|Posted: March 28, 2012, 9:01 pm - IP Logged|
I try my hardest not to sale LSA as a system, I don't like when people refer to LSA as a system because it is not.
It's a statistic Analyser for lotteries (Lottery Statistic Analyser) no more no less. I prefer to think of it as a calculator for lotteries and as with a calculator the output is only as good as the input.
I don't go for systems, they can't work, the odds are as the lottery organizers publish on their site, you could have a lucky streak on a system but eventually the odds will match what the organizers publish. Long term users of LSA will know that my software emphases this fact in its reports and stats.
I don't think you really need to study draw stats to know no system will predict a jackpot.
Saying that, statistically you can certainly increase your chances of smaller prizes by using a bit of mathematics.
A simple example
3 Ball combos covered in 6 balls = 20 / 20 combos: 100.00%
4 Ball combos covered in 6 balls = 14 / 15 combos: 93.33%
5 Ball combos covered in 6 balls = 4 / 6 combos: 66.67%
Ways to win = 38 in a pick 6/49 game
09 16 17 18 23
09 16 17 18 28
09 16 18 23 28
16 17 18 23 28
3 Ball combos covered in 9 balls = 30 / 84 combos: 35.71%
4 Ball combos covered in 9 balls = 15 / 126 combos: 11.90%
5 Ball combos covered in 9 balls = 3 / 126 combos: 2.38%
Ways to win = 48 in a pick 6/49 game
01 04 05 06 07
02 03 04 05 08
02 03 06 07 09
By using maths I have now reduced the tickets by 1 but increased my odds of a prize by 10 more possibles.
Now using this on a larger scale creates even greater increases in odds for tickets played.
LSA works it all out for you
I will say it again LSA is a lottery statistic analyser based on maths, its not a magical system claiming to predict the lottery.
It has been said every software has a bug in it, it has also been said that every program can be reduced by one line of code.
There for any program can be reduced to 1 line that dont work.