Never Win a Lottery? Try These Tips

Some people believe that lottery is just a game of luck. No one can win it if not because they are lucky enough to bring the money. Well, I do not think so. For me, the lottery is all about building strategies and learning the tricks. Yes, you heard it. There are arcane rules in the lottery that can help you win this game. Until today, we only revealed these tricks to certain people. When they use these methods, they usually succeed in bringing the money home.

Now, we decided to share them with you. Are you worth it? Do you want to reap the same success as other lottery winners?

Play the right games

We often believe that lottery is just one game with one strategy to win. This idea is entirely wrong. In most states, lottery refers to some games. Each of this comes with its own odd, payout, and even tricks to win. Therefore, if you want to increase your chance to win this game, you must learn the odds.

Please note, some lottery games such as MegaMillions and Powerball are national lotteries. It means that these lottery games have nation-wide entry pool. If you want to increase your chance, try state pool. Even though it means you have to live in that state, a state lottery usually have better odds than national lotteries.

Use lottery pools to get more entries

The old rule says that if you want to win a lottery, buy more tickets. Well, let me tell you my secret. It is not the best way to increase your odds. We have the key: lottery pools.

At the very least, you can use lottery pools to save your money and increase your odds at the same time. It should not be difficult to find your nearby lottery pool. As long as there are lottery fans, you will see it there.

Double check your numbers

It may sound simple. However, many people fail to win a lottery because of some simple reasons. Either they forget their ticket numbers or where they keep the tickets. Do not repeat these mistakes. Because of these people, many lottery prizes become unclaimed.

Therefore, when you buy a ticket, keep it close. Then, mark the drawing date on your calendar. When the day comes, keep the ticket with you and always double check the number. You surely do not want to miss the prize just because you lose a number.

How to multiply your chances

What if you did not win the prize? Should you just toss the ticket? No!

Your ticket may not win you the prize, but there is still a way to bring it home. On June 8, 2010, KentuckyBell, a member of Sweepstakes Forum reported a massive lottery win. The most interesting fact about her success is, she did not win it with her ticket. Instead, it was because she joined a second-chance game in her state. The game later picked her name out of random, and she won $120,610,70, after taxes.  It is insane, right?

Giorgio Chiellini Has Agreed to Extend His Contract with Juventus

Giorgio Chiellini currently revealed that he has no plan to move to another club in the future as he is preparing to extend his contract with Juventus.

His contract will eventually end this summer, and until today, people were speculating about his transfer to Chelsea. It was not entirely baseless because he once fought with the Blues and he knows Antonio Conte very well. However, upon delivering this news, we know that he will stay in Juventus.

During an interview with Sky Sport Italia, Chiellini told the media that they are in the process of renewing his contract. According to their current plan, they should be able to sign the contract in February or March 2018. The transfer market still leaves the management with homework, so they agreed to complete it by the next month.

This month is also crucial for another Juventus player, Gianluigi Buffon. Like Chiellini, Buffon’s contract will end in summer. However, we still have no information about him extending the contract. It is most likely because Buffon still has doubts about his retirement plan.

When some media tried to reach Chiellini for his comments, he believed Buffon should be free to decide his future. Whatever decision the 40-year-old player make, everyone should respect it.

From his point of view, Chiellini believes that Buffon has the power to stop time. After spending some years playing alongside this legend, he explicitly said that almost nothing has changed in him. Buffon is still the same person with the same or even better skills from the man we had in 5 – 6 years ago. He always has the power to convince people that he will not retire just because he is in his 40.

His excellence performance on the field should be able to grant him a prosperous career. Chiellini said that Gigi should only be honest with himself and find the right path for his life. It is the best way to resolve his cause. He even believed that if in the future, Buffon finally decided to retire, it will be long after his retirement.

Both Gianluigi Buffon and Giorgio Chiellini are precious assets for Juventus. They are the aces who keep the club at its top performances. Juve surely still needs them to grant victory from the upcoming matches, including their future encounter with Napoli.

All Juventus players and management have been waiting for this match. It is not something anyone can predict. No one can tell who will win because it will be a fierce battle. Players from both sides are ready and waiting for it. Both teams need to use their best strategies and players to win the game. It is because this game is mostly about honor. The future of Juventus will not end after their encounter with Napoli. It will lie far beyond that point and every player, as Chiellini said, will fight with their best to make sure they will stand as the winner.

Fall Season Kickoff 2011

The Derby League Fall session has finally kicked-off and some great games were had last friday. This session has 6 teams with both new and returning teams from the inaugural Summer session. Returning teams include Central FC, Drew Street Elite and Wellington Cup Champs: East Side Rovers. The Summer champs (Halton North End) had to unfortunately pass on the Fall and Winter sessions but will be back in full force in Summer of 2012. New teams include Galt FC, Tri-City Blues and the County Wanderers.

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The first game of the night were newcomers Galt FC v Tri-City Blues. It was an even match as the Blues controlled a lot of the game with short, concise passing, followed with some deadly strikes. However, Galt FC had some great pace and was saved a few times by Captain, Goalkeeper and Drew Street Elite Alumni Josh Wood resulting in a 3-1 victory for GFC.

The second game of the evening was Central United FC v County Wanderers and was another cracker of a game.  It was a tight game until the very end where Central gave up 2 tough goals resulting in a 4-2 win for new guys County Wanderers. Wanderers Captain Dennis Bochkov made an impressive debut tallying 2 of the Wanderers 4 goals.

Finally the last game of the night saw a repeat of the Wellington Cup Semi-final and had Drew Street Elite face off against the East Side Rovers. Drew Street was clearly out for revenge and jumped ahead with 2 early goals, including a well-timed header from striker Paul Barros. The first half also saw a game changing diving save from DSE keeper Cory Pitcher and continuous pressure from the Rovers. An early second-half goal from the Rovers made it 2-1, before Drew Street widened the gap to 3-1 shortly after. Continuous bombardment from the Rovers saw them get within one with an unlucky deflection with a minute to go, but unfortunately it was too little too late and Drew Street held on for a 3-2 victory.

All-in-all it was a great first week with lots of exciting games, which is setting the foundation for what is surely to be a great sophomore season for Derby League Soccer Club!

Metrostars vs Kansas Preview. Does Anyone Care? Will anyone Show?

Tonight at 7pm at Giants Stadium the Metrostars take on fellow strugglers Kansas. Coach Bob Gansler brings in a team almost as bad as the Metrostars. I say almost as bad, but let’s remember Kansas did beat the Metros 6-0 earlier in the season.

At least the announced crowd will not be at an all time low as it was on Wednesday. According to Marketing VP Jim Leahy, about 15,000 tickets have been distributed for this game. The real question will be, how many people will actually bother to turn up and watch the game?

According to pregame reports, all four of the Metrostars foreigners will be starting. How exciting!

Surcic is still likely to be unfit, Zambrano appears totally lost, while Hurtado’s skills and appetite for the game have completley deserted him. Only the Iranian defender,Khakpour, appearss worthy of a place on this truly awful team.

Ramos is, as usual injured, as is Kelly, Villegas, Chung and Lozzano.

Kansas, with the likes of Preki and Mo Johnston and Alexi Lalas, probably fancy their chances tonight. That may be just the spark that is needed to make this game interesting.

The only bit of interest I can see in the game is that Alex Prus, the scheduled referee, and Matt Lawlor, an assistant referee, are both from New Jersey. Looks like the VCR will be in action tonight.

Me? I’m off to Sportsfriends in Wayne NJ to watch their summer festival – three senior games of soccer – scheduled at 6.30pm, 7.45pm and 9pm. Bet the crowd size will not that different from Giants Stadium!