Lotto Pro 8.58 for Windows

by Data Solutions

Avg. Rating 3.2 (44 votes)

File Details

File Size 17.3 MB
License Shareware, $24.95
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,763
Publisher Data Solutions
Homepage Lotto Pro

Publisher's Description

Lotto Pro works with all lottery games; Pick-3, Pick-4, Pick 5, Pick-6, Pick-7, and Keno. Up-to-date drawing files for all United States and Canadian lotteries. Drawing files are also included for many other countries. Drawing Files can be created for countries that are not listed.

Latest Reviews

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v8.48 on Dec 24, 2016

what are the odds of me buying this junk

landfish

landfish reviewed v8.38 on Dec 16, 2015

No where near as accurate as looking through chicken entrails.

cricri_pingouin

cricri_pingouin reviewed v8.14 on Mar 10, 2014

Rubbish. Only 5 out of the 6 numbers it gave me were correct.
For the mathematically challenged, flipping a coin 10 times would statistically yield 5 heads and 5 tails, but having flipped the coin 9 times already and having had 9 heads doesn't increase your chance to get tails on the next round: it's still 50/50.

pixxel

pixxel reviewed v6.77 on May 19, 2005

class Sucker{
int number;
public:
int Rand(int num){return rnd(num);}
};
int main(){
Sucker n;
Sucker::Rand(50);
return 0;

random functions at its best... Sad how people earn money today...

adamdawg

adamdawg reviewed v6.28 on Mar 22, 2004

Random numbers. One of the simplest programming functions. Pay money for something like this? You've got to be kidding. A four year-old could do this. Sure, it's pretty and has dynamic statistics, but how important is that when lottery is pure luck?

Waste of time.

CyberHobo

CyberHobo reviewed v6.28 on Mar 3, 2004

Geared for the superstitious. Why not just have the lotto machine generate the random numbers?

KingCrab

KingCrab reviewed v6.26 on Feb 20, 2004

WOW random numbers. Thats freakin awesome.

kbyron

kbyron reviewed v6.12 on Oct 18, 2003

Nice people who put out this program. It worked for 2 days and refused to run or update numbers after that. They claimed to give a 15 day trial period. It is not true.

Avg. Rating 3.2 (44 votes)
Your Rating
CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v8.48 on Dec 24, 2016

what are the odds of me buying this junk

landfish

landfish reviewed v8.38 on Dec 16, 2015

No where near as accurate as looking through chicken entrails.

cricri_pingouin

cricri_pingouin reviewed v8.14 on Mar 10, 2014

Rubbish. Only 5 out of the 6 numbers it gave me were correct.
For the mathematically challenged, flipping a coin 10 times would statistically yield 5 heads and 5 tails, but having flipped the coin 9 times already and having had 9 heads doesn't increase your chance to get tails on the next round: it's still 50/50.

pixxel

pixxel reviewed v6.77 on May 19, 2005

class Sucker{
int number;
public:
int Rand(int num){return rnd(num);}
};
int main(){
Sucker n;
Sucker::Rand(50);
return 0;

random functions at its best... Sad how people earn money today...

adamdawg

adamdawg reviewed v6.28 on Mar 22, 2004

Random numbers. One of the simplest programming functions. Pay money for something like this? You've got to be kidding. A four year-old could do this. Sure, it's pretty and has dynamic statistics, but how important is that when lottery is pure luck?

Waste of time.

CyberHobo

CyberHobo reviewed v6.28 on Mar 3, 2004

Geared for the superstitious. Why not just have the lotto machine generate the random numbers?

KingCrab

KingCrab reviewed v6.26 on Feb 20, 2004

WOW random numbers. Thats freakin awesome.

kbyron

kbyron reviewed v6.12 on Oct 18, 2003

Nice people who put out this program. It worked for 2 days and refused to run or update numbers after that. They claimed to give a 15 day trial period. It is not true.

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