Lottery System Reviews

I need to warn you up front – sadly, nearly every system out there is total junk. Seriously. So be prepared for some honest lottery system revie…

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  • Mike.O

    All said and done all the online programmers have their carrots to dangle. I’m with you on one thing if they have anything to offer all they have to do is put up their results of what their programs claim to do, I know they would argue that they would be doing the work for you, but they could do this when the tills close and before the lottery is drawn that way justice will serve their claims.

    Personally I think the best way to play any lottery is to eliminate the field, playing with 25/30 numbers is the way to go, anything else is [ as is ] hit and miss.

    Regards, Mike

  • Bee

    On your recommendation I bought the winning more book. It’s basically a lottery history book. I really don’t know if I learnt anything promising. Just got disappointed that I may never win anything.

    But it’s a solid book as you said. No bluff only stuff. But doesn’t tell you how to win, while tells you how to win more when you do win by avoiding foolish strategies.

    • LG

      Hey Bee,

      Thanks for your comment. Sounds like you did get something useful out of the book though.

      I think the important thing to remember is that playing the lottery is entertainment. And compared to a lot of things it’s actually very good value in those terms alone. With the added bonus that it could change your life. Not a lot of hobbies can promise that 🙂

  • Bibel

    “The Lotto Black Book – Larry Blair got shot in the foot…”

    Why not shot in the head?

  • Chris Love

    Thanks for your good reviews and inputs. After your review of Magayo Lotto, I decided not to go there. Do you know of any good program for the California Daily 3? You can email me.

    • LG

      Hey Chris

      Pick 3 is not really a good game choice to be honest – it’s more like a slot machine. Meaning that even when you win the jackpot, it just gets put back in again, and you can never win big enough.

      Those people selling Pick 3 systems make their money selling systems, not playing Pick 3. Nobody genuinely makes an income out of the game, except the lottery company of course :-).

      You can get my free tips here for more help on choosing the right game to start with.

  • Jeff

    This is sooo interesting and thanks for sharing this. I was about to get me that pick 6 lottery system from that guy called the Inverted Lottery System, and the other one called Lotto Master Formula, but now that you said they’re crap, I won’t. I have to admit though that I got this new pick 3 system 3 weeks ago and I won 2 times straight and 3 times boxed playing online, and I just got this pick 4 system from the same guy, will let you know if it works too.


    • LG

      Hi Jeff

      Glad I was able to help.

      Sorry to burst your bubble on the Pick 3 system though. Testing a system for 3 weeks doesn’t really tell you anything at all. If you really want to test it properly, get the full history of the game, and apply this ‘system’ to every draw as if you were playing it. Then compare those results with your expected results from luck alone. (Then wonder why the person selling this sytem didn’t do exactly that…)

  • Larry

    Hi Lottery Guy. In reference to Jeff. You make an excellent point. Also, how do we know that Jeff isn’t someone who is attempting to use your site to sell a system or someone else’s system? Have a great day.

  • Thomas

    Hello there, I’m wondering what you think of the Delta Lottery System .
    I haven’t used it yet, but it appeals to me a lot.
    Would love to hear what you think.
    All the best.

    • LG

      Hi Thomas

      It’s on my Bad list I’m afraid. It’s one of those things that sounds mathematically clever, but doesn’t actually do anything useful…

      Any system that is based on picking combinations that make certain patterns (because ‘more combinations make those patterns’) is fundamentally flawed.

      You win nothing for matching the same pattern as the winning numbers. Only matching the actual numbers.

      So using ‘deltas’ will not make any difference to your chances of winning.

  • Ronald Smith

    Have you heard of Lottery Audit being advertised on the internet, and what do you think of it?
    Best Regards
    Ron smith

  • Ronald Smith

    I have been doing the UK lottery scratch cards for a year now with a small syndicate, and so far the most we have won is £100. Are they a waste of time? I have never known of anyone winning big. What do you think?
    Great site.
    best regards
    Ron Smith.

    • LG

      Hi Ronald

      They’re not a waste of time, people do win every week – they usually wait till all the top prizes are won before withdrawing a scratch card from sale. (And sometimes continue to sell them when there are no big prizes left too…).

      Just make sure you do your research first before deciding which cards to play. Compare the odds, jackpot amounts, number of prizes available – and especially, number of big prizes remaining. No point buying a card where all or most of the big prizes have gone, when you can choose a different one and still have 5 or 10 big prizes to be won. All that information should be available on the official UK Lotto site – but contact them if not, they will tell you.

  • Wayne

    Do they still have the post office lottery in the UK?
    You can get your money back if you don’t win, as I recall.
    I bought tickets when I was there. But they kicked me
    out when they found out I was a US citizen and living here.


    Wayne Horne

    • LG

      That sounds like you mean the ‘Premium Bonds’ – which do still exist, and they are kind of a like lottery. Well, maybe more of a raffle type thing. They invest the money (securely) and create the prize pool from the returns. Big prizes but it’s only drawn once a month, and your odds aren’t too good for the big prize.

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