About This Blog

Freyja Y. Harris, a.k.a. “Lotterymeister”

Lottery Binge is meant to provide lottery analysis four days a week for Powerball and Mega Millions, henceforth known as The Big Two, and Lotto Texas.  

I’ve been hanging out in my little corner of the Internet providing lottery analysis since 2016. Even though I’m a math nerd (Computer Engineers represent!), I like to write. I get to combine two of my favorite things while breaking down the complexities of the lottery. Yes, there is a method to the madness!

Spamming is annoying and uncool. If you have a question, comment, or complaint, use a valid email address and drop a line in the comment section or send an email to lotterymeister@lotterytrend.net. You can follow me on Twitter (@lotterybinge).

I also have an artistic side.

Romulun T. Harris: Mega Millions analyst/co-blogger

Hey, Lotterytrend fans! I’m Romulun Harris, data analyst for Megamillions and Monday blogger for Lotto Texas and Powerball. I am also the brother of Freyja Harris, a.k.a “Lotterymeister.”

Since Lotterytrend came out in 2016, I’ve been doing analytical updates for Megamillions that plays on Tuesdays and Fridays. Up until 2021, when it became permanent, I had substituted for Freyja when it came to writing blogs for Texas Lotto, Megamillions, and Powerball.

Outside of working in Lotterytrend, I enjoy drawing, writing stories, playing solitaire and chess, reading, flying my drone (I am a professional drone pilot—FAA certified), and listening to music, including George Gershwin, Olivia Newton John, Chicago, and Barry Manilow. I also like to go on pleasure car drives. I am also very good at mathematics.

I write blogs based on certain situations, such as holidays and special things that have happened in the past and recently. I hope all of you reading the Lotterytrend blogs are enjoying our reports.


We are not affiliated with either of these lotteries, nor do we distribute lottery trending or analysis software. This blog is meant to be informative and entertaining. The analysis of lottery results and opinions of such are our opinions unless stated otherwise. Every so often there will be references to “real life” and the far-flung decade known as the 2000s. We are not liable for any nostalgia pangs, fates of your favorite teams, damage to property, or losses accrued whilst playing any of these lotteries.

The contents of this blog can be shared with friends, families, and colleagues. However, if you wish to use any of this content in a research or academic setting you must cite your sources. Otherwise, it’s plagiarism.

Above all, play (and drink) responsibly and have fun!