I thought about this like 2 & 1/2 years ago, but thought that you perhaps had to know a lot about a wheel's code/rules and how to build a wheel....I am putting this out there because, i think that with this idea we probably could CRACK Powerball too...It should be easy in theory but maybe hard to put together in real life (or maybe not)...

Here it goes: What if instead of creating ONE big wheel size 45 with a 4/5 that will cost you a vast amount of money , why not create several/lots small wheels size 17 or 15 with 4/5 and replicate it several times until you get the numbers that are going to play in the lotto on those 15 numbers or 17 numbers...What if we create several/lots small wheels size 10 that will give us a several 4/5 and replicate it but each time combining different numbers with numbers not covered previously until we have CONTAIN the 6 numbers that will play on the sized 10 wheel or until we say that all possible group of 10 numbers COVERS/CONTAINS the 6 winning numbers...

Were do i get this idea? Maybe this will help you understand what i am saying...I get the idea from the fact that "**if 1 person plays a wheel size 10 he is not very likely to contain the 6 winning numbers in the group of 10...But if 200 or 100 people each play a wheel size 10 with different numbers, 1 of them is likely to cover the 6 winning numbers in his/her group of 10"**....That's why i was saying why not take a wheel size 10 and replicate it but with different numbers each time so as to optimally covered all possible 6 numbers and this way contain the 6 winning numbers in 1 group of 10...And the great thing about it is that if you contain the 6 winning numbers in a wheel/group of 10 you are VERY LIKELY to have a 6/6 ticket match....(Assuming we were trying to win a pick6/49 game)...The problem with a wheel size 17 is that it will cost a lot more to replicate because a wheel size 14 for example with 2 5/6 match will cost 346 dollars while a wheel size 10 that guarantees 2 5/6 match will cost around 26 dollars (I could be wrong about the 26 dollars for i don't have the exact figure for lotterywheel does not show all the information)...And you don't have to cover all 49 numbers possible, you could put a limit, and say well i am going to cover 35 numbers or 40 numbers with my 1....

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