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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  • Peter

    Hi nice site could you please tell me am I reading it correct that this Ken Silver offers a syndicate where you pay him and he chooses the numbers but he never shows you the numbers? I understand he has many people paying and “trusting” him? If true then this should be reported to the police in New Zealand.

    • Lottery-Guy.com

      Apparently so, or not in advance anyway. But I’ve not played in it, and wouldn’t recommend anyone else does either. You should always know your syndicate numbers in advance – there’s no good reason why not. But as far as I know there’s nothing illegal about it.

  • Ben

    I’m a Tattersalls lottery agent (SW of Sydney), and can say with authority (which attracts a great deal more credibility than an anonymous entry here) that scanning Australia LottoBloc’s own stats, Quick Pick entries account for approx 40% of all entries, but account for less than 15% of all winning entries. The biggest group of winning entries comes from individuals (as distinct from System Entries) follow close by Sydnicates – with about 25% share of the prize pool each. By Tatts own admission, they love to promote when Quick Pick entries win cos they want more people to use them = easier / more money. We sell several forms of in-house syndicates using a popular lotto systems software, and it is rare that one of these groups does not win each week. I have no clue where ‘You’ is getting his data, but it doesn’t jell with my experience. Anyways, just my two cents worth….

  • Lorenzo

    Hey Lottery Guy, I live in Minneasota and want to join a lottery sydicate that is not going to break me monthly – can you advise? Thank you for your hard work to help us win.

  • Peter

    Once again I ask for feedback on the Lottery Circle by Ace Lee.

    Yes I would like to believe – that this is the software that will “level the playing field”, for you to win whatever lotto you play.

    Thanks again for your feedback.
    Regards,
    Peter

  • Paora

    So pleased to see people being warned about Ken Silver and his worthless systems. Ken thinks you are a winner if you spend $100 to win back $5. lol. The only luck I ever had with Silver’s systems was that I didn’t pay for them – I received a copy of one from someone who couldn’t get his money back as was guaranteed.

    • Wyslee

      Hi Paora,

      “The only luck I ever had with Silver’s systems was that I didn’t pay for them”

      Ha, ha ! I like that. Hey Paora what about Ace Lee’s system? Heard that he is very good, because he has been a retailer and knows all about winning numbers?

      Cheers!
      Wyslee

  • Jack

    I did the an exercise by taking Ken Silvers numbers and converting them to Stefan van Der Velde’s panels. Again 70% of Ken Silvers numbers come from one panel of Stefans system which is total nonsense and can NEVER happen.

    Winning numbers come from many panels ALWAYS. I do not profess to like Stefans system as I won nothing with it either, but it does conclusively proove that Ken Silver’s system doesn’t work and he’s just a good marketer.

  • Jack

    If all these systems are so useless why do the lottery resellers not have a rule that any lottery winners should not be allowed to sell systems once they win? This at least will get rid of people like Terry Fisher and Richard Lustig. It’s a start?

    • Lottery-Guy.com

      It would be a good start 🙂

      But the problem is that the lottery companies have an interest in people believing there are systems and ways to beat the lottery, or predict the numbers. Because they sell a lot more tickets that way.

      Of course they never claim results are anything other than totally random – they just don’t publicly denounce all those lottery systems that don’t work either.

      There are laws however about making false or misleading claims. But most system sellers are careful enough to avoid stating anything too specific.

  • HB

    Hi

    How About Robert Walsh. He seems to say that you can win Pick 3 and Pick 4 with his method. Of course you have to buy his book first.

    • Lottery-Guy.com

      Already up there HB, two from the bottom at the moment. Well meaning but a waste of time as it’s all based on analysing past results – which as we know tells us nothing about future results.

  • Christina

    Well I just got duped for $49.97, with the Formula 1 Lotto System, they say since its thru Clickbank I can rest assure about my product. But, it’s extremely cheap looking. They have a Matrix so if you spend 4 dollars then you get 4 Matrix, the numbers their so called professor chooses are very limited, now here is the funny part, the powerball number, is in this order, 1,2,3,4,5 etc depending how many Matrix you get. So it’s NO different than taking a piece of paper and guessing the upcoming numbers yourself, except of course you won’t be charging yourself $49.97 to do so. Oh and you are supposed to get bonuses with this package, but you don’t. I just asked for a refund.

    • Lottery-Guy.com

      Yup, it’s garbage 🙁

      Shame you didn’t find my review before you bought it. Please point people here if you know anyone thinking of buying one of the many junk lottery systems out there.

      Good luck with your refund request – let me know if you are successful, and how long it takes?

  • Edwin

    Is there a program that you do suggest to look into? I have the SmartLuck system and it helped me from not even winning a free game to winning 25 dollars here and there, but you are right that you do have to spend a lot more money. Is there a software that you think is worth looking into?

    • Lottery-Guy.com

      Hi Edwin

      Well, there isn’t any software program that can pick lottery numbers that are more likely to win. Sadly there never will be either, as that bit will always be purely down to luck.

      The main problem with Gail’s Smart Luck software and books is that they do appear to make that claim, that they can help you pick numbers that are more likely to win (e.g. “…knowing how to target numbers most likely to hit…”, “Choose numbers… that have the greatest probability of winning” etc etc).

      Well, I don’t know how they can legally make such claims when lottery draws are designed to be random. And required to be random by law. Random literally means no numbers are any more or less likely to be picked than any others.

      If Gail’s systems really worked you’d think she would have won a decent major prize in the 30+ years of selling them. Yet as they state on their website, she never has. The largest prize they claim for her is $1,187. That’s it, in 30 years!? So you have to wonder why it didn’t work for her.

      I also wonder what percentage of their customers are in the same position. They claim 106 jackpot winners. That may sound impressive, but we’re talking about 30 years of selling systems – on TV with 30 minute infomercials, in newspapers, direct mail, online. They also claim she sold over 2 million copies of one of her books. So with so many sales, why have only 106 won a jackpot in 30 years? Doesn’t that mean their systems have NOT worked for 99.99% of their customers..? (Sounds like the good old infrequency illusion to me)

      I’d recommend asking for a refund. Except I’m afraid SmartLuck don’t give any refunds at all on books, or on downloaded software, or CD based software if it’s been opened. That’s company policy. Hardly reassuring.

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