Lottery-Hacks by Lotto Exposed
Like everything in life, there are tricks of the trade—little insider information and helpful tools to help with any challenge you are faced with. In video games, there are cheat sheets and walk-thru guides. There are shortcut keys on computers; there are even so-called “life hacks” that can make your everyday life a little easier. Have you ever wondered why there aren’t things like that for the lottery? I mean, with so many people playing at any given time and with such large amounts of money on the line, wouldn’t someone come up with some system to improve your odds of winning? Or at the very least track how lucky your lucky numbers are.
Well, you’ll be happy to know that there are, in fact, lottery tools to help you navigate the tricky waters of playing the lottery. These few tools can help you in your quest to hit that big jackpot. Now I must warn you, the tools aren’t able to pick the winning combination, but they can help you monitor the numbers and see a pattern… If there is one, that is.
If you’re an international lottery player, you may be overwhelmed by how many different lotteries there are available. You don’t want to waste your money on low-paying lotteries. With our Lottery Jackpot Graph Widget, you can compare different lotteries and see which ones have the highest payouts at any given time. If you are in the US, you can compare the MegaMillions, PowerBall, California, Florida, and New York lotteries. If you’re international… Well, you have a lot more selections to compare!
Lucky Number Generator
Some die-hard people will play the same numbers day after day, year after year, and they have not won anything substantial. Sure, a few of your numbers will come up, and you may win a measly $20 or something small. There has got to be a point where you say enough is enough and decide it is time for new numbers.
The Lucky Number Generator can help you choose those new numbers. All you have to do is enter some information like your name, birthday, the drawing date, and some information about the game and it will whip up new and (hopefully) lucky numbers for you.
Some Like it Hot; Some Like it Cold
It is a sad fact of life that there are just some lottery numbers that are preferred over others. The Hot and Cold Numbers Widget can be used per game to see what numbers are chosen and how frequently. Our number generator widget gives you a visual representation of which numbers people are playing the most. You can then determine which numbers you would like to play.
- Red – Hot numbers (most frequent hits)
- Blue – Cold numbers (least frequent hits)
Lottery RemindMe App
Sometimes it can be challenging to keep up with your favorite lottery jackpot, especially if you play more than one. The Lottery RemindMe app will send you notifications of only the highest jackpots. With these notifications, you will automatically be reminded about every considerable lottery jackpot. The app is currently available on iTunes for free! Get it today and stay ahead of the game!
Hide and Seek?
The Quick Search tool helps you search through the history of a game of winning numbers. How these tool works is by choosing how you want to search. You can either:
- Search Most Frequent Number (by the game)
- Search Most Frequent Pairs (by the game)
- Search Most Frequent Triple Numbers (by the game)
Then, you have to choose where you want to search. This tool only works for state games, Canadian games, Mega Millions, and the PowerBall. After you do that, you can just put a start date and an end date and then hit search.
For example, I did a rapid search for the most frequent number for the PowerBall, and the numbers between 26 and 32 have been drawn in 4.14% of draws (75 times per year). Now I don’t know if this is a good way to choose your numbers, but it’s interesting how some numbers pop up more than others.
TheLuckyGene.com has frequency charts that can show you how frequently numbers are drawn (or in some cases, not drawn). You can choose which game you want to track from a pull-down menu in the left-hand corner. It has games from the US, Canada, and Europe—even the big games like PowerBall, Mega Millions, EuroMillions and so much more. This tool is a lotto player’s dream.
Random.org is a website dedicated to helping you choose random lottery numbers and a whole bunch of other non-lottery randomness. The site is pretty interesting if you have time to kill and feel like reading up on some randomness.