|Posted: April 11, 2012, 10:59 am - IP Logged|
My lottery strategy goes like this. I divide the numbers in a lottery by hot, neutral and cold. Hot numbers are those that appeared in the last 5 games. Neutral are those that appeared in games 6-10, and cold are those that have not appeared in more than 10 games (a.k.a longshots). Gathering data from 3 different 6/45 lottery games, and analysing over 300 games, I noticed a trend. The combinations that occured most frequently were 5hot/1cold and 3hot/1neutral/2cold.
Not playing a single longshot and you're guranteed to lose out 90% of the time. Playing too many, on the other hand, also reduces your chances of winning. Whenever I play, I only play these two combinations as they account for up to 40-50% of all games.