“I’m worried about a computer randomly picking numbers for me. What are the odds of using quick pick selections rather than hand picking?”
A quick pick is where the lottery machine randomly chooses the number for you. So you have two random events going on, the selection of your numbers AND the lottery draw itself… which makes no difference whatsoever!
Every ball in the lottery has exactly the same chance of being drawn. Therefore every set of numbers in a lottery draw has exactly the same chance of being drawn. So it does not matter how your numbers were selected, they are just as good as everybody elses numbers.
Whether you like pulling numbers out of a washing machine full of numbered ping pong balls, picking ages of your favourite family members, or counting how many times your horse taps his foot – your chances of winning the lottery are just as good as everybody elses!
So use quick picks if you like – the only danger is you might find your numbers mean you are more likely to share a jackpot if you do win it. More on that in my free tips course.