Let’s get to that in a moment. Of the many mistakes people make when playing the lottery, these 5 are the most common:
- Play on a wrong day.
Every lottery game in the world has a popular day. The prizes may have accumulated among the largest that day. Or it could be a day when most people are free to buy a ticket … for example, on a Saturday. Here is the problem.
When everyone is playing at the same time, the amount of tickets in circulation for the game is huge. Therefore, the chances of getting a high percentage of a prize become more difficult. The solution is to play on a less popular day. You can find out by asking your friendly lottery shop … they will soon tell you which days are the least busy.
- Not enough lines are reproduced.
It all depends on the cost of the game and the way the tickets are arranged. However, some people hope to get a good result simply by playing 1-3 lines of the system.
While it is true that touching this small number of lines will give you a better result, you should keep in mind the simple fact that one or two lines are not enough at any time. Instead of playing a line or two every few days, save them until you can afford to play a decent number right away. This can take up to a month.
Don’t worry … put a few lines between now just to keep your enthusiasm. But play as many as you can in one game – it will do wonders for your win rate!
- Incorrect completion of tickets.
For whatever reason, many system players want to change the system numbers each time they play. This is not the way the systems are designed. Use the same numbers every time.