Proof of Gail Howard's Lottery Jackpot Winners
Because Gail Howard's lotto software and lottery books have won an incredible number of first prize jackpots, her cynical critics (and envious competitors) would like to have you believe that her claims are not true.
To permanently silence disparaging remarks made by a few critics and competitors, we posted on our website dozens of cover stories about Gail Howard's jackpot winners, stories that have appeared in newspapers and lottery magazines from 1985 to 2010. With all this compelling evidence, no reasonable person will doubt the veracity of her claims.
As you click on each picture and read each story, you will find jackpot winners who won with Gail Howard's lottery systems in 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001 and 2000 as well as every year throughout the 1990's and 1980's.
Gail Howard is the only lottery expert in the world whose lotto jackpot winning systems have actually won millions of dollars for dozens of real people. As far as it is known in the entire lottery industry worldwide, no other lottery expert can make that claim.
(Beware of misleading claims by lottery "experts" who boast they "predicted," "suggested," "wheeled," "picked" or "recommended" jackpots - when no money was actually won by anybody!)
Not one lottery competitor can honestly claim to have made dozens of people rich and back it up with proof as Gail Howard does.
You may have noticed that competitors are always comparing their systems to Gail Howard's. They disparage hers and claim theirs are superior, yet their systems never win jackpots! These competitors simply use Gail Howard's name and her success to ride on her coattails.
Proof of the best lottery systems is the number of jackpots won with them — fully documented, of course. If the competitor's systems have not won any jackpots, then the claim to being the best is just a sales pitch, empty hype — such as bragging about "tight wheels" (which never won a single jackpot).
106 First Prize Lottery Jackpots Worth $101,438,493 Won With Gail Howard's Lotto Systems
Most of Gail Howard's jackpot winners are convinced they will win another Big One soon... and some of them have. Two of Gail Howard's jackpot winners have won THREE first prize lotto jackpots each. And three of Gail Howard's lottery winners have won TWO first prize lotto jackpots each.
Every single year since 1985, lottery jackpot winners have credited Gail Howard for their first prize wins. Their stories in newspaper and magazine articles appear on this web site when lottery jackpot winners come forward with lotto winning testimonials, photos and proof of their wins.
We heard that members of lottery message boards had questioned why we went so long without updating the number of jackpots won with Gail Howard's systems and strategies.
Frankly, we didn't think it was that important since Gail Howard is light years ahead of any of her competitors.
To satisfy the curious online lottery jackpot bean counters, we added them up. Since we had previously posted 74 jackpot winners had won $97 million, 27 more first-prize jackpot winners have won an additional $3,980,707, which averages $147,434 per winner. Since then, more winners have been added, upping the total to 106 lottery winners for a total of 101,438,493 million dollars.
Why is the average per capita win so low? Most of the recent jackpot wins have been in the cash 5 games, which Gail Howard recommends above all other types of lotto games in her lottery literature.
The smallest jackpot prize paid $13,325 to a 5/26 Florida Fantasy 5 winner in 1994, a game that had the nation's lowest lotto jackpot odds — one chance in 65,780. When you compare the odds of 1 chance in 35 of getting a direct hit in Roulette to the lotto game with the lowest odds of 65,780, winning even a 5/26 lotto game is quite a feat.
Winning a lotto jackpot is not easy. There is no such thing as a guaranteed jackpot win — unless you buy every possible combination. (The 5/26 game just mentioned would cost you $65,780.00 in tickets for just one drawing — and then you may have to split the prize with other winners.)
No ethical person selling a lottery product will guarantee you will win the lottery. Only a con artist would make such a claim. Gail Howard's lottery systems reduce the odds, but no system can eliminate the odds entirely, or there would be no lotteries.
In spite of all her jackpot winners, Gail Howard makes no wild advertising claims, nor does she promise the impossible with false hype. That is one reason why Gail Howard is the most respected name in the lottery systems industry.
A New Jersey member of the lottery chat room, Lottery Post Forum, found it impossible to believe that Gail Howard has all these jackpot winners, so he assumed it was not true -- not bothering to check out her web site. He stated on Lottery Post: "Anyone who is selling software with that claim is scamming you. If it worked so well, they wouldn't sell it; they would simply keep winning lotteries and keeping the money. That's what I would do, and if you think about it, so would you." This is the typical attitude of selfish people who view others through their own inadequacies.
We often hear, "If Gail Howard's lottery systems are so good, why is she selling them? Why not keep them for herself?" The answer is: There are hundreds of jackpots up for grabs each week and no one can corner the market on winning lottery jackpots. Gail loves helping others win lotto, sharing their joy and welcoming another very special person to the exclusive Club of Gail Howard Lottery Jackpot Winners.
Although Gail has made dozens of people rich, she herself has not won a first prize jackpot - and neither have the authors of the hundreds of other lottery books and lottery software programs sold in stores and on the internet.
However, before moving to Nevada (a state without a lottery), Gail Howard won 72 pick-6 lotto prizes in one year in the New York Lotto game, dramatically beating the odds. See the verification that Gail won seven pick-6 lotto prizes in ONE drawing here: Multiple Prize Wins and Degrees of Luck.