Lottery Books

Here is a list of some of the most highly-rated lottery books on the market today.


This book teaches you how to make the best use of the dollars you spend on different Lotto games, including: pick-5, pick-6, pick-10, Powerball and Mega Millions.

This guide claims to show you everything you need to know to play and win money at lottery games, including: the rules and variations, the payoffs, the odds, inside secrets, and winning strategies.

Ea$y Dollar$ demonstrates winning strategies in Pick 3-Pick 4 Lotto using easy-to-read tables and charts.

Professor Jones shows you how to scientifically track and wheel numbers to substantially increase your chances of winning million-dollar jackpots.

Lottery Odds

A complete mathematical guide to lottery games, covering all of the problems related to probability and various playing systems.

This book presents 128 systems, each with a table of all possible wins and comments on various characteristics of the system.


In this book, Matthew Sweeney gives a history of the American lottery and talks about its role in today's society.

This is an insider's account about the largely unregulated but legal industry that sells money to lottery winners in exchange for a portion of their future lottery payments.

This book explains who profits from lotteries and who loses and links the rise of lotteries to the economic stagnation beginning in the 1970s.

This book teaches you what to do and what not to do when you hit a multimillion-dollar jackpot.


Stan Johnsonís $20 million lottery winnings cause him to begin a spiritual journey to find what really matters to him.

A high-tech crime caper about a lottery insider who teams up with a banker and a mathematician to steal a huge jackpot by tricking the Pennsylvania Lottery computer into issuing a winning ticket after the numbers have been drawn for the $310 million Powerball jackpot.


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Lottery Books

HPG ADMIN on February 27, 2013