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The Balance of Lotto Balance

These numbers are of balanced number drawings. When you have fewer numbers, the chance of occurrence is bigger.

     

  1. 1. HIGH & LOW: if you list the winning numbers from lowest first digit to the highest last digit, you will be able to draw a line between the third and the fourth. Here is an example: 10/09/93 05-14-18-|-26-28-39
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10/16/93 04-15-16-|-28-31-40

10/23/93 02-19-22-|-27-34-47

10/30/93 02-05-09-|-14-30-34

In this example you can consider that the mid point is at, 24/25 or 25/26, which is half of 49. In more then 50% cases, half of the numbers are above and half below the mid.

  1. 2. THIRDS: If you want to split the drawings in three, you will have three patterns: 16,16 and 17. The first groups would be 01-16, the second 17-32 and the third 33-49. In many cases numbers fall in groups like 2-2-2 or variation of the pattern 1-2-3 (like: 1-3-2, 3-2-1, 3-1-2, 2-3-1).
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  3. 3. ODDS & EVENS: the odd numbers are: 1,3,5,7 and the even numbers are: 2,4,6,8. Almost 50% of the winning numbers have balanced the odds & even, having 3 odd numbers and 3 even numbers. Only 40% will have 2 odd and 4 even or 4 odd and 2 even.
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  5. 4. REPEATERS: the repeaters are the numbers, which were drawn at the last game and were drawn at the present game. The possibility that a number could be a repeater is almost 50%, but 40% say that three will be no repeaters, and only in 10% of the cases more then one number will repeat.
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  7. 5. SEQUENTIALS: these are the consecutive numbers that are drawn in the same game (example: 7& 8, 12 & 13). These numbers appear in a small game in 50% of the cases, but at bigger games only in 20% of the cases.
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  9. 6. SEQUENTIAL ODD/EVEN: these are the numbers odd/even, which are drawn consecutive (example: 26 & 28, 47 & 49).
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  11. 7. SEQUENTIAL LEAP FROG: This happens when the number in front or after the drawn number will be drawn in the next game (example: the drawn numbers are: 03-15-18-29-44 and the possible leapers are 02,04,14,16,17,19,28,30,43, 45). In the lotto games the numbers 01 and 49 are considered to be sequential.
    1. 8. CENTERED SEQUENTIAL LEAP FROG: this happens when the number between a sequential odd/even pair is the next drawn (example: this numbers are drawn: 07-09-16-29-32-34, and the sequential pairs are 07-09, 32-34)
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    3. 9. LAST 3-6 GAMES: If you study your lotto game you will see that in 20%-30% of the cases, three (or more) of the winning numbers will be found in the three previous games and in the last four games will be found in 40%-50%. Usually it’s obvious that three numbers from the last four games will be drawn along with three numbers, which haven’t been drawn in the last four games.
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    5. 10. LAST DIGITS: this happens when two numbers, which are drawn together and have the last same digit (example: 06 & 26, 08 & 38, 17 & 37). In 50% of the drawings two numbers will have the last same digit and many will have two or more. Fla 6/49 10/93 02-19-22-27-34-47. Because most drawings contain two numbers, which have the last same digit, if at a drawing these numbers don’t come up, it is almost sure that the next drawing will contain two sets. For example: Fla 6/49 10/30/94 02-05-09-14-30-34 is a draw. Remember that 19 was followed by 09, 34 by 14 and 34.
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    Now check your history for examples:

    26 39 49 54

    01 11 21 01 11 21 31 01 11 21 31 41 01 11 21 31 41 51

    02 12 22 02 12 22 32 02 12 22 32 42 02 12 22 32 42 52

    03 13 23 03 13 23 33 03 13 23 33 43 03 13 23 33 43 53

    04 14 24 04 14 24 34 04 14 24 34 44 04 14 24 34 44 54

    05 15 25 05 15 25 35 05 15 25 35 45 05 15 25 35 45

    06 16 26 06 16 26 36 06 16 26 36 46 06 15 26 36 46

    07 17 07 17 27 37 07 17 27 37 47 07 17 27 37 47

    08 18 08 18 28 38 08 18 28 38 48 08 18 28 38 48

    09 19 09 19 29 39 09 19 29 39 49 09 19 29 39 49

    10 20 10 20 30 10 20 30 40 10 20 30 40 50

       

    1. 11. DOUBLE DIGITS: We say that a number has double digits when it has the same digit in the front and in the back (example: 22,33,44,55,66). Although they are few, these numbers are very often drawn with the same last digit (13-33) or with another double digit (33-44), but numbers with half or double the other are very rare (11-22 & 22-44).
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    3. 12. ADDITION: This happens when the sum of two drawn numbers make the third one (example: 07-10-12-22-47-48, 10 & 12 are summed and the result is 22).
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    5. 13. HALF OR DOUBLE: This happens when a number is half or double of another number, from the same drawing (example: 14-16-19-28-39-48, 14 is the double of 28 or 28 is half of 14).
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    7. 14. REVERSE DIGITS: This happens when a number is the reverse of another in the same drawing (example: 14-41, 04-40, 12-21).
    8. 26 39 49 54

