Question by Berry: How do I pick the winning numbers in a lottery?
Is there any particular technique or secret involved in picking the winning numbers in a “Pick 6 numbers out of 49” type of Online Lotteries, and other such similar type of lotteries?
I like this type of lotteries very much. I have been playing them responsibly for the past few years, but have not won anything so far.
What should I do to win? Are there any tips and tricks available?
Should I pick the same numbers regularly or go for the “Quick Pick” option? Which one is better?
I would love to receive replies, suggestions and feedback in this regard from all people in general, and from experienced Lotto Players and Big Jackpot Winnners in particular.
I wish every one of you “Good Luck” and “All The Very Best” in this New Year 2007.
Thank you very much.
Have a great day.
Warm regards and best wishes,
Thank you very much for your kind replies. Thanks a lot adamvillani, ZCT, miss_cass_3, skynet, lawrencecoe7, lucky, Stormy Skye and Rocky S.
Lessons learnt by me —
1) Lottery winning is pure luck
2) Play responsibly with small amounts, but go for big jackpots
3) Choose the “Quick Pick” option, as you would have no attachment with any particular set of numbers
Excellent! Thank you so much.
In particular, replies of adamvillani and ZCT have given us some fascinating insights into the dream world of lotteries. Fantastic!
The reason given by miss_cass_3 to go for the “Quick Pick” option is brilliant. I never thought in that angle! How true! That’s a superb suggestion indeed.
I once again thank you all very much for the precious time, energy and effort you put in to answer my (may be a bit ridiculous) question.
I wish one of us hits a big one pretty soon!
I wish each of you plenty of success in all your efforts and endeavors.
Thanks, warm regards and best wishes,
I am sorry, I made a mistake. The reason to go for the “Quick Pick” option was given by adamvillani. miss_cass_3 has given a different idea. I regret the error. Both ideas are truly great, and I include both of them in this recent response of mine.
— John Lazarus.
Answer by grandmasclit6969
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