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WinLottoSystems in review

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Posted: January 2, 2015, 5:05 am - IP Logged

Before I go any further, I have absolutely NO affiliation with E Prof Will Foster, MBA and do not know anybody who is. I purchased his system on-line for the full price.

The first thing I must say is that the Handbook/Manual that comes with the program is a hard read and I have a long history of reading tech manuals of all sorts. Will really needs a scribe to do a rewrite and I think his sales would pick up considerably if he placed the marketing in the hands of a specialist. I gave the whole thing away at the first and second attempt. Then came the holidays ...

WinLottoSystems certainly has a great deal going for it and when you get well into the manual it talks a great deal of mathematical sense. I have just started using, but have been following for some months. Up to now I have been using Excel to generate a random selection of 250 line/games/boards, what ever.

I have compared this with a WinLottoSystems method of selection to generate 164 games. After 52 weeks WLS is well in front. Neither method has yet selected the "Big One" but WLS has returned a very acceptable 26.42% better return.

Don't ask me to produce figures and data as this may comprise the WLS system copyright and not only would that be illegal but I just will not go there. In summary, I consider that the price is worth it.

Cheers, Mac

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    Posted: January 2, 2015, 8:50 am - IP Logged

    Reminds me of a 164 line wheel with a 3if6 guarantee. 

    The problem with the wheel I'm thinking of, it's actually two wheels side by side, a 3if3 and 3if4.  You can check this by looking for two groups of numbers that never share a line together. 

    While this method can produce a 3 number win or better every time, the odds of getting all the winning numbers on one wheel side or the other are on par with draws of all odd or all even numbers, very slim.

    So you only get a chance at a jackpot maybe one time in one hundred draws.  If you were to make a 3if6, 164 line wheel in CoverMaster it wouldn't be 100%, but you would not have already lost the jackpot in 99 out of 100 draws.

    BobP