Lotto Crusher Review
Anytime someone publishes a book about how to make money online without doing a lot of work, it sells well, because people are always interested in easy money. What about making money with no work at all? That’s pretty appealing, too, and that’s the idea behind Lotto Crusher, a book that says it will show you a system for making money via the lottery.
The site has glowing testimonials about how people have won the lottery more than once in a relatively short period of time, winning $5000, $22,000, and even a whopping $1,242,000. They say the formula is easy to use and accurate, so I thought I’d take a closer look. Lotto Crusher is sort of outside the area of books I usually review, but this one sounded interesting, so I gave it a read. Is Lotto Crusher a scam, or is it actually useful?
Read on for the full Lotto Crusher review.
Lotto Crusher Overview
Lotto Crusher is sold as a downloadable book in PDF format, which means you can download it instantly after purchase. The price is pretty steep as ebooks go; as I write, the price for Lotto Crusher is $197. Of course, if you win the lottery, you’ll find that it’s money well spent, of course.
While not all states and countries have lotteries, most states in the U.S. do, and with the introduction of multi-state lotteries such as Powerball and Mega Millions, the prizes can run into the hundreds of millions of dollars. Of course, the odds of winning are approaching 200 million to one, so anything that can give a player an edge will likely help.
The Lotto Crusher book is divided into these chapters;
- American Powerball as a Lottery Example
- Instantly Improve Your Odds of Winning
- By the Numbers
- Increase Your Chances of Not Having to Share
- Number Picking Strategies
- Chart the Numbers
- Are There Patterns to Lotteries?
- The Best 5 Known Secrets Held by Lottery Companies
- Modified Master Players System 8
- followed by multiple chapters describing various systems
I had some reservations about reviewing Lotto Crusher, but I’ve seen a lot of lotto books over the years and I always wanted to review one. Like I said, it’s not really in the make money online niche, but I hear from a lot of people who are interested in making money quickly, and the lottery does provide the opportunity to do that. I suspect that a lot of people who visit this site do play the lottery from time to time, so it kind of made sense to check it out.
The first parts of Lotto Crusher describe how lotteries work, and how you play them, and offer some acceptable strategies for making sure that you don’t have to share your winnings. Most lotteries that advertise a jackpot, which can often be millions of dollars, have some fine print that points out that the jackpot amount is an aggregate, which means that if multiple people win, the prize money is going to be shared.
Everyone wants to win the lottery, but no one wants to share the prize. Lotto Crusher offers some good tips for choosing your numbers in a way that make you less likely to have to share, should you be lucky enough to win.
That, unfortunately, is where the good advice in Lotto Crusher pretty much stops. There are chapters in Lotto Crusher that point out that you should pick your numbers and try to make sure that you get a balance of high and low numbers or a balance of odd and even numbers, or that you should avoid picking more than two consecutive numbers. Why? Because the author of Lotto Crusher says that in lottery drawings, more than two consecutive numbers almost never turn up, nor do you typically see drawings that result in all odd or all even numbers.
While it’s true that these sorts of results are uncommon, that doesn’t mean that they can’t happen. That’s the thing about probability. Sure, picking 1-2-3-4-5-6 as your numbers might seem as though you’ve chosen a combination that’s unlikely to be drawn. But if you choose 6-13-24-27-38-49 as your numbers, that combination is just as unlikely to be drawn. The drawings are random; any combination of numbers is equally likely to be a winner.
It is true, however that more people are likely to choose the first example above as their numbers than the second one, which means that anyone who picks 1-2-3-4-5-6 as their number and wins is likely to have to share their prize, and possibly have to share it with a lot of people. That’s because people choose numbers that have significance to them, such as anniversaries and birthdays, and all of those numbers tend to fall below 31.
The Lotto Crusher book is reasonably well written, at least until it gets to the part that describes the various systems that you should use to increase the chances of your winning. Unfortunately, the Lotto Crusher chapters that describe those systems border on the incomprehensible. I tried to make sense of the “systems” in the Lotto Crusher book, and they simply don’t make any sense at all. I have no idea what the author is suggesting, nor do I understand how one is supposed to go about it.
It doesn’t really matter. Remember – any combination of numbers is likely to be drawn, and every combination is as likely to be drawn as any other one. That means that systems of any kind are pretty much useless, aside from making sure that you have at least one number in your group that’s higher than 31 if you don’t want to share in the event that you win.
Pros and Cons of Lotto Crusher
- Well written book…until the systems are described
- A lot of content
- Good advice for avoiding sharing prizes
- The systems are impossible to understand
- The systems aren’t going to work
Lotto Crusher Summary
Lotto Crusher is a book that’s designed to give the buyer the impression that it’s easy to win the lottery, or that it can be easier to win the lottery if you just use some kind of system in picking your numbers. It won’t work; there’s no way of knowing which numbers will be drawn, and no system can predict them. In the end, you have a very expensive book here that isn’t going to offer you much in the way of useful advice.
Lotto Crusher is not recommended.