That rollover jackpot is getting huge again, which tends to get people thinking creatively about what happens if you buy a Powerball ticket in another state… i.e. typically, can you escape paying your own states higher tax rate!? Before I … Continue reading →
The short answer to have the same lottery numbers been drawn twice – is yes, they have! But that probably isn’t the answer you really wanted ? The proper answer depends on which lottery game you are asking about. Because … Continue reading →
Normally when we buy a lottery ticket, we buy more than one combination on a single ticket. In fact it’s pretty rare for people to buy just one entry. But what happens if more than one of your entries wins … Continue reading →
There are 2 main ways to answer this question. Because it really depends enormously on which lottery game you are playing. So let’s go for the quick and easy answer first. If that leaves you wanting more then you can … Continue reading →
Lottery Looper Review
Sometimes you just need a tool that is good at analysing lottery results. Something without too many bells and whistles. And something that is well designed and easy to use.
Well, I think I've finally found that tool in Lottery Looper, published by Timersoft.
Now 'Looper', as I shall affectionately refer to it, didn't happen overnight. It's an evolution from a tool called 'Lotto Logic' available since at least May 2000 (possibly even earlier), which is still available incidentally. Looper is the new kid on the block though and the one under active development.
What Does It Do?
Lottery Looper is all about analysis. You load it up with past results, and it helps you to spot trends and patterns that help you pick your numbers.
My Review Of Win Lotto Systems by Prof William Foster
Do you know the biggest problem there is with winning the lottery?
It's number coverage.
How many times have you looked at your ticket and thought "damn, I've got most of the numbers, but they are all split over different lines". So you end up winning nothing as a result!
That's why the Win Lotto Systems approach is so much better. It's all about maximising coverage of your numbers, so that you get more winning numbers on the same line. No, that doesn't mean you're going to be winning jackpots every week. That's not what this system is about.
What it means is winning more smaller prizes more often.
And that's important for 2 reasons:-Read the rest here
Lotto Guy Lottery System Review
There's two things I need to point out about this system up front:-
But putting aside the dodgy positive reviews and sly name similarity (both of which are legally questionable), let's take a look at what the Lotto Guy Lottery System actually offers.
This system is published by Brent Morand from Calgary in Canada. It's basically a number picking strategy, that borrows heavily from other systems (e.g. Gail Howard). There is no software or manual, as this is basically a one page suggestion on how to pick numbers. In it's favor, this does make it easy to understand!Read the rest here
My Review Of The 'Winslips Lottery System' by Stefan Vandervelde
Winslips is the all new and improved version of both the popular 'Inverted Lottery System', and the lesser known 'One-Ticket System'.
But you can't buy either of those products now. Why?
Because this new one is supposed to be better than both of them put together - so let's find out if that's really true.
So What Is It Exactly?
It's basically software to help you pick better lottery numbers. But it promises 3 very important differences:-
So as I review how it works, I'll be specifically looking out for these 3 things -- and holding it up to these promises.Read the rest here
Formula 1 Lotto System (by Glen Hooke) Review
OK, this better be good - with that claim of nearly 9 wins out of every 10 plays, I'm expecting great things from Glen's Formula 1 system.
Now Glen developed this system a few years back as a result of meeting an MIT Professor in a bar. The lottery results came up on the TV, and Glen noticed the Professor matched 5 numbers. Now that doesn't sound so crazy, except that the Professor didn't actually buy tickets - he was just matching 5 out of 6 numbers for the fun of it! (Not wanting to take advantage by using his professional skills..?)
So naturally, Glen wanted to get to know this guy pretty quick before he disappeared from the bar. You'd buy this guy a drink in a heartbeat, right?
It was actually after an hour of questions later that he discovered this guy was a Professor from the nearby University, and that over a period of 27 years he had come up with a way to get at least some kind of a win more than 80% of the time. That's crazy good if you weren't sure!Read the rest here