Lotto Whiz Review
“What kind of sorcery is this?” you might be asking when stumbling upon Lotto Whiz for the first time, as the software claims to help you beat seemingly insurmountable odds. The name is more appropriate than the developers have probably expected it to be and unfortunately not for the right reasons. I have to say that this software is related closer to fiction than it is to provide a magical recipe for success.
How Lotto Whiz Works
Lotto Whiz claims it is the most powerful lottery software using wheeling systems, a variety of statistical data and analysis to help you choose the winning lotteries for Keno, Lotto, Powerball. MegaMillions, Pick 3 and Pick 4 lottery games. I must give credit to Lotto Whiz that someone has taken the time to input all that information. Maybe, that in itself works the $29.95 to purchase the software. They claim it is a “must buy software” and even suggest that it makes a great gift. Okay, there is no one that I dislike that much.
The application has six sections including The Analysis” section with graphs, charts, and drawing groups; Performance Combinations; Printing Center; Drawing Maintenance; Pick3 and Pick 4 Specific Info; and Probability Calculator. Lotto Whiz also provides a bunch of screenshots that show how some of the information provided in the different sections can be used.
While utterly useless in guaranteeing winning, most of the statistics and analysis that the application processes are what some lottery enthusiasts are looking for in their quest of beating the odds. Some people do believe that wheeling works though I have yet to hear a winner who said I won as a result of using a specific system. Most people just play their favorite numbers or are part of a syndicate that does increase your odds.
Lotto Whiz Complaints
There are no scam allegations to be found online, but this doesn’t mean that Lotto Whiz does what it promises to do. It might simply mean nobody has bought it. I found the user interface horrendous as the software looks like the work of a mediocre IT student from the early 90s. It seems to be a combination of information presented in EXCEL format using standard graphs and charts. Okay, maybe there is a bit of ACCESS there, but most professionals who do statistical analysis develop their software.
Is Lotto Whiz Worth your Money?
I know that $29.95 doesn’t seem like that much, but would you spend it to buy the Brooklyn Bridge? If you are interested in lots of statistical data presented in a not so professional manner, then it might be good money spent. I do have problems with their claims especially the fact that their wheels offer guaranteed wins.
Our Unbiased Conclusion
Lotto Whiz developers simply put together a heap of statistics and analysis with too many assumptions and a general lack of good marketing. This is not a magical recipe for winning. Their site is offensive and their presentation of their facts and figures childlike. There is no question, all of us would like to do something to better the odds on winning lotteries and jackpots, but this isn’t the place to try.