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Wheeling refers to the method used to incorporate more than 6 numbers into the number combinations you would like to play. Say, for example, you've chosen 7 favorite numbers to play in a Pick-6 Lotto. You can wheel these 7 numbers into different 6-number combinations and play these combinations so that all 7 numbers are included in your play.

HOT TIP: The key to winning more Lotto prizes is to use systems and strategies that lower the odds against you. Scientific number selection is very important, but wheeling is equally important. Wheeling Systems are scientific mathematical tools that dramatically improve your odds of winning. They should be used every time you play Lotto.

How does Wheeling reduce the odds?
Let's assume you have 7 favorite numbers. To cover every possible six-number combination of your seven numbers, you would have to play seven sets of six numbers. This is because one additional number can be combined with all six other numbers seven times, as shown below:
Game 1: 1-2-3-4-5-6
Game 2: 1-2-3-4-5-7
Game 3: 1-2-3-4-6-7
Game 4: 1-2-3-5-6-7
Game 5: 1-2-4-5-6-7
Game 6: 1-3-4-5-6-7
Game 7: 2-3-4-5-6-7

By adding just one extra number and making combinations with the other six, the odds against you, in a 6/49 game, drop from one in almost 14 million to one in less than 2 million, or 1,997,688 to be exact. The more numbers you wheel, the lower the odds and the greater your chances of winning.

Complete Wheels
There are two kinds of wheels: complete and abbreviated. Complete wheels contain all possible combinations of your original chosen numbers. This means that if the winning numbers are among your original numbers, you win!
The disadvantage of playing a complete wheel is obvious: it's extremely expensive to play all the possible combinations of your chosen numbers. The chart below shows just how many combinations there are - and how expensive playing complete wheels can be.

Balls Combinations   Balls Combinations   Balls Combinations
6 1 21 54,265 36 1,947,792
7 7 22 74,613 37 2,324,784
8 28 23 100,947 38 2,760,681
9 84 24 134,596 39 3,262,623
10 210 25 177,100 40 3,838,380
11 462 26 230,230 41 4,496,388
12 924 27 296,010 42 5,245,786
13 1,716 28 376,740 43 6,096,454
14 3,003 29 475,020 44 7,059,052
15 5,005 30 593,775 45 8,145,060
16 8,008 31 736,281 46 9,366,819
17 12,376 32 906,192 47 10,737,573
18 18,564 33 1,017,568 48 12,271,512
19 27,132 34 1,344,904 49 13,983,816
20 38,760 35 1,623,160  

Abbreviated Wheeling
Abbreviated Wheeling systems were originally designed by an Austrian mathematician named Dimitrov. These systems provide you with a good chance of winning - without having to bet every possible combination.
Lotto experts like Gail Howard and Professor Jones highly recommend abbreviated wheeling systems because they allow you to choose several Lotto numbers and play scientific combinations of these numbers to get a specific win guarantee. Basically - depending on the wheel you use - if some or all of your chosen numbers are among the winning numbers, you can win at the very least one or more lower division prizes. At best, you can win the Jackpot plus multiple lower division prizes!
"Wheeling arranges your chosen Lotto numbers into scientifically determined sets of six that give you the highest probability of winning a prize, and guarantees one specific minimum prize if some or all of the winning numbers are in that group," Howard explains.
The object of an abbreviated wheeling system is to create 6-number combinations that give you the most efficient coverage of your group of chosen numbers.

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NOTE: These numbers are scientifically determined - you can't just play any old combinations that you like. If you were to take a group of Lotto numbers and create your own sets of six numbers in the same amount of combinations, you would not have the most efficient coverage of your group of numbers and you would not have a win guarantee.
Before you decide which one you'd like to use, Lottery expert Professor Jones advises you consider these 3 factors:

Numbers Wheeled
How many numbers would you like to wheel? If you have 10 favorite numbers, look for a wheeling system that utilizes 10 numbers.

Combinations Created
How many combinations would you like to play? Each wheel is different, and produces a certain number of combinations to be played. Say you want to play 10 numbers in 6 combinations. Look for the corresponding wheel, and that's the one to choose.

