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Excel spreadsheets made by Nick Koutras

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MillionsWanted's avatar - 24Qa6LT

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Posted: October 11, 2014, 6:19 pm - IP Logged

can be recommended.

Personally I like LottoDesign.xls which I often use to make Keno wheels.

He has also created spreadsheets called LottoSelector (for prediction) and LottoStatistics.

You can find them here: http://crazynuts.hollosite.com/lottery_spreadsheets/

Some of them comes with time limits. Click EXIT and you can use the spreadsheet anyway.

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    Posted: October 12, 2014, 7:06 am - IP Logged

    Some just miss the explanations.

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      Posted: October 12, 2014, 10:47 am - IP Logged

      There might be some information on his websites.

      His website for LottoStatistics.

      His website for LottoDesigner.

      Nick's Forum which is no longer used.

      He used to post on another lottery forum 6-7 years ago, but

      "disappeared". Do a search on Google and find his posts there.

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        Posted: October 12, 2014, 6:22 pm - IP Logged

        I started making my wheels a few years ago. Some are minimal others aren't. Nick's stuff seems to be unfinished or it was stripped. It comes over as a bad joke. Wheels aren't everything, they are just a way to spread numbers over fewer combinations. The wheels on LP changed some time ago, I think. Some sites offered them for free in all sizes and shapes. A wheel can be crappy, but with the correct numbers in one line, it wins.