Free Winning Lottery Numbers

Free Winning Lottery Numbers

Here are some Free Winning Lottery Numbers that are for entertaining you in between reruns of The View.

To get winning lottery numbers free, simply follow these simple steps to obtain your personalized numbers. These steps are guaranteed to be as good as any other published lottery guidelines. Other Internet sites may be charging tens or even hundreds of dollars for this information. We gladly offer this information for free.

Do not even consider changing any of these rules. Remember, the lottery is a tax on people who are bad at math. In order to overcome the virtually insurmountable odds that prevent most people from winning mega-fortunes in lottery drawings, it is imperative that no alterations be attempted.

Free Winning Lottery Numbers - Pick 3

Step 1

  • Take the first letter of your last name and look up the correct number in this table:

First Letter of Your Last Name
Number to Use
Number to Use
A
23
Twenty Three
B
19
Nineteen
C
24
Twenty Four
D
27
Twenty Seven
E
37
Thirty Seven
F
35
Thirty Five
G
16
Sixteen
H
13
Thirteen
I
7
Seven
J
37
Thirty Seven
K
28
Tewnty Eight
L
2
Two
M
25
Twenty Five
N
18
Eighteen
O
14
Fourteen
P
15
Fifteen
Q
32
Thirty Two
R
12
Twelve
S
10
Ten
T
16
Sixteen
U
40
Forty
V
14
Fourteen
W
28
Twenty Eight
X
5
Five
Y
17
Seventeen
Z
33
Thirty Three
Map the first letter of your last name to a number in this table.

Step 2:

Take the day of the week and look up the second number in this table:

DOW
Number to Use
Number to Use
Monday
12
Twelve
Tuesday
39
Thrty Nine
Wednesday
31
Thirty One
Thurdsay
19
Nineteen
Friday
8
Eight
Saturday
29
Twenty Nine
Sunday
16
Sixteen
Map the current Day of the Week to a Number in this Table

Now take the number you looked up in the previous table and count that many days ahead on the calendar from the current date. The date that you land on is your second number.

The Last Step for your Free Winning Lottery Numbers

Step 3:

  • Calculate the average of the numbers from step 1 and step 2: (number 1 + number 2) / 2
  • Add the average to the last digit of the year of your birth.
  • Look at the clock on your computer. If the last digit is 5, then transpose the digits in the first number. If the last digit is 0, transpose the digits in the third number. If the last digit is neither 0 or 5, don't change anything.

Caution: if you or anyone at your home address has received, completed, and returned the 2010 United States Census form, add 10 to your first number.  Do not skip this step! The Law of Attraction is very clear on this point. be careful!

These are your 3 numbers. Good luck!

NOTICE!

A potential flaw in our computations mas been revealed.

Do not use the above advice if your birthday is divisible by 31 and you were born outside the continental United States.


We honestly regret any inconvenience that this may have caused all of our fans. In all seriousness, we never intended to hurt anyone. OK?

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Comments 14 comments

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lmmartin 6 years ago from Alberta and Florida

Oh! uh, I mean thanks. Bye.


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Sandyspider 6 years ago from Wisconsin, USA

Well this should be interesting to see if it works.


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psychicdog.net 6 years ago

LOL Something went wrong. I entered a million dollar lottery using this method. My first three were correct but when I took the number from the computer's clock I think I forgot to divide by the average of the previous digit of the last number that wasn't a zero before choosing the digit to add to my date of birth. I accidentally added it to the the date of my last bath in 1997.


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nicomp 6 years ago from Ohio, USA Author

@psychicdog.net: You used the Pick 4 algorithm. We are not responsible for improper application.


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breakfastpop 6 years ago

Great hub and interesting method. I prefer to count the number of times Pres. Obama swivels his head and divide that number by the number of times Nancy Pelosi stands and claps. Try it, I think it has potential.


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The Old Firm 6 years ago from Waikato/Bay Of Plenty, New Zealand

The answer is 42, what was the question again?


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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida

nicomp - you have missed your calling. You should run right this minute to Washington, DC and apply in person for the position of Director of the New and Improved 2011 Census Form.

Your precise explanation of how to choose free and (?) winning lottery numbers is far less convoluted than the current tax form I am wrestling with.

Think of yourself in the new position as providing a much-needed benefit to man and womankind.


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nicomp 6 years ago from Ohio, USA Author

@drbj: Thank you for your kind words. I fear I am shackled by logic and ethics. It is verboten to enter the beltway with those qualities.


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TheQuestion 6 years ago from ?

this hub was entertaining

i think i will just stick with quick picks though since i read somewhere that you have slightly better odds with randomly drawn numbers

mind you

your odds still really, really really suck!

love your "tax" comment!


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freelancewriterva 6 years ago

This hub was pure entertainment. You are a genious. Thank you.


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nicomp 6 years ago from Ohio, USA Author

@freelancewriterva: Thanks, Dad!


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Kindacrazy 5 years ago from Tennessee

You almost had me until "those are your three numbers". What if you have a noon day drawing with 4 numbers? ;))


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nicomp 5 years ago from Ohio, USA Author

@Kindacrazy : Take the average of the previous three numbers. Truncate, do not round.


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nicomp 3 years ago from Ohio, USA Author

jon 2 days ago

i know we all dream of this!!!

how about making winning the lottery a reality

Jon's winning ways {redacted}

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