Bingo History: Story of the Game Bingo

Bingo History: Story of the Game Bingo

The origins of contemporary bingo go back to 16th century Italy, where the lottery game Lo Giuoco del Lotto dItalia was introduced. The popular chance game was introduced to North America in the late 1920s by the name of Beano. A toy salesperson of New York was responsible for changing the name of the game into Bingo and to the increase of its popularity throughout the US.

In the late 18th century, the original Italian lotto game made its way to France. Historical evidence shows that a game called Le Lotto was popular among the French high society who used to play the game in parties and social gatherings.

Le Lotto used to be played with special cards that were divided into three rows and nine columns. Each of the three columns consists of 10 numbers, while each column had five random number and four blank spaces in it. Each player had a different lotto card where he used to mark the number announced by the caller. The first player to cover one row won the game.

By the 19th century, the lotto game spread around Europe and started to serve as a didactic childrens game. In the 1850s, several educational lotto games had entered the German toys market. The lotto games purpose was to teach children how to spell words, how to multiply numbers, etc.

By 1920s, a similar version to the lotto game, known as beano was popular at county fairs throughout the US. In beano, the players placed beans on their cards to mark the called out number. The first player who completed a full row on his card, used to yell out Beano!, until one night in December 1929, when a New Yorker toys salesperson by the name of Edwin S. Lowe visited a country fair outside Jacksonville, Georgia.

On his way back to New York, Lowe had purchased beano equipment including dried beans, a rubber numbering stamp and cardboard. At his New York home, Lowe has been hosting friendly beano games. During one game, one excited winner who had managed to complete a full row stuttered out Bingo, instead of Beano. Listening to the excited stuttering girl, Edwin S. Lowe thoughts went away. Lowe decided to develop a new game that would be called Bingo.

While Lowe’s Bingo game was making its first steps in the market, a Pennsylvanian priest asked Lowe to use the game for charity purpose. After a short tryout period, the priest had found out that the bingo game causes the churches to lose money. Since the variety of bingo cards was limited, each bingo game ended up in more than five winners.

In order to develop the game and to lower the probabilities of winning, Lowe approached Prof. Carl Leffler, a mathematician from Columbia University. Leffler was asked to create bigger variety of bingo cards that each of them will have unique combination of numbers. By 1930, Lowe had 6,000 bingo cards and Prof. Leffler went insane.

Since then, the popularity of the bingo game as a fundraiser continued to grow. In less than five years, about 10,000 weekly bingo games took place throughout North America. Lowe’s company grew to employ several thousands of employees and to occupy more than 60 presses 24 hours a day.

Now, bingo is one of the most popular chance games in the world. It is played in churches, schools, local bingo halls and land based casinos in the US, the UK, Australia, New Zealand and other parts of the world.

New York State Lottery

New York State Lottery

If you are lucky enough to win the New York State Lottery, it could make you the very next king of the hill! The New York State Lottery is not only one of the largest but one of the oldest state lotteries here in the United States. New Hampshire takes the prize for having the oldest lottery.

The New York State Lottery runs three jackpots, about a dozen scratch-off games and five daily drawings though 15,000 retailers and approximately 14,000 online outlets.

The establishment of the New York State Lottery was made by the new state constitution which was passed in 1966. Just about one third of the lottery’s revenue, which results in $2 billion a year, goes directly to the support of New York City Education. The New York State Lottery also awards scholarships to the Leaders of Tomorrow to one eligible graduating senior who is chosen from each private and public school in the state. The only stipulation to accepting this award is that they must attend New York universities.

There are several games that can be played in the lottery. Here are a couple of the favorites and how to play them:

Take Five – Visit any New York State Lottery retailer and ask for a playcard. Choose 5 numbers that go from 1 to 39 and fill in the squares you have chosen as instructed on the playcard. You may also select the Quick Pick option which saves you a lot of time and let the computer randomly select the numbers for you. Each playcard contains 5 game panels so that means that you can get to play up to 5 times on each of your playcards. The minimum cost is $1 for 1 game. Of course, you can play up to $5 if you choose the 5-game playcard. Choose the number of drawing that you want to participate in. Seven drawings in advance can be played – all on one ticket. Return your playcard to the retailer and you will get a separate ticket for each processed playcard. Always check your tickets to make sure that the dates and numbers that are printed are correct. That’s all there is to it. Now all you have to do is sit back and wait to see if you are the lucky winner! The live TV drawings take place at 11:21 P.M. You can play every day from %:30 A.M.

