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What is Xzotto?

Xzotto is an on-line software system that allows you to purchase and manage lottery tickets from the comfort of your own home computer. It was created with the idea of building massive lottery pools for its members, similar to an office pool but on a much larger and more predictable scale. Xzotto members not only have the opportunity to play the tickets they purchase, they play all the tickets of members who have signed up through them.

Xzotto is also a tremendous business opportunity. As an IMR (independent marketing rep), you have the ability to recruit new members to your team. This has two benefits. Firstly, you are paid a monthly commission for each new member who signs up and continues their subscription. Secondly, you increase your lottery winning chances by adding new members who play the lottery. You play a portion (5%) of their tickets as well as a portion (50%) of yours.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Fremont MEGA Millions® Ticket Worth More Than $296,000 Claimed


SACRAMENTO – A lucky California Lottery player who purchased a ticket in Fremont for Friday night’s MEGA Millions® draw is more than a quarter-million dollars richer.Steven Dotson – who “still can’t quite believe” his good luck – says that he plans to pay some bills, buy a convertible and a new truck and put the rest into savings.

The winning ticket was purchased at Mission Liquors, which is located at 39945 Mission Blvd. #8. The ticket matched five of six numbers in the draw, missing only the Mega number, and is worth $296,762

5% of $296,972 is a respectable $14,800. That would be a nice chunk of change to receive via Xzotto's Floating 5% program

Virginia Man Wins $75.6 Million Jackpot with a Quick Pick!

RELEASE DATE: 5/12/2009

Joe Denette of Spotsylvania County, Virginia, is what you might call a die-hard racing fan. In fact, not even winning a Mega Millions jackpot valued at $75.6 million could keep him from a good NASCAR race.

On Friday, May 1, Mr. Denette matched all six numbers in the Mega Millions drawing. The next morning, he checked the winning numbers and realized he had won. One problem, though – he also had tickets to that evening’s NASCAR race at Richmond International Raceway. What did he do? He gave the winning Mega Millions ticket to his mother for safekeeping while he enjoyed the race!
“She asked me where I was going and I said ‘the race!’” he told Lottery officials. “I won four race tickets from a radio station for answering NASCAR trivia questions.”

On May 12, he returned to the racetrack to receive his check from Virginia Lottery Executive Director Paula Otto. Rather than take the full jackpot amount over 26 years, Mr. Denette chose to take the cash option of $47.8 million.

He was one of three ticket-holders nationwide to win and split the $227 million Mega Millions jackpot. The winning numbers were 9-16-24-40-43 and the Mega Ball number was 35. He used the Easy Pick function, in which the computer randomly selected the numbers on his ticket.

“The computer did it,” he told Lottery officials. “I used to hate computers. Not anymore.”

Friday, May 15, 2009

Lottery Guy's review of Xzotto Sucks (his term not mine)!

Here is my response to the "Lottery Guy's" not so nice review of Xzotto. As a side note, most of the sites that bash Xzotto are distributors for other syndicates such as eLottery in the UK/Europe or TSC2000 for the Australian lottery. If you dig into these syndicates you will see that when you join based on a referral the "referee" (such as Lottery Guy or Lottery Syndicate World) receive a monthly overide on your fees. I have nothing against the promotion of any syndicate or program but using their sites to publish an "independant" negative review of Xzotto while pushing you towards these other syndicates is just plain sneaky! Lucky I have my own BLOG....and you will see that I openly profess my bias in my response to LG!


I agree with your math. The adjusted rate of winning a portion of the Jackpot is 1:58,000,000 with the floating five feature. The same chances as buying 3 lottery tickets every drawing which would cost you $26 per month. When you look at it this way, the $25 a month subscription to Xzotto’s software system increases in value. Of course there is the difference between winning the whole prize on your own or sharing the prize across 11 people but Xzotto (and all other lottery pools) are built on the idea that part of something is better than all of nothing. Your monthly out of pocket are similar however with Xzotto you sacrifice a % of the winnings for the opportunity to build a business.

