Lotto Sorcerer is an award-winning, premier lottery number analysis and lottery
prediction software. It uses advanced statistical analysis and
fifth-generation artificial intelligence (neural network) algorithms to detect
winning patterns and weighted influences in prior lottery draws,
and then advises you, based on the best winning strategy.
Although it is true that you cannot predict the outcome of truly random events, Lotto Sorcerer looks for non-random patterns. Although lottery officials try 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, some balls have more ink than others, so there must be a weight variance. Are the balls of exactly the same thickness? Probably not; plastic manufacturers generally cannot keep tolerances greater than 5 thousandths of an inch. Different thicknesses mean different weights. Although the weight differences are small, they still could effect whether some balls get picked more than others.
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 can find patterns out of apparent chaos, can detect these influences.
A free demo
is available for download. For Windows (XP through 10) and Mac OS X (10.4 through 10.11). The registered version is US$59.95.
Lotto Sorcerer's Apprentice is based on the award-winning Lotto Sorcerer. It lacks most of Lotto Sorcerer's supplementary features (playslip printing, wheels, scripting, etc.) and stays focused on what lottery players are primarily looking for: winning the lottery.
The basic premise behind Lotto Sorcerer's Apprentice (and Lotto Sorcerer itself) is that, due to their mechanical nature, winning numbers are not entirely based on randomness... there is also an element of physics involved.
Lotto Sorcerer works with almost all true lotto-type lotteries that draw four to 16 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 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, full working demo is available for download. For Windows (XP through 10), Mac OS X (10.4 through 10.11, Intel; and 10.4 through 10.5, PowerPC) and macOS (10.12 through 10.14). The registered version is US$24.99