The Ultimate Guide to Lottery Systems Exposed — The Secret to Playing?
The Ultimate Guide to Lottery Systems Review
I’m sitting here having a good chuckle at this latest lottery guide to winning – “The Ultimate Guide to Lottery Systems”. According to Dr. Iliya Bluskov, he has developed systems to get the best odds of winning with a minimum purchase of tickets. The only information on how it works is a reference to wheeling. Sorry folks – this is not software, but a hard copy book that comes to you by snail mail. In this day and age, that just got me laughing harder.
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The Ultimate Guide to Lottery Systems – What Does It Do?
The Ultimate Guide to Lottery Systems is supposed to provide different systems for different lotteries, though it all looks like a rehash of wheeling. I don’t get the comment regarding “choose from single, double, and multiple wins”. I thought we were all playing lotteries to win as much as possible. This latest guide to winning lotteries (he’s written a few books) is structured for 6 number ticket line lotteries. There is no information on whether this also can include a bonus number. Amazon.com has two of his other books “Combinatorial Lottery Systems (Wheels) with Guaranteed Wins” and “Combinatorial systems (wheels) with guaranteed wins for pick-5 lotteries including Euromillions and Mega lotteries”.
What Is the Cost?
Click on “buy now” and you choose where they will be shipping your $12.99 book snail mail. Purchasers have a choice to receive the book sent from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, South Africa, and the United Kingdom. It is not available for people residing in Canada, Liechtenstein, the Netherlands, and Switzerland. Okay, that’s weird.
How Does The Ultimate Guide to Lottery Systems Work?
There is no information on how the book actually helps except for a reference to ‘wheeling’ on the main page. According to Bluskov.com, Dr. Iliya is an expert in the field of “Combinatorics”. Okay, I had to go look that word up as I’ve never heard it before. It is a branch of mathematics that even after reading a multitude of sites, I do not understand. It does seem to have to do with probabilities and testing patterns. One thing that does seem consistent is it might help your odds of winning, but there are definitely no guarantees.
Terms and Conditions
Not that I’m saying Blustov.com makes any guarantees. Oh, there is one. There is a 30-day money-back guarantee of a full refund on your purchase of his book. This is carefully outlined in the terms and conditions. The rest of the T&C covers, how long it takes to get your book, ranging from six to thirty days depending on where it is coming from. Oh – the last little bit that caught my eye was that the “final book price” includes shipping and handling. I wonder if this is included in the $12.99 or over and above?
Who Is Bluskov.com?
Though the book, Ultimate Guide to Lottery Systems is written by Dr. Iliya Bluskov, it is actually published and sent by Financial Freedom Awards Establishment out of the Netherlands. They do have a snail mail address and phone number. The only problem with the snail mail address is it looks like a mail drop and not a real office. The only problem with the phone number is it doesn’t exist.
You Can’t Click Download at Bluskov.com!
Seriously! Firstly, you’re looking at a snail mail delivery versus email/download. In this day and age, this seems really strange. I’m also not sure how this all computes with the guarantee and/or whether the 30 days money back starts upon the order or upon delivery. Try to call them and forget it – the phone number doesn’t exist.
Why You Should Register with Bluskov.com
30-day money-back guarantee
Why You Shouldn’t Register with Bluskov.com
No Phone number
Not available worldwide
Final verdict: 0 out of 10 stars.
I have read his Ph.D thesis. It is online, he knows his stuff. I have won multiple prizes without having to spend $$$$$$$ on a full wheel.
FULL Lottery wheeling is simple: Say you are play a PICK N from P game.
Example 1: Canada: N = 6, P = 49.
There are 49 CHOOSE 4 = 13,983,816 different ways 6 lottery balls can be selected from a pool of 49, without replacement and without regard to order.
Example 2: Florida: N = 5, P = 53.
There are 53 CHOOSE 6 = 22,957,480 different ways 6 lottery balls can be selected from a pool of 49, without replacement and without regard to order.
Easy. The hard part is what he has done: calculated abbreviated wheels – specifically upper & lower bounds, KNOWN AT THE TIME. There isn’t an empirical formula – so thank God for computers and combinatorial optimization/Simulated Annealing & Greedy algorithms.
Combinatorics has everything to do with probabilities – discrete probabilities, determined by methods of counting small, medium, large or astronomically-sized quantities.
A Lottery wheel IS a lottery system. There are many different kinds of wheels, and he has simply found improved ways to wheel more numbers than you are normally able to choose by computer algorithms, either generic, simulated annealing, or stochastic.
There are competitions held annually, to see if Combinatorics-savvy programmers can find optimal ways to come u with an optimal wheel(s), as it ain’t easy!
You would be better off understanding Covering problems, the concept of Polynomial time, NP-hard, NP-Complete, and other related Optics in Combinatorial Optimization.