|Posted: June 7, 2007, 8:35 pm - IP Logged|
Not only that, but they have 4 different white ball ball machines, and 4 different sets of white balls, and they also have the same for the red powerball: 4 totally different sets of machines and balls.
They interchange and swap ballsets (within each color) most every drawing (evening), so they have a different machine/ballset combo almost every drawing.
Once in a blue moon they will go two games in a row without changing.
I have not seen a 'constant', or a number that may hit more often with one ballset or one machine, but we would not know which set they use until after the games anyway.
Besides, It's hard enough guessing which number to play, I don't have the time to guess which machine or ballset is 'due'.