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Glen Hooke Developer of Formula One Lottery System Assessment
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Many authors of lottery systems are not actually players, Glen Hooke is. That is what led him to help create the Formula One Lottery system. The story of Glen Hooke could happen to anyone. But unlike many others might have, he took advantage of it.

Like most of us, Glen Hooke was just an everyday person. His success rate was not very high even though he loved to play the lottery. While determining which numbers to pick, he tried the same things most players do. He would get lucky numbers from family members. He would use lines and diagonals that looked good on paper.

Glen Hooke would even try writing down all the numbers and pulling them out of a hat. Trying to dream of numbers at night was another thing he tried. How many of us have done these same things?

Doubting what he was doing, Glen Hooke wondered if he was just wasting his time and money. After being $28,000 down in 5 years, it had gotten to the point that he felt he needed to quit playing. Then a chance meeting changed his life and could actually change yours too.

At a bar one night, Glen Hooke sat down next to a man he didnít know. The lottery drawing came on TV and they both began to check their tickets. Glen Hooke hit only one number, not unusual for him. He noticed that the man sitting next to him began to smile as the numbers were revealed.

At this point, Glen Hooke had to ask him how he did. The man replied that he had selected 5 out of 6 numbers. Impressed, Glen asked the man how much money he had won. Surprisingly, he responded that he hadn't won anything. It was just a hobby to find out how many correct numbers he could choose the man stated.

Very interested, Glen Hooke began to ask questions and discovered that the man was a math professor at a nearby university. The professor admitted he was using a formula that he had developed that would produce the winning numbers in 8 of 10 games. He had spent over 27 years compiling information and statistics for over 50 games worldwide.

Glen Hooke worked as IT expert and began to see the possibilities of using this formula to develop a winning lottery system. No only could he help himself but he could help others.

After talking to the professor over a period of many weeks, Glen Hooke convinced him to let him use his formula. After actually trying it himself, he knew that with the professorís formula and his ability to transfer it to easy to use software, it could become a great success. He was correct about this.

Glen Hooke worked with other computer programmers over the next 5 years to create his system. It turned out to be a very complex undertaking. Glen and the programmers were faced with the task of gathering 27 years of the professor's research and making into a system that he had dreamed of. He and the professor then decided to field test it with a group of randomly chosen players to see what the results would be.

Because the findings were so successful, their work became known as the Formula One Lottery System. Their information and research can now be used by everyone. The story of Glenn Hooke is a remarkable one from which we should all learn from and use.

Please visit Glen Hooke and read more about his exciting Formula 1 Lotto System, Thank You.

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