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# Powerball 28 The Most overdue Red Ball

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 Posted: June 15, 2011, 1:11 pm - IP Logged

So when was the last time RB 28 hit?

And, what is more rare: a RB to go that long, or a WB?

I said elsewhere WB 35 has not hit in the last 75 games, but with a WB you get five chances to be hit every game, so 5 x 75 = 375,  WB #35 has not hit in 375 chances.

What I have noticed is the numbers that hit rarely 5-6-7 years ago are the SAME numbers that hit rarely today, even with the ballset change, change of venue from Iowa to Florida, and with the matrix change. (not only do they pick random ballsets for each drawing, they DO swap out complete ballsets once in awhile).

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 Posted: June 15, 2011, 3:19 pm - IP Logged

So when was the last time RB 28 hit?

And, what is more rare: a RB to go that long, or a WB?

I said elsewhere WB 35 has not hit in the last 75 games, but with a WB you get five chances to be hit every game, so 5 x 75 = 375,  WB #35 has not hit in 375 chances.

What I have noticed is the numbers that hit rarely 5-6-7 years ago are the SAME numbers that hit rarely today, even with the ballset change, change of venue from Iowa to Florida, and with the matrix change. (not only do they pick random ballsets for each drawing, they DO swap out complete ballsets once in awhile).

The previous equation will work for the White Balls, too.

We need to ask the right question, 'What is the probability of any individual number being selected in a draw?'

The answer is, for Powerball, 5 out of 59 or 5 / 59ths or about 0.084745762; that's about 8.4745762%.

Put another way, any individual ball will be drawn about once every 11.8 draws; which is equal to 1 / (5 /59) or 59 / 5.

The variables then become:

P = 5 / 59 and S = 254 for the most current draw to date.

When we plug in the numbers we get the following table:

 Hit Frequency Number of Balls in a given Hit Frequency Theoretical Hit Frequency Hit Frequency Probability 0 0 0 0.000002 1 0 0 0.000005 2 0 0 0.000012 3 0 0 0.000030 4 0 0 0.000069 5 0 0 0.000151 6 0 0 0.000318 7 0 0 0.000640 8 0 0 0.001227 9 0 0 0.002248 10 0 0 0.003930 11 1 0 0.006559 12 1 1 0.010450 13 0 1 0.015893 14 4 1 0.023075 15 2 2 0.031980 16 2 2 0.042310 17 4 3 0.053437 18 4 4 0.064425 19 3 4 0.074147 20 4 5 0.081463 21 5 5 0.085438 22 8 5 0.085539 23 4 5 0.081752 24 3 4 0.074587 25 5 4 0.064960 26 1 3 0.054008 27 0 3 0.042864 28 2 2 0.032475 29 2 1 0.023487 30 0 1 0.016216 31 1 1 0.010687 32 0 0 0.006724 33 0 0 0.004038 34 1 0 0.002315 35 0 0 0.001267 36 1 0 0.000662 37 0 0 0.000330 38 0 0 0.000157 39 0 0 0.000071 40 0 0 0.000031 41 1 0 0.000013

The graph below shows the table data.

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 Posted: June 15, 2011, 3:28 pm - IP Logged

I'll be mixing these white balls up up tonight in 8 different games all  with powerball red ball 28 and all with the powerplay option.

6/15/11 Powerball Predictions

WB: 06,  07,  11,  14,  15,  18,  19,  24,  26,  31,  35,  38,  41,  46,  47,  57,  58,  59. PB :  28

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 Posted: June 15, 2011, 3:32 pm - IP Logged

So when was the last time RB 28 hit?

And, what is more rare: a RB to go that long, or a WB?

I said elsewhere WB 35 has not hit in the last 75 games, but with a WB you get five chances to be hit every game, so 5 x 75 = 375,  WB #35 has not hit in 375 chances.

What I have noticed is the numbers that hit rarely 5-6-7 years ago are the SAME numbers that hit rarely today, even with the ballset change, change of venue from Iowa to Florida, and with the matrix change. (not only do they pick random ballsets for each drawing, they DO swap out complete ballsets once in awhile).

I will find out the last time RB 28 hit in a  couple of Hours I have to step out for a 4: 15 appointment. It was well over a year ago though that's for sure probaly even two

I think its more rare for a RB to go that long w/o hitting than it is for a WB. You have 59 WB's to choose from in the powerball game. You have only 29 RB's to choose form in the powerball game.

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 Posted: June 16, 2011, 12:11 pm - IP Logged

19-20-38-41-43, Powerball: 29

Ooo.... almost.

More pressure on Red #28.

But look at White #20.

That is running very Hot, Distribution Lead.

It could start to cool off.

Also, White #32 is up there in Hotness.

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 Posted: June 16, 2011, 12:40 pm - IP Logged

Here's another way of looking at it.

