Big wins like Dave Johnson’s New York Lottery $298 million Powerball jackpot also means big winning odds. Here’s why it matters.
Here's an email I received a while back:
KEN, I THOUGHT I'D GIVE YOU AN UPDATE - OVER THE PAST TWO MONTHS I HAVE BANKED TWELVE CHEQUES FOR A TOTAL OF $648.00
NOT A GREAT AMOUNT ONE MIGHT SAY BUT THE FACT IS ONCE I SET YOUR MATRIX I HAVE NOT CHANGED IT AND THE RESULTS TO DATE INDICATE THAT THE MATRIX WORKS.
D.M. (name and address supplied)
D.M. gets his results because he uses the same numbers each time as the Silver Lotto System instructs.
And he also plays a low ball and low number game.
The best way to improve your winning odds is by playing the lowest ball and number combinations.
Even though my system plays large games like US Mega Millions and Powerball, low numbers of balls and low numbers give better odds.
Problem is, most low ball/number games have low jackpot prize payouts.
But that's not a bad thing.
Because of the odds being so low, you actually have a better chance of a winning a prize than the larger jackpot games.
The big games will often rollover through several games - or even months - before the jackpot is won. And that's with many hundreds of thousands of players, each playing many lines, and some spending hundreds of dollars a game.
The odds are stacked against these players with such high balls and numbers.
The odds are so impossibly high that generally NO-ONE wins the jackpot in the first few weeks, so they have to roll it over again.
It's better to play lower odds and get a BETTER and regular bite of a lower-value prize.
The answer is to play the lowest ball and number combination game available in your state, town or country. Only then will you start getting the win quantities you want.