This anonymous winner won his prize by using numbers from a winning scratch-off. Players try many different ways to win, but only a few are successful.
IT'S a curious question that’s been asked a million times. Have any lottery games been won with the unlikely number combination of 1,2,3,4,5,6?
So we set out to see. Our first visit was to the Lotto Texas website since they have a search engine that goes back to the game's beginnings.
Lotto Texas began sales on November 7, 1992, with the first drawing on November 14, 1992. So we assume that's the date it will look for.
Then we tried the link: 'Check Your Numbers Results.'
And entered our combo for “All Years.” Here’s the result:
Here's the Lotto Texas search box with our 1 2 3 4 5 6 numbers entered.
What was the result? You can see for yourself. Nothing there for the full sequence, and most had only 2 of the numbers - all in 2018.
So we did the same with the checker at Canada’s Ontario Lottery for the 649 game.
Here’s the result:
Only two games had the number sequence 1, 2, 3, 4 - one of them back in 1992. And it was a similar story when we tested other number checkers - no games had ever matched our numbers.
The mathematics experts tell us that it doesn't matter what sequential combinations we use, since 1,2,3,4,5,6 is as likely to appear as 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49.
Maybe. So why does the Silver Lotto System have so much success?
Because we've eliminated these whacky losing combinations. And there are a lot of numbers that fall outside the ideal winning set... millions of them as we’ve proven with this simple test.
When you buy the System, you're getting our years of figuring out which combinations are useless, and which are not.