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Advice On Winning The Lottery, Learn How To Improve Your Chances Of Winning On The Lottery

As a professional lottery player I have been winning the lottery for the last three years and I’m still winning today. But it wasn’t always this way. KBC Lottery winner 2020

You see, like most people, I used to throw money away hand over fist every week trying to win the jackpot, but it never happened for me. Perhaps you know the feeling.

Let’s face it, winning a lottery jackpot is a long shot. With odds of fourteen million to one in the UK National Lotto, if you bought one ticket a week, you would have to hang around for up to 250,000 years before you collected your jackpot winnings. Not much use to the average mortal is it?

In fact some people refer to playing the lottery as paying ‘hope tax’ and they are right. You pay your money every week in the hope of winning the jackpot, but in reality you just keep on losing. Well it didn’t take me long to realise that the real winners every week are the lottery organisers, so three years ago I set out to play them at their own game.

The lottery companies have to make a profit every week or they wouldn’t be in business – does that make sense to you? If only we could all be lottery organisers eh? Well three years ago I discovered a simple way to do exactly this, and found a way in which the ordinary citizen could make money from the lottery – no matter what numbers came out of the drum. So how is it done?

Well first, you obviously have to increase your chances of winning whilst at the same time keeping your lottery stake at rock bottom, and to do this you have to be part of a professionally organised syndicate that buys tickets in such a way as to guarantee at least one matching number (but preferably two) in every draw. Do you see how this gives you an unfair (but legal) advantage over the ordinary mug-punter lottery players?

Even Camelot, the UK National lottery organisers state that the majority of jackpots are won by syndicates, so next you have to find a professional syndicate organiser who has the ability to collect the lottery fees every week and purchase the syndicate tickets on time, and in the correct order to guarantee your one (or preferably two) matching numbers in every draw. If you’ve ever tried to organise your own small lottery syndicate, you’ll know that this is not an easy task.

But if you found such a syndicate and could increase your winning chances by 700% to 3,600% you are definitely going to win more often. Do you agree? So let’s now look at how it is possible for me to play the lottery with 392 entries a week – effectively for free – with guaranteed matching numbers in every draw.

As I know of, there exists only one way in which you can do this, and that is by not only finding a professional lottery syndicate organiser, but finding one that allows you to become an agent for the syndicate and also gives you free syndicate entries as you introduce more players. So how does this work to your advantage?

Well by becoming an agent for the syndicate, you effectively become a lottery agent (or affiliate) and receive commission payments every week that your customers play the lottery. Yes, you get paid not just once, but EVERY week that your customers play the lottery. This is what sets professional lottery players (like me) apart from ordinary lottery players who know no better.

Remember earlier, when I said that the only real winners are the lottery organisers? Well this is how I make a good living wage in addition to the money I win on the lottery. I simply show people a more intelligent way to play the lottery (either the UK National Lotto or the Euro Millions Lottery) and every week that they play – I get paid.

But do you know the best part? I work from home (sat in front of my PC) as and when I feel like it, promoting the syndicate website to people all over the world via the Internet. It really is a great way to make friends and make money at the same time – don’t you agree?