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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  • Bobby

    Hey Lottery Guy,

    Have you ever heard from anyone about this guy ‘Steve Player’? I have a funny feeling about this expensive software that it is unjust and unproven that anyone has ever won anything. Let me know.

    • LG

      Hey Bobby

      Already on the list :-). But you’re right, they’re either very expensive wheeling systems, or predictions. If you want wheels get Bluskov’s book for a heck of a lot less money. And as for the predictions, well, if you give enough different predictions to enough people then somebody is going to win something… just like if enough people buy quick picks…

      • Steve West

        Hi Lottery Guy,

        Well written about these system sellers… Mike Bennet got me sucked in through a guy called Brad Miller unless they are the same. The whole software package looked good but it was faulty on some of the cold numbers, it just didnt load cold numbers. Anyway I emailed the support centre and they agreed to help, but they never did. I emailed them for 8 weeks hoping they would get back to me, and they did but always kept asking the same question. I told them in the past dozen emails what was wrong, and still they never helped. They just kept replying by asking me how could they help me?! A big load of bs…

        By the way, the rest of the software worked, however I never made any more money than I did in getting shop picked lotto tickets..! Mikes Bennets system is bs.

    • Larry

      Hi Lottery Guy. In response to Bobby. As far as Steve Player’s lottery systems are concerned. If you stand behind a horse long enough at a distance you’ll see first hand what his systems are. You won’t get it straight from the horse’s mouth, you’ll get it from it’s rear. All the wheeling systems and scenarios that you want are at betstarter.com. There’s no need to spend money on anyone else’s systems or gimmicks. Have a great day.

    • T $

      I purchased Steve Players Red list book ($295.00) hit 11 drawings in a row 9 straight by playing 8 numbers, but then the system DIED in NY… something tells me it was the NY lottery that stopped it from working!

      • LG

        If it ‘worked’ for a while then didn’t work anymore, isn’t it more likely to just be down to pure luck..?

      • Larry

        In response to ‘T $’ and Steve Player systems. It was just a fluke and a sequence of luck. There is no system that will reduce the amount of combinations in whatever game you’re playing. Don’t begin ordering Steve Player Systems as if there’s no tomorrow. They’re ridiculously priced different variations of wheeling systems. Trust, but always verify.

      • Val

        I purchased this about 10 years ago and it was a pile of &^(& !! But I only spent $100.00. Consider yourself LUCKY that you won anything, as I never did!

  • Bobby

    Hey have you or anyone else ever tried or played with this system by McCracken Software called The Lottery Picker 9? Give me your feedback. They are way over-priced, and I tried it and never hit anything back in 2006 – 2008.

    My system crashed and when I requested to redownload they wanted me to pay again. Now they have it where you are with it for life once you buy it. But, I still don’t hear about anyone finally winning anything with this sytem to date.

    • Rosie Guerrero

      Hi there,

      Sounds like you are being held hostage literally. Too bad you cannot get out of this contract. They must need the money. If it did not work back then, it probably will not work for you now. I’m sorry we always have to learn the hard way. I did the same thing. A few years ago, I signed up for Ken Silvers Lottery System. Was not happy with it so I cancelled my subscription. Then about a month ago, I signed up again. The problem was that they never gave me a password to sign in to the members site at all after I paid. So, I cancelled it again and vow never to sign up for that crummy website. Do you have a Better Business Bureau? If I were you, I would report them and their website if they have one. Thanks for the warning.

    • James

      Simply change your account or cancel it. That’s the best way to get out of the contract

  • Rosie Guerrero

    I used about 4 of these systems. Ken Silver, after I paid for his Lottery System, I couldn’t even sign into his wonderful website for members. And I was never given a password. Winslips, Steve Player is so over priced. I have tried Gail Howards Lottery Wheels. Too many to choose from and so confusing. Win-Track is also over priced to even get on their system. I am glad I never sent or paid for these systems. Paul Connor is a flat out ****. And stay away from Ace Lee’s Lottery Formula 1 Lotto System. It never worked for me period. After 3 months of trying I never got any winning numbers period. Honest people online and all we get for our money is a bunch of baloney from dishonest people who happen to be really good liars. Thanks for the info, I only wish I had read it sooner.