Confidence Level
This refers to how many of your original numbers must come out in the draw in order for you to have a win. Each abbreviated wheel has a certain minimum assurance of winning or minimum win guarantee. This refers to the minimum (or smallest) prize you are guaranteed to win if any or all of your chosen numbers are among the winning numbers in the draw.
Gail Howard's Balanced Wheels, for example, have - aside from 6 out of 6 Full Wheels - five categories, which are distinguished by their minimum win guarantees. These are 5 out of 5, 4 out of 4, 5 out of 6, 4 out of 5, and 4 out of 6 systems.

&187; The 5 out of 5 Balanced Wheels guarantee at least one five-number prize if five of the six winning numbers are in your wheeled group
&187; The 4 out of 4 Balanced Wheels guarantee at least one four-number prize if four of the six winning numbers are in your wheeled group.
&187; The 5 out of 6 Balanced Wheels guarantee at least one five-number prize if all six winning numbers are in your wheeled group.
&187; The 4 out of 5 Balanced Wheels guarantee at least one four-number prize if five of the six winning numbers are in your wheeled group.
&187; The 4 out of 6 Balanced Wheels guarantee at least one four-number prize if all six winning numbers are in your wheeled group.

Remember, these are only the minimum prizes you're guaranteed to win. If the 6 winning numbers are among your original chosen numbers, you can easily win a Jackpot plus several lower division prizes!

Basically, it's best to look through the different wheeling systems available and choose the one that most suits your needs.

Wheeling Strategies
Some people believe that if they could just get their hands on a system that wheels every possible combination of all the numbers in their Lotto game, they could win the Jackpot. The premise is correct. But unless you have millions to invest in tickets, forget the idea.
HOT TIP: To get more leverage for your money, the optimum number of numbers to wheel is close to half, but not to exceed 4 or 5 numbers more than half the numbers in your game. Otherwise, you'll be spending MORE money chasing a SMALLER guaranteed prize.
Other Wheeling Tips from Gail Howard

1. Play your numbers in several Wheels
There are smarter ways to play ALL the numbers. When all the numbers in the game are played using SEVERAL wheels, your money does not lose leverage. On the contrary, by using several wheels you have several minimum win guarantees, as opposed to using one large system that wheels ALL the numbers in the game and guarantees one minimum prize.
"I don't recommend making many small wheels just for the sake of using multiple wheels. It's a bad risk for a large investment of cash. When many small wheels are used, the winning numbers are less likely to come together in one wheel, resulting in a costly disappointment. Spending $6 on one 12-number wheel is not a big risk. But risking $60 on TEN 12-number wheels is a waste of money that could be put to better use with a wheeling strategy. The $60 would be better spent on ONE 19-number wheel. In a 6/49 Lotto game, for example, the odds of trapping six winning numbers in a 12-number wheel are one in 15, 134; whereas the odds of trapping six winning numbers in a 19-number wheel are one in 515.

2. By pooling your money with others, you can afford to wheel more numbers, play more expensive systems, or play several wheels
Whether your pool has a few dollars or a few thousand to invest in Lotto tickets, there are strategies you can use to make the most of what you have. If your pool's budget is very small, it would be better to play a larger wheeling system once a month-or when the Jackpot is big-or when the numbers look good rather than using one small wheel every drawing.
"Lotto pools with rich coffers---those eager and willing to spend hundreds of dollars on tickets for just one drawing when the Jackpot is big-may want to consider the following options. For approximately the same amount of money it would cost to wheel 30 numbers ONCE, you could wheel 25 numbers THREE times and you would be wheeling 75 numbers, not just 30!"
Remember: When you form a Lotto pool and share the ticket cost and the winnings with others, your group is also pooling its aggregate luck. A Jackpot could happen because of the luck just one of the members brings to your pool.
Select your partners carefully when deciding whom you want to include in your group. Share your luck with winners, not losers. Avoid negative people who always see the glass half-empty. Not only are they unlucky, but they dampen enthusiasm and drain energy from others.

3. When using multiple wheels, DO NOT give equal play time to all the Lotto numbers
Even when wheeling all the numbers in the game, it is still important to choose the strongest numbers and wheel them with other numbers.
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