackpot by picking all 6 drawn numbers are 1 in 14 million. If you are playing the Euro Millions the odds are even more distant at 1 in 76 million. So how can you make the odds of a lottery win lower?

If you search online, you will find masses of websites offering information on how to increase your lottery-winning chances. These methods can range from the most un-realistic, to the believable. However, most will have a price attached to them and you will have to purchase many lottery tickets to discover just how realistic they are. There are computer programs with databases of all lottery number machines and sets of balls used in every lottery draw, that analyse the frequency of each number’s appearance in a lottery draw. These systems then produce the sets of numbers that have performed the best in the past.

There are other products that will gladly take your money, offering a writers own method for picking winning lottery numbers, while they will show you proof of their lottery winnings. Some will sell you their own sets of lucky numbers, which they claim have won on numerous occasions. If you really are desperate to win in the lottery you can even pay somebody to cast a good luck spell on you, a service normally offered by modern-day wizards or witches. They will also sell you lucky charms, that promise to affect the results of the lottery draws in your favour.
But did you know that there are other ways to increase your chances of winning in a lottery draw?

Playing in a lottery syndicate is possibly the best way to boost your odds of winning. As a member of a syndicate, you pool all of the entry fees to buy a bigger number of lottery tickets, for the lottery of your choice. This gives you and your fellow syndicate members, a far greater chance of winning the cash prizes. Obviously, the downside to playing in a syndicate system is that you must share the winnings with the rest of the syndicate. It does makes sense however, to start a syndicate with people that you already know and trust.
Depending on Which way you look at it, the lottery is a low-cost gamble and the odds are decidedly stacked against you, but you can reduce the odds dramatically, by working with other like-minded people, in a well organised lottery syndicate.