Richard Lustig Lottery Book Review

Florida lottery winner Richard Lustig has won 7 grand lottery prizes. His lottery book details his ‘simple secret system’. Click Here For …

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  • Kara

    @Chrisj I like the idea of that. Pick a weekly limit that you’ll spend such as $50 then whatever I win I’ll replay that amt the next week UNLESS it exceeds the $50 then I’ll keep that and use it for something else. If I only won $30 then $30 will be my next week’s limit. I think I’ll try this. Thank you.

  • Gene

    I am glad I read it it saves me the money. I wish there was a system that really worked.

  • Buck

    Listen up folks! If this “SYSTEM” worked all the lottos would go broke DUH.. do not put real money on the lotto! My idea, buy less drinks at the bar and put that into a ticket. Or smoke less, whatever. Also stay indoors when it rains. you’re more likely to be hit by lightning than win a lotto. REALLY Fantasize about what you do if win, have fun with it but realize that’s very probably all you will get out of it.

  • Christian J

    Hey guys, winning lottery is not by luck at all at all. This spiritualist predicts every lottery with 100% accuracy. You can reach him on 002348084SPAM44.

    • LG

      Wow, he must be extremely rich by now then.

      Hmm, a mobile number in Nigeria for ‘psychic lottery number prediction’… anyone interested..?

      • Grace

        I’m interested!

      • LG

        I hope that was said in jest.

      • Grace

        Well, not really… I am pretty interested.

      • LG

        In an apparent ‘recommendation from a 3rd party’ for a spiritualist who operates purely with an untraceable cellphone out of Nigeria..? Who is 100% accurate at predicting jackpots..?

        Trust me, this is 100% a scam. There couldn’t really be more signs to scream steer clear 🙂

  • Brenda Good

    I would like to know if Richard has a personal email, I just have so many questions I would like to ask him, I promise to not take alot of his time. I would just like for once in my life to win something and know what it’s like to feel the overwhelming feeling you get. I’m not looking to get rich if I did it’s OK. Please let me know. Thank you.

    • LG

      Hi Brenda,

      It sounds like you’ve been sold by the Lustig hype machine, and didn’t actually read my review 🙂

      Richard does not have a magical way of beating the lottery. The reality is most of his headline ‘7 grand prizes’ are actually very small wins (is $4,966 from a 2nd chance draw really a ‘grand prize’?). And no wins to mention since 2010..?

      Don’t believe the hype 🙂

  • PP

    I’d say he’s probably made more money selling his book than he actually won. Smart man, make some money on the lottery then create a fortune writing a book telling people how he did it!

  • Linda

    You invest $1 or $2, take your chances, and be done with it! I would not invest a whole lot of time and money and overthinking this. The lottery is there for entertainment and it helps the schools a little.

    If your few dollars nets you a nice sum, good! If it doesn’t, then there’s always another $1, and then you don’t have to play anymore, either.

    Stay away from scam artists in Nigeria. You and your hard earned money WILL be separated for good and I’ll see you on the Dr. Phil show, crying your eyes out. There is no secret formula for winning; only luck.

    Take good care.

    • LG

      I’d agree that entertainment should be a primary reason for playing – after all, it’s darn good value for money, so if you win that’s one heck of a bonus 🙂

      But there are sensible things you can do to increase your chances. Using good strategy you can help the luck! It’s just unfortunate that there are so many people selling useless junk (like this) that doesn’t help at all – it greatly muddies the waters for those of us wanting to just keep it real..!

  • Doris

    The winners I am impressed with are those few who Dream the number sequence!

  • Shay

    Just came across this guy and his book today. I believe him. He’s won SEVEN times. Can any of you say the same? Instead of being so negative why don’t you try the tactics and the system that he’s built in 20+ years and give it a shot. Hell, before I even knew about him, I’ve done some of my own tactics where it actually helped me some money here and there. Not big amounts but 50-200 dollars. So, I do believe there is a system that the lottery goes by and the people who have created the lottery are getting more revenue then the actual winner so just be grateful. Who knows you could be that lucky winner(s) who hits it. Stop being so negative!

