|Posted: August 4, 2009, 12:33 pm - IP Logged|
Some lottery software allow you to save the combinations you play to a play file and update its data files after each drawing. Then it's just matter of checking your play files with the updated data file of the games you played to see if you've won anything.
When I designed my own program I liked that feature which I've seen in several commercial programs and added it to mine but I also added a feature that allowed me to enter the payout information of the games I play and now my program also calculates the amount I've won.
I can't imagine that feature hasn't been added to some of those commercial programs by now so it just a matter of finding the ones that have it.
**You could post what you play to the LP prediction board and LP will monitor your winnings.
* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *