Can you press the red button and redeem the $100,000 jackpot posted in Mega Moolah 6/49 draw? No! This is the reality in playing the Mega lottery. The odds are stacked against the player. But, there is hope. Since the number 49 has appeared in the drawings for quite a number of years, it is a possibility that the winning prize may have already been claimed. Don’t give up, there are still plenty of chances for the player to get $100,000.
Even lottery enthusiasts have their doubts about the legitimacy of the $100,000 jackpot. “How do they get that $100,000? I’d think they use some kind of lotteryMega Millionslingo coverall number, like 2-7-4-6-2-4-7-2-6,”explains one player. This number, he explains, is very unlikely to be drawn. The odds are 1 in ten thousand.
Even the most generous generous lotto player in the whole world won’t expect to win the lotto jackpot because he knows the odds are against him. But the fact is, by careful planning, a player can increase his chances to win the lotto jackpot by at least 50%. How? Here are a few steps on how to do so.
- Don’t play lotto games with the highest numbers. Don’t play Powerball, Mega Millions, or Little Lotto. Instead, look for a local game with the lowest number. This is especially true of the Pick 4 games.
- Make your own number combination. Among the Poker88 games, the Pick 4 game offers the most chances to win because the number 4 has four digits. Choosing the four digit number may be one of the strategies to win the lotto jackpot. Some individuals try to use their license plate number, birthday, or street number. More individuals use their mobile number, ATM number, or credit card number. But be careful in choosing your number because many Pick 4 number scams would pop up and ask for your banking or credit card information. Don’t fall prey for these scams.
- Don’t play with a selection of quick picks. Most lotteries post on their websites the winning numbers picked by the computer system. If you’re the type of person who likes to crunches the numbers and makes a combination, try to do it yourself. This may take a little practice but is sure to add to your chances of winning.
- If you’re playing with a group, ask if someone else would pick the multiplier. This happens, especially with Pick 4 games. A good group of people could yield a larger jackpot, especially in the Florida Lotto.
- Make a calendar of the most winning combinations. Buy these during the month of ball release (such as on or around the 15th of each month). The larger the number, the more days are left until the game is over and the balls are drawn.
- The six number combinations that did not appear in the last drawing can be repeated. The chances of this happening is a lot higher than one in ten thousand.
- The overall probability of winning the jackpot is 1 in 35. This is greatest if you are picking five numbers and the number “2” to appear.
- Ball selection. Pick your own numbers or use the quick pick option. Most lotteries post the winning number for the last drawn drawing on their website. Please take the time to go back and update your predictions to the latest number.
- If you don’t want to invest in a system, select the classic 6/49 game. Almost all lotteries post this game at least once a week.
- Play your lucky numbers. This really is common sense but a lot of people ignore this important tip. An old friend once told me he’d seen a coin flip twice. Sure enough, the coin flipped heads again. I might add that if it happens to you twice in a row, you are probably better off throwing your lucky numbers in the trash.
- Watch for number patterns. Some people refer to this as a “friend touches your favorite hat” syndrome. What they mean is that you should ignore what “your friend” says because he has no reason to say it. Eventually, he’ll get tired of doing so and say it himself. Then you might want to follow through with this strategy and just ignore his “you’re being friendly” by picking your numbers based on probability.
- Do not play the lottery games that have less numbers. Look for the number of digits on the lotto board that often appear.