Instead of playing all the numbers in a lottery, a case can be made for players to skip some of the numbers.
Take the Indiana Hoosier Lotto 6/46 lottery:
Play all 46 numbers – the odds of hitting the jackpot is 1 in 9,366,819
Play 45 numbers – the odds improve to 1 in 8,145,060
Play 44 numbers – the odds improve to 1 in 7,059,052
Play 43 numbers – the odds improve to 1 in 6,096,454
Play 42 numbers – the odds improve to 1 in 5,245,786
Of course, you are betting that the numbers skipped do not come up. If they are drawn, then the above odds are void.
I can provide sets of numbers playing all the numbers in a lottery MINUS the numbers skipped. You cannot choose specific numbers to be skipped – they will be random.
I recommend that you just skip a few numbers, and definitely not more than 30% of the available numbers. The more numbers you skip, the higher the chances that some of them will be drawn.
THERE IS NO GUARANTEE AT ALL.
Please read the FAQ below.
You will get 5 sets of numbers for your lottery, generated exclusively for you. Each set will play all the numbers in the lottery EXCLUDING the numbers skipped. Each set is optimized for Odd/Even/High/Low numbers, Consecutives etc.
Each set is complete in itself. You can play any of the sets at any time. You play all the games in a set. You hope for enough winning numbers to appear on the same game. When they do, you win!
You will be prompted to provide the following information: Name of lottery; Country or state; I want to play x numbers, where x =
I can provide you with a free sample set of lottery numbers. That way, you have a better idea of what you are buying. The numbers in this sample set, which is for a 6/46 lottery, will not be changed over time. Just see the gig gallery above and Click the "Full Screen" button to view it full screen.
A fuller account is available at https://fiverrlottery.blogspot.com.au/p/blog-page_22.html . It will also show the number of games in a set for each lottery when you play ALL the numbers in the lottery. You can work out yourself the number of games in a set when you SKIP some numbers.