On the occasion of 22 years, anniversary of the very first Powerball Lottery Results being displayed in the New Zealand rugby league, I thought I would take this opportunity to discuss the even at the earliest levels.
In myResearch I came across three separate strategies for the New Zealand Powerball Lottery. The very first one, The “Split the Jackpot” method which is also known as ” splitting the ticket ” returns a portion of the jackpot to the player on the ticket in proportion as the wager is laid.
It was this very strategy that made it attractive to punters as the proportion of the jackpot being split was a significant proportion, roughly in excess of 5%. Consequently, if the wager was large enough to cover those missing elements making the syndicate almost guaranteed odds of winning the jackpot. However, small syndicates were also very popular and inevitably less well organised than the larger groups.
The second strategy, The “Place the Naga303” focuses on covering the wager aggressively, always seeking to win the largest possible percentage of the prize money. This is best illustrated in the following scenario, Taking the New Zealand Powerball Lottery, the New Zealand Lotto is an even larger concern.
In the New Zealand Powerball Lottery, 5 numbers are drawn from a range of 1 to 49. If you cover all 5 numbers, that should mean that, in theory, you have all the numbers covered. Therefore, if you were to put a $1 Million wager on a single set of numbers, you would have $500,000 worth of chances, rather than the $1 Millionlement.
The problem with this approach is that it’s very expensive to buy a New Zealand Lottery ticket when the odds are so low. Therefore, you can either buy more tickets for the same odds or cut your stakes to a smaller number of numbers. This is the approach that I have used for years with great success.
Cutting The Odds
In days gone by, the expression ‘You have to be in it to win it’ was actually a correctessment. However, in this day and age, where everybody is so cut off from the comfort of home, transport, wealth and certainty, making the effort to even buy a New Zealand Lottery ticket is a bareHope.
You could say that this has always been more of a lottery strategy than a true way of playing the lottery. Nonetheless, it is still a way of playing, albeit a small one. The problem with this style of playing is that you lose a lot of opportunities to win smaller prizes although you win more rarely.
If you want to win more, you need to cut the odds in half, and that should be the goal you should ideally strive for. You need to be in it to win it, but not to “chase” it.
How can you do this with lottery number patterns?
Unfortunately, there are no lottery number patterns that reveal the formula to chasing the jackpot. Whether you discover or create your own patterns, or even if you simply join the Lottery Protectors Syndicate, you need to be realistic.
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