Winning the Lottery... is There Really a Method?

How to Win the Lottery

He swears he can show you exactly how to win the lottery

Garry has a photographic memory and has been researching picking winning lottery numbers for several years. He then developed a system that has the following results:

- Picked numbers with 78.9% accuracy for small winnings (other than jackpot)
- 66.2% accuracy for jackpot winnings (yes.. even millions of dollars)

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He does this with a formula that works on any lottery system (Powerball, Mega Millions, etc.), virtually anywhere in the world. Garry says, “I was always driven by the fact that everything that is created by a human being… CAN BE BEATEN and MASTERED BY OTHER human beings.”

I tend to agree with this, but winning the lotto isn’t just another game. It’s not like some lottery book can just tell you how to do it. There’s no way it’s guaranteed… Isn’t it far more complicated than that? I would think so, but when Garry had his ‘ah-ha moment’ and developed his method – these were his results:

Garry’s First Results
- July 23, 2009 : Won $ 15,334.25…spent only $6.5
- September 19, 2009: Won $250,000… $19 investment
- September 29, 2009 : JACKPOT DAY: $1,467,526.30… $93 investment
- October 12, 2009 – No winnings :(
- October 19, 2009 – Won $100,000 …Spent only $7.24
- October 7, 2009 – Won Small…Only $50,000
- October 30, 2009- No winnings :(
- November – Went To Vacation .. Played One Ticket In Gibraltar and Won $50,000

(You can see the pictures/proof over at his site)

Those are seriously amazing results. You can read about the system Garry developed and uses by clicking here.

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