Most lottery systems do make a modicum of sense in explaining how they can help you win—it is the main reason that many of them become so popular. However, every now and then one comes along that tries really hard to get its point across without ever managing to do so. In this LottoMatic.org review, we will look at a lottery product that does not seem to make much sense and yet still manages to be a pretty good resource.
What Is LottoMatic?
To be clear, LottoMatic.org is not just a website—even though it may appear that way. It is also the algorithms behind the website that enable the site to help you in choosing numbers. In fact, the algorithms are the central part of the system and have been carefully coded by a team of programmers based in Sweden. These programmers love analysing lottery results and decided to put this use in 2015 when they launched LottoMatic.
What LottoMatic Says It Can Do for You
Unlike almost all other lottery prediction tools, LottoMatic is much more than a one-trick pony. As with all the others, the system claims to be able to help you select lottery numbers to play that are more likely to appear in the next draw. However, while this is where most of the competition stops, LottoMatic goes on to offer a wide variety of additional resources and information for 85 of the world’s best international lotteries.
How Does It Work?
LottoMatic uses a method its developers have dubbed the “Lottery Matrix” to determine which numbers are more likely to appear in future draws. This Lottery Matrix is a carefully coded algorithm that (as with most other systems) looks at past lottery draw results to identify data that it can use to make predictions. The data that most prediction tools use is commonly just the frequency that numbers appear (or don’t) and some basic patterns that emerge when looking at multiple draws over an extended period of time.
The Lottery Matrix, however, looks at much more than just this. The LottoMatic website offers a full breakdown of everything the Lottery Matrix uses to make its predictions and includes seven unique things that are taken into account each time a prediction is made. This is rather impressive considering that most other systems only use the one.
To use it, you will need to log into the LottoMatic website and select the lottery that you would like to predict numbers for. Once you have done this, you will be able to tweak and adjust the seven steps of the Lottery Matrix system to exactly what you would like them to be (we recommend first reading thoroughly the explanation of what each of these steps do before playing with them). Once you have set these seven steps, you will be able to tell the site to generate your predictions and see all the statistical analysis that the algorithm has managed to do with your selected Lottery Matrix settings.
How Much Does LottoMatic Cost to Use?
While there are certain aspects of the site that are available for free to players from around the world, these are incredibly limited and in some cases even include a time limit on when you can use the features. To get around this, you will need to register as a site member. There are three different membership tiers that each comes with its own benefits—and price. Becoming a level-one member will cost you $9.99 per month, a level-two membership will cost $14.99 per month, and a level-three (top tier) member will set you back $19.99 every month.
Does the LottoMatic System Actually Work?
We will be honest, when checking what people are saying about this system online, we were quite pleasantly surprised to see the number of people who swear that it works. We scrolled through pages and pages of reviews from lottery players harping on about how excellent LottoMatic is and about how all lottery players should try it if they are serious about winning.
This would usually give us pause and make us suspect that the site has hired people to write fake reviews. However, either the site had a massive budget to hire such people, or these reviews are legitimate considering the vast quantity of reviews speaking well of the system. So, clearly, it does work—at least to an extent.
While we do think a system like this can help improve your odds of winning, we still do have our misgivings about saying outright that it does actually work. Sure, it may help you win smaller amounts more often than you would have without using it, but we also don’t think it is going to make you a millionaire any time soon.
This is, as we have said in past reviews as well, due to the wonderful fact that the lottery is entirely wild and cannot be tamed. By nature, the lottery is random, and there is no real way of fully being able to predict upcoming draw numbers. The only way that you would be able to do this for sure is if you can somehow see into the future or manage to fix the lottery—which, like Eddie Tipton and Nick Perry learned the hard way, is never a good idea.
We are certainly not going to lie and say that we are not impressed by this lottery system—because we are. In fact, the LottoMatic may be one of the most impressive lottery tools that we have looked at. This is not just because of the fact that it does not just copy and paste what every other system does, but also because it brings a new twist to lottery systems that no other system has attempted (or at least succeeded) in bringing to the market.
So, there is an apparent reason why so many different people online sing its praises. We are also on the verge of doing just that. Unfortunately, our general misgivings about lottery prediction tools and their ability to truly help you win big are overpowering any excitement we may have about LottoMatic. After all, if it truly was that great, there would be a new millionaire somewhere in the world every time a lottery held a draw, and at least a handful of the positive reviewers of this system would have publicly admitted somewhere that it helped them win big.
While we are not saying that you should not try using LottoMatic to improve your odds of winning on the lottery—in fact, we do think it could be worth a shot, even if only for a month—you should take it in the same way as any other system that promises the world—with a pinch of scepticism and a realistic view.