|Posted: September 25, 2008, 12:01 pm - IP Logged|
I prefer a RNG with a bias toward the kinds of combinations I think will win. When playing MegaMillions, some of those bias are:
Never pick a combination that has won before.
Never match 3 in all the previous drawings more than 4 times.
Sums of 90 to 195.
At least one even and odd numbers in every combination.
Range of combinations of 25 to 53.
No more than three adjacent numbers in a row.
More than two decade in the combinations.
If the RNG is totally random then you're depending on luck to have a winner. Your odds of that happening are the same as the posted odds on your play slip.
* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *