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National Lottery Random Number Generator.

 

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Can't Decide what numbers to use on this week's lottery ticket? Use this tool to generate rows of random numbers.

 
Sick of using your 'lucky numbers' and never winning a bean on the lottery ?
 
Paranoid that if you don't use your special numbers, one day they are going to come up, and you'll miss out your rightful fortune?
 
Well, as the lottery is a game of pure chance and randomness, the chances of your numbers winning are as good as any other set of numbers - but as you may notice, week after week, it always seems to be another set of numbers.
 
If you wish to search for patterns, try our lottery analyser / prediction tool that search for common patterns against historical results
 
One potential solution is to:
 
  • Use your special numbers, if it reduces the 'paranoia' factor.
  • Use an additional line or two of randomly generated numbers each week.
 
Use this tool to generate random sets of numbers.
 
PLEASE NOTE: DO NOT contact us if you DO NOT win the lottery using these numbers...........
 
 
 
 
 

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