How strict are the controls over state lotteries? Could there be industry insiders who profit from secret information without the average player ever finding out?Read More
Even a modest $1 million lottery prize can change your life, as Bruce Magistro will find out with his $1M New York Win For Life lottery win. He is seen here with announcer Yolanda Vega.
Whether the prize is just $1 million or $1.6 billion, there are many ways to improve your chances of winning. Use these 5 tips to get your game moving along with more wins:Read More
This is the New York store owned by multi-ticket winning player Armand Paganelli. PHOTO: Google
A New York store owner who bought 16 winning lottery tickets in a single year is using the same tactics as the Silver Lotto System. He reveals his secret later in this article.Read More
Ronnie Martin and wife Shirley won their $1 million-dollar Mega Millions prize with an old fortune cookie. PHOTO: NJ Lottery
Deadlines don’t mean much when you’re using a fortune cookie to choose your lottery ticket numbers.Read More
Isabel Zelaya of New York won $26 million dollars from the Mega Millions lotto drawing on "unlucky" Friday the 13th.
Actors, horse racers and sports players use superstitions to enhance their skills and win more often. But lottery plays by a different set of rules … more luck and systems than unusual beliefs and habits. Here’s a selection of age-old superstitions that a lot of people still think work:Read More
New York Lottery winner Maria Sanders (center) hid her winning ticket under her mattress until she collected her $1 million check. Photo: Craig Ruttle
The Silver Lotto PRO has been getting some rave results lately. But despite all my past posts about not testing your tickets but buying for real - someone else hasn't figured it out and is over $20 grand worse off:Read More
The Wonton factory (top left) where the lucky fortune cookies were made.
How's this for luck? A fortune cookie message fluked the correct numbers to a Powerball game, and 110 second-prize winners got $176,000 each. A further 89 players won $100,000 each in the same game.
Lottery officials suspected foul play. But it turned out that the cookies…Read More
Winning with my system is quite easy... you simply fill out your tickets from the quick instructions in my manual. Then play each week until you win enough to retire on.
But along the way are some tips and tricks that will speed up and improve your win rate.Read More
This is the world's most expensive hamburger - but there's a unique twist. Chefs at Serendipity 3 in New York City will make you their Le Burger Extravagant with wagyu beef, cave-aged cheddar, black truffles, caviar, a gold toothpick, and more.
And the best part? Profits from the sale of each burger will be donated to the Bowery Mission, "serving homeless and hungry New Yorkers since 1879."
Linza Ford claimed a winning million dollar scratch-off and is battling her mom (inset).
Linza Ford claimed a winning million dollar scratch-off in November 2012 and allowed her mother, Barbara Quiles, to dip into her bank account. The battle three years later is hotting up.
A WETM reporter in Elmira shows the offensive New York Lottery's ticket. VIDEO: WETM
Could you be insulted by a lottery ticket? Unlikely... they're just a collection of non-threatening numbers.
But two players discovered that the unfortunate choice of words on a New York Lottery scratch card looked like a direct insult when the ticket was scratched off.