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# Predicting Draws the correct way the mathmatical way

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Last Edited: August 12, 2011, 7:23 pm

Whatever draw you play in whatever country you play it in, however you choose to pick your numbers the one thing that remains true,

If you bet 1 ticket you get 1 chance of winning the jackpot

If bet 1000 tickets then you have 1000 chances of winning the jackpot.

Don't believe anyone that tells you they have a system that can help you win the jackpot, they don't

Every single combination in the lottery has just the same chance as appearing as any other

1 2 3 4 5 6 has the same chance as last week's UK Lotto result 01 14 18 24 26 28

Let me show you how we can tip the odds on smaller prizes and very efficiently too.

Below is a report from LSA showing the normal distribution of the UK lotto, this is not past draw data,

its calculated from the entire set of combinations possible in the draw and as such never changes.

From the report it can be seen that ball 1 appears 1,712,304 times in position 1 , this means if you counted every combination

in the 13,983,816 possible combinations available you would find that ball 1 appears 1,712,304 times as the lowest ball.

We know that there are 13,983,816 possible combinations available so it's simple a matter of

13,983,816 / 1,712,304 = to find the average appearance of ball one throughout the history of the draw.

So in any 6/49 draw in the world you will see that ball 1 will appear on average once every 8.1666 draws, fact and can never change

Do this for each number and LSA knows when each number is due, count the hits in past draw results and LSA is able to work out when each number will(should) appear.

This is why LSA takes a layered approach to analysing draws, each ball starts life with its own set of statistics, every ball is unique and has different properties.

LSA uses these properties to help predict the next draw.

Let me show you another, let's take ball 10 position 2, it appears 740,259 times as a second ball in 13,983,816 combinations

13,983,816 / 740,259 = 18.890 so in a 6/49 draw we know that on average every 19 draws we will see ball 10 appear as the second lowest ball

Really listen when I say this information is gold

Study the reports in LSA, the global report - True, Hot, warm and cold  does all the math for you and even subtracts the current appearance

of each ball showing you when to start putting on the real due numbers.

This is the way forward to win lotteries...........

This style of lottery analysis is copyright protected and not to be used commercially anywhere without my full written permission

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## Comments

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Comment by Rick G - August 12, 2011, 7:53 pm
Interesting...thanks. Skip/hit analysis with a twist.

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