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The Original Lottery Software. Since 1989 and Continually Improving.
Built-in Support for 673 Lotteries from 64 countries. 7,000 wheels.
By Far, the Most Popular Lottery Software Using Predictive Technology... and There is a Reason!
And Still the Only Lottery Software to use Proven Neural Networking (Artificial Intelligence) Algorithms to Look for Non-Random and Weighted Influences Inherent in Lottery Drawings.
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The basic principle of Lotto Sorcerer's number suggestion process is based on the theory that:
Because of their mechanical nature, lottery drawings are close to (but not truly) random. Therefore, it is physics at work, not randomness*.
If the drawings are not truly random, then there is an unintended and weighted influence at work.
Therefore, if there is a weighted, non-random influence at work, then there is a strong possibility that the pattern can be determined and future drawings can be predicted. This hypothesis is proved in our Lotto Sorcerer Proof-of-Concept program.
Since 1989 (and continually evolving and improving), Lotto Sorcerer is still the only lottery analysis software to use state-of-the-art predictive technology (neural network/artificial intelligence) to find hidden patterns and weighted influences in previous lottery draws, and uses this to determine the best strategy and numbers to play. This is the same technology used in, for example, OCR (Optical Character Recognition) and face recognition, which attempts to find patterns in what may appear to be simply chaotic "noise". For more information on the science of neural networks, please click here.
Lotto Sorcerer is easy to use. Although it has an extensive suite of tools and utilities, the core functionality of Lotto Sorcerer can be mastered in less than three minutes! Plus, Lotto Sorcerer is the only lottery software that has the optional capability to do "no-click" updating of prior lottery draws for over 400 lotteries from around the world. For a quick tutorial, click here.
You can try it risk-free by just downloading a trial version, absolutely free of charge or any obligation, by clicking here. For Mac OS X and Windows.
If you find the trial version useful, you can register (purchase) it for only US$49.95. Otherwise, just stop using it. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain (other than your time) in evaluating this award-winning software.
*Like coin flipping, the purely mechanical outcome of lottery balls is largely a function of Lagrangian mechanics: the fact that coin flipping is not truly random has been studied and elaborated upon by the award-winning mathematician Persi Diaconis.
Lotto Sorcerer is the premier, state-of-the-art, multi-threaded lottery number analysis and lottery prediction software. Originally based on and inspired by the advanced statistical theories of Dr. W. Edwards Deming and Joseph M. Juran, it now couples their cutting-edge statistical analysis with predictive technology: fifth-generation artificial intelligence (neural network) algorithms, designed to detect subtle "patterns in chaos" to detect winning patterns and weighted influences in prior lottery draws, and then advises you, based on the best winning strategy. It uses the same predictive technology algorithm as our Stock Market Oracle.
This great secret is that true random numbers cannot be predicted. Random lottery balls do not remember which number is overdue: the odds of an truly random overdue ball being chosen is exactly the same as any other ball.
For more information on this matter, we encourage you to download our free Whitepaper, "Advanced Lottery Theory".
The primary theory behind Lotto Sorcerer is that lottery drawings are not truly random...
... and this theory is tacitly supported by official government lotteries.
Although government lotteries will invariably make an official statement along the lines of "all efforts are made to ensure the randomness of lottery drawings", their actions speak far louder than words: practically all of them have multiple machines which draw the winning numbers, and they routinely "swap out" these machines "in an effort to make the drawings more random". This is important: The effort to "make the drawings more random" implies that there are varying degrees of randomness (i.e., more random, less random, etc.). If a machine were to be truly random, as they would have you believe, then they those machines would never need to be swapped with another machine; hence, their lotteries are not truly random.
It is this subtle difference between "almost random" and "truly random" where Lotto Sorcerer fits in.
Lotto Sorcerer is the only lottery software which looks for the non-random and weighted influences inherent in lottery drawings.
Lotto Sorcerer is unique in that it looks for non-random patterns and influences. Legitimate casinos guard against unbalanced roulette wheels and loaded dice, because they know that these can skew the odds (and thereby lose their casino licenses). Similarly, even with lottery officials' attempts to make the drawings random, some weighted influence can alter the randomness. For example, does the weight of the ink on the balls have an effect? After all, the number "38" has over eight times the weight of ink than "1". Some balls have more ink than others, so there must be a weight variance. Are the balls of exactly the same thickness? Certainly not; plastic manufacturers generally cannot keep tolerances tighter than ±0.005" (±0.127 mm). Different thicknesses mean different weights. Although the weight differences are small, they can still effect whether some balls get picked more often than others†.
†The theory that differing weights of balls could effect the outcome of the lottery was, ironically, proved by criminals in a successful endeavor to alter the results of the Pennsylvania lottery in 1980: "The cheaters included key employees at a Pittsburgh TV station where drawings for Pennsylvania's Pick 3 game were held. A station art director, according to news reports from the time, injected a few grams of white latex paint into balls to be sucked into an air-powered machine. The cheaters weighed down all balls except those numbered with 4's and 6's, then bought combinations of those numbers. When 6-6-6 hit, they won $1.8 million."
The News & Observer, May 28, 2006
Some countries use wheels, instead of balls, to select the winning numbers. Are the wheels in perfect balance? Is the wheel spun with exactly the same torque? At the exact same starting position?
Is your lottery truly random? Or is there some weighted influence which slightly alters the odds? Only a neural network program, such as Lotto Sorcerer, which is designed to find patterns out of apparent chaos, can detect these influences. The end result is that you can maximize your hard-earned lottery-playing dollar.
