Enormous jackpots like this $326 Million Mega Millions game are only going to get harder to win.
If you want to know how hard the lottery game is going to be for you to win in the near future, just look no further than the USA Powerball and Mega Millions games.
In the last few years they both recently changed their winning odds by increasing their play numbers. And it isn't good news for players.
Mega Millions made a big change in 2017 when they increased the numbers on the balls. And that effectively decreased your chances of winning:
The price of a Mega Millions play doubled from $1 to $2.
The Mega Millions double matrix changed, from 5/75 + 1/15 to the current 5/70 + 1/25..
The odds of winning a Mega Millions jackpot changed from 1 in 176 million, to 1 in 259 million.
Why did they do this? The official answer was to be able to give higher jackpots.
In fact they increased your odds of winning so they could attract you with higher payouts.
Because they know the higher the jackpot, the more you will play.
That gives them more funds to put back into the steadily increasing jackpot.
Even though my System plays large games like Mega Millions and Powerball, it's a fact that low numbers of balls and low numbers give better odds.
Problem is, most low ball/number games have low jackpot 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 in the large 7 ball jackpot games.
It's affected a lot of games though. Even smaller games like Canada's Lotto 649 or Lotto Max often will go several plays or even weeks before the jackpot is won.
And that's with 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 weeks, so they have to roll it over again.
So it's better to play lower odds and get a better and regular bite of a lower-value prize.
It stinks, but the answer is simple.
Win more by playing these games on your own terms. That means:
- Play with higher numbers of tickets. It's simply no good thinking you'll get the same results with $10 a game any longer. Either buy more tickets, or use my PRO to get an added advantage.
- Play only when the jackpot is reaching a peak. That way at least you have something to aim for. The downside is that there are many more other players in the game and you run the risk of sharing your reduced prizes with them.
The future is clear - lotteries are looking to increase the number of players. And the best way is to dangle the biggest carrot they can find - an increased jackpot.
You must start playing professionally by using my tools like the PRO Custom Profiles to get a real advantage.