Some explanations follow:
1. Red line shows total number of predictions being made where predictions are coming from a reduced number field that is < 80 using numbers from sorted sequences that have property of being on the "boundary" of next "potential" frequency (potential as it is not known obviously if the number will hit or not, in some respect this is to high degree arbitrary choice of smaller lottery matrix), slope trends upwards as frequency accumulate of course and there is more and more numbers to choose from.
2. Green line represents total number of hits when matched between result of the draw (for that day) and numbers from reduced set.
3. Blue line represents Padovan numbers that matched.
Few interesting points:
1. Padovan numbers settle approximately at 5 hits, regardless of increased number of predictions (red line), it also exhibits interesting oscillatory behavior and to great extent coincides with the green line (spikes in hits) .
Chance for > 5 in Padovan hits increases after approx. > 70 draws, the possibility of 0 hits in Padovans also decreases substantially
Overall, winning this game might be equated to "guessing" the right slope of green and blue line, the chart also shows that there might indeed be a fractal structure beneath of it all.
more research will follow, (computation of fractal dimension, and LLE) as well as trending other games using the above.