**Picking high and low numbers**

Last week we talked about how you should split your numbers into three different groups to make a power ticket. One group that has 4 high 2 low one that is a even split of 3 and 3 and finally one that is 2 high and 4 low. The breakdown of those occurrence are seen below, based on 400 drawings.

Times | Out of | % | |||

High numbers | 0 | 2 | 400 | 0.50% | |

High numbers | 1 | 28 | 400 | 7.00% | |

High numbers | 2 | 96 | 400 | 24.00% | |

High numbers | 3 | 137 | 400 | 34.25% | 84.25% |

High numbers | 4 | 104 | 400 | 26.00% | |

High numbers | 5 | 29 | 400 | 7.25% | |

High numbers | 6 | 4 | 400 | 1.00% | |

**The low numbers of course or just the inverse of the high.**

**Times**

**Out of**

**%**

Low numbers

0

4

400

1.00%

Low numbers

1

29

400

7.25%

Low numbers

2

104

400

26.00%

Low numbers

3

137

400

34.25%

Low numbers

4

96

400

24.00%

Low numbers

5

28

400

7.00%

Low numbers

6

2

400

0.50%

As you can see the trend data shows that by playing only number that are split between 2 and 4 of them that are high, you will cover 84.25% of the winning numbers that come out. When we build a power ticket that is why we play combinations that fall into that range, if you can only play one number I would suggest an even split because that occurs 34.25% of the time. Quick picks don’t care about trend data but you should.

The balls don’t lie!

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