The secret to understanding this whole process is revealed when we answer this question, 'Better than what?' In other words, we must have a reference point. Once we have it, then all of our strategies are measured Lotto Crusher against that reference. And, when playing the lottery, the reference point is always found the same way. How well would we do if we randomly selected the numbers? Here's an example. I'll use the Mega Millions lottery, a 5/56 game, to demonstrate. If we randomly select 5 numbers to play, that represents 8.9% of the 56 number pool. Therefore, over many drawings of the lotteries history, we would expect to get 8.9% of the winning numbers correct on the average. This means we would average 0.45 correct numbers per lottery drawing; by guessing. If you randomly picked 10 numbers to play, you would average 0.90 correct numbers and so on.
So, here is the good news you've been waiting for. Any strategy that we choose that averages better than 0.45 has outperformed random number selection and vice versa. The strategies with the highest averages are the best and we should give them serious consideration. For example, if you find a lottery strategy that averages 0.56 winning numbers per drawing, it is performing a whopping 24% better than random number selection! I don't know of any gambler that wouldn't like a 24% advantage. I call this lottery strategy the Best Lottery Predictions method.