Well, we're twelve draws into Kentucky's Three Line Lotto game and there is still a total absence of consecutive numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. That's right; none of these numbers has been drawn a single time by The Kentucky Lottery Corporation's so-called random number generator. Numbers 35 and 38 are also missing, but that's not quite as conspicuous or suspicious as the first five numbers in the pool being altogether missing.
All the while, ten numbers in the pool have been drawn three or more times with number 21 being drawn six times, 28 five times, and 25 four times. Fourteen other numbers have been drawn twice, yet numbers 1 through 5 are still missing in action.
Out of the 72 numbers generated in twelve draws, fully 43% have come from numbers 20 through 28, yet those nine numbers constitute only 23% of the number pool in this 6/39 matrix game. That looks extremely out of line to me.
What in the world is going on with Kentucky's computerized drawings? We need some answers and accountability from lottery officials on this situation. If there's a glitch in the RNG program being used for this game, there should be some refunds or other compensation to the players who have seemingly been cheated out of their reasonable expectation of fair drawings.
Additionally, the Kentucky Lottery Corporation should abandon its use of computerized drawings. Every computer drawn game they've attempted has failed, and I'm predictting that this one will also fold.
Hello KLC! Don't you get the message? We don't want computer drawings, we don't trust computer drawings, and computer drawings are inherently flawed. Why don't you take the old Lotto Kentucky ball drawing machine in your lobby and put it to good use for Three Line Lotto Game?