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Saturday Lotto Results Qld


“Winning Saturday Lotto Superdraws is Easy –
It’s Making a Profit That’s Difficult.”

You probably already know that it takes 8,145,060 games to guarantee first prize in Saturday’s Lotto Superdraw.  If you did have $8 million to spend, you obviously would not make a profit, because most weeks, including Superdraws, First Prize is around $800,000 to $1.2 Million.


So, in our search to find the best way to play the Saturday Lotto Superdraws, we must look at what makes sense in terms of the best way to play.  To start with, we ONLY play Saturday Lotto Superdraws. The prize is obviously a lot bigger BUT the Odds of Winning Saturday Lotto and the Cost stay the same!


Obviously, you can ensure you have all eight winning numbers (6 main +2 supplementary) if you simply mark all 45 numbers in eight games (three numbers marked twice) – but of course most people are too lazy to even mark their own coupons.


The next step is to ask, “How many games do we need to play to guarantee at least TWO winning numbers will be together?” The answer is just 15 games.


Because 15 games of 6 numbers equals 90 numbers in total, we make sure that we have all 45 numbers marked twice, ensuring that we have all eight winning numbers twice. With main and supplementary balls, this guarantees 16 winning numbers spread over 15 games. Isn’t this a much better way to play than trusting everything to Lady luck?


Below is how those 15 games look, our free gift to you:


Saturday Lotto Syndicates1  8 21 33 36 37

1 10 19 24 33 36

2 12 18 25 27 40

2 15 18 27 30 43

3  5 13 26 39 42

3 13 14 22 29 42

4  6 16 17 23 41

4 11 16 32 38 41

5 14 22 26 29 39

6 11 17 23 32 38

7  9 20 35 44 45

7 28 31 34 35 45

8 10 19 21 24 37

9 20 28 31 34 44

12 15 25 30 40 43


However, we strongly recommend that you transpose some of the numbers rather than use them exactly as they are about. To do this, change at least 8 to 10 of the numbers above, eg, where you find 21 and 45, swap the numbers; this gives you:


Contents Page 1  8  33 36 37 45

1 10 19 24 33 36

2 12 18 25 27 40

2 15 18 27 30 43

3  5 13 26 39 42

3 13 14 22 29 42

4  6 16 17 23 41

4 11 16 32 38 41

5 14 22 26 29 39

6 11 17 23 32 38

7  9 20 21 35 44

7 21 28 31 34 35

8 10 19 24 37 45

9 20 28 31 34 44

12 15 25 30 40 43


By swapping 8 to 10 numbers of the 45, you get a set of numbers that is unique to you. We recommend this approach for individual players, as 15 games is affordable for most.


The next step is to ask, “How many games do we need to play to guarantee three or more of the winning Saturday Lotto numbers together?”


The answer is 160 games. Because we play all 45 numbers at least 20 times, you are guaranteed at least 160 winning numbers, spread over 160 games, and arranged in such a way that three or more of the six main numbers MUST be together.


Because the mathematics are getting increasingly complicated now, it is usually too difficult to create these 160 games yourself.


In addition, playing 160 games is really a group entry; we recommend 10 to 20 people for our Saturday Lotto Syndicates entry, maybe a workplace syndicate or a family syndicate.


If you would like us to create these 160 games for you, please Paypal $25 to and we’ll make it happen for you.


The next step up of course is to ask “How many games do we need to play to guarantee FOUR OR MORE of the winning numbers together?” – A result that guarantees a win of some kind.


What if I told you that it takes only 1325 games to guarantee a win of some kind in Saturday Lotto Superdraws?  That is just 0.01627% of the full 8,145,060 games required to guarantee first prize.


While this does not necessarily guarantee a profit, it does guarantee a win of some kind. In just 1325 games!


What we are essentially doing is using advanced mathematics to get four or more of the eight winning numbers in at least 1 game, and then using relying on Lady Luck to line things up from there; this is obviously a lot smarter than relying on Lady luck for all eight numbers (6main + 2 supps).


What is interesting is that the 1325 games deliver all 8 winning numbers at least 160 times. So our mathematical approach delivers at least 1280 winning lotto numbers (including supps) spread over 1325 games.


And the cost of playing our Saturday Lotto Syndicates is subsidised by regular small wins, while improving the odds of getting all six main balls together.


However, 1325 games are far too expensive for our philosophy of ensuring that people play within their means.


But, strange as it may seem, you cannot actually buy this system – the only way to get involved is to join one of our Private Saturday Superdraw Private Syndicates.


We run syndicates with 20 members. This makes the cost affordable for everyone, around $50 per share, with Half Shares available.


In addition, we only play there is a Saturday Superdraw, every 6-8 weeks, so the cost is not excessive.