    • LG

      It’s not about ‘being negative’ Shay – it’s about facts. Look at the real facts – look at how much Richard has really won (listed above), how big those ‘grand’ prizes really are, and what is actually in the book. Have you actually read it before leaping to his defence..? Half of what he recommends is simply wrong (no opinion or negativity here, just plain fact), the rest is nothing magical. Nobody is denying he has ‘won 7 times’ – but then who hasn’t – it depends what you define as a win! What would you say is a ‘grand prize’ – I bet you wouldn’t consider it to be just $3 or $4 thousand..? Finally, ask yourself why he hasn’t won anything worth mentioning since 2010. Don’t believe the hype Shay 🙂

  • ChrisJ

    As a short-time former “student” of Richards’s “University” (basically a monthly subscription of him being interviewed) – he’s a system seller, pure and simple. Of course he doesn’t tell you everything in one go because you’d no longer be a subscriber (and his pitch says something to the effect of “I don’t want to sell you a $300 book”).

    He also has very prominent links so you can join his Lottolishus Universe (basically a California-based company that is a ticket purchasing service and lottery syndicate) so he has more people in his syndicate to increase HIS chances of winning, not yours. Did that for a year and literally made about $30 in winnings (yes, would have been better off playing alone and not worth the subscription fee).

    You’re better off just paying Lottery-Guy for HIS course, rather than the $50 pm Lustig charges. You’ll learn more and for a tenth of the price. Note: I was not payed or otherwise compensated for this.

    Oh, here’s Lustig’s scratcher ticket strategy: Don’t play $1 games. Buy at least 10 consecutive tickets (don’t do the “oh, I’ll take four of those and six of that” selection). He has testimonals of people buying “the whole roll” of tickets and hitting wins (of course). Here’s the funny bit… I’ve been doing this since January 2016 and… surprisingly, it sort of works.

    Started playing 10 x $2 games a week. Got lucky and hit a couple tickets for $100-150 payoffs. Started playing $3 games (those crossword puzzle ones) and was hit/miss but a few weeks ago won $220 on a couple tickets. Every so often I’d replenish my “loses” with an extra $20 in my bankroll. Since there’s no $4 game, I thought I’d just double up on a $2 game, but got up to $500, so I’m on $5 tickets now. Again, it’s win/miss but generally the higher priced tickets have slightly better odds. Lustig has (so far) been correct on one point: you’ll win 2/10 scratch off tickets, so long as they are consecutive. I usually win 2 or 3, but I had a few 4/10 and one 5/10… granted the prizes were small (like a free ticket or $3) and a few of those were what I call “Whoppers”: say you have three match numbers and ten chances to win… and you match all the numbers. Sounds great, but the payouts are $1 each. Cue the wah-wah horn.

    Remember to scan your “losers” for a the second chance drawing. Just start with $20 like I did and just step up… basically wager 10% of your bankroll. Remember it just takes a couple wins and they really add up. Play smart, play within your budget and think long term.

    • LG

      Thanks for that Chris – and the recommendation 🙂

      Couple of things though…

      1. I’d recommend going straight to the right game (whatever that may be for each person individually), as using one game to fund another actually works against you overall. Unless the fun factor outweighs the hit to your overall chances of winning – that’s not wrong, just a personal decision.

      2. The Lustig “buy 10 in a row” thing seems to work, but only because the odds of winning ‘something’ on any game are so high. It’s not buying consecutive tickets that makes any difference (because they are randomly placed in the roll), it’s buying 10 of them! The overall odds of winning ‘something’ on a scratcher are typically about 1-in-4 or 1-in-5. So winning 2 out of every 10 is exactly what you would expect on average no matter how you buy the tickets 🙂

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