Win Lotto Systems Review

Win Lotto Systems is a software and ebook package designed to help lottery players win smaller prizes more often. Note: I hope you love any products I…

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  • Andras

    Hi there!

    I’d like to ask that Will’s system works on European games as well? If yes, in which country I could use. I’m living in Italy.

  • David

    Tested this system side by side with the Matrix method (outlined by William Atwood’s book – the lottery solution) — the matrix method was by far superior — and what chance do you have trapping the 6 or 7 winning numbers in such a small group (15-16 numbers) — no I want to be in this game to win not to win a few smaller subsidiary prizes.

    • LG

      Firstly – with those results I can tell that you haven’t performed a proper test. Testing for statistical significance is not as easy as it may seem.

      As we’ve already covered elsewhere, the problem with the Matrix Method is it does NOT improve the chances of getting the numbers drawn in the same line – which is all that matters of course. It doesn’t matter if you have all 6 numbers if they are all in different lines, right?

      In the long term the Matrix Method can actually hurts your chances of winning smaller prizes, when compared to a better designed wheel optimised for those smaller prizes.

      And importantly, it won’t do anything to improve your chances of winning the jackpot. Neither will any wheeling system, because that’s not what they are for. Despite the fact they commonoly mis-sold that way.

  • Gary Theisz

    What about this Win lotto System. It’s good about all the hype but it doesn’t give the real details of the system before you purchase it, like what system is it compatible with like Windows XP and windows 7 or 8. I purchase one of these random systems and it wasn’t compatible with my XP. The other thing I’m concerned about is were it gets all its data from, and how far back does it goes in weeks or months back, to really get a good picture of what’s going on. And how many draws does it take to get the real chance/probability of a winner. I have been stung with one system already, and I don’t want to get had again. In other words I would like to have more info that I’m going to win more often.

    • LG

      It should run happily on pretty much any Windows setup. I just tried it in XP compatability mode and it worked fine.

      But if you’re expecting something that analyses past results and recommends ‘better’ numbers then you’re looking in the wrong place. Partly because this doesn’t do that, and partly because nobody has ever proven that such analysis helps one jot (a lot of people insist it works, but strangely no proof..?).

      The reason I recommend this package is because the general strategy advice in the book is good solid stuff. With none of the usual wacky theories that don’t work. The software itself is for building wheeling systems (to your budget) that are optimised for smaller prizes – so you ‘win more often’ while waiting for the big one. Make sense?

  • Nick Huff

    I play the Rolling Cash 5 here in Ohio, does this book work for this type of game? Thank you.

  • Matthew

    Hi Prof Will Foster! My name is Matthew from South Africa and I’m 40 years old and would love to reduce my chances of winning the South African Lottery and Powerball. Can you please forward a full size order form to my email address so that I can place my order for ‘The win lotto system’. I’d like to order through a money transfer check from the bank because I don’t have a paypal account as yet please. Thanking you in advance gentlemen. Matthew (Magic) Salukazana

    • LG

      Er, I’m not Will Foster, if you want to contact Will you need to go to his website 🙂

      You don’t need a Paypal account though, you can use all the normal credit/debit cards to order. And if you dig into to the FAQ page you can also use various other options like money order if you really want to.

  • Rosie Guerrero

    Hi Lottery Guy,
    I do have some questions about the Professor’s lottery system. Can we also get a backup CD when we purchase his lottery software. Sometimes when I do a system restore on my pc, it wipes out all the extra programs I install. And I have no way of reinstalling because they are gone. This I wish to know. And is there an extra charge for the backup? Thank you

    • LG

      You can – but it costs about $30 extra for a version of the lottery software/manual on CD.

      Instead there are much better/cheaper backup options these days. For just a few files a USB memory stick is ideal – you can copy anything to those, they are dead cheap and work with any computer that’s got a USB port. Or get an external hard drive, again very cheap and you can backup your entire computer. Or there are lots of online services too, many of which offer a chunk of free storage. Hope that helps.

  • Bob

    I had no luck with that Win Lotto Systems, I should have won something big, but I felt they wanted more bets then I could afford, there was no light at the end of the tunnel another waste of money and time.

  • Tapash

    Got the system, found nothing special in it… the wheeling software is a basic one, plenty of websites offer the same method of wheeling free of cost. The book is also nothing special, it contains tips which is available online for free with a bit of help from google. As far as the concept of ‘winning small prizes more often’ goes… the result is none better than a quick pick. The author puts his stress on playing all the numbers in many combinations.. well of course it requires many tickets to be played depending on the type of guarantee. In my observation, i did manage to win small prize with one combination but then it makes my all other combinations useless… the expense to win ratio is the same when i played quick picks.. verdict is.. any lottery system is useless scam. Lottery organisers are not fools, they already know the existence of such wheeling for decades. The prize distribution for any game is designed keeping everything in mind. The verdict is… if its your lucky day you will win even with a single quick pick… if its not then no strategy, software can make you win… in other words your odds of winning any prize has nothing to do with wheeling… 10 quick picks has the same odds as 10 numbers generated by a wheel.

    • LG

      Hi Tapash

      Thanks for the comment, but there’s quite a lot I disagree with here 🙂

      You can find most information in life ‘for free somewhere’ — IF you’re willing to waste your life searching for it! And even then you still have to be able to filter out all the nonsense that is inaccurate or plain wrong. So that’s hardly a fair criticism 🙂

      I don’t really understand how winning once ‘made all your other combinations useless’..? Isn’t the point that one of your combinations won..!? Glass half full…

      Wheeling is nothing to do with ‘beating’ the lottery. It’s not a miracle system. (So maybe you were expecting the results that those dodgy system sellers promise?)

      But a well designed wheel with a minimum win guarantee is undeniably better than no wheel at all. Yes, 10 quick picks have the same chance as 10 wheeled combinations at hitting the jackpot, but that’s not what wheeling is about. Maybe you would get more from Bluskov’s book.

      There’s also a lot more information in the book than just wheeling. But if you already know that info, then of course it’s of less personal value (so long as you didn’t just dismiss it and skip sections?). But again, not really the books fault if you already know the info it provides 🙂

  • Lemo

    Hello… is the Win Lotto System/Software applicable to the Philippines Lotto? Hope to hear from you.

  • Paul

    I have have had this programme for a while. I haven’t been playing for a while, started again 2 weeks ago, outlay of 45 dollars returned me 405 dollars on my my first day. Week two getting the numbers but not together.

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