|Posted: January 7, 2010, 3:09 pm - IP Logged|
is that frequent hitting numbers are more likely due than the oddballs (as I like to call them). It's a pretty simple, straight forward theory.
I used this for Keno and the MM mega ball. I cross out any numbers that have hit the last X number of games and from the remainder, I pick the ones that hit the most (from a certain period of time of course).
For mega millions mega ball, I used 5 wagers using the same mega ball. I crossed out all the ones that over the previous 100 draws and from the remainder, I picked the most frequent (according to the california lottery website). I actually won $11 when I hit 35, but that 5 still won't hit (grr).
For Keno, I did something similar by crossing out the numbers that hit the past 3 drawings and choose the ones that hit the most the last few months. I actually matched 7 ($25) twice using this strategy. HOWEVER, I should mention that there were other factors. Both times took place a draw or two after at least 10 of the numbers were repeats from the previous draw. The first time was before I even used this strategy, but it still deals with repeat numbers.
I didn't make much using these strategies, but my bigger wins can be thanked by using these strategies so it has to count for something.