Lottery Books

Here we will be displaying some of the best of the many Lottery Books that are available. However, bear in mind there are 1000's of lottery books on the market. Just like most of the lottery software, they say that if you use their system, you are gauranteed to win, Ha!

Not here, as we are only going to review books that use genuine math and "Wheeling" systems AND we are not just going to stick to books just about Lottery

By the way, where they state, "Guaranteed Wins", We cannot guarantee that you will win anything.

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How to Win the Lottery with the Law of Attraction: Four Lottery Winners Share Their Manifestation Techniques

Money for Nothing: One Man's Journey through the Dark Side of Lottery Millions

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The first three books below are by Iliya Bluskov who has written many papers on Lottery Wheeling systems and winning strategies as well as having a Ph.D. in Math.

Combinatorial Lottery Systems (Wheels) with Guaranteed Wins (Pick 6)

This are books for players or groups of players, who want to play more than six numbers and more tickets in a well-organized, balanced, and entertaining way.

The strategies outlined in the book can be used in any pick-6 lottery in the world. The author has used advanced methods of combinatorics and optimization to design the most economical lottery system (wheel) for any given guarantee.

Each system in his book comes with a complete table of possible wins. The lottery player will find systems with double and multiple guarantees, excellent navigational tools and presentation. It is a common belief that the lottery is a boring game and the only excitement comes from watching the draw and matching some of the winning numbers.

Dr. Bluskov (1957-) is a university professor. He has also worked as a freelance writer for a number of lottery publications in Europe and North America, and has spent many years in research in Combinatorics, a branch of Mathematics, which, among other things, deals with combinatorial lottery systems.

He turned his lifelong fascinations with numbers and structures into ground-breaking strategy books for lottery players. Part of his research is on determining how to achieve a specific winning guarantee in a lottery in the minimum possible number of tickets. The results in his books originate from recent research in several areas of mathematics, and have been obtained by various techniques ranging from sophisticated combinatorial constructions to applying optimization methods via thousands of hours of computations. Although based on quite advanced knowledge in mathematics and related areas, his results are described in plain language and are accessible to virtually every lotto player or a group of players.

These lottery books also show that choosing the right way of playing your numbers, assessing the possible wins and filling the tickets can be as entertaining as a trip to Las Vegas!

Combinatorial Lottery Systems (Wheels) with Guaranteed Wins (Pick 6) - Iliya Bluskov

 Combinatorial systems (wheels) with guaranteed wins for pick-5 lotteries including Euromillions and the Mega lotteries - Iliya Bluskov

 By Iliya Bluskov PH.D - Combinatorial Lottery Systems (Wheels) with Guaranteed Wins for PICK-5 Lotteries, including Euro Millions (1st Edition) (12.2.2010) Iliya Bluskov PH.D

A Player's Guide to Lotto Strategies - by Samuel G. Allen

This is the only information source that reveals who really wrote the Lotto Black Book, why he is not making a penny from it, and who stole it and is promoting it with false claims and a phony guarantee.

It also provides links to where the Lotto Black Book may be obtained for free. It also contains analyses, from the point of view of an industrial mathematician, of the most widely-read lottery winning systems and it is revealed whether they work, appear to work, don't work, or are merely a scam.

Authors treated include Gail Howard, Richard Lustig, Ken Silver, Professor Jones, Iliya Bluskov, Henze and Riedwyl, and more. It also contains original material: an analysis of the expected result of using several lottery wheels in two actual lotteries, Florida Lotto and Florida Fantasy Five.

Also given is a formula for calculating the probability that someone or other will win a particular lottery more than once, something that is generally underestimated when reported in the press.

Also discussed is an obscure paper by Microsoft engineer Jeremy Elson on the optimal bet in Mega Millions.

There are many books on how to win lotteries but only a few of them are scams. Most of the rest are based on a misinterpretation of good luck or on mathematical fallacies.

The purpose of this book is to enable you to tell the good from the bad. There is a great deal of information in this book.

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