Let’s fast forward and assume that Xzotto is a success and 100,000 people join the pool. Considering that there are an estimated 14 Million network marketing representatives in the USA and MEGAMillions has recently reported selling in excess of 40 Million tickets for just one drawing building a 100,000 person pool seems very achievable.

When you run the numbers, a 100,000 person pool should (statistically) win a second prize every 6 months or so (rounded it up to appease your cynical side). Second prize odds are 1:3,900,000 adjusted for 100,000 unique number combinations become 1:39. There are 2 drawings a week so every 39 drawings or 19 ½ weeks the pool should pop a second prize. As a member of Xzotto under this scenario your odds of winning 5% of the second prize are 1:33,333 twice a year – CONSISTENTLY – and 5% of the MEGAMillons second prize in California ranges from $5,000 to $50,000+.

In addition, you also have your own ticket in play every drawing and the potential to build a pooling team. With just a small seven person team in place are already generating a residual income that will exceed your $25 per month software subscription and you will be participating in 64 lottery tickets a month (yours and all the members of your team). Help your team members build their own team and things snowball from there.

Ultimately, trying to compare Xzotto to a standard lottery pool is not possible and it’s easy to pick faults and selectively chip away at the program. However, when you look at the system as a whole and consider the facets of the lottery pool with the over arching business opportunity, I consider it very appealing.

Of course I am bias as I am an Xzotto IMR and I’m really enjoying the program but I wanted to share my logic with you and your subscribers.

Regardless of how you play, have a plan and GOOD LUCK!


Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Lottery Ticket worth nearly $200,000 Still on the Loose in CA


SACRAMENTO – A California Lottery Fantasy 5 ticket sold in Los Angeles more than a month ago is worth $195,899 to a lucky player who has yet to claim their prize. The ticket – purchased at the Donut Star located at 4102 Verdugo Road – matched all five numbers in the April 10 draw. The winning numbers are 5, 25, 17, 24 and 18. The California Lottery wants to remind winners to sign the backs of their tickets, keep tickets in a safe place and contact Lottery officials or visit their local Lottery District Office ( as soon as possible.

Winners have 180 days from the date of the draw to claim prizes.

One of the benefits of playing the lottery via the Xzotto Lottery Pool is that winning tickets are automatically tracked. You don't have to check the ticket or worry about running it through the washing machine!

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Robert McFarlane
(214) 677 9500

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Group Of 13 Co-Workers Splits $250,000 Mega Millions Prize

Sherry Morales of Richmond was at work when her husband called with an unusual question.

“What’s up with this Lottery ticket?” he asked.

The ticket was purchased as part of an office pool Sherry organized with a dozen of her co-workers at Suntrust Mortgage in Richmond. It turns out that the ticket matched the first five winning numbers in the April 21 Mega Millions drawing to win $250,000.What happened next may well have put an end to any serious work. Sherry put her husband on speakerphone so her disbelieving co-workers could hear that the ticket was a winner. “It was just a big ruckus!” she later said.

Pooling works...come join our Lottery Pool at Xzotto!!

Robert McFarlane
(214) 677 9500

MegaMillions Jackpot winners in CA claim prize!

SACRAMENTO – California’s newest millionaires have stepped forward to claim their prize.

Anneliese Hansen and Brian Cabaud, both deputy sheriff officers with the Marin County Sheriffs Department, met members of the media today at the Lottery’s East Bay District Office to discuss winning their share of the $227 million MEGA Millions jackpot.

The couple has not yet selected the cash or annuity option. If they select the cash option, they would each receive about $24 million before federal taxes. There are no state or local taxes on lottery winnings.

Megamillions Jackpot WON - $227 Million

Mega Millions officials announced that the jackpot for the Friday, May 1 drawing ended up being higher than estimated. Sales of Mega Millions tickets were stronger than expected, so the jackpot, which was estimated at $225 million before the drawing, ended up being $227 million.
Three tickets matched all six winning numbers. Those tickets, which were bought in Mill Valley, California, Cillicothe, Ohio and Woodford, Virginia split the jackpot equally - which comes out to $75.66 million each, before taxes.