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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  • Bridgette Williams

    Are you familiar with It guarantees you 2 out of 3 as a win. Some of the information is free, while they sell two programs from 99 to 199 for pick 3 and four. A guy on lottery post swears by it completely and recommended it. I really want a decent program that will give me small wins, without me having to spend over fifty or have to purchase thirty tickets to get any money.


    • LG

      Hmm, not sure what site you mean, but I wouldn’t recommend Pick 3 (or most Pick 4 games) as a good choice to play anyway. The big prizes are just too small – more on that in how to win the pick 3 lottery.

      And I wouldn’t necessarily follow a recommendation on Lottery Post – there are a fair amount of foaming at the mouth fervent believers in the forums, convinced there are patterns in the numbers etc etc. Remember, there is NO system that can guarantee you a profit, not with any lottery.

  • Ben

    I agree! As a lotto retailer for many years, I can assure you there is absolutely NO pattern to how the winning numbers are drawn – success is everything about how you use your numbers. You seem to follow along with Will Fosters advice on how to play.

  • Bridgette Williams

    Have you heard of pick 3 insiders? Can you check this out and tell me what you think.

    • LG

      I don’t recommend playing the Pick 3 games at all. They are more like playing a slot machine as the prizes are just too small. You can never make a profitable income from playing a lottery, so the aim is to win big at some point – and you can never win big with Pick 3.

  • Darryl

    Man, where have you guys been, finally people i can talk to without explaining myself.

    Thank you

    I have few ideas i would like to bounce off of you guys

  • AlmaSam

    I would like to know what you think of WinHunter. It’s free software. I know it analyses a given lotto’s “history” to recommend numbers by creating “stacks”. I’ve found a couple of stacks that appear to include 5 or 6 of a 6/44 game on a regular basis, but you still have like 39 numbers to choose from. While this software won’t win the lottery for me, I think it increases my chances, by eliminating some of the numbers. It’s still up to me to choose which numbers to play from the new, shortened, list. What do you think?

    • LG

      Problem is that you can’t eliminate any numbers. Because they are all just as likely to be drawn. So any software that analyses historical results is essentially worthless.

  • Larry

    Hi Lottery Guy. Here is a conclusion for you and your followers on your great site. After thoroughly examining and assessing Steve Player’s website and systems, I have reached this conclusion:

    If you advertise horse manure long enough, you will sell it.

    This quote I remember from an old man who used to smoke a pipe while sitting on the steps in front of his house on a block that i used to live on.

    Have a great day.

  • Sydney

    Yeah… I’ve been playing the lottery for a while, but the key is to not expect a jackpot. lol
    I’ve been looking around lately at some of the sites on lottery tips and systems. There is tons of garbage!

    There are a few that seem decent, as they offer more in the way of content, more to entertain with some advertising thrown in.
    Yours is quite good.

  • Leo

    In my opinion there is no lottery system in the world which is profitable. You will spend much, much more than you win. Guys, don’t waste your hard earning money on lottery systems. I spent a lot of time creating my own computer programs to choose numbers, I bought many systems and finally I made a conclusion to stop playing the lottery forever. Thank you.

  • Alan

    Yes after playing (or being suckered) with Ken Silvers lotto system for 3 years, all the lines, I finally stopped. And my financial position has improved. His system is absolutely useless. You cannot play the same numbers hoping it is flawed.

  • Mike

    I bought the Ken Silver system 2 months ago; since then, I have 25% ROI. It’s true, I have changed a little bit the way I choose numbers. Anyway, his system is about what you recommend: little prizes until the big one.
    Question: have you bought all the lottery systems you named in your reviews ?

    • LG

      But the problem is Ken’s advice on picking numbers is based on pure silliness. It’s the same old eliminate bad combinations/pick better combinations rubbish that makes no sense whatsoever. There may be the odd useful nugget in there too but I can’t recommend any lottery book based on such heavily flawed logic.

      You don’t have to buy a car with no wheels to know you’re not going anywhere when you turn the key. I’ve personally assessed every system listed here however.

      • Ben

        You’ve got it Lottery Guy. I get so many comments from my customers who have tried Ken’s stuff, and not one of them has a good word for him – and by the way, only one of them has ever gotten their money back too. How do these guys get away with it?

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