Lottery number helper

Make educated decisions on your next lotto picks.

Lotto Buster 2010 provides an incredible range of tools to help you make lotto guesses. The program not only gives predictions, but also provides the statistics to help choose your own numbers.

The program's interface was an instant hit with us, since it laid out all the options clearly and was easily navigated. Some of the charts and graphs required a visit to the Help file's glossary but were intuitive more often than not. The first impressive aspect was its Lotto Buster's wide swath of lottery choices, which range from every American state's drawings to countries like Canada, the U.K., and Australia, with no shortage of data. Based on the drawings we chose, the program took all recent historical data and gave several predictions, including Hot Picks, Cold Picks, and Patterns. This was fine, but it felt no different than guessing. The program really shined with its charts and graphs. Here we were able to view Frequency charts, Last Hit Dates for numbers, Doubles and Triples, and more, all laid out in an easy-to-read manner (except for Frequency, which resembled a dense, confusing spreadsheet). The program also provided features to help us customize our picks and predictions. We were able to set our favorite and disliked numbers, which adjusted their chances for appearing. This was a comprehensive and easy-to-use lotto tool across the board.

Lotto Buster 2010 is limited to a 15-day trial. It installs desktop icons without permission.

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