Over the years lotto players have been "bombarded" with Hot/Cold/Due systems, analytical processes such as statistics, least square methods, best fit curves, numerology, astrology, artificial intelligence - anything you can think of. You may also be one of those people who say lottery number prediction is impossible based on the belief that lotto draws are completely random (are they really?). More or less, all these systems and game play approaches seem to cause no improvement in reward and cannot provide anything regularly to maintain ones interest. So, why is it that yet another prediction engine becomes available? Well, the fact is GAT can offer good and consistent prediction success, compared to picking numbers randomly, or in our opinion, over any of the above tried but poor reward methods. And GAT is not just a bit better, it can only be described as significantly better! Check out what actual users say at the forums!
Let's start with the simple one million dollar question
Is it possible to predict a true random event? The answer is plainly no. Is a lotto draw a true random event? Well, given the results I have seen from the GAT Engine I believe I can say it is not all that random. So, perhaps lotto draws are not truly random and can be exploited? GAT is designed to try to take advantage of this reduced randomness of lotto draws and try to extract what we call in our software the "signature" of the lottery draws.
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