      01 10 01 10 12 21 01 10 12 21 01 10 12 21

      02 20 02 20 13 31 02 20 13 31 02 20 13 31

      12 21 03 30 23 32 03 30 14 41 03 30 14 41

      04 40 23 32 04 40 15 51

      24 42 05 50 23 32

      34 43 24 42

      25 52

      34 43

      35 53

      45 54

      Sometimes this numbers are followed in the next drawing by their reverse (example: yesterday’s drawing contained 02 and today’s drawing contains 20).

         

      1. 15. MULTIPLE: This happens when numbers can be multiplied to make a third number in the same set (06x08=48).
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      3. 16. DIVISION: This happens when a number can be divided into two different numbers from the same set (example: 18 is divided into 03 & 06).
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      5. 17. POSITION: Most numbers like to have a fixed position in almost every lottery draw. The positions are: the first one between 01-13, the second between 05-21, the third position between 16-29, forth position between 26-38, fifth position 31-44 and the sixth position between 41-49. Follow the strong patterns and ignore the numbers which don’t know their position.
        1. 18. BINGO: Play as much tickets as you need to cover all your numbers. For example, for 49 numbers you should have at least 8 or 9 tickets. This way, the chances you will win are increasing rapidly.
        2. How to Create A Winning Ticket

        3. Don’t try to get all of the rules above on a single ticket. Start with a simple system and then work your way up to complex matrixes. First you have to practice before you actually play. Let’s say that these numbers were at the last drawing: 07-15-27-34-38-44. Now write the numbers that can leap frog, note H (hot) above the ones that have been drawn in the last games and C (cold) above the ones that haven’t. HCCCHCCCCHCC 06-08-14-16-26-28-33-35-37-39-43-45. Write the numbers which appear in the last three drawings: 02-05-06-07-12-15-17-23-25-26-27-30-34-36-38-39-40-41- 44-47 * * * * * * , then star the ones that appear in your repeater set. Note the odds and evens, the numbers that have the last same digit and are sequential numbers. Then note the numbers which weren’t in the winning draws 01-03-04-09-10-11-13-18-19-20-21-22-24-29-31-32-42-46-48-49 and brake down the last winning draw.

          07

          15

          27

          34

          38

          44

          Now search the numbers that could leap frog, the numbers which are half/double the above, those who have the last same digit and reverse digits and then add them above.

        4. 07-47

          15-45

          27-37

          14-34

          08-38 14-44

          If you notice, one number from each set come from the last four drawings. Now look for the leap froggers, the numbers that will keep you in the high/low spread, and the numbers that can be added to make other numbers. (05+08=13). 07-23-30-47 06-15-39-45 02-05-27-37 the 2&5=7+20 from zero hits = 27. 12-14-26-34 08-12-23-38 12+23=35 from zero hits. 14-17-31-44

        5. The numbers that haven’t been drawn recently will balance the high/low, odd/even. Now search the numbers that are sequential sets (14-15) and sequential odd sets (15-17). 05-07-23-30-42-47 06-10-15-16-39-45 02-05-20-27-37-42 12-14-23-26-34-49 08-12-23-35-38-48 03-14-17-31-44-45 At first, you could not notice the relationships between the numbers, but as you gain experience, it will be a lot easier and you won’t have to force the numbers to fit.

        6. you should play eight or nune sets of numbers, which cover all 49 numbers. This way you will have all the 6 winning numbers on your tickets. Write down the numbers thet you want to play. Write the leapers, odd/even, sequential, reverse. You want to create a set of numbers thet will win, not that will just fit. Combine your best parts with other numbers that fit your pattern. For example: if you create a set like: 03-06-09-18-30-48, you have: 03+06=09, 03x06=18, 03+06+09=18, 09 doubled is 18, 03 & 30 are reversed, 18+30=48, 18 & 48 have the same last digit. In this example you can seeall the demands for a winning ticket. As you get more experience, you will be able to see thet winning numbers from the last drawing can predict the next game. Let’s say thet 14 was in the last drawing. It can predict 04,14,24,34,41,44. If you get lost and don’t know what to do, look into your drawing history and find patterns. Then note how many times the numbers have repeated, the neighbours of the previous winner, the sets of numbers with the same last digit, the numbers which can be added to form a third number in the same set, the reverse numbers, the sequential numbers and the odd/even.

