Increase your odds by knowing where the numbers fall, or as
what I like to call slotting. Knowing
the patterns and odds of where the numbers fall will increase your odds of
winning the lottery. Picking lottery numbers is less about the right
combination and more about eliminating bad ones. For example in a 6 draw game of 49 what are
the odd that the first number will be between 20 and 29? The answer is just 4%
so why would you ever start your ticket off with number in the 20’s but I bet
you have seen it on a quick pick before.
Below shows the slotting odds of a 6 draw game of 49.
>40

0

1

3

33

132

279

0.00%

0.25%

0.75%

8.25%

33.00%

69.75%


>30<40

2

13

62

153

170

107

0.50%

3.25%

15.50%

38.25%

42.50%

26.75%


>20<30

16

70

160

144

84

14

4.00%

17.50%

40.00%

36.00%

21.00%

3.50%


>10<20

100

184

146

67

13

0

25.00%

46.00%

36.50%

16.75%

3.25%

0.00%


282

132

29

3

1

0


>1<10

70.50%

33.00%

7.25%

0.75%

0.25%

0.00%

The Green number are the highs probability of what number
range usually falls in that spot. Single
then a 20,30,30and a 40, are the most probable.
That would be all green, but the odds of a that number type of number coming
up in the lottery is slim only about 2% of the draws were all green.
Below is a random sampling of 7 weeks of number color coded
to the probability chart above
2

5

14

31

36

41

4

7

11

25

35

39

7

8

10

14

22

42

2

4

23

24

29

38

3

9

15

27

36

40

12

16

20

23

37

40

23

27

28

34

36

39

So knowing that all green rarely wins we know we can avoid
that and should pick any of those number combinations. The combination that occurs at the highest
percentage is having 1 Brown number at 32.25%. So 1/3 of the time the draw will
have one and only one brown number, that is why we build our power tickets to
have one brown number. the next highest percentage is having 2 Brown numbers at
19.25% followed by 4Green and 2 Yellow at 12.75%. we like playing the odds with
the lottery that’s why we slot for the 1 brown.
Below is the probability of the number slotting when only
looking at the draws that had one brown number
>40

0

1

2

12

39

83

0.00%

0.78%

1.55%

9.30%

30.23%

64.34%


>30<40

2

7

26

51

45

39

1.55%

5.43%

20.16%

39.53%

34.88%

30.23%


>20<30

8

28

53

46

40

7

6.20%

21.71%

41.09%

35.66%

31.01%

5.43%


>10<20

28

55

43

18

5

0

21.71%

42.64%

33.33%

13.95%

3.88%

0.00%


91

38

5

2

0

0


>1<10

70.54%

29.46%

3.88%

1.55%

0.00%

0.00%

This tells you the highest probability for the brown number occurring
is in the 2^{nd} spot and the 4^{th} spot. So a number in the 20’s in both spots. When we
build our power ticket on the high and low numbers we make sure the brown
number are slotted in that position and on the highs we also slot the brown occurring
in the 3^{rd} spot in the 30’s. The Power Ticket number generator looks take into account the slotting odds the fact
that we want Brown numbers and generate a number combination that fulfill that.
For example when looking at the brown number occurring the 5
spot you get a probability list that is a lot more narrow, see below
>40

0

0

0

0

0

11

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

28.21%


>30<40

0

0

0

0

0

22

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

56.41%


>20<30

0

0

18

39

39

6

0.00%

0.00%

46.15%

100.00%

100.00%

15.38%


>10<20

10

24

21

0

0

0

25.64%

61.54%

53.85%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%


29

15

0

0

0

0


>1<10

74.36%

38.46%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

The Power ticket also looks at the Sums of these types of
number and come up with the average and standard deviation that are common with
them, this lets the user know if the number not is likely in the bell curve
that we went over last week.
With this slotting information you now have increase your
odds at winning the lottery by avoiding combinations that don’t occur.
the balls don’t lie.
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