Maybe up to a max of 10, otherwise to many people and make any small wins pointless.Fisher said:Would anyone else like to join our (rather quite successful) Lottery syndicate?
6 of us going so far.
Costs £1 a week.
Yeah that is very true Cameron. I would prob not bother if more than 10 people do join but can deal with they at the time.Fisher said:Not nesercarily...
I would genuinely be happy with even just 10k!
That would buy my new bike, pay for the insurance, tax, petrol, and servicing for quite a couple years...
I dunno our chance is the same as every other person who is playing.MrWhite said:the likelihood of us winning is minimal, Scott. i'd be happy with £16 to brim the tank. wouldn't you?
So why do you bother? I like to look at life from an optamistic point of view. Also no matter how many tickets are bought a single person buying 1 ticket the odds are the same, 14million to 1 is based on combinations of numbers and nothing to do with how many people buy tickets.MrWhite said:so 14,000,000 individual people play the lottery every week, many buy multiple tickets. take into account the National Lottery Fund...
yeah you're looking at a piss-poor chance of winning a pot of piss.
10k each would be 100k between 10 so if only 6 of you would get an extra 6k!Fisher said:Hey, if you won 10k each.
Then £600 less isn't going to be hugely noticed.
I would still be happy none the less.
More players = more lines we have and therefore a better chance of winning.
Right... well... whoever posted that first post was confusing ><10k each would be 100k between 10 so if only 6 of you would get an extra 6k!
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