If you read some of the stories in our free publication, the lottery nightmare, you can see that you may well be better off sharing a $1 million than winning big. (For details, see )


So, let’s look at how our Private Saturday Superdraw Lotto Syndicates work.


Saturday Lotto Superdraws


How Our Saturday Lotto Superdraws Syndicates Work


To qualify for this offer as an individual, you must be able to email me a list of 19 people who want to enter the 20-member Private Lotto Syndicate. The 20th Share is mine, in return for creating the 1325 game Saturday Lotto system for you that wins something every single week.


My involvement is limited to creating a 1325 game system that will guarantee you have a win of some kind for your members.


The process of running the syndicate and marking the coupons is the responsibility of your syndicate and its members (we suggest all Members share marking the coupons).  Once the coupons have been put on for the first time, we suggest checking the actual tickets against the 1325 games we provide to make sure there are no errors.


You may be a workplace syndicate, a family and friends syndicate, or even a Lotto Agent looking to improve your winning strike rate.


If you are a Lotto Agent, you can massively boost your income by becoming an Agent for our “Must Win” Private Syndicates.  You can give people free copies of this Report until you have enough applicants to fill a Syndicate and then apply to us to create your numbers. Arrangements are as above.


Depending on where you live in Australia, the total cost will be around $940; it differs slightly from State to State depending on Agents commission.


If you are running a 20-person syndicate, the cost will be around $50 (full share) for each of the 19 people, with my share being in exchange for my expertise in setting up a syndicate for you that is guaranteed a win of some kind. I suggest that you charge each person $55, with the balance going into a fund to cover occasions where a member drops out. There will be plenty of people keen to join your syndicate, but the get rich quick merchants may well drop out after the first six weeks or so.


When I had time to run syndicates myself, I ended up having to fund these unpaid shares myself. To save you this experience, I highly recommend having a small float. If someone does drop out, you can use this fund to cover the shortfall, and of course members will then benefit by prizes being shared by one less person. This gives you time to decide whether you’ll find another person to join your syndicate, or whether you will adjust prices to cover accordingly and share the winnings between less people.


At the end of this report you will find some suggested agreements; these are not provided as legal documents and it is up to you to get proper legal advice on the format of your Private Lotto Syndicate that all members agree to.


If you are running a 20 member syndicate, the cost per member is around $50 per member. Again, I recommend that you charge $55 per member, with a surplus becoming your float for any unpaid shares its members drop out. My share is one free Share in exchange for crunching the numbers for you.  If you run a 15 Member Syndicate, the cost per Member is around $68; I suggest you round it up to $70 per Share, using the extra to build up funds in case a Member drops out suddenly.


Half Shares are fine.


Private Lotto Syndicates as a Business


There are three ways to run a Private Lotto Syndicate.


The first is as a cooperative, where all members share both the cost and the work involved. There is a fair amount of work involved, particularly in setting up. Marking the coupons is a one-off job, and you will see that we recommend all members take a share of marking the coupons.


On a weekly basis, someone needs to make sure all members have paid and the money is available to put the coupons on. Then obviously you have put the coupons on. Someone then needs to handle members accounts, not only ensuring that they are paid up, but also advising them of what the wins are, and what the reduced payment is for the following week.


My recommended approach is that members share the work, perhaps on a rotational basis where each member is on a monthly roster to perform one of the tasks involved.


The second approach relates to a lottery agent. Obviously, all the above tasks are part of your job as a lottery agent and the commission you receive is your reward.


The third approach is to see Private Lotto Syndicates as a business opportunity.  In this case, you take full responsibility for running the lottery syndicate. It is not unreasonable to expect that you would be paid for this.

However – you must make sure that all members are aware of the conditions when you set up the Private Lotto Club, and that you have signed agreements in place.


Under this arrangement, assuming you have 20 members, there would be 18 paying members, with you having one share for doing all the work and me having one share for the creation of a “Must Win” system for your syndicate.


It is critical that you tailor the legal agreements to reflect your situation, and that all members have signed to accept the arrangement.


It is also critical that you make it clear that this is a Private Lotto club. Provided it is a private arrangement, with appropriate documentation in place, members are free to adopt any arrangements may wish.


Nor do you necessarily have to have 15 or 20 members. This is my recommendation and what I normally work with, but, provided there is written agreement, you can work with any number of members. Over the course of time you may also find that you need to consider changing these arrangements. If you start with 20 members and two drop out, you have to decide whether to continue with 18 members and change the arrangements accordingly or whether you recruit two new members.


If you decide to go with this as a business arrangement, you will have a small regular weekly income from your share of the wins, but will also have the opportunity to share in a multi-million dollar payout every single time you play.


Whatever you do, make sure you have appropriate signed agreements are in place that make it clear this is a Private Club; you should also seek your own legal advice.


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