Mrgamez Lottery Calculator Review
Stop the presses as I think now I have seen it all. Mrgamez.com/lottery-calculator is a software program available online that provides the amount you would have won if you’d played a particular combination of lottery numbers. I know hindsight is 20/20, but seriously – do you want to know what you would have won? This is a one-page website, though offering a UK and US version, it doesn’t seem to make any difference which version you are using. The same results come up. So what gives?
How Does It Work at Mrgamez.com/lottery-calculator?
Mrgamez Lottery Calculator is simply a weird little program where people can put in their 5 favorite lottery numbers and one bonus ball, click calculate. It comes up with the history of what this combination of numbers would have won. My first go at it, the combination came up with $149 what I’m guessing is US dollars. Keep in mind that players can only put in their 5 favorite numbers. What about the lotteries that have six numbers or more than one bonus ball?
What Doesn’t It Do?
The strange thing is though it comes up with the different amounts that you would have won if you’d continuously played the same numbers, it doesn’t say which lottery it comes from. It took some digging around, and it appears the winning amounts shown all come from US Powerball. The same results come up whether you are using the US or the UK version.
Mrgamez.com – without the Lottery Calculator
Drop the “lottery-calculator” of the website, and you enter the world of mrgamez.com, which offers video slots, poker, and a whole bunch of other casino games free online. There is no registration, and no cash asked for. Well, to start. Click on the “real money slots,” and it takes you to a list of sites to play for real. Click on any of the games, and it appears you have the option to play virtually or play for real. That’s where registration and payments come into play.
Do I Really Want to Know?
I must confess I did not put my favorite numbers in as US Powerball is one of those lotteries that I play in a syndicate – and know what we’ve won already – yes playing with regular numbers. But do you want to know what you’d have won if you’d been playing your regular numbers in the US Powerball (if you play these elsewhere)?
Regular Numbers Versus Your Favorites
Of course, this opened up the whole discussion on the randomness of lotteries, and whether playing regular numbers, doing quick picks, or using one of the systems offered online will give you better probability odds. The more we dug into the research, the more different opinions were available. Ultimately, we did agree that we didn’t want to know what we might have won with any particular combination of lottery numbers that we had not played – and we already know what we’ve won with our numbers. Hindsight is 20/20, and we’re not interested in learning about money that we might have won. Let’s focus on what we are going to win!
Final verdict: 2 out of 10 stars.