All his! Andrew 'Jack' Whittaker didn't share his West Virginia Powerball win of $314 million with anyone else.
Here's a little-known tip that is largely ignored by most other lottery players - which means it will give you a real advantage...
If you don't want to share your prize with lots of other winners, you need to play when they don't.
When you play the less popular days - often the mid-week games - you reduce the chance of sharing a major prize with other winners.
For example, 7 Mega Millions winners shared the $1.75 million prize recently. That came down to $250,000 each. Not bad, but certainly a lot less than claiming almost $2 million for yourself!
And in the same game 92 winners received $10,000 each... but it could have been $920,000 for you alone if 91 winners had different numbers.
To increase your share, play when others don't. So how do you find out this secret time?
Visit your local lotto store, and ask them which days are the LEAST popular for your game. You can do this by just chatting casually to staff and asking which day is the busiest.
Then play that least used day of the week as often as you can.
Dear KEN, ...I got your silver lotto system 6 months ago and reading all you newsletters and what ever updates you post me. Last Saturday i was one of the lucky winners, we shared the big jackpot ... This is where we stand today. 6 provisional winners of $537396.59 each (Total of $3,224,379.00) and we are one of the 6. Regards Maher M.