*Do not believe in lotto systems that are advertised on the internet as effective mathematical solutions to win money. Such systems, "strictly mathematical", will not bring you knowledge about future lottery results. Scammers often exploit the ignorance of the players about the mathematical probability that is found in statistic.*

Every once in a while there is a message on the Internet that a brilliant scientist has solved the lotto problem, and now his system brings regular income. This can be in the form of advertising or sponsored articles, or on specially made sales pages. The first thing that should come to a reader's mind is the language used. It is usually very advertising, encouraging and charged with epithets about the "miracle" of the product being sold for low cost. And this is usually just an advert mumble about the lottery wins that you can get with the "perfect" system. Usually, when you read the product rules and faq, you will see that the author or producer does not guarantee even the smallest income in lotteries.

**Why math can't predict Lotto results?**

The results that appear in lottery games are non-deterministic. The principle of selecting numbers - draws can be simple but in effect results in time series that are not easy to guess. Draws are random. This means that you can not predict future results by knowing the previous ones. It is also known that each combination can be drawn with the same probability, even as strange as 34, 33, 32, 31, 30, 29. Therefore, it is not possible to come up with mathematical rules to predict lottery.

However, if you still want to choose, choose a non-mathematical or random method. Perhaps randomness can be overcome by randomly selecting numbers on the coupon? There are also many methods of pseudo-science, such as predicting numbers from dreams or fortune-telling. It seems that each method is better than the silly systems of "genius" scam mathematicians.

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