Regular lottery players do not just use ready-made strategies for winning, but also develop their own methods. Minding the main lottery concept is all numbers are equally probable, all strategies are might be based on erroneous logic.
Although most people doubt the perfect lottery strategy exists, gamblers continue to develop their special programs for choosing the perfect game combinations. That are what developers claim:
- Programs are not just some random number generators, but mathematical analysis tools based on statistical analysis;
- Programs allow you to fully control the game, not just guess the numeric combination;
- Programs will save money, excluding bad and most unlikely combinations;
- Programs can calculate the probability basing on the past draw’s analysis.
Some programs can be used for free, and some are supposed to be purchased for a certain amount of money. Paid software has more advanced features and capabilities, they say.
Gale Howard's book "Lottery Master Guide" is widely popular among lottery players. The author claims it is the complete manual on game strategies and choosing winning numerical combinations. So, you can learn to choose the lucky numbers for specific lotteries, and stop spending money on the wrong bets. The book supposed to contain the best methods that contribute to winning the lottery. For example, Gail recommends using both odd and even numbers in the bet, so the sum of them be in the range from 106 to 170.
It is absolutely necessary to understand that no strategy or program guarantees winning. You could read some recommendations but the final choice is for the player. If entrepreneur insists on the opposite, it is a scam. Nobody can accurately predict the event that has not yet occurred, therefore, guarantee any winnings. Personally, we know nobody who won with the help of a program or a book. So, it is better to place another bet than spending money on a dubious software.
All statistics are free and available to any player. Based on the lottery statistics and the archives of past draws you can analyze information and choose your numbers without any software. Still, odds to be called out for all numbers are equally probable, or the lottery is a scam. Increasing odds is an easy way: more bets mean more chances, but still without any guarantee.
Don’t waste your time. You can choose the lottery numbers yourself, or use a free advice from specialists. Save your money, and count on your luck.