I've just pressed the button to send this week's LottoPredict chart into cyberspace (does anyone use that interweb term any longer!)Read More
Robert Winburn shows the results of his persistence. He won after playing the same numbers for 20 years, and had only won $100 previously.
Winning the lottery is simply a game of numbers. And there are only two ways to improve your chances of winning when you're using the Silver Lotto System...Read More
71-year-old Donald Ertman (r) of Minden City kept a winning Mega Millions ticket he thought was worth $150, before discovering it was actually worth a quarter of a million. Photo: Saginaw News
Everyone make lottery mistakes. The problem is - many players don't know exactly how to find or avoid them. Here's a list of the top 13 bloopers players make without realising it:Read More
A makeover that looks a million dollars! Russian makeup artist Vadim Andreev made the amazing transformation. Photo: media.englishrussia.com
These photos show what a dramatic difference properly applied cosmetics will make. You wouldn't believe it's the same woman.Read More
Sally Ann Wells and partner Jerry Gregory celebrate their £1.4 million (US$1.83M) win.
Have your wins been a bit slow lately? You might be surprised to know you're probably able to improve your results quite quickly like Jason, our $22.2M winner who won in less than 6 months after using the System:Read More
Sports betting is different to lottery playing in many ways. SuperBowl and horse betting is quite different to the Mega Millions. But there is advice we can get from the betting professionals and apply it to our own playing.
After all, some of these players put up to $2 million dollars a DAY on the line, so it would be silly to ignore their wisdom.Read More
Notice how whenever someone wants you to know how lucky you are, they always say, "It's better than winning the lottery."
That's because there is NOTHING better than winning the lottery.
Of all the big breaks you can have in your life, nothing comes even close than the elation and permanent change from winning large sums of money.
Part of the old Lotto-80 screen sample.
As I was finishing the LottoPredict chart recently, I happened to take a look at an early Lotto-80 page, as it was known then, done some years ago.
It was a real shock to see...
As I was finishing up this week's LottoPredict just now, I started to think back. I can't exactly remember the moment I discovered it. I can remember other things back then quite well, such as the birth of my daughter. But this almost-as-important event, not so.Read More
This email I received this morning raises the question that some lottery players worry about:
“Dear Ken, The one question I really wanted an answer to was if numbers have won 5 out of 6 numbers before, are they likely - or not likely - to win again... or should you steer clear of those numbers?”Read More
Spanish tennis champion Rafa Nadal is a fan of Aston Martin too.
A few years ago my wife and I were sitting in our lawyer's office for some reason or other. I think we were redoing our wills.
And in the course of the conversation, our lawyer was talking about assets and the need for protecting them.
He didn't know much about us then.
"After all, it's not like you have an Aston Martin in the garage or something," he said, in a stage whisper.
Gunslinger Clint Eastwood is sometimes seen in a bath, but never the toilet. Why is that?
Ever watch a Clint Eastwood western film? Have you ever seen him or the other actors go to the toilet?
It's one of the most essential actions in our lives, but like eating, you rarely see actors perform these essential functions.Read More
Each day, as I fill out the "Playing This Week" section in the right hand column of this blog, I wince in despair. And it's all because of the jackpot prize numbers I'm updating.
I like Eric Barker. As well as being a genuinely nice guy, he writes a blog called "Barking Up The Wrong Tree." It's about secrets for getting on in life, and he finds a way of presenting really interesting stuff in a way that's easy to read.
I was reading a recent post of his about being happy - a word which seems to come up a lot in his work - and found this gem buried in the article: