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Seven Time Lottery Winner



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News Anchor: “There’s a $31 million lotto megadraw this Saturday. And there’s a man who thinks he know the secret to winning his share.

He’s the lotto wizard who’s won seven major prizes and millions of dollars.

But he claims he’s no luckier than the next person.”

Who doesn’t dream about their lucky numbers dropping or scratching the big one.

Richard Lustig: “Over the years with all the wins that I’ve had, I’m definitely in the millions.”

Meet the man who has won the Grand Prize Lottery . . . seven times.

And he wants you to win too.

Richard Lustig: “As far as we know, I’m the only person in the world, any lottery system any country, anywhere in the world, who has done this.”

Richard Lustig is the world’s first and only seven-time lottery grand prize winner.

And his secret . . .

Richard Lustig: “Luck has NOTHING to do with this.

People who rely on luck are fooling themselves.”

His first big hit — $10,000 — was 18 years ago.

Richard Lustig: “I was working on some ideas. I had NO idea at that point that I was coming up with a method or anything — but I had some ideas and I was applying them.”

Applying them into a method of success that’s seen him win more lotto money than he can remember.

Richard Lustig: “I never really kept track of how much I was winning.

I wish I had because I do get asked this question a lot.

But I can tell you this: my last win was 98 thousand in change; that was number seven. Number six was seventy something thousand.

And number five was eight-hundred and forty-two thousand.

Just those three alone is over a million dollars.”

John Malloy, Store Keeper: “He’s been coming in here and he’s won quite a bit; I think it’s pretty real.”

John Malloy works at Richard’s local news agency. He has seen first hand Richard’s theory literally paying off.

John Malloy, Store Keeper: “It obviously works. He’s been coming in here for about a year; I’ve seen him win plenty of times . . . it’s got to work.”

Lustig says it’s strategy — not luck — that helps him win.

Now he’s sharing his secret in a new book.

Richard Lustig: “When I won my fourth grand prize; it was then that I realized that I had a method.”

But it was on his fifth win that friends and family began to believe that there may be a method behind his incredible success.

Richard Lustig: “Nobody can be that lucky . . . to win five lottery grand prizes — what’s your secret?”

That’s when the whole thing started. I started printing out my method at that time which was only about seven or eight pages.

Of course it changes your life!

I mean I drive a Jaguar…I ride a Harley…I bought my teenage son his first car — he’s driving a Beemer…we live in a big fancy house…my wife and I go on cruises…

It’s absolutely changed my life!

Kasita, Richard’s wife: “It took me a little bit; but eventually I became a believer.

His wife Kasita thought her number crunching hubby was delusional . . .

Until of course he started winning…and winning…and winning.

Kasita: “You don’t see it every day that people won seven times so he’s got to be doing something right.”

Richard has three golden rules.

The first and most important tip is to set a budget and stick to it. No matter what.

Richard Lustig: “Do NOT spend grocery money. Do NOT spend rent money. Do not worry about the guy next door, or Richard Lustig, who spends more than you can afford.

You spend what YOU can afford to spend.”

When playing a lotto or Power Ball, DON’T play Quick Picks.

Richard Lustig: “People say, ‘What do you mean, don’t play Quick Picks? Quick Picks; that’s all I play. I play Quick Picks all the time.’

Have you won?

There it is.”

His third tip, when playing scratchies, don’t buy a couple of tickets on one game and a couple more on another game.

Richard Lustig: “Folks, the worse thing in the world you can do. You might as well put on a blind-fold, take a gun and try to hit the target.

It’s NOT going to happen.”

Richard suggests establishing your budget, dividing that by ten and buying ten tickets — all in a row — straight out of the machine.

Richard Lustig: “Buy ten tickets in a row, of the SAME game.

If you do this, almost every single time you do this — so in this case, with a hundred dollars, we’re going to buy ten $10 tickets — but almost every single time you do this, you’re going to find at least one winning ticket . . . most of the time two winning tickets, and sometimes THREE winning tickets in that stretch of tickets.

You’ve just increased your chances of winning the lottery.”

So we thought we put Richard’s technique to the test: that’s my budget, $20; and with that, I’m going to get ten $2 scratchies, but they all have to be in the same row . . .

. . . Nothing . . .

Richard, I don’t know your technique is, but it isn’t working for me.”

Richard Lustig: “I have to be very careful about what I say because I do NOT want people to get even the slightest thought in their mind that this a joke or a scam — this is REAL.

I’ve actually done something that no one else has ever done.”

And believe it or not, Richard’s convinced that win number eight . . . is just around the corner.

Richard Lustig: “I absolutely, 100% know that I will win again…and again…and again…so long as I keep playing.”

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1. Who is Richard Lustig? Is he special or unique?

2. He wants to guard his secret. He does not want to reveal or share his secret. Is this true or false?

3. Richard believes he has been lucky. To win, you need lots of luck. Is this correct or wrong?

4. Where does he get his lottery tickets?

5. Did he have a strategy or method for winning the lottery in the beginning? What are this golden rules for playing and winning the lottery?

6. The journalist applied Richard’s rules . . . and won. Yes or no? Why didn’t he win?

7. Is Richard very careful about what he says or writes about lotteries? Why is he very careful?

8. Has Richard stopped playing lotteries?
A. My friends and I have played with lotteries. Yes or no?

B. Do you or your friends have a strategy or do you just buy tickets at random?

C. Are lotteries popular where you live? Do some people have “lottery fever”?

D. Why do people play lotteries? Why do companies offer lotteries? What does the government think about lotteries?

E. Are lotteries good, bad, both, neither or it depends?

F. What will happen in the future?

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