 White Powerballs Ball Count 7 04 6 11 5 09 08 13 05 16 4 02 19 01 21 12 18 26 23 3 25 31 15 06 34 39 44 27 10 36 2 54 03 33 28 17 48 47 53 30 14 45 07 37 1 29 35 55 24 43 57 40 46 56 59 58 38 50 51 42 49 52 22 41 32 20 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 Hit Frequency

 Red Powerballs Ball Count 5 01 12 02 08 04 4 03 16 07 25 06 05 3 13 14 17 10 31 09 11 21 2 18 26 22 19 36 20 29 27 1 28 35 32 38 34 33 39 24 37 30 15 23 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Hit Frequency

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 Posted: June 16, 2011, 1:34 pm - IP Logged

Here's another way of looking at it.

 White Powerballs Ball Count 7 04 6 11 5 09 08 13 05 16 4 02 19 01 21 12 18 26 23 3 25 31 15 06 34 39 44 27 10 36 2 54 03 33 28 17 48 47 53 30 14 45 07 37 1 29 35 55 24 43 57 40 46 56 59 58 38 50 51 42 49 52 22 41 32 20 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 Hit Frequency

 Red Powerballs Ball Count 5 01 12 02 08 04 4 03 16 07 25 06 05 3 13 14 17 10 31 09 11 21 2 18 26 22 19 36 20 29 27 1 28 35 32 38 34 33 39 24 37 30 15 23 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Hit Frequency

Hmm, I wonder if we could build a Quantum Seelecter based on the Equation and Variables we have here?

Hmmm....

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 Posted: June 16, 2011, 3:11 pm - IP Logged

I will find out the last time RB 28 hit in a  couple of Hours I have to step out for a 4: 15 appointment. It was well over a year ago though that's for sure probaly even two

I think its more rare for a RB to go that long w/o hitting than it is for a WB. You have 59 WB's to choose from in the powerball game. You have only 29 RB's to choose form in the powerball game.

sorry for the typo you have only 39 red balls to choose from in the powerball game

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 Posted: June 16, 2011, 3:23 pm - IP Logged

So when was the last time RB 28 hit?

And, what is more rare: a RB to go that long, or a WB?

I said elsewhere WB 35 has not hit in the last 75 games, but with a WB you get five chances to be hit every game, so 5 x 75 = 375,  WB #35 has not hit in 375 chances.

What I have noticed is the numbers that hit rarely 5-6-7 years ago are the SAME numbers that hit rarely today, even with the ballset change, change of venue from Iowa to Florida, and with the matrix change. (not only do they pick random ballsets for each drawing, they DO swap out complete ballsets once in awhile).

RB 28 last hit on Saturday February 9th 2008 over 3 years ago...the winning numbers for that draw are listed below.

2/09/08 Powerball Results

4,  23,  24,  30,  43,  PB : 28

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 Posted: June 16, 2011, 4:13 pm - IP Logged

Hope it hit soon. Remember, every draw is independent.

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 Posted: June 17, 2011, 1:58 pm - IP Logged

I will find out the last time RB 28 hit in a  couple of Hours I have to step out for a 4: 15 appointment. It was well over a year ago though that's for sure probaly even two

I think its more rare for a RB to go that long w/o hitting than it is for a WB. You have 59 WB's to choose from in the powerball game. You have only 29 RB's to choose form in the powerball game.

How do you figure?

You have 59 WB to choose from, one is hit, leaving 58, another is hit leaving 57, then 56, then 55...... as I said, you get Five chances at a WB every game, whereas you get ONE chance at a RB.  Why is that so hard to understand?

In some ways, a WB has a 1 in 12 chance of hitting (59 / 5) or better put 5 in 59, but a RB is 1 in 39, period.

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 Posted: June 19, 2011, 1:34 am - IP Logged

And of course, I played two games on 6/18, had RB #18 in both, changed one at the last minute - something I learned long ago to NEVER do.... also had WB 21 and 38 in the same game.

Lonnie: I was expecting two 'twenties' to hit, I had #21 and #26 in one game, #21 and #28 in the other.

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 Posted: June 22, 2011, 3:18 pm - IP Logged

How do you figure?

You have 59 WB to choose from, one is hit, leaving 58, another is hit leaving 57, then 56, then 55...... as I said, you get Five chances at a WB every game, whereas you get ONE chance at a RB.  Why is that so hard to understand?

In some ways, a WB has a 1 in 12 chance of hitting (59 / 5) or better put 5 in 59, but a RB is 1 in 39, period.

Yes, you are definitely right about that 1 in 39 odds of correctly matching the RB if you play just one game since there 39 RB's to choose from.

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 Posted: June 22, 2011, 3:21 pm - IP Logged

I'll use the same Numbers I used two draws ago for tonight all with Red Ball 28 & the powerplay option.

6/22/11 Powerball Predictions

WB:  06,  07,  11,  14,  15,  18,  19,  24,  26,  31,  35,  38,  41,  46,  47,  57,  58,  59. RB:28

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 Posted: June 23, 2011, 2:11 am - IP Logged

I'll use the same Numbers I used two draws ago for tonight all with Red Ball 28 & the powerplay option.

6/22/11 Powerball Predictions

WB:  06,  07,  11,  14,  15,  18,  19,  24,  26,  31,  35,  38,  41,  46,  47,  57,  58,  59. RB:28

Winning Numbers 6/22/2011

12   15   19   46   59     RB = 12

Nice call!

I was thinking the next red ball / white ball same number would be 28.  No such luck!  Instead, it was 12.

Best Of Luck!

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