Lottery System & Software Reviews [2021]

I need to warn you up front – sadly, most systems out there are total junk. Seriously. So be prepared for some honest lottery system reviews… a lot of people aren’t going to like this…

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  • Mariana

    Do you know of lotto master formula by Garry G?

    You must test it to be listed in your list of good or bad guys to watch out for, so your readers can make an informed decision before buying.

    • Bridgette Williams

      He already said that this system was trash as well. I just looked at this site and heard his testimony and am a bit skeptical myself, but would be curious to know what he is really selling. Why don’t we all skype each other and talk in person and trade secrets of the lottery or something.

  • SB

    Thanks for your review of some lotto systems.

    I was planning to buy the Silver Lotto System or Inverted Lotto System. But after reading their dubious claims, now I cancelled my plans.

    Thanks for such an honest review.

  • Ben

    I’ve found Win Lotto Systems to be dreadful. Ran tests on national lottery and Euromillions over 1yr to 6 months. doing them both twice a week with a random shot of numbers (remember, no way of predicting numbers) I would have lost over £4000 on each of them, and would have recouped £1000 total. That’s £7000+ out of pocket. Winning 13% of what I put in isn’t any type of system, it’s fluff.

    I agree his book is mathematically accurate, but expected more.

    • LG

      I think you’re missing the point Ben.

      Win Lotto Systems is about winning small prizes while you wait for the bigger ones. So in your tests your losses have been reduced by £1,000. You could have lost £8,000! Test for another 6 months and you could hit a big prize, making the £8,000 irrelevant.

      If you’re looking for a ‘system’ to replace the luck element, then I’m sorry, but that just doesn’t exist.

  • Alan

    Ken Silver RFA (Relentless Focussed Action) – never give up even if it costs you thousands and takes 100 years! Never give up, RFA, Ken Silver a real conman or great salesman?

    RFA never give up then shows so called testimonials showing people who did not play but would have won? Mind tricks and psychology to keep people buying his system. And as he knows his system is junk, he tries to fool those who already bought by giving them false hope with his RFA type psychology and fake testimonials on those who lost out – conman or great marketer? Still feels like fraud whatever you call it.

  • Wyslee

    My further advice to you all is never buy any lottery system, no matter how good you think the system is. Save up your money to buy quick picks. You could be that lucky lottery winner one day.

  • Larry

    Great site Lottery Guy. As far as system sellers are concerned, they have professional writers that know just what to write that appeals to the cravings of lottery players. The ads promise one thing and after you receive it and use it, it does another. In the majority of cases there are no refunds. The best that the systems will do is give you ideas on how to formulate your own system. Don’t be fooled by it. Good luck and best wishes.

    • LG

      Thanks for your comments Larry, I appreciate it 🙂

      Now, hit that Facebook Like button (up the top there), and let’s save more people from buying junk lottery systems!

      Be Lucky.

  • Larry

    Hi Lottery Guy. Here’s one for you and those wishing to buy lottery systems.

    One of the ads that attempts to sell a ‘Steve Player’ system reads…
    “all you need are two numbers in the front, two in the back and one in the middle and you win the jackpot, with as few as 16 combinations, and you can play all the numbers. That’s all there is to it, a monkey can do it.”

    After you fall for it, and spend hundreds of dollars for a few worthless pieces of paper with no refund available. It goes on to say, of course to play the entire system you will have to spend $900, and play 900 combinations. Way beyond most people’s budget. Then it says, we can show you how to arrange the numbers a certain way to increase your chances of winning the jackpot.

    After a friend of mine showed it to me, I asked him when do you want me to start laughing. After laughing, I went on to say only a monkey would believe that horse manure. Then my friend asked me how many stupid people there are. I asked him if he was one of them. If there is a ‘Steve Player’, he must be laughing his head off at all the idiots that believe that a horse flies.

    Bst Wishes… Larry.

  • Ignacio Mitchell Cameron

    What do you think about the Robert Walsh Pick 4 system?

    • LG

      Pick 4 only has pretty small prizes anyway so isn’t a game I’d choose.

      But Robert’s system is all about analysing past results and trying to predict what happens next. Which is plain silly, as you can’t predict lottery games.

  • Bridgette Williams

    Okay I was wondering what do you think of the Lotto Pro software?

    • LG

      It’s got a couple of useful features such as checking results and printing tickets directly.

      Otherwise it’s fairly useless. As they proudly list in the features of the software – it picks numbers by ‘anaylsing past results’, and it ‘eliminates unlikely combinations’! Both of which don’t make any sense for a lottery 🙂

  • Guess Who

    Yes, a lot of people have fallen for Steve Player and his horse manure. I’m not one of them, but I can tell you he is living high off the hog because of them and not from his so called lottery winnings.

    Yes he wins lottery prizes from time to time, but if you would spend the amount of money he spends on the lottery, you would win once in awhile also. The thing to remember is when he buys lottery tickets he is buying them with your money not his.

    ‘FYI’ Steve player is not his real name. It is as phoney as he is!!!!

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