Frequently asked questions
What is a Due-Sheet?
A Due-Sheet (D-S) reflects combinations that are due relative to their frequency and position on the sheets. Made up of certain systems that are rated as the fastest systems drawn regularly.
Why is it called The Boxer?>
All of the (3 & 4)-digit combinations listed on the sheets are Boxed-Combinations (A-B-C).
Why should I use the (D-S)?
There are advantages using the (D-S) because it is designed to reduce the selection process. The regular (3)-digit system has (1,000) selections and the regular (4)-digit system has (10,000) selections. The (D-S) (3)-digit system has (40) selections and the (4)-digit system has (81) selections. There are (1 to 3) sections with each selection of which each section of selection has (1) boxed combination.
Is access to Lottery Castle free?
No, Lottery Castle (L-C) is a business with a mission of generating revenue, it cost money to develop the (L-C) site and it cost money for updating and operating an information site, providing automated systems reflecting the History of results, Charts of potential, Analytical-Research-Tools (A-R-T) for strategic research of results and Slot-Lot, which reveals the playing combinations of selected Post-Position (P-P).
There are many information sheets published and sold monthly, (L-C) made a decision to present some information that will definitely assist in improving winning opportunities.
(L-C) will generate revenue from the yearly service fee of ($50.00) from Subscribers of the (L-C) who recognize the advantages of the L-C) and do not mind sharing some of the advantage and saving time and effort of updating information that automated systems of the (L-C) provides.
Does (L-C) guarantee I will be a winner?
NO, (L-C) does not guarantee you will be a winner, that is up you, (L-C) does assure you an advantage, if you are committed to learning how to access and apply the advantages. (L-C) provides the tools of which, when properly used, increases dramatically your winning expectations.
What makes the (L-C) any different from the many information sheets published monthly?
The (L-C) information is designed for focus and attention on (P-P) structure, not the actual combinations drawn. It matters not how many combinations are involved, all combinations have a position and a formula consisting of Column and Row (C-R), revealing patterns of repetition relating to (P-P). Applying tools of the (L-C) properly, is an advantage.