How To Win Lotto – Universal Laws Of Lotto

In spite of the enormous odds of winning the lotto, and regardless of the type of prize you’re seeking to win, you can always depend on three universal principles or ‘laws’ every time you play lotto – anywhere, anytime.

1. Lottery Numbers Are Totally Random

Lotto is a game of chance based on a random selection of numbers. It is not possible to consistently and reliably predict a random event. Full stop. End of story. Grasp this concept, and you are well on your way to lotto success.

Consequently, do not concern yourself with coupon patterns, ‘hot’ numbers, frequency statistics or other implausible good luck charms. Although interesting, these ‘systems’ have absolutely no bearing on your ability to predict the winning numbers, nor your chances of winning a prize. A random selection of numbers can not, by definition, form a pattern.

I am yet to see any computer system or software package that can reliably and consistently predict the winning numbers of any lottery in the world. It just can’t be done, nor will it ever be possible. To this end, any product that claims to analyze patterns in actual lottery results or help you predict the winning numbers of your favorite lottery is a scam.

If you just heard yourself say “No they’re not,” don’t bother reading on – you’re fooling yourself, and I don’t want to waste your time any further.

By all means, go ahead and have fun using these products to choose your weekly numbers. Just never bet your house on them.

2. Every Single Lottery Game You Play Can Win A Prize – Including The Jackpot

This law is simply a logical extension of the first.

Whether you play the one-game minimum entry once a month, or invest $10,000 every week – every game (and therefore dollars) played by either strategy has as much chance of winning a prize as all the others.

Although it seems unlikely, even the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 have as much chance of being drawn together as any other combination of six numbers.

Once again, any effort on your part, or that of highly sophisticated lottery software programs to eliminate “unlikely” sets of numbers from your lotto combinations is just plain stupid. There is no such thing as “unlikely” in the world of random.

Again, if you’re not convinced, WAKE UP!!

3. The More Games You Play, The More Chances You Have To Win A Prize

Finally, while it only takes one game to win a prize, the odds are so enormous that you need to play multiple games to increase your chances of winning. More games mean a higher probability of winning. Simple logic really.

Now, from my extensive research, less than ONE out of ten lotto players understands and plays by these laws. These are the folks who are consistently winning prizes.

As for the other nine, their ‘strategy’ is tantamount to throwing their money out the window every week and hoping that double or more will blow back in. Again, stupid.

These ‘laws’ are absolute, universal and immutable.

Which makes these laws absolutely CRITICAL to the design of a successful, winning lotto strategy.

Here’s why…

It does NOT matter how you pick your numbers, or how many games you play – it’s what you DO with (or how you combine) those numbers and games that will make ALL the difference between winning lotto prizes (almost) every week, or not!

Article reproduced with kind permission, by James Gray-Brown (c) 1995

Posted on November 11, 2010 at 12:10 am by Steve · Permalink
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  1. Written by David McMinimee
    on 23 Aug, 11 at 3:28 pm

    Hi Steve
    James Gray-Brown was my uncle and I remember whilst he was still with my aunt in Melbourne having discussions on the simple arithmatic of the systems he was developing.
    Most thinking people I said would work out the numbers they wanted to use, particularly the banker numbers and wait for the result.
    I agreed the more numbers you use and the more consistent the banker numbers then obviously the better the results.
    Happened on your Web page by chance.
    Good luck

  2. Written by Steve
    on 23 Aug, 11 at 9:24 pm

    Hi David, thanks so much for your note! Yes, I hear that James, your Uncle was a great man. He worked alongside a guy named Mark Collard for a while (did you know about him?) and taught him the tricks I’m told. Mark’s business is now owned by Prof Will Foster, who now runs the best lottery systems business I know in Australia called And I agree, you have to cover all of the lottery numbers otherwise, you’re just asking to lose every week! Thanks again, good luck!

  3. Written by Stephen
    on 28 Jan, 15 at 11:02 am

    I came across your site while researching James Gray-Brown. Do you know where I might be able to read his book? And are there any other publishings by him?
    Thanks in advance.

  4. Written by Steve
    on 5 Jul, 15 at 11:53 am

    Hello, sorry for the delay in response, I do not check this website as often as I should. Sadly, James Gray-Brown died many years ago. As far as I’m aware, he did not write any ‘books’ as such, but you may be able to discover some of his smaller publications in libraries. Good luck.

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