Your Lottery Ticket

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AuthorHouse, 2012 - Games - 184 pages
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If I asked you. ? Do you know what the odds are of winning the European Lottery?? You probably would not even be able to hazard a guess. It is in fact 116,541,800 to 1. There is a way to reduce these odds. If I told you that there are 30 main ball numbers from which the 5 main numbers have come out and scored 60 times for the winning jackpots in 525 draws. Which is about once every 8 to 9 draws. The odds from these 30 numbers is142,506 to 1. So picking 5 main numbers out of 30 plus covering all the star balls over six lines for a total odds of 855,036 to 1. Which would with 5 winning main numbers guarantee you a minimum of 2 lines with five numbers in each line, with each line having at least one Star Ball each. Your winnings might likely be a total of between 0.4 million and 3 million. Worst still, you could even hit the jackpot.
 

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William C F Pierce from Hayes Middlesex, is a 69 year old retired Engineer who grew up with modern technology. As an eleven year old in the middle of the 1950's William visited the BBC Radio Show at Earls Court in London. Where he was introduced to the Post Office Computer. Which was about the size of a large bedroom wardrobe and the software was a tape running on two 250 mm diameter reels. He was challenged to play a game on it. After beating the computer he was told he was the first and only one so far to have beaten the computer. They ask him if he wanted to play again. His reply was "Nah. Stupid machine." then walked off. In the late 1960's he worked on the production prototype of the first digital desktop office calculator for the Bell Punch Company in North West London. The company was taken over by the U.S. Texas Instruments Corporation who later turned it into the pocket calculator. In the early 1980's William studied Social Science and Technology with the Open University. William has for the last 18 years made a study of the results for the UK and European lotteries. In the near future William will be moving to live abroad. This means under the lottery rules, he will cease to be able to do the lottery. He realised that there are hardly any good books available in the UK on UK lotteries and certainly none on the European lottery. So he has written this book where he will share and pass on to you some of the knowledge that he has acquired and developed over the last 18 years. We think you will certainly be enlightened.

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