Question: What is the absolute minimum I need to do your training for the lottery? I am tight on cash and can not afford it.
Answer 1: This is a terrible thing for me to say from a business stand point, but if you are tight on cash, forget about my coaching! Just follow my daily predictions for New York. I post every night in my forum at aanewyork.com. The post is good for the following day (both midday and evening drawings). If you are not in NY, it helps if you have a 5dimes account (you can play any state from 5dimes). I say that because the new 4-Way Match Report program had 5 hits (172, 360, 843, 165, 367) from July 14 to July 17. That’s 5 hits in 4 days! See for yourself:
Yes, there are many numbers on those playlists, but you can focus on just one of the lists (the 4-way or 3-way list) and play some of the numbers from that list. Tthis assumes you have your own method of picking numbers as well. Or you can use some of the FREE strategies I have posted. (See the links on pick3programs.com to find free strategies I have posted in the past.)
Do this for a while and once you get a few hits or get back on your feet financially, then you can look into taking my coaching program.
Answer 2: Now this will be a little harsh, but here it goes. If you are low on cash, playing the lottery should be the last thing on your mind. If you are struggling financially, forget about Pick 3. Playing the game is something you do with the extra money you have laying around AFTER you have taken care of your bills, rent, food, and other necessities.
A while back I was in this situation: no job and no money. Things looked pretty hopeless. I was at a very low point in my life. It was very depressing. My goal at that point was NOT playing a game of chance to improve my situation. I am too much of a realist for that fantasy.
Guess what I focused on instead? Finding a job. Actually, finding a job became my job. That’s the part a lot of unemployed people don’t get or don’t want to accept; finding a job has to become your job. You have to keep setting up job interviews despite the fact that you got a NO in that last 10 interviews! Its hard work and requires persistence. You have to stick with it and keep pushing until you find a job to take care of your self.
After you find a steady way of making money (a job), then and only then should you look into playing Pick 3, and if possible, taking my coaching. These are not things most people want to hear, but it’s the truth.
Answer 3: Playing Pick 3 is a luxury, not a necessity. And here is the rule; Always take care of your necessities first. Indulge in luxuries second.