|Table of Contents|
|1. How to Win a 6 from 49 Lottery|
|2. Beating The British Lottery|
|3. Top 3 Lottery Systems|
6/49 Lotto DrawsIn case you do not already know how a 6 from 49 (commonly abbreviated to 6/49) draw works I will give a brief explanation.
A 6/49 lottery draw is a game that requires a player to correctly identify and match the 6 winning numbers drawn by a lottery machine on the night of the draw specified.
A player is given the opportunity of choosing 6 numbers from a pool of 49 numbers. If the 6 numbers that the player has chosen exactly match the 6 numbers chosen randomly by the lottery machine then the player wins a share of the jackpot prize.
The number of jackpot winners who share the top prize is determined by the number of people who successfully matched all 6 numbers.
Excuse me if this seems elementary or basic to you. I include the information only for those who are unfamiliar with this type of lotto draw.
Although the advice in this post applies equally well to all lotto draws that use the 6/49 system we will take a look at one of the most famous 6/49 lottery draws – The National Lottery.
The National Lottery, the UK’s official lottery draw, has as its main lotto game a 6 from 49 draw that takes place twice weekly. This is a perfect example of a 6 from 49 lottery draw so let’s take a look at that.
Using The British Lottery As An ExamplePlaying a 6 from 49 draw like the British lottery doesn’t give you much chance of winning when you purchase your ticket using the normal lottery strategies employed by most lotto players.
You see, normally people pick their lotto numbers in a completely random way.
Even when you choose significant dates or numbers that hold some meaning for you they are all essentially random picks from a mathematical point of view.
Choosing tickets in a random manner like this ensures your ticket keeps its extremely low odds of winning a top prize.
In fact you have very little chance of winning any prize because the odds are very so heavily stacked against you. Even the lower end or medium prizes carry such bad odds that it would be better not to play at all and save the ticket money.
To win the top jackpot prize in a 6/49 lotto draw you need to be very lucky indeed because you only have a 14,000,000 to 1 chance of picking the right numbers!
The UK Lottery has remained the same since it first began in 1994 on November the 19th. In the last 16 years a lot of data has been collected and number patterns have quite clearly emerged that would be very useful to the “smart” lotto player.