The National Lottery was launched on 14th November 1994 and immediately captured the imagination of the public. It has retained popularity and the publication of this book marks its fifth anniversary. Is there any skill for the player? How much has been won and by whom? How do you organize a syndicate? What are the best numbers to pick? All these questions are answered in this handy pocket-sized book which is essential for anyone who ever buys a ticket. Many common myths are dispelled in this comprehensive book which captures the excitement of the lottery but also looks at the human interest, records, pitfalls and unusual facts have have arisen from a national insititution. A chapter on the lottery and your stars will interest all who study numberology, astrology or just want to feel 'lucky'. The author, Paul Lamford, has written extensively on games of chance. He is author of The Amazing Book of Casino Games, contributor to The Times Challenge of the Mind and a member of Radio 4's Puzzle Panel. He is current British Men's Team Championship at Bridge and has been British Backgammon Champion.
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