Lotto Sorcerer works with almost all lotto-type lotteries that draw three to eight numbers out of a number pool from 0 to 99. It also accommodates lottos that use an extra bonus ball, such as Powerball and Mega Millions. It even handles lotteries with two bonus balls, such as Europe's EuroMillions. It works with lotteries that use one to four "extra" or supplemental numbers, common in British, Scandinavian, Canadian and Australian lotteries. It works with keno-type lotteries. It even works with Pick 3 and Pick 4 type lotteries. For a list of current supported lotteries, please click here.
It features an intuitive interface that is so easy to use that most people can master the program in just a couple of minutes. A free demo is available for download. For Mac OS X and Windows.
Software to suggest numbers to play based on a scientific analysis of patterns of previous drawings?
— This has always been the primary purpose of Lotto Sorcerer, since 1989.
Do you want to avoid the tedious task of typing in previous lottery draws?
— Lotto Sorcerer's optional Lottery Data Subscription Service allows for no-click updating of lottery data from over 300 lotteries from over 30 countries from around the world.
Software to display charts and graphs of past drawings?
— Lotto Sorcerer's Lotto Seer function displays 15 dimensions of statistical data in graphical form.
Software to track prior draws?
— Lotto Sorcerer has an embedded SQL database. It can import over 147,000 different formats of data and can export that data into popular spreadsheet programs (such as Microsoft's Excel, IBM's Lotus 1-2-3, Apple's Numbers and OpenOffice's Calc from Sun Microsystems).
Software to leverage the power of wheels?
— Lotto Sorcerer has far more built-in wheels than any other lottery software: it has 7,000 built-in wheels (including most of the wheels from the La Jolla Covering Repository as of January 1, 2012). You can use the Lotto Sorcerer's Lotto Conjuror to generate your own wheels. You can use the Wheel Editor and Wheel Creator functions to edit and create your own wheels, respectively. You can use Lotto Sorcerer's Lotto Wheeler function to populate the wheels with your own numbers. You can import wheels using the Wheel Importer function as well as export wheels using Wheel Exporter.
Software to print playslips?
— Lotto Sorcerer's function Lotto Scribe, coupled with its Playslip Setup Wizard, can print your own numbers (as well as Lotto Sorcerer's own suggestions) into playslips from most lotteries from around the world.
Software to check your lottery tickets for winners?
— Use Lotto Sorcerer's Check Numbers function.
Lotto Sorcerer Proof-of-Concept is included with the installation of Lotto Sorcerer. It is in the form of a "game" which will detect hidden patterns to your clicks, and predicts which button you will click next. This program uses an extremely simplified version of the same neural network algorithm that Lotto Sorcerer uses.
Download Lotto Sorcerer and try it free for 12 uses. If you don't like it, just stop using it and delete it. If you like it, register it by purchasing the registration codes. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain, other than your time spent in evaluating the program. To download a free trial version, click here.
February 25, 2015: Ultra Lotto from the Philippines and Georgia's Jumbo Bucks Lotto have been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in-lotteries.‡.
February 6, 2015: Peru's Tinka Lotto and Portugal's Totoloto have been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in-lotteries.‡.
January 28, 2015: The multi-state Lucky for Life lottery has been added for Arkansas, Delaware, District of Columbia, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana and South Carolina‡.
January 12, 2015: Version 7.9 has been released. This critical release fixes issues and adds enhancements to Lotto Sorcerer.
December 19, 2014: Russia's Lotto 6-45 (Midday) has been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
December 3, 2014: Version 7.8.2 has been released. This critical release restores access to our primary database.
November 28, 2014: Israel's Pais 777 (midday and evening) has been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
November 22, 2014: Version 7.8.1 has been released. This critical release fixes access to one of our remote databases.
November 19, 2014: Version 7.8 has been released. This version adds several enhancements.
November 4, 2014: Germany's Keno has been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
October 27, 2014: The multi-state Monopoly Millionaires' Club has been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
October 20, 2014: Poland's Ekstra Pensje has been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
October 8, 2014: Powerball for Puerto Rico has been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
September 23, 2014: Western Max for Canada has been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
September 22, 2014: Keno 10am and Keno 3pm for New Zealand, and Virginia's Money Ball have been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
September 17, 2014: Powerball and Mega Millions for Wyoming have been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
September 10, 2014: North Carolina's All or Nothing for both Midday and Evening have been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
August 29, 2014: Ohio's Pick 5 and Pick 5 Midday have been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
August 22, 2014: Arizona's All or Nothing (for both Midday and Evening) has been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
July 17, 2014: Florida's Lucky Money has been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
June 30, 2014: Australia's Lucky 3, Lucky 5 and Lucky Keno has been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
June 23, 2014: Puerto Rico's Revancha has been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
June 17, 2014: Cash4Life for New Jersey and New York and Pick 3 (Midday) for New Mexico have been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
June 6, 2014: Mexico's Melate Retro and Tennessee's Cash 3 (Morning) and Cash 4 (Morning) have been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
June 3, 2014: Rhode Island's Pick 4 (Midday) lottery has been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
May 9, 2014: Costa Rica 5/35 lottery has been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
April 24, 2014: Eight new lotteries have been added: Georgia's All or Nothing for morning, day, evening and night drawings; and the morning, midday, drivetime and evening drawings for Hit or Miss for Illinois‡.
April 7, 2014: Arkansas' Decades of Dollars lottery has been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
March 28, 2014: Version 7.7 has been released. This release fixes critical issues and adds major features to Lotto Sorcerer v7.
March 19, 2014: United Kingdom's Health Lottery lottery has been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
March 3, 2014: Missouri's Triple Play lottery has been added to Lotto Sorcerer's list of built-in lotteries‡.
‡To bring these new lotteries into Lotto Sorcerer, simply click the "Refresh" button in the Lottery Setup Wizard.
For a detailed release history, please click here.