Since you found this website it means as much as I do, you look for the way
to win the main prize in EuroMillions, Irish Lotto or Daily Million.
I can assure you, there's no such way and if somebody tells you there is, the person simply wants to trick you.
As mathematician I was trying to figure it out with probability calculus, trying to use the most recurrent numbers likewise the less recurrent numbers, even or odd numbers, numbers from the first part of the set counting from 1 to 50 and the second half. I was trying to create smaller sets of numbers and was looking for safe assumption. I even read "The Lotto Black Book" and played using all the formulas mentioned there.
After all I am sure such formula doesn’t exist.
However there is something else that you cannot reconcile with. Lotto system came into being to simply derive money from people. Most of us buy at least one coupon on each draw to hopefully see longed for numbers.
You don’t need a Master Degree to figure out that buying only one coupon of EuroMillions on each draw you spend €208.00 annually.
If you would like to play EuroMillions with PLUS your cost will be €312.00 annually.
You can always say that probability of winning in EuroMillions is very low so that is why you prefer to play Irish Lotto. As we know the cost of one ticket in Irish Lotto is €1.50 so this is less then EuroMillions, but unfortunately in Irish Lotto you have to buy minimum 2 lines on your ticket, so your annual cost will be €312.00 again.
If you would like to spent an extra 50 cents on each line you can play Irish Lotto with PLUS 1, PLUS 2 and Plus Raffle. This kind of game will cost you €416.00 annually.
The National Lottery in Ireland has one more game, called Daily Million. One line in this game cost as little as €1.00, and the odds of winning are the biggest. Unfortunately this is daily game, so annual cost is massive and will be exactly €365.00.
If you would like to play Daily Million with PLUS, then an extra 50 cents on each line is required, and finally annual cost will be horrendous €547.50.
You can trust me that some of us spend much, much more…