Personal EuroMillions Strategies
The Dream Scheme
According to Sam Weren, author of The National Lottery Book: Winning Strategies, dreams can be translated into a sequence of numbers that could help players discover a successful lottery formula. Weren provides readers with a list of themes that commonly occur in dreams as well as providing their corresponding number sequence. He suggests that readers should keep track of their dreams, check the number sequences and use the digits that appear most often in their EuroMillions lines. Take a look at some of the sequences below:
Birth of a baby: 7, 22, 32, 23 and 5
Christmas: 9, 42, 34, 32 and 43
Death of a friend: 22, 4, 49, 9 and 13
Hair loss: 10, 1, 20, 8 and 2
Swimming: 4, 20, 22, 2 and 48
Toothache: 3, 20, 21, 10 and 12
Weddings: 27, 9, 36, 45 and 3
The Pyramid Plan
The Pyramid Plan is a method of assigning numbers to letters in order to obtain a set of digits that parallels a name, place or word. Use the chart below to convert your name, location or even your favourite band into lucky numbers.
Perhaps use pairs of numbers to create larger digits. If you lived on Dean Street, you would choose 4, 5, 1, 5, 3, 4, 9, 5, 5 and 4. You can pair up the numbers to give you 45, 15, 34, 95 and 54 but, as the last two numbers are out of the range of the game, you could try adding the digits within them together to create a final line of EuroMillions main numbers reading 45, 15, 34, 14 and 9.
Some players like to include just one key number, or a Soul Path number, in every sequence. You can find your Soul Path number by adding together the digits of your birthday to make one number. If you were born on 20 October 1991, your birthday can be written numerically as 20/10/1991, in which case your Soul Path calculation would be (20 + 10) + (1 + 9) + (9 + 1) or 30 + 10 + 10 = 50. Should the final number from the calculation be above the highest number on the lottery number matrix, simply add the two digits together to bring it within the allowable numbers.