Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Increase Lottery Odds by using the Sums

Increase the odds of the lottery by playing the Sum
If you want to increase your odds of winning the lottery it’s important to look at the sum of the numbers you are playing.  What do I mean, it’s a little complex but worth a lot so try and follow along. In a game of 6 draw the lowest possible numbers that can come up are 1, 2, 3, 4,5,and 6 that has a sum of 17 the largest possible number you can get are 44,45,46,47,48 and 49 that has a sum of 279. All winning combinations will have a sum in between 17 and 279 creating a bell curve in the middle as more combination can add up to the different combination.  Let look at the last 400 draws and sort frequency

You can see this crease a bell curve, with the numbers on the edges occurring less frequent.

Now let’s take this 6 draw game with a high of 49. If you were to get the sum over every winning number over the last 400 draws you can get the average number, which happens to be 147. You can all find the standard deviation of those number which is 33.1.  so the strongest number in the bell curve are number who’s sums add up to around 147 and have a +or- value of 33 I.e.  no lower than 114 and no higher than 180.  Looking at the chart above you can see the majority of the occurrence happen between those two numbers.
Additional information is that the highest number sum drawn was 267 and the lowest was 64 and the number sum that appeared the most (or mode) was 164. It is very important when pick you numbers to follow the high low, even odd sets and insure that the sum of that number stays between 114 and 180 best around the 147 mark. following these tips will prevent you pick unlikely numbers and thus increasing your odds of winning the lottery.
Over last 400

Over last 400
Over last 400
Over last 400

Over last 401

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