Imagine our world without wheels. What was once true is hard to imagine today. Up until now, it is still a mystery though as to who invented the wheel and when the wheel was invented. According to archaeologists, it was probably invented in around 8,000 B.C. in Asia.
Starting with first planks of wood joined together, then carts, bikes and finally cars transportation of loads got much easier.
Unknown to some ancient civilizations like Maya or Aztecs, wheel still remains one of the mankind's greatest inventions. And certainly, many lottery players would agree to this.
Generally speaking, lottery wheels and the transportation ones have similar nature, however, the former have some distinctions. For example, car wheels will take us from home to the supermarket, while lottery wheels "blend" our numbers together to produce a simple table with different combinations.
Similarly to the ship's steering wheel that will navigate us in the direction we want to go Lottery Wheel will come up with combinations of our numbers so that we could go in the direction we select, namely winning a prize in a popular lottery game like Mega Millions or Powerball.
Basically, Lottery Wheel puts our numbers together in tables with different combinations at the lowest possible cost. Lottery players aim at winning their particular prizes. Similar to a ship steering wheel, Lottery Wheel then helps us direct ourselves towards that aim.
However, Lottery Wheel itself does not hit the lottery prize as playing technique matters as well. Pick any amount of your favourite lottery numbers you believe will get you to hitting a jackpot. If we can do this and we put our lottery numbers into the proper type of wheel, lottery wheel will take care of the rest.
This is quite similar to a shopping cart that takes the goods we pick through the supermarket. First thing you need to choose the goods you want and then you take them in the shopping cart.
To read more about picking your lottery numbers, please refer to our Lottery Wheeling page.
Alternatively, please refer to our Popular Lottery Wheels page to learn more about popular types of Lottery Wheels that you can use to play the lottery.