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Do some number combinations have better odds?

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Set of 39 for PB. Wed. Jan. 9, 2013.

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      Posted: January 9, 2013, 5:08 pm - IP Logged

      Let's start with the following for now.

       

      LOTTO 6/49 has 13.983.816 combinations, or "lines" of 6 numbers.

      "01,02,03,04,05,06" is one of them.

       

      Combinations with 6 consecutive numbers, like "35,36,37,38,39,40"

      or, "23,24,25,26,27,28" are only 44.

       

      Divide the 13.983.816 combinations by the combinations or lines which only have 6 consecutive numbers and that are 44 and, you'll get the "expectancy" - or how often should I expect this particular line for example of 6 consecutive numbers to appear - which is every 317.814 drawings.

      Your calculation is based on all 44 consecutive combinations, not a particular one.  You can expect only one of the 44 to show up every 317,814 drawings.  The odds of a particular combination showing up are the same for all of them regardless of their composition - 1:13,983,816.

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          Your calculation is based on all 44 consecutive combinations, not a particular one.  You can expect only one of the 44 to show up every 317,814 drawings.  The odds of a particular combination showing up are the same for all of them regardless of their composition - 1:13,983,816.

          I think he is trying to calculate the 44 combinatins in relation to the remaining 13,983,772 combinations, any one of which having BETTER ODDS of hitting.


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            Your calculation is based on all 44 consecutive combinations, not a particular one.  You can expect only one of the 44 to show up every 317,814 drawings.  The odds of a particular combination showing up are the same for all of them regardless of their composition - 1:13,983,816.

            Basically according to this mathematical proof, If i want to hit a consecutive series of neighboring numbers, then I just have to guess correctly once every 44 games.

            Thinking of...

            And you can even begin to back test it because the 123456 consecutive just hit.Type


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              Bout time those numbers hit, we been waiting 317,814 drawing for them....................


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                Let's start with the following for now.

                 

                LOTTO 6/49 has 13.983.816 combinations, or "lines" of 6 numbers.

                "01,02,03,04,05,06" is one of them.

                 

                Combinations with 6 consecutive numbers, like "35,36,37,38,39,40"

                or, "23,24,25,26,27,28" are only 44.

                 

                Divide the 13.983.816 combinations by the combinations or lines which only have 6 consecutive numbers and that are 44 and, you'll get the "expectancy" - or how often should I expect this particular line for example of 6 consecutive numbers to appear - which is every 317.814 drawings.

                How would the odds change, if instead of 6 consecutive numbers, you used 10 consecutive numbers?


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                  Bout time those numbers hit, we been waiting 317,814 drawing for them....................

                  Have you thought of trying $1000 dollar wheels with power numbers?


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                    Have you thought of trying $1000 dollar wheels with power numbers?

                    I would love to, but my buffoon like brain function wont allow me to