          EXAMPLES(from Fla 6/49)

             

          1. �� 09/04/93 10-15-20-38-39-43
            1. • 10 & 20 have the same last digit
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            3. • 38 & 39 are sequentia
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            5. • no repeaters & no leapers
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            7. • 3 odd & 3 even
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            9. • 3 high & 3 low
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          2. �� 09/11/93 12-22-31-43-44-49
            1. • 12 & 22 have the same last digit.
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            3. • 43 & 44 are sequential.
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            5. • 43 repeated.
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            7. • 12 + 31=43.
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            9. • 22 & 44 are double digits.
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            11. • 22 & 44 are half or double the other.
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            13. • 49 has the same last digit as 39 from previous draw.
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            15. • 3 odd & 3 even.
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            17. • 4 high & 2 low.
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            19. �� 09/18/93 10-16-26-28-41-47
            20. • 16 & 26 have the same last digit.
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            22. • 10+16=26.
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            24. • no repeats. & no leapers.
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            26. • 10 came from within the last two draws.
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            28. • 4 even & 2 odd.
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            30. • 4 high & 2 low.
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            32. �� 09/25/93 14-18-31-39-45-48
            33. • 18 & 48 have the same last digit.
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            35. • 14+31=45.
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            37. • no repeats.
                1. 48 was a leaper from the side of 47 in the last draw.

                   

                2. • 31 & 39 came from within the last three draws.
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                4. • 41 repeated as reverse 14.
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                6. • 31 has same last digit as 41 from previous draw.
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                8. • 3 odd & 3 even.
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                10. • 4 high & 2 low.
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                12. �� 10/02/93 09-26-28-36-43-44

                   

                   

                13. • 26 & 36 have the same last digit.
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                15. • 44 is a double digit.
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                17. • There were no repeats.
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                19. • 26 & 28 are sequential even digits.
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                21. • 43 & 44 are sequential digits.
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                23. • 26, 28, 43, 44 all came from within the last three draws.
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                25. • 28 and 44 has same last digit as 14, 18 and 48 from previous draw.
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                27. • 2 odd & 4 even.
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                29. • 5 high & 1 low is out of balance.
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                31. �� 10/09/93 05-14-18-26-28-39

                   

                   

                32. • 18 & 28 have the same last digit.
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                34. • 26 & 28 are sequential even numbers.
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                36. • 26 & 28 repeated from the last draw.
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                38. • 14, 26, 28, 39 all came from within the last two draws.
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                40. • 14, 18 and 28 has same last digit as 28 and 44 in previous draw.
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                42. • 2 odd & 4 even.
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                44. • 3 high & 3 low return to balance.
                  1. 10/16/93 04-15-16-28-31-40
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                    2. • 15 & 16 are sequential numbers.
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                    4. • 15 plus 16 equals 31.
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                    6. • 28 repeated from the last draw.
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                    8. • 04 is a a leaper from the side of 05 in the last draw.
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                    10. • 28 & 31 came from within the last three drawings.
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                    12. • 16, 28, 31 came from within the last four drawings.
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                    14. • 04 has same last digit as 14 from previous draw.
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                    16. • 2 odd & 4 even.
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                    18. • 3 high & 3 low
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                  2. The first person to win the grand prize at the Florida Lottery was Joseph Patrick crowley of Boca Raton and won 20 millions.
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                  2.14. When You Have to Wheel

                  This is not a reliable system. For example if you play a five number game and you only buy two tickets, you must have at least one three number ticket or better.

                1. Synergy: this happens when you play a third set. The first & the second, the second & the third and the third & the first sets could form combinations. If you have extra sets, recombine your three strongest sets by:

        7. Squares

          The magic Squares could help you to get started, and it is also very easy. You just have to write the numbers from upper left to lower right. Here is an example:

          07/17/93 09-18-28-40-44-46.

          __________________________ _______________________________

          : 01 : : : : : : 09 : : : : : :

          : : 02 : : : : : : 18 : : : : :

          : : : 03 : : : : : : 28 : : : :

          : : : : 04 : : : : : : 40 : : :

          : : : : : 05 : : : : : : 44 : :

          : : : : : : 46 :

          Now write all the resulting numbers you could use: leapers, reverse, numbers with same last digit, sequential, odds and evens: 08-10-19-29-39-49/08 17-19-28-38-48/08-27-29-38-48/04-10-20-30-39-41/04-14-24-34-43 45/06-16-26-36-45-47.

          !!!!Some numbers, the good side plays, are forecast more than once 04-08-10-19-29-38-39-48, and you should fill up the square using these numbers.

          If you need more, select numbers which result when you plus or minus two of the above.

          The next winning numbers were: 07/24/93 08-14-24-34-41-46.

                   

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    Thank you Pacattack05Smash


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      Your welcome honey bunch of cheerios...LOL