There are a lot of lottery hacks online. There are also a lot of stories about people who were more than just lucky in playing the lotto and somehow managed to win against the odds. These stories are a perfect base or even lessons that can teach you how to win the jackpot.
Win The Jackpot With A Little Help Of Real Winners
Have you heard about a woman called Glenda Blackwell from Leicester who was angry at her husband for spending money on the lottery? And to prove to him that he should spend money and time somewhere else, she bought a scratch-off instead of a regular lotto ticket he asked her to buy. But, her plan backfired – she scratched it only to find she had won a million dollars! This is mainly just a fun story, but it can be used to your advantage: be certain that you won’t win so much that you are prepared to bet on it and just wait for destiny to prove you wrong.
You may laugh at it, but there’s at least one other example to back up that claim. Another woman, this time Charlotte Peart, tried to prank her husband that they’ve won the lottery. She faked the winning ticket, and then actually won the real jackpot just a week after that. Of course, he didn’t believe her the second time she tried to tell him, so she had trouble convincing him, but who could blame the man. Lesson: to win the jackpot never forget to keep it all playful, it’s a game after all.
World’s Luckiest Winner?
If we’re talking marital stories, here comes an old (and a nasty) one. A lady from California was famously ordered to hand over her entire lottery win of 1.3 million dollars to her ex-husband two years after she’d won them. Why? Well, it was a court order after he sued her when he found out she had filed for divorce as soon as she won the jackpot and kept it a secret! Lesson: don’t ever act “out of fraud or malice” (as the judge had ruled this woman did), or it will backfire. In other words: don’t let the money won (or the idea of winning) turn you into something you are not.
There is also a story of Joan R. Ginther a mysterious four-time lottery winner. And hers may be the most helpful for those who will soon win the jackpot: she has been dubbed the “world’s luckiest lottery winner” winning four times and whose winnings total at 20.4 million dollars, she won between 1993 and 2010.
Some news outlets claim she is a Stanford professor who has cracked the code for winning, but not much more is known about her since she won’t talk to the media. And there’s your lesson right there: after you win the jackpot keep as low as possible. That will help you sort everything out without new-found relatives, neighbours, and the rest of the world bothering you.
Did you find these stories educating? If yes, there’s only one logical next step: play today and win the jackpot!