Are you one of the thousands of people playing the lotto game that is not best suited for you to win? Out of the last 10 tickets you purchased have you won at least 4 out of 10 times? If your answer is no then you may be playing the wrong game. As you already know your competition is steep look at the odds of you actually winning the prize. Depending on what game you play it can be millions to 1.
How to know if you’re playing the right game is not only smart but essential. But what game is best for you? My friend this article is dedicated to just that. By the end of the article you should have a good feel of what lotto game is best for you. You might be surprised it may the game you already playing.
The lotto game of choice for you depends on your answer to these very specific questions.
- What system are you using to come up with your lotto numbers?
- Do you have more than 3 favorite numbers that you use in paying a particular game?
- Do you rely on an easy pick for your number choices?
- What strategy are you using to get your numbers?
Let’s tackle each one by one to give you a basis of what game you are best suited for. In question one if you are using a system to come up with your numbers than congratulations you are better off than 90% of the people who play lotto in the first place. If you don’t have one then you may be in over your head and losing money in any game you play. Satta Matka But there is a solution to that I will get to that in the end of the article.
Lets just assume you do have a system depending on your systems scope and research, your best luck are probably found in games of 4 and less numbers. Two that come to mind off the back is the pick 3 and pick 4.
For questions two and three your best chances are probably in the pick 5, mega millions, power ball, win for life and pick 4. I am assuming here that your answer to those questions was a yes. If the answer is no than probably the games mentioned in question 1 or perhaps scratch offs will be the best place for you to put your money at.
The answer to question 4 sort of lines up with question one and that’s because depending on your system will determine what strategy you would use. However there is one difference, there is some systems that cover all number games and if applied consistently gets you the advantage over all of them.