Serial Australian Lottery Winner Reveals the Secret to His Success
Updated: Monday 23rd July 2018
An Australian man who has won six top lottery prizes in the last five years has revealed the secret to his success, and lottery fans around the world will be pleased to hear that it is one which can be implemented, not just in Australia, but in virtually any country where lottery games are played.
The man in question has not been named, but is reported as being in his 50s and from Maddington in Western Australia. Lottery games in Australia tend to have prize 'divisions' instead of 'tiers', and so a Division 1 prize is the same as a jackpot-tier prize in the UK. The serial winner landed the latest of his six Division 1 prizes earlier this month, and it was after that sixth success that he decided to come clean about how he has managed to win so many top prizes in such a short period of time.
The Big Lottery Secret Revealed
His secret, he says, is that he doesn’t play lottery games as an individual, but as part of a syndicate. As those of you who have explored the Lottery Syndicates area will know, a syndicate is a group of players who each invest the same amount of money to buy tickets as a collective, and agree to share any prizes won between the members.
Playing as a member of a syndicate gives a number of benefits, but the serial winner from Maddington highlighted the two that he appreciates the most. The first is that it increases his chances of winning, because instead of relying solely on his own numbers to win him a prize, he also has the numbers of all the other syndicate members on his side. The second is that it saves him money, because he only has to pay for his share of the syndicate tickets, which costs much less than it would to buy the same number of tickets the syndicate plays as an individual.
This lottery syndicate approach means that the man has had to share his winnings with other syndicate members, but he doesn’t seem to mind that in the slightest. Even after sharing, he has still managed to win himself nearly AU$500,000 (£285,000) with this strategy, so it is one that has paid off handsomely.
Lottery Syndicates Made Easy
Before the widespread popularity of the internet, playing lottery games as a syndicate meant having to find one which was open to new members or starting a syndicate of your own and finding other people to join you. There were then lots of organisational matters to attend to, such as making sure that members paid their dues on time, deciding which numbers to play, remembering to buy all of the tickets required and then being careful to check those tickets after each and every draw.
Today, things are much, much easier. Thanks to online lottery syndicates, anyone of legal age can get involved simply by choosing their numbers and paying for their share, leaving everything else to be taken care of by the syndicate organisers. There is no need to find a dozen friends or colleagues who want to form a group with you, and you don’t need to worry about other members paying their way – all players pay up front, as when buying tickets as individuals, and they are then grouped into syndicates automatically.
How Syndicates Improve Your Chances
A single Lotto entry in the UK has a 1 in 45,057,474 chance of winning a jackpot, so having an interest in ten entries would improve those odds to around 1 in 4,505,747. Having an interest in 100 entries would improve the odds even further, to around 1 in 450,574. It is this simple mathematical principle which makes syndicates far more likely to win, statistically, than individual players, and as the Maddington winner has demonstrated, it is a strategy which can work again and again.
Applying the Syndicate Secret
The UK Lotto jackpot this Saturday 18 November is expected to be worth around £18.1 million, so if you would like to have a go at using the serial winner’s secret to success, now might be a good time to do so. Join a syndicate online today, and it just might help you to win big this weekend. Enjoy the game and good luck!Published: Thursday 16th November 2017
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