This will give you greater variety with more chances of hitting the jackpot alone!
Playing numbers above 31 is one way of maximizing your chances of winning the lottery since most players still like to play it safe and choose their lucky numbers which is inevitably a calendar number. So, play it safe and mix up the numbers a bit.
If you want a lottery winning strategy, then read this. So many players have started playing non-calendar numbers that even if you win chances are that you will have to share the winnings with other players. You will learn some strategies that work for the lottery.
No doubt, you also harbor dreams of turning into a millionaire overnight with some terrific lottery strategy but, if only wishes were horses and one could fly! Still, there is no harm in actually giving some strategies a shot to up your chances of hitting the jackpot and preventing your dreams from turning into dust! After all, ‘no venture, no gain’!
Don’t fool yourself and be overly sentimental. The logic behind such selection being that since good things have happened to you on that particular date, it will continue to happen so and you will win the lottery.. So-called lucky dates have nothing to do with your luck and you will be better off if you decide on a number based on some sound calculations.
The most common lottery strategy is to choose numbers based on your own birthday, anniversary day or any date which has a special meaning for you. Choose at least two numbers within the calendar range. The numbers 1 to 31 are simply more popular than non-calendar numbers.
However, a good majority of players have woken up to this trick of choosing numbers above the calendar numbers, so, do not put your eggs all in one basket, that is, do not select all higher numbers than the calendar ones
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