Quick Draw – The next exciting game to play in the New York State Lottery is Quick Draw. There are a variety of ways you can play this game. You are the one to select the amount to play, the odds as well as how much you can win! On Quick Draw you decide how many numbers you wish to play. Then, select up to 10 numbers ranging from 1 through 80. You can wither choose the Quick Pick Option or make sure that you choose the same amount of numbers that you had chosen in the first section. Check off the amount you wish to wager per game and then decide on how many games you wish to play; then after everything is completed hand your playcard back to the Quick Draw retailer. Every four minutes the New York State Lottery’s computer randomly picks 20 numbers from the field of 1 through 80. They will then appear on the Quick Draw monitor. You are a winner based on how many of the numbers you match. You will find the Quick Draw game wherever you are having fun whether it is at a restaurant, bowling center, bar or another game center. Terminals stay open from 5:30 A.M. to midnight to accept your wagers. There are nearly 3,000 licensed locations at which you can play Quick Draw.

New York state lotto – the classic. Pick up a playcard with 10 game panels. Each panel shows squares numbered 1 through 59. Pick 6 numbers from 1 through 59.Using a black pencil or a black or blue ballpoint pen (red ink will not be accepted), fill in your choice of any 6 of the 59 numbered squares in a game panel. Or save time by choosing Quick Pick and letting the computer randomly select numbers for you. The minimum play is $1 for two (2) game panels. Or you can play up to $5 on the 10-playcard.

It’s all in the luck of the draw. Do you feel lucky? Then try the New York State Lotto today!

Bingo

Bingo

There are many indoor games we enjoy playing during a get-together, or any other occasions. Bingo is one such game that is fun to play. Numbered balls are drawn at random and players cover the corresponding numbers on their cards. It is a prize game, played mostly in halls or any other place. The bingo play cards are designed with numbers on them in a 5×5 grid matching to the five letters of the word BINGO. It is also called a game of chance, where players are awarded prizes for being the first to complete a specified arrangement of numbers on the bingo card, based on numbers selected at random.

Bingo is a derivative of lotto, a lottery game which was first started in 1530 in Italy. Later, in 1778, it grabbed the interest of people in France. The playing card used here was divided into three horizontal and nine vertical rows. Each horizontal row had five numbered and four blank squares. No two lotto cards were alike, and the chips were numbered from 1 to 90. The caller would call out a number while drawing a numbered token. The player who completed the horizontal was declared the winner.

In US this game is primarily staged in churches or charity organizations. In some states these games are conducted in bingo halls which are rented by sponsoring organizations. Commercial bingo games in the US are primarily offered by casinos. In the 1800s educational lotto games became popular. The German lotto was designed to teach tables to children.

This game was once considered the game of old ladies, but nowadays it attracting people of both sexes and all ages. In the early 20th century this game became popular in Australia. It was called Housie, and before conducting it in halls it was held in large canopies. The winner of the game was called House.

Now this game is so popular that whenever you have a gathering or a get-together, people would opt for Bingo as the best way to pass the time.

The History Of The Bingo Game

The History Of The Bingo Game

The bingo game is one of the most popular games in the world today. Most people are familiar with bingo games in town halls. Now there is a relatively new trend – the online bingo game.

Have you ever wondered where it all started?

The modern day bingo game was originally a form of lottery. When Italy was united in 1530, the government instituted the Italian National Lottery. The Lottery has been held almost every week since then. Today the Lottery is absolutely indispensable to the Italian government – earning more than $75 million yearly!

In 1778 Lotto caught the attention of the intellectuals. The classic Lotto game consisted out of a card that was divided into three horizontal and nine vertical rows. Each horizontal row had five numbered and four blank squares in a random arrangement. The vertical rows contained numbers from 1 to 10, the second numbers from 11 to 20, continuing up to 90. All the Lotto cards were unique. Players would be dealt a single lotto card, whilst someone would draw chips, marked from 1 to 90, from a bag and read the number aloud. Players covered the numbers on their cards if it were read. The first player to cover a complete horizontal row was the winner. In the 1800’s educational games became popular. Lotto games were adapted to teach children spelling, multiplication tables, animals and history. Even today, in the very competitive toy and game market, similar games are popular.

One evening in December 1929, toy salesman Edwin S. Lowe stopped at a carnival a few miles outside Jacksonville. Everything was closed except for one booth. The booth was packed with people. Someone would draw numbers from a bag and read it aloud. The players would all check their cards to see whether they got the number. The winner was the first person who filled a horizontal, vertical or diagonal row of numbers and yelled “Beano”. The winner would than receive a small Kewpie doll as price. As you can guess, this game was called Beano.

