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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Lottery System Reviews

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  • Gene

    Hi LG,
    Thanks for “letting me off the hook” so to speak. I thought it was me doing something wrong. I’ve bought several lottery systems over the years with promises and in-depth analysis capabilities. Never had any luck on them and always thought it was ME. This is a great service that you’re doing.
    Thanks much.

  • Rebecca Tilney

    Not won a single thing

  • Gene

    Following your advice, I was playing Fantasy 5 but have switched to “Weekly Winnings” with better odds and more chances to win. You pick 4 numbers out of 50. Was playing twice a week but changed to once a week doubling my bets to 15. Won $55 starting out. Looking forward to the next play. This IS fun. Top prize is $1000 a week for a year tax free. 2nd prize is $10,000, 3rd, $1000 and $50 for 3 numbers, $2 for 2 numbers. I really like this game. With Fantasy 5 I was getting maybe a $2 winner if that. Thanks again for the advice.

    • Mpho

      Hi Gene!

      Is good to have a breakthrough in your play, but what system are you using? I’m playing Powerball 5 numbers and Powerball, then Lotto 6 numbers but I dont win here in south africa.

      Please give me advice.

      • Gene

        I’m not using a system. Using a random number generator called Lottra that I got from Ebay. Random numbers just like the lottery draw.
        “Fantasy 5” odds are 749,398 to 1 to win top prize. Arizona “Weekly Winnings” is 230,300 to 1 to win top prize. Better odds to win even though prizes may be smaller. I could use $1000 a week for a year tax free. That would suit me fine.

  • Golden Joyner

    Yes, have you ever heard of LOTTOPROFITS? If so,please send me a reply, and let me know what you think of that system.

    • LG

      Yes, it’s just Lottery Crusher and Lottery Destroyer rehashed (“now with added Astrology!”) and sold under a different name.

      It’s also NOT just $5 – it’s actually $40 per month starting automatically 5 days after you pay the $5.

      And no, it’s not even worth the $5 🙂

  • Steve Loson

    Remember Robert Serotic? Won back to back the lottery in (I think) Yugoslavia , had publications, never heard from him ever again (circa 1980)

    thank you

    • Gray

      Yes, I sure do remember Robert Serotic. I still have some of his publications & books sent out from USA in the early 1980’s. One magazine had adverts for his wheeling calculator, which he was selling back then. I understand he is retired in the States now when I last had a look via Google for trace of him.

    • Gene

      I remember Serotic. I believe he was a statistician with a degree. He believed in playing balanced numbers, odd/even, low/high and used wheels. He published a book called, “Only Way to Win at Lotto”.

  • LJ Dawson

    i have read throughout the comments and i agree with the “lottery guy” reavealing the “secrets” of the lottery, but what i’ve read is mostly of which “systems” are good and which is nonsense, but since you “revealing” the secrets and knowing which systems are crap and which is not, but throughout the comments i dont see you “revealing” any useful “secrets” to win the lottery either unless a person buys your system also to find out its also just crap. the reality of the matter remains that any lottery game is completely random, i would like to state under correction that there may be 14000000 possibilities to every single draw or even more, in order for any person to really win they will have to spend 70 times as much as the particular jackpot in question to actually win it,that for me personally is ridiculous!! why spend 100000000 to win 50000000,in other words why spend $100 to win $50 it just don’t make sense, so for all the lottery systems out there including yours of educating people of which is good and which isn’t good to me it’s all just a bunch of crap, lotteries is designed for the goverments to get money from people by deceiving people with a false hope strategy game which you will never win, the goverments allow lotteries in their countries because its like holding a carrot in front of a donkey to let it move but the donkey will never get a chance to eat the damn carrot! $$$REAL LOTTERY GURU$$$

    • LG

      You sound a bit confused LJ..?

      Yes, this page is about system reviews. So that’s exactly what you find here (!).

      If you want tips, then why not get my free lottery tips here.

      Just bear in mind I don’t deal in the kind of nonsense most junk system sellers spout. I talk about Strategy, which will help you increase your chances of winning. No guaranteed winnings, no income from playing — because obviously it’s still a lottery! 🙂

      I don’t actually sell a ‘system’, so maybe you’re confusing me with someone else?

      • Mustafa

        A strategy is something you apply more than once to something else so lj is right lg. Your strategy is based on other peoples systems so you are right also. lg vs lj, I like the competition. Whoever’s insight and strategies makes me win the most when I play I’m for them.

      • LG

        Hey Mustafa,

        My Strategy is based on what can be proven to work, simple as that. I’m not aware of anyone else teaching the way I do?

        And I’m not sure LJ really had any insight to provide… other than don’t play because it’s just the Government deceiving us all..! 🙂

      • Mustafa

        Hey LG. I would like to say that when it’s gambling, sometimes reasoning takes a back seat to theories and to me everything is on the table. And as far as lj and the Governments go, the lottery could be one way to find silent wars without arousing suspicions. All in all it would be a thrill to win but if not hopefully the money that they say go to charities and schoopa actually do.

  • JV

    Is the “Lotwin” you have in the list the software? I like using that software although it really only does what you ask it to do. It doesn’t really increase your chances of winning, it just helps you eliminate all the possibilities YOU don’t think will win. It is overpriced though.

    • LG

      Yes, that’s the one.

      It’s basically your “grey area” analysis software, i.e. there’s no evidence it helps at all. It has lots of buttons you can push and can be fun to use, but it also encourages you to do things which don’t make any sense – like filtering around odds/evens, sums or consecutive numbers. They’re not saying those things help, but they’re not saying they don’t either…

  • Elle

    Hi LG

    I’m from South Africa, could you please recommend any system which can help in winning UK’s 49, South African Powerball and the lottery please. Thanks!

  • Kiran

    I’m in Italy and I used to play superenalotto. It’s 6/90, can you tell me which book or system should I buy?

  • Sandy Adams

    Hey Lottery Guy,

    As I must admit 90% of the fakes you mention I have purchased – the last being Lotto Crusher. I found an article on ‘Ezine Articles’ for a pick 3 workout system, please inform if it works. I would be content with a pick 3 proven system that works. I’m not trying to get the millions a few hundred weekly would suit me just fine. I await your needed response.

    • LG

      Hi Sandy

      The reason there are a lot of Pick 3 systems available is because you can basically make up any old rubbish and it will appear to work at times. Simply because the odds of being right (or ‘being close’) are so much higher for a game with so few combinations. My advice? Don’t believe the hype – nobody really makes an income from Pick 3 except the lottery company.

    • John

      Hey Sandy, just saw your post about the “Lotto Crusher”, I was considering purchasing it but it does not sound like you are too enthused about it. Is it just another worthless system? Would you mind telling me a little about it?
      Thanks

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