Example of Lotto Digital Footprints or what i call a random

walk...Imagine that you enumerated/list the draws from

1 to 100...And let's take some sample draws; sucessive

sample draws...You would notice for example that 1 (or

any numbers, we are just using 1 for the sake of it)

first appear in the draw number 1, then in draw number

7, then in draw number 22 and so on..Is not only 1 but

all the numbers (the total range)...YOu are listing in

which draws each number will appear and after taking

note of each draw the numbers appear (or step), you

will notice that each number sort of "walks"and if you

can find the pattern in this number "walks" you can

hit the game as often as you wish and with less

combinations (you can even hit the game with 1

combination if you are a genius and find the

pattern).....Who i predict will be able to do this

with easy are supercomputers...They will be able to do

this with easy...

If let's say 3 plays in draw 3, draw 11, then draw 17,

then draw 20, then draw 33, then the number 3 is

making a random walk or footprint in the draws

3,11,17,20,33 etc...You just have to find where, in

which draw the number 3 will NOT LAND NEXT...You not only

do it with 1 number but with all the numbers....What

you are studying is the distances between each

successive draw that the number 3 makes....If you find LDF or Random Walks and make it work, you could win the lottery with 1 or 2 tickets...With 1 tickets is for sure with 2 is theoretical...