Lowe, who has owned his own toy store for about a year, saw the potential of the game immediately. Back home he bought some card and a rubber number stamp and produced his own beano game. Testing it on his friends he soon realized that the game was almost addictive and lots of fun. When one of his friends yelled Bingo instead of beano he knew he had found the name of his new game!

The first Lowe bingo game had two variations – a 12 card set for one dollar and a 24 card set for two dollar. The game was an instant success and soon became popular. Of course he was not the only one to recognize the potential of the bingo game. Many imitators soon tried to market the game. Lowe could not patent the game, but offered to pay his competitors $1 if they would call it Bingo.

A few months later Lowe was approached by a priest from a small parish. Someone in his parish suggested that they use the bingo game as a fundraiser to help the church out of its financial trouble. The priest bought a few sets of Lowe’s bingo game, but unfortunately always had six or more winners.

Lowe immediately saw the potential expansion of the game, but also knew that a huge variation of numbers for the bingo cards will have to be developed. He asked an elderly mathematics professor at Columbia University, Carl Leffler, to devise 6,000 new cards with non-repeating numbers. The professor agreed for a fee for each new card. But, as the professor continued, he found that it became increasingly difficult to produce new bingo cards. Lowe was impatient and at the end he paid Leffler more than $100 per new bingo card. Finally the task was completed, but rumor had it that the professor lost his sanity!

Soon the bingo game was one of the most popular games in North America, and it remains so until today. Many associate it with fundraising, but today Bingo is much more than a fundraiser in church halls.

About ten years ago the online bingo game was developed. Within five years it became even more popular than going to the movies or concerts! Many would agree that online bingo games are the best thing since sliced bread.

Of course online bingo is much more than just a game. It is a place to be with friends and to relax. Who would have guessed that one of the best games ever had such a long history?

Totescoop6 ~ The Horse Racing National Lottery

Totescoop6 ~ The Horse Racing National Lottery

Perhaps like me you shared in the jubilation of Agnes Haddock as Taranis came to win the totescoop6 handicap hurdle at Sandown last Saturday. By selecting the winner, Agnes secured herself a £248,288 bonus to add to the £410,332 she won by completing the totescoop6 the previous week. This king’s ransom came out of a workmanlike £2 bet.

To win the totescoop6 prize fund a punter must pick the winners of six selected races on a Saturday.

Channel 4 had a camera fixed on Agnes as the race unfolded, and as Taranis jumped to the front at the last hurdle, viewers witnessed as her expression turned from one of hope and yearning to sheer exaltation at the line. Fantastic television!

My wife and I hugged each other and we were genuinely thrilled for the laundry woman from Cheshire. “It’s like she’s won the Lottery” said my wife. “No it’s not!” I contested, “It takes skill and judgment to pick the right horses – the Lottery only needs you to pick 6 numbers at random.”

The irony of Agnes’ win was not lost on me: this luckiest of lucky ladies had picked her horses purely on folly, or because the names appealed to her!

Her first selection Simon won at 7-1 in the 2.25 at Southwell. Agnes said: “I picked it because I used to work with a really nice lad called Simon.”

Her second choice was Exotic Dancer which Agnes chose because she had backed it previously, and it trotted up at 6-1 in the 2.45 at Cheltenham.

She got inspiration for the third winner — 6-1 Clouding Over in the 3.05 at Southwell — because it started to rain when she went into a BetFred bookies to place her bet!

Her fourth choice, Mountain, was a non-runner so her money automatically went on the favourite, Katchit – which won in the 3.30 at Cheltenham at 2-1.

Agnes’s fifth and sixth horses Haggle Twins and Whispered Secret both romped home at 8-1. And finally… she arrived upon Taranis to carry her hopes for the Bonus because it was the number thirteen horse, and her birthday is the thirteenth.

Despite this fairytale win, I maintain that although the Scoop6 is the horse racing equivalent to the National Lottery, there are several distinct differences. The totescoop6 offers far better value than the Lottery. Serious punters can win a huge return on a tiny stake.

Although there is the argument that all sorts of charities benefit from the Lottery, it is strictly for mug punters. Unfortunately for the charities and Camelot, these punters are in short supply nowadays as more and more people are not in it to win it any longer. By contrast, 100,000 players every week are investing in the Tote Scoop6, in the belief that they are in control of their destiny regarding the wager. To an extent, they are correct, and they certainly have far more control than is the case in the National Lottery.

