|Posted: March 16, 2010, 3:21 pm - IP Logged|
I don't see anything strange at all. The only thing strange is the fact that the numbers look bias because they are consecutive. Big deal.
I had an argument with a friend of mine about this a while back. He claimed that 1-2-3-4-5 don't have the same chance as coming out as other combos. Obviously he has no clue.
My return argument was the following.
Last night's Florida fantasy five winning numbers were 5-12-18-24-28. How long would you think it will take for those exact numbers to come out again? A Very very very long time frm now.
So, just because the numbers look bias (consecutive), in any way has no bearing. Every combo will eventually show. It just happened to be the time for 19-20-21-22-23 to show. Just like it was time for 5-12-18-24-28 to show.
On a slightly different note, you wouldn't believe how many hundreds or thousands of folks play 1-2-3-4-5-6 in just about every state, every week, unaware of the others. They think only a handfull of people are playing those combos. When it does finally show, boy will they be in for a surprise. Forget 16,000 bucks, try dividing a JP by 500 - 3,000 folks....lol