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The best lotto software you ever used

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Posted: September 9, 2010, 3:29 pm - IP Logged

Hello everybody,

I would like to start a thread on your personal ranking on the lottery software you have used so far. When giving your opinions pls factor in following issues:

- buying price

- need to pay for any upgrades

- filtering options

- multiple strategy possibilities given by the software

- bulit-in statistics functions

- added-value forum for users

- ease of use

I do have my personal favorites, but would like to hear the opinions of other players.

Best rgds

Adam

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    Posted: September 9, 2010, 5:42 pm - IP Logged

    Hello everybody,

    I would like to start a thread on your personal ranking on the lottery software you have used so far. When giving your opinions pls factor in following issues:

    - buying price

    - need to pay for any upgrades

    - filtering options

    - multiple strategy possibilities given by the software

    - bulit-in statistics functions

    - added-value forum for users

    - ease of use

    I do have my personal favorites, but would like to hear the opinions of other players.

    Best rgds

    Adam

    As a Platinum member here at the Lottery Post, I have found that the software/lottery tools provided by Todd is all that I need.

    As to the data that goes into the lottery tools, that has come from in part by learning from others here at the Lottery Post.

    To factor in the issues:

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      Posted: September 9, 2010, 7:58 pm - IP Logged

      Hello everybody,

      I would like to start a thread on your personal ranking on the lottery software you have used so far. When giving your opinions pls factor in following issues:

      - buying price

      - need to pay for any upgrades

      - filtering options

      - multiple strategy possibilities given by the software

      - bulit-in statistics functions

      - added-value forum for users

      - ease of use

      I do have my personal favorites, but would like to hear the opinions of other players.

      Best rgds

      Adam

      Nothing beats LotSoftPro.

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        Posted: September 10, 2010, 12:07 pm - IP Logged

        i will say Lp but i think 1 or 2 softwares out there come close to LP but still LP, but LP needs to make things simple i dont understand Vtracks and i dont think anyone coming to LP will understand it is all written in a Pro´s language while people who come here dont know what: Even or odd is...the wheels i also dont know what is saying, it needs more explanations, plus what happens to basics/old fashions of filtering even or odd, hot and cold, high or low, suggested numbers for the next play, ect....it will not surprise me if people who dont have a clue what the lottery is try the wheels or vtracs get scare and leave LP for good in seach of something else...If Lp gets this it will without a doubt be LP even though it is LP, i am just saying it could be better...LP also needs a: Pick2/0-9 box wheel...i think todd will make so much money if it gets the: Pick2/0-9 box wheel and one can filter it or play/fiddle with it or use positional wheeling with that wheel....

        there are lottery websites out there who offer, assistance and what a lottery software offer for: $150 british pounds per year..Lottery line builder32 is one...they are very crazy...

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          Posted: September 10, 2010, 12:29 pm - IP Logged

          Nothing beats LotSoftPro.

          Especially for Cash 3 & Play 4. Once Expert Lotto Version 5 is complete, it will be, for Jackpot type games.

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            Posted: September 10, 2010, 12:37 pm - IP Logged

            LotSoftPro and LP.

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              Posted: September 10, 2010, 1:19 pm - IP Logged

              Thanks guys for what has come so far.

              As a matter of fact I'm more than surprised, I should say amazed that nobody so far has mentioned Bright5 or Bright6 software. Athough Dos-type of software, to me it's the absolute top when it comes to lottery software. Really no one used it here?

               

              Adam

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                Posted: September 10, 2010, 1:36 pm - IP Logged

                Hello everybody,

                I would like to start a thread on your personal ranking on the lottery software you have used so far. When giving your opinions pls factor in following issues:

                - buying price

                - need to pay for any upgrades

                - filtering options

                - multiple strategy possibilities given by the software

                - bulit-in statistics functions

                - added-value forum for users

                - ease of use

                I do have my personal favorites, but would like to hear the opinions of other players.

                Best rgds

                Adam

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                  Posted: September 10, 2010, 10:10 pm - IP Logged

                  Thanks guys for what has come so far.

                  As a matter of fact I'm more than surprised, I should say amazed that nobody so far has mentioned Bright5 or Bright6 software. Athough Dos-type of software, to me it's the absolute top when it comes to lottery software. Really no one used it here?

                   

                  Adam

                  I don't see why DOS programs would be best, I don't like DOS programs.

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                    Posted: September 11, 2010, 12:57 am - IP Logged

                    Thanks guys for what has come so far.

                    As a matter of fact I'm more than surprised, I should say amazed that nobody so far has mentioned Bright5 or Bright6 software. Athough Dos-type of software, to me it's the absolute top when it comes to lottery software. Really no one used it here?

                     

                    Adam

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                      Posted: September 11, 2010, 2:56 am - IP Logged

                      Hi Adam,

                      I've been a fan of Lotto 649 for years and love playing it.

                      In the past I purchased several software packages and found none of them satisfactory.

                      What I expect from a software is the ability to come up with numbers that have greater

                      probability of being drawn in the near future, whatever the method of selection. Then,

                      the software should have effective wheels for playing. Finally, I would like to have the ability

                      to evaluate each system performance in the recent past so I can make some reasonable

                      predictions for the near future. Needless to say, none of the software packages came even

                      close to meet these expectations so I had to create my own. Works pretty well for me.

                      I prefer software packages that specialize in selected lotteries and provide not only statistics

                      but also predictions for the future.

                      Regards.

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                        Posted: September 11, 2010, 3:42 am - IP Logged

                        Nothing beats LotSoftPro.

                        What kind of success have you had?

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                          Yes, no longer do I use GH. It's no good for me. I find anything I need in Ion Saliu's software.  Of course, I have not hit a jackpot yet, but I'm not the only one.To me Bright 6 and Bright 5 are the best software packages to play lottery. I do not believe any software in the world will give you specific numbers to play and they hit. What I also find great is the fact that the the guy keeps on inspiring people with new ideas and concepts every now and then.

                          As to DOS software I really do not mind it, as a matter of fact it's faster than any WS platform.

                           

                          Adam

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                            Yes, no longer do I use GH. It's no good for me. I find anything I need in Ion Saliu's software.  Of course, I have not hit a jackpot yet, but I'm not the only one.To me Bright 6 and Bright 5 are the best software packages to play lottery. I do not believe any software in the world will give you specific numbers to play and they hit. What I also find great is the fact that the the guy keeps on inspiring people with new ideas and concepts every now and then.

                            As to DOS software I really do not mind it, as a matter of fact it's faster than any WS platform.

                             

                            Adam

                            What version of windows do you run?

                            Perhaps you are not aware of it, but XP (or later) does not contain DOS anymore.
                            They only support the cmd.exe command shell

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                              What version of windows do you run?

                              Perhaps you are not aware of it, but XP (or later) does not contain DOS anymore.
                              They only support the cmd.exe command shell

                              I use both XP and Windows7. The software runs under Prompt Command without any problem and it's ok by me.