Odds of more than 14 million to one govern the Lotto, whereas Tote Scoop6 punters can reduce their odds dramatically, by making their own decisions regarding the horses that they nominate to carry their cash.

Returning to the basics of probability, the realistic price of selecting the first ball that drops out of the Lotto machine is of course 48/1 whilst (taking form analysis out of the equation) the price of any horse to win a ten-runner event (as an example) is 9/1.

To summarize, and this is only my tongue-in-cheek opinion, the Lotto balls are for losers, and fair-play to Agnes Haddock for winning the totscoop6!

About the author: Max Redd has been making a living betting on horse racing for over 10 years. He runs the Redd Racing betting advisory service which offers members a FREE trial and a 60-day money-back profit guarantee.

Win the Lottery – tips

Win the Lottery – tips

Don’t use family birthdays – this is a popular mistake!

Sure it lacks originality but more than that it reduces your chances of winning the lottery. Just think about it — the days and months only go up to 31 and

12. Even if you do win the lottery using your birth digits, the chances are you’ll have to split the winnings with more people. After all everyone’s birthday

begins with 19 (and anyone who doesn’t should not be playing the lottery). The same applies to buying a ticket when there’s a bigger jackpot — more people

play so the odds are more people win. Let’s be honest you don’t want to have to share your winnings with strangers anymore than you want to hear from your

second cousin twice removed after a 20-year silence.

Don’t make a nice pattern!
Diagonal lines, straight lines, star shapes, boxes, zig-zags – doing this on your slip is silly. You might think you’re being smart but again, you and

thousands of other people will have the exact same thought.

Check ball frequency!
They tell us it’s all totally random, but certain balls have a knack of being drawn more freqeuntly than others. Find out which ones apear most often when

making your choices. Number seven and multiples of it are popular choices. And rightly so, number seven appears in the list of top 10 winning numbers in both

the South African and UK lotteries.

Actually check the results!
You’d be suprised how many people don’t check whether they’ve won the lottery. What’s more, winning tickets have to be claimed within 180 days of the draw,

otherwise the money goes off to the Lotto’s Good Causes fund. A ticket worth £9,476,995 was once distributed in this way and it was the 24th prize in excess

of a million pounds to be unclaimed.

Become a worker!
Camelot recently released a list of the top Lottery-winning professions. Builders and workers have been the biggest winners, followed by administators and

managers. The unluckiest in the Top 40? Poor funeral directors.

Go for a tarot card reading
It’s worked for some people. Housing officer Janette Wright was told by a tarot card reader that one day she would come into money. A few years later, she

bought a Lucky Dip and promptly won a £1,633,505 Lotto jackpot.

1-2-3-4-5-6

1-2-3-4-5-6

Catchalotto’s view on why you should never play 1-2-3-4-5-6 in Lotto

A while ago Camelot, the UK National Lottery Official Operator, used to release combinations that were played most commonly. Unsurprisingly, combination 1-2-3-4-5-6 was one of them in that it was entered into each Lotto Draw by many people. And by many I mean thousands!!! If I recall correctly, at some stage there were about 10,000 tickets purchased for each Lotto draw containing this combination. This brings me to the reason number 1 why such combination should be avoided like the plague.

REASON NUMBER 1:

There are so many tickets being bought containing combination 1-2-3-4-5-6, the jackpot payout would be very low indeed should this combination win!

Let’s say you play 1-2-3-4-5-6 and it does win (yippee!). Let’s say you are in to share an average £3,000,000 jackpot with 10,000 other jackpot winners. This would mean that your share of winnings would be a miserable £300! Yeah, okay, still good money, beats the tenner that you get for guessing 3 numbers, but definitely this is not the money you have in mind when you dream about winning the jackpot, right?!

There are many reasons why so many of us play this combination. It’s easy to remember… It’s easy to mark on a lottery ticket… Some are lazy/short of time to pick out a good non-biased non-ordered combination…Statistically combination 1-2-3-4-5-6 has the same chances of being drawn (1 in 13,983,816), so why not play it… Some people play the same combination every time, so it could be that they played this combination for a while and do not want to give it up now in case if it does come up… Camelot no longer announces combinations that are played most commonly, so many are simply unaware how many people they will have to share their jackpot with should this combination be drawn.

Whatever the reason, it’s a pound down the drain when 1-2-3-4-5-6 is played because of the above reason alone. There is however another reason why you should NOT play this combination.

