Online Toto…so many ways to win. And on top of that, a ticket is just some dollars. Even for those who have a snowball’s chance in a microwave, that small investment is worth the potential payoff right? Besides, there are systems you can use to improve your odds. There are whole books about it. In this post, I talk to some serious lottery players. Then I examine the numbers behind it.
Winning Punters – I found some punters who claim to have won it big inside the 토토사이트. Coincidentally, one of them I meet every morning: Ellice (pronounced ‘Alice’) Kwong is actually a housewife, with two children in JC. I encounter her at the MRT station every day, where she invariably comments in my having five the exact same shirt. She tells me that:
“I uncertain just how much I spend also. You ask me also I don’t remember. Maybe $60 30 days. $20 for 4D, $40 for Toto. I believe needs to be more than a lot of people spend. However you know I got win so many times! Four times already. If my luck is great just play lah.”
Dominic Wang is yet another serious punter. He’s a former house mover, who now deals in light fixtures. He says: “I spend around $50, maybe more. I think with the right system, it’s quite easy to win. I’ve won twice myself, once I won over $3000. I do believe as long while you know what you are doing, you don’t go and randomly tikam-tikam*, the odds are much less bad as many people think.”
Not-so-Lucky Punters – But most of the lottery lovers I spoke too have an entirely different experience:
Jerome Quok is really a Mass Communications student, who moonlights as being a short order cook. He tells me he spends: “At most $10 a month. Maybe less. I don’t really opt for the mindset which i will win. It’s just for the excitement after i check the results. It’s more like entertainment than an actual investment. I only ever won once, plus it was something pathetic. Under $100.”
I said “it’s still money,” but Jerome said the win was after playing regularly for four or five-years.
Aaron Siew is just one of those friends I prefer to hate. He’s does typesetting for brochures and magazines. When he comes up to steal borrow more DVDs, I inquire about his Toto obsession: “I guess I spend about $20 a month. I promised that I will win Toto at least once in my life. It’s a ‘must do before I die’ thing. I don’t care even if it’s consolation prize, so long as I muncjo one or more times inside my life. I’ve never won ANY lucky draw or anything before.”
I asked if this wasn’t a very good reason not to buy Toto. But he suggested I dip my head in a bucket 3 times and pull it all out twice, then he left. I asked Jenna McCormick, who lives two floors below me. She’s a housewife, with one child in Primary school.
“I think Louisa (her mother-in-law) features a bad impact on me. When she buys, I’ll buy. That’s about $20 a month, however, many months I don’t buy at all. I don’t really be aware of the different systems, she (Louisa) will inform me the best way to colour the slots in. I won once, it absolutely was a few hundred dollars. So I split it together with her and we enjoyed a big party at Pizza Hut, and my share was all gone after that!”