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How to win the lottery: effective tips and tricks to take into account

He won the lottery three times in less than a year and reveals how he did it. Although he resorted to an atypical strategy, it turned out to be very effective for the American. Find out the details of this story that went viral.

— Winning the lottery is the dream of many, a chance to change one's life overnight.

The probability of this happening is extremely low, almost like finding a unicorn in your backyard.


However, on rare occasions, stories occur that defy the odds. Such is the case of a man in Maryland, United States (USA), who managed to win the lottery three times in less than a year and revealed how he did it. The protagonist of the viral story, whose identity has been withheld for security reasons, began his winning streak with a $50,000 prize. He went on to win prizes of $50,000 and $100,000, totalling approximately $200,000. And all this in just 11 months. A truly lucky man who has been lucky three times in less than a year.

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