REASON NUMBER 2:

As mentioned above, statistically the combination 1-2-3-4-5-6 has the same chances of being drawn, in other words you have 1 chance of winning the jackpot with this combination and 13,983,815 chances of NOT winning it. That’s statistically.

However, if you look at vast amount of literature that is now available with regard to lottery analysis and probability laws, you would see that most authors give out a slightly different story. Most believe that the combination 1-2-3-4-5-6 is biased and is guaranteed to loose because it is far out of balance to come up in a random drawing. This opinion is based on vast research undertaken by many who analysed the draws of past lottery games from around the world!!! If six consecutive numbers have never been drawn in any of the lotteries worldwide, and six numbers from one number group have never been drawn either, then what chance does the combination 1-2-3-4-5-6 have?

It is believed that the least likely combinations to be drawn are those at the tail ends of a bell curve. These are the lowest six numbers and the highest six numbers of any lotto game.

Now onto the good news. The good news is that Lottorino can help with Lotto combination selection. It incorporates many filters and checks whether a certain combination is biased or not. Lottorino consults probability laws rather than those of possibility. The idea is that whilst it’s possible for any combination to be drawn, certain combinations are less probable to come up.

If you ask Lottorino to analyse 1-2-3-4-5-6, it would assign a low Lottorino score of 2%, meaning that this combination seems to be biased in some way and as a result assigns the probability of it being drawn as 2% (the percentage would depend how many rules/filters have been broken). By sieving out this and many other combinations, your lotto ticket simply stands better chances of being a winning one!

If you look at Lottorino’s scores of all officially drawn UK Lotto combinations in the past, you would see that some do appear to have a low Lottorino score (i.e. Lottorino would have advised NOT to play it), but 95% of time, Lottorino score is 50% or above (Catchalotto’s recommended advisable limit). So 95% of time, the odds would have been indeed improved by Lottorino.

Why Lotto Wheeling Works

Why Lotto Wheeling Works

You may occassionally come across websites or individuals who claim that lottery ‘wheeling’ doesn’t work (wheeling is multiple entries using combinations of a set of numbers). The usual justification for this is that they say you are entering the same number multiple times in order to create your wheel, and thus spending money needlessly. They are correct in one sense – after all, you could cover all the 49 numbers in the UK national lottery (the ‘Lotto’) in only 9 tickets (6 different numbers per ticket). On the other hand, any wheel must ‘combine’ the numbers you want in order to create possible wins on any one ticket, so, for example, you might cover only 10 or 12 numbers with the same number of tickets in order to create a guaranteed ‘3’ win.
But… and it’s a big but, in the first situation, you have only 9 chances to win the jackpot (i.e. 6 from 6 correct) and only a slim chance of any other prize too. A ‘3’ win, for example, the lowest win possible in the UK Lotto is actually quite remote, clocking in at about 55 to 1 against. In other words, if you enter your 9 tickets every week, you might expect 3 numbers once every 5 weeks or so – hardly a great return on your $50 investment!
And this is why wheels are so good – they allow you to cover large ‘ranges’ of numbers without buying all the tickets you would normally need to get the same sort of cover. The older less popular wheel would usually require you to buy a lot of tickets, but would guaranteee a certain outcome if you managed to ‘catch’ a certain number of draws in your picks. Good modern wheels provide you with ‘statistical guarantees’ – e.g. a certain wheel might require you to buy 10 tickets to cover 15 picks, with the promise that if all 6 numbers drawn are within your 15 picks, there is a 45% chance of getting 4 of them in one line, and an 80% chance of getting 3 balls in one line. Obviously, this is far more economical than buying enough tickets the ‘hard way’ to cover 15 numbers completely. What would you prefer for a prize of only $90 or $100 – an 80% chance of a win at a cost of $10 or a 100% chance of the same win at a cost of $1,000 ? Bit of a no-brainer really, isn’t it? Remember that the sites or people who decry wheeling lotto systems usually are trying to sell you their own ‘magic’ lotto ‘secrets’ – perhaps using ‘lucky irish clover’ or ‘the power of clairvoyance’. If their systems were any good, why don’t they just keep very quiet and win the lotto themselves, week after week?
If you want to play around with wheels for free, WinthatLotto.com has a number of free online wheeling systems that allow you to cover up to 20 numbers using only 10 tickets, with guarantees that will payout up to 4 ball wins. And the odds of a 4 ball win using normal techniques are over 1,031 to 1 against! As you can see, a good modern lotto wheeling system will allow you to ‘stay in the game’ by catching regular small wins that help to offset or even cover completely your costs. And if it doesn’t cost anything, why not play?! Picking at random brings you no guarantee above and beyond the certainty that the lottery executives salaries will get paid!

