Lottery Strategies According to Mathematics & the Fun of Responsible Gaming

A slip form for a lottery is depicted, with several numbers crossed out using a pencil.

Have you ever wished you had a magic machine that makes lottery predictions?

Pull the lever by the hand.  You hear the machine start running, clinking, and clanking.  And after a few minutes, the numbers roll out in front of you.

You copy the numbers.  Hand your ticket over to the cashier. You wake up the next morning, and voila — YOU WIN!

And what comes next is a simple rinse and repeat process and countless occasions of “WOO-HOO!” moments and non-stop shopping galore.

Sounds terrific. Doesn’t it?

Unfortunately, winning in a lottery game isn’t that easy.  No machine has been invented yet to make lottery predictions.

So while that magical machine doesn’t exist, mathematics remains the only tool to give you the best shot possible to win the lottery.

Mathematics and Lottery Predictions

Lottery predictions, the winning formula of mathematics and a simple game plan. The image shows the probability formula and the binomial coefficients formula. These two formulae are instrumental for building up a solid strategy for any lottery games.

I have conducted studies on many lottery games around the world.  My research focuses on determining how lotto balls behave based on probability theory.

It was an eye-opening experience.

I found out that lotto combinations are not created equally.  And I have seen how mediocre lottery players are with their number selection strategy.

Ultimately, my most mind-blowing discovery is that lottery draws follow a predictable behavior based on the law of large numbers. And I can prove that using the actual lottery draws with the help of combinatorial mathematics and probability theory.

I’m here to share the results of all my combinatorial and probability studies on lottery games.

Forget hot numbers.  They don’t work according to math.

Don’t waste your money on lucky numbers, psychic prediction, dream interpretation, horoscope reading, the law of attraction, and other numerous superstitious beliefs.

Follow me on this venture.  Once you know how the lottery works from a mathematical perspective, you will look at the lottery in a new light.

Playing the lottery can never be this much fun. The fun begins with the number selection process. And you don’t need a math degree to be a smart lotto player. I will provide you with a lottery calculator. Everything is calculated and presented on a silver platter in plain English.

Without the mathematical foundation, everything I say won’t make much sense to you.  Read my free guide and discover the winning formula of the lottery game using combinatorial mathematics and probability theory.

If you’re not yet ready to dive into the mathematical details, you may start with this article: How To Win The Lottery According to Math.

I hope you win the lottery soon!


Edvin Hiltner

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