LottoToWin® covers most of the large, first prize jackpot type Lotto games
around the world. It does not include the daily games such as Pick 3 (Cash 3) or
Pick 4 as a set of numbers for these games can be easily constructed from my chart
Pick 3 Base Numbers 6-Way, 3-Way & 1-Way. Also it does not include Lotto games
where you don't have complete control over the numbers you play.
You need to be firstly registered and secondly to have a current
subscription to generate numbers . These are both done from the Register or Subscribe menu item. The
subscription amount is a token US$5.00 for 1 year which is done through PayPal to
protect your confidential information. It enables you to store up to 5
sets of numbers to 50 lines per day, so that you can check for wins when they are drawn.
Lotto Game Parameters can be clicked on under the Help & Info
menu item if you
are not sure of the configuration of the Lotto game for which you wish to generate
To generate your numbers at the Home page select from the Pick, Pool and Line drop down lists. If the Lotto
game is PowerBall, EuroMillions, MegaMillions etc then check the Power Type box and
select from the drop down list the integers used. You can now click on the Show
Combinations button .
To save your number set select a draw date from the calendar then Country,
State if applicable and then game type from the drop down lists.
To check for wins you need to be logged in and financial with your subscription.
From the Subscribers Only menu item click on Saved Playsets. On this page select the
Playset from the drop down list and then the number of Bonus or Power integers.
(EuroMillions has 2 Power integers and the Australian Pick 6 games have 2 Bonus
integers.) Click on the Show Selections to list your numbers. Enter the relevant draw
integers in the boxes making sure to not omit the Power or Bonus number(s). Bear in
mind after clicking the Check for Wins button that your Lotto Game may not pay on the
win indicated. As a safety measure always keep your tickets and do a manual check in
case something was overlooked.