|Posted: October 30, 2011, 3:50 pm - IP Logged|
It is pretty much accepted as fact that there is no universal standards governing lottery games. What might work in one game might not work in another. Or they might work today and fail tomorrow due to the changing patterns and trends.
Deciding the numbers is much more complicated. A five digit set sounds awesome. Sounds like you are going to cover half the combinations, right?
But what is it in reality?
Well, in reality there are 252 five digit sets. Each set produces 60 exact singles, 60 exact doubles and 5 triples. Boxed will be 10 singles, 20 doubles, and 5 triples.
So in reality you are covering one-eighth of all combinations.
Many of those 252 sets contain 2 or 3 of the same digits. There is approximately 125 sets that share one digit.
Your questions are much more complicated than just asking about wheeling 5 digits. First, you have to decide which 5.
And that depends on how much work you want to put into it.