There is a fundamental problem with lottery systems. And by ‘systems’ I mean most of those books or software programs that claim to help you win the lottery.
The main issue is that lotteries are games that are heavily regulated by Governments. For a lottery to even stand a chance of being granted a license to operate it has to prove beyond any doubt that it is operated in a fair and ethical manner. And fair means the draw results are random. Data SGP
If the results were not properly random in any way whatsoever, the operator would be open to prosecution, and could be sued by all players who bought a ticket in good faith.
So How Can They Beat The System?
It does then come as a surprise to see many winning lottery systems on sale that claim they can ‘eliminate unlikely combinations’. Or through analysing past results can predict future results more accurately. Oh not the exact results of course, that would be impossible, just results that are a bit more likely to happen…
To be able to genuinely claim any of those things the authors must have proven a game is not random. Something the lottery operator would be very interested to see evidence of. After all, it means a whole team of highly professional people at the lottery company must have made a mistake. A mistake that all of the auditors and regulators of that lottery company must also have missed.
Maybe Not Everything They Seem
Or maybe, just maybe, those lottery systems don’t really live up to the claims after all. Maybe the author only ‘wins’ every time another victim buys a copy of their book.
Mark Haigh is a mathematician and writer with a particular interest in probability and statistics. He also has a secret fascination with playing the lottery, and writes for Lottery Syndicate World on this subject. He strongly recommends reading all unbiased lottery system reviews before considering buying.