A Winning Lottery Number Selection Strategy

A Winning Lottery Number Selection Strategy

The problem with selecting lottery numbers is the fact that any regulated lottery result is by definition random, and so any 6 number selections are as likely as any other, no matter what numbers came out last week or the week before. So how can we talk about a ‘Winning Lotto Strategy’? Simple – you need to pay attention to the numbers you DON’T choose!
This strange piece of advice is actually entirely logical, because with a bit of straightforward planning, you can ensure that should any of your numbers actually come up, you have minimized the chance that you will have to share the prize with other people. In other words, avoid ‘obvious’ lottery selections, unless you want to share the prize! By the way, can you guess what the most common lotto entry is? Yep, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. Hard to believe, isn’t it?! While these numbers are as likely as any other 6 to come up, if they did, the payout per ticket would be tiny, because so many people would be trying to claim a slice of the pie!
So here are some tips to help you make sure that your selections are unique to your ticket, and thus any prize you win will be shared with less people.
More than 2 consecutive numbers is a no no. For example, choosing 1,2,3 or 47,48,49 will mean you are ‘in play’ with THOUSANDS of other lottery hopefuls.
It is unwise to choose numbers at fixed intervals, especially when that interval is the same as on the entry slip (e.g. 1, 6, 11 etc). This is because people have a tendency to ‘run down the lotto slip’ if they are in a hurry.
Many people use birthdays, so choose at least one number above 31. This will differentiate your lottery ticket from theirs.
Same goes for dates – never enter more than 2 numbers less than or equal to 12.
Don’t choose any of last week’s lotto draw numbers. You’d be surprised how many punters try this!
Never copy anyone else’s numbers – that would mean sharing any prize with at least 1 other person!
Keep an eye on the most common and least common numbers over time – many people play these, because they do not understand that the lottery really is random. If you play them too, you will end up sharing any prize you win.
Once you’ve selected 6 numbers, it’s a good idea to stick with ’em. They are as likely to win in any week as any other set, and imagine how you would feel if you changed them and then the next week they won! (This has happened by the way).
Finally, if it’s a rollover jackpot lotto play, consider buying another ticket (with a seperate set of numbers, of course!). The most interesting case is when the prize is more than the odds of winning x ticket price (in the UK, a jackpot of £13 million or more). You could in theory guarantee a win by buying EVERY combination of tickets, although you would almost certainly have to share the lottery jackpot with someone!

Why I Bet At The Golotto Lottery In Liechtenstein?

Why I Bet At The Golotto Lottery In Liechtenstein?

There are several kinds of lotteries, each with varying odds of winning. Somehow, the best chances are with lottery systems such as the ones generated in Liechtenstein. Here, not only the tickets of the lottery are very cheap, the chances for winning are very high as well.

Winning Go Lotto Lottery is a Great Possibility When Betting at Liechtenstein

I am a total novice at betting and lottery, but who doesn’t love winning. One day when I was really low on cash and I was trying to organize some funds from my friends, I was advised to take a chance and bet on the go lotto lottery in Liechtenstein. I was not very inclined to use the dwindling funds I had on lottery as I did not feel too lucky. But my friend had taken a lot of pain to convince me that this opportunity is great and that anyone can win with Liechtenstein go lotto lottery because the system is made in such a way – and if I loose the lottery support the Red Cross.

He had showed me how to log in and place bets on the Go Lotto lottery online and I was indeed pleased with the fact that the tickets for this lottery cost only one dollar each. Then, on an impulse I agreed and placed a tiny bet.

Winning is a Great Feeling!

I followed the developments and was looking forward to the day when the results would be declared. I never really had any hopes that I would win anything – I never won a lottery before in my whole life – but no one can help the building up of the excitement as D-day approaches.

The morning the results were declared, I got a call at 6.30 am from my friend saying to check my results. I thanked him for the reminder and got up grudgingly from my comfortable bed to deal with the morning chores. After I had my breakfast I remembered that I hadn’t checked on the results. I was smiling in my mind thinking how would it be if I would really be the winner of some Liechtenstein golotto lottery.

When the results came on the screen – I checked for the winning numbers and found to my great surprise and pleasure that my ticket was among the winning lot. This is how today I am a totally die-hard fan of the lottery (www.LiechtensteinLotto.com) of Liechtenstein!