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Those who want to see if their prediction programs can predict future random numbers, but don't trust numbers produced by the lotteries as being random can get random numbers from here:

http://www.random.org/

http://www.random.org/integers/

http://www.random.org/integers/?mode=advanced

http://www.random.org/sequences/

Or from other sources including the LP's RNG.

Of course, if the predictor does not work for lottery numbers then you can't use it for them.

But I tell you, if a predictor predicts "random" numbers, but won't predict lottery numbers, then I would not buy lottery tickets as something would not seem right with that.

I mean do tests on paper using random numbers as if they were winning numbers and doing back tests, that is testing on a history.

Also if a prediction technique or program predicts right on paper on the back history, but later won't when done for "real"  quit using it and don't buy tickets based on its predictions, if it was tested at least 100 times on a history and worked well and or often enough, but later when done for real didn't, something is not right so don't waste money on tickets.

If you can't get good predictions then just buy 1 quick pick, either you win or you don't as "luck" might be, but you spent only $1 (per draw?).

You can see by this, that I myself don't trust the lotteries too much if at all.

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