Mr. Lotto: Mastering the Mathematics and Mechanics of the Lottery System while Gaining the Upper Hand in Winning at the Mega Millions Lottery (Volume 1)

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Mr. Lotto: Mastering the Mathematics and Mechanics of the Lottery System while Gaining the Upper Hand in Winning at the Mega Millions Lottery (Volume 1)

The contents of this book detail my Lottery System which is a Full Proof System for selecting the Winning Numbers when playing the Mega Millions Lottery. I have traced and calibrated the entire Mega Millions Lottery Games and all of the drawings since its inception back in May of 2002. My book features detailed spreadsheets that contain the methods of how and why my system works. Of the 230 some pages, there is only about 70 pages (if combined for text only), the remainder are of graphics that show how the system works. Throughout the course of my research, I have created a system that has detected the following: In 2005, my system correctly selected the winning numbers with the Mega Ball (MB) 16 times and 25 times without the MB. In 2006, the system selected the winning numbers with the MB 17 times and also hit 17 times without the MB. In 2007, 19 times with the MB and 18 times without the MB. In 2008, it selected the winning numbers 21 times with the MB and 26 times without the MB. In 2009, it selected the winning numbers 20 times with the MB and 19 times without the MB. In 2010, it selected the winning numbers 27 times with the MB and 17 times without the MB. In 2011, it selected the winning numbers 18 times with the MB and 20 times without the MB. Currently, to date in 2012, my floating system-select process has picked the winning numbers 12 times with the MB and 14 times without the MB. It is important to note that for the instances where the MB was not detected, the payout is $250,000.00 (before taxes, needless to say). My system has no need for Wheeling – Statistics – Combinatronics – Boolean – Logic or even Binary Adaptive Configurations. This simple Mathematical system is the system that will not only blow your mind at how simple it is, but will astound you at how it works. -Color Print Interior-


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K. H. says:

Useless As A Predictive Tool I wish I could say SOMETHING good about this book, but there is so much wrong with it…I’ll start with the technical details of what constitutes a readable book: This needed to be edited and clearly was not. As with many self-published books these days, there are a MASSIVE amount of typographical errors (“number” instead of “numbers” being the most frequent, but by no means the only, one), extraneous words (“we are to now focused”), and sentences phrased so awkwardly that they are distracting…

SISSY says:

Not for the Lottery Player This is not a book for lotto/lottery players.Perhaps this book was intended for a thesis on lotteries. In that context I think it fits.On page 222 of his book the author seriously suggests you purchase 3,600 tickets to play on the Mega Million Game. That is a ton of money.This book DOES NOT CONTAIN:Strategies, wheels,frequency analysis, positional analysis, even/odd numbers, repeats, leap frogs, total row sums, or any other systems dealing with…


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