Mountain View, CA (PressExposure) April 17, 2008 -- Two-time million dollar lottery winner announces the release of a new tool that promises to help other players duplicate his success.
The tool is called, âBeat Lotto Premier Membership Clubâ and is free-to-try ([http://www.beatlotto.com]).
The creator, Terry Fisher, says, âMost lottery players donât realize that the lottery is not purely a game of luck, but one of strategy. You can dramatically reduce your odds by determining the numbers that are unlikely to appear and the ones way overdue for a showing.â
It works by tracking past numbers and using a formula to calculate which numbers have the best chance of showing-up based on the odds. Usersâ chances of winning the jackpot can be reduced by as much as 98% with the right timing and number sorting selections.
The features of the âBeat Lotto Premier Membership Club,â include: * 8 different âadvantage groupsâ or ways users can sort their numbers based on patterns, such as odds and evens or consecutive numbers. * A database for each âadvantage groupâ of past winning numbers for the last 50 draws. * Ability to let users determine the number combinations with the best odds of showing-up by making a few simple selections.
The tool is currently active for Fantasy 5 players in California and New York. Michigan, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Ohio, Illinois, Maryland and Pennsylvania are currently in development, as well as the addition of the games SuperLotto and MegaMillions.
There are plans for a total of 40 states to be included.
Membership is capped at 5,000 members per state to make sure value is not diluted for original members.
The developer of the lottery system used inside, Terry Fisher, is a two-time million dollar lottery winner from Australia and is an expert on beating the lottery odds. His system has been featured on Australian Television show, âA Current Affair.â
Contact Terry Fisher for more insights into the topic of beating the lottery odds and the âBeat Lotto Premier Membership Club.â Direct line: 650-747-9301. Email: Press@BeatLotto.com. Other helpful information regarding this tool can be found at: [http://www.BeatLotto.com].