buy a million tickets. lol no stick with the same numbers all the time.
You can't actually increase your chances of having the winning ticket. However, for some lottery systems (those where you get to choose the numbers you play with) it can be a good strategy to pick numbers that aren't very popular among other players (popular are numbers like 33, 66 and so on). That means that IF you win, you have better chances of being the ONLY winner and not having to share the amount with others.
If only someone knew, then we'd all be rich don't you think? I've read that there is a guy who has won the lottery a few times and he offers to sell his strategy so may want to do a search for your question in one of the search engines and maybe you will find him and his technique that you could try.
Just keep playing them and hopefully one day it will happen.
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