BUSTED: Are HOT And COLD Numbers A Myth - Or Reality?

Hot numbers via Hoosier Lotto

Let me tell you the way that many people think they can win lotto.

They believe there are a bunch of recurring numbers that appear in each draw, or don't. Some numbers that are regular no-shows, and others that are popular.

So they figure out when they are likely to appear, and take a bet.

They have been termed Hot and Cold numbers. 

  • HOT: These are numbers that have appeared recently, so they are expected not to appear for a while.
  • COLD: Numbers that haven't been used for a long time, and are going to show up like a lost dog very soon.

Don't worry about memorizing these silly facts.

There's no such things as Hot and Cold numbers. It was all made up years ago by someone to prove a theory to sell their systems.

Because the real secret is this:

Each game and the numbers in them starts from zero. From scratch. That's because lotto number combinations have no memory.

They can't follow a Hot and Cold pattern because winning number combinations start from the beginning each time. There is no predictability.

You cannot tell when a particular number arrives.

Just like tossing a coin - sure, after 100 tosses it may land heads 50 times and tails the rest - but you don't know WHEN.

In the same way, in every lotto draw the number combinations start from a completely new set. And they have no relationship to last week, last month or last year's patterns.

Not many people understand this.

Mathematicians do...that's why they generally pooh-pooh lotto systems.

And that's why my Silver Lotto System reigns victorious. Because I DO NOT RELY on such spastic, abnormal patterned events as Hot and Cold numbers.

My system is cleverly designed to extract unlikely numbers at the time of each play, to leave the likely ones remaining. That's why it works so well, brilliantly in fact.

If you didn't understand my reasoning, don't worry. All you need to know is that many others try to pull the wool over your eyes with fancy mumbo-jumbo.

And I don't.

My system just simply works.