A Lottery Wheel generates a set of programmatically-selected combinations of a group of numbers to guarantee a win if certain conditions are met.
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About Lottery Wheels

Many players have a set of numbers to play such as birthdays and ages of their loved ones, but many times these set of numbers would be greater in number than those played by the lottery. For instance, a player may have ten favorites to play a 6 number lottery game. She/he can combine these numbers at random and play them in two or more tickets. If, say, the 4 of the 6 winning numbers drawn are among the player's favorites, it is quite possible that he/she may not win anything. But, if the player uses a lottery wheel to generate well-organized combinations, then he/she will be guaranteed a win.

What is a Lottery Wheel?

A Lottery Wheel is a combinations generator that generates a set of programmatically-selected combinations of a group of numbers so that if certain conditions are met, the generated numbers will guarantee a win.

There is one thing that should be clear here. A lottery wheel does not increase your chance of winning the lottery per se. The chance of winning is always increased by playing more than one ticket, that is, the more number of tickets you play, the better will be your chance of winning irrespective of whether you use a lottery wheel or not. However, if the winning numbers are in the group of your favorite numbers, at least one of the tickets generated by a lottery wheel will be a winner of either the jackpot or lesser prizes while randomly combining the numbers may not result in any winner.

Types of Lottery Wheels

Basically there are two types of lottery wheels called Full Wheels and Abbreviated wheels. Both of these types can be designed to incorporate some fixed numbers (also called key numbers), which will appear in all the generated numbers. So, we can classify lottery wheels as:
1. Full Lottery Wheels,
2. Full Lottery Wheels with Fixed Numbers,
3. Abbreviated Lottery Wheels, and
4. Abbreviated Lottery Wheels with Fixed Numbers.


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