How to Pick Winning Lotto Numbers | Inside Edition

Seven-time winner gives his advice.

All of us have fantasized about what it would be like to win a lottery, but how can you actually do that?

Cheyenne Long, a Montanan woman who won the lottery twice in one night, stated that she relied on her "gut feeling" while Victor Amole, Virginia, has a vivid dream for his $400,000 winnings.

Is there a better way?

Richard Lustig, a seven-time winner of the lottery, shared his tips with Inside Edition on how to pick the winning numbers.

He said that it's not because people are stupid but they don't know how play." He spoke in 2016 interview.

He said that there are certain things you shouldn't do.

He said, "Don't let the computer choose your numbers."

He advised that you should stick with your numbers after you have chosen them. "So even if your chances of winning the next time are up," he stated.

He recommends that everyone has a copy and a list of all those who are in the office pool.

His biggest tip is to only play if it's possible. Avoid spending grocery money.

Lustig is not the only one who picks winning numbers more than once.

Antulio Mazariegos from California won $4 million for winning four times between November 2017 & May 2018.

He wasn't able to pinpoint the reason behind his win streak, unlike Lustig. He said that he enjoys the game and told lotto officials.

Mavis Wanczyk, a Chicopee resident, was the most luckiest lottery winner ever. She won a record breaking $758.7 Million Powerball jackpot in August 2017. The lump-sum payment of $480.5million was hers before taxes.

Wanczyk's winning strategy was to buy five tickets, but the one that used family birthdays worked out best.

Her winnings were dwarfed only by the $1.586 billion mega-prize that was available in a January 2016 Powerball Jackpot.

One in 292,000,000 people had a chance of winning. Three winning tickets, one each from Florida, Tennessee, and California, won $187.2 million each.


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