  • Saquib

    Just fyi as with many things these days I was skeptical even with reading your good & bad reviews, but I bit the bullet and bought Win Lotto Systems since it was on your ‘good review’ list. After just 2 days of playing his system, I’ve won $515! That’s never happened before, so no complaints on my end… thanks for the advice!

    • Bobby

      Hey Saquib,

      Did you really hit something honestly? 47 dollars ia a lot for a guy that don’t have job right now. Gail Howard’s system has gotten me nowhere at all and have never hit nothing at all after 6 years. I play my US state cash 5 game with 1 – 39 numbers, no powerball number in this game, just 5 white balls. I know the odds are 1 in 575,000,757. to win. If this guys system is for real and you really hit reply back.

      • Saquib

        Hi Bobby. Yes, honestly I’ve won $515 so far plus a smattering of free replays. Now mind you, Will’s system is designed to hit the smaller prizes over a longer, more consistent period of time. He admits himself he hasn’t hit ‘the big one’ yet, but he’s been consistently winning the smaller prizes on a regular basis. This really is my first week of trying it out, so we’ll see how consistent it is. I’ve heard nothing but bad about Gail Howard’s system.

  • Nemes Norbert

    Hi, what about Richard Lustig’s book? Is it OK to buy?

  • Larry

    In reply to Shannon Beach. There is no lottery system that will guarantee you anything. If there is such a system, no one in their right mind would make it available. The only system that will guarantee a win is the system where you must play every possible combination in the game that you are playing. You’ll quickly discover that by doing so it simply isn’t profitable. In the words of Steve Player “if it wasn’t true i legally wouldn’t be able to print it”. It’s a phrase that he uses quite often to attempt to sell you his expensive and ineffective systems.

  • Andrew

    Q 1. Does anyone have familiarity with ‘ Dr. Z’s 6/49 lotto guidebook(1986).

    Q 2. Hospital Lotteries can seem enticing. However the manual drawing method of entries from a clear plastic rotated barrel, then picked by whomevers arm length/hand, makes me wonder if an equitable chance/randomness is truly afforded. Would welcome any feedback on this.

  • Nancy

    Wish I had found your site years ago. Not only did I buy Gail Howard’s books and software, I also bought Lotto Pro. Won a (very) little using the Howard software, nothing with Lotto Pro.

    The Bluskov book I bought about a year ago, will have to dig it out…

  • Robert

    Hi friends, seems like when I’m broke these so call “Guranteed” systems look better everytime, the system knows how to keep the brother down literally. I’m at a cliff now trying to buy the “Sniperpick3” for $37. I’ve wasted hundreds of dollars on so called sure winners, scams I see that now, please give me feedback on the “Sniperpick3” thanks in advance.

    • LG

      You mean Pick 3 Sniper? If so, it’s already listed in my ‘Bad’ section above. So I’d save your $37 πŸ™‚

      But honestly, why play Pick 3 at all?

      Nobody makes an income playing Pick 3, despite the claims (they really don’t!). Instead, choose a game where you can actually win a life changing sum. Those games have the smaller prizes Pick 3 offers anyway.

  • Abby

    I disagree with you… it seems that you had a negative analyzation on almost all the lottery programs… actually the lottery is random — a fact… and those systems can increase our luck to win something… so its ok for all the systems.

    • LG

      Hi Abby,

      But none of these systems claim to improve your ‘luck’. They claim to do things like predict the future results. Something which is fundamentally impossible for a game that, as you say, is random. And something which nobody has ever proven can be done in the entire history of lottery games. Yet they are still happy selling stuff that claims it can?

      So I’m not sure what you’re disagreeing with? πŸ™‚

    • Larry

      In response to Abby. The Lottery Guy is absolutely right beyond any reasonable doubt to a moral certainty concerning a random event.There is no one on the surface of the earth that can effect or control the outcome of a random event, such a being is not among us. The reason that they the sellers of lottery systems continue to sell horse manure is because people continue to buy it. A client representing himself in court is his own fool. The same can be said about system sellers of lotteries. A system seller without a customer is his own fool. Don’t let them make a fool out of you. Don’t buy it, and let the system sellers make fools out of themselves, instead of you. Don’t buy the horse manure that they are attempting to sell you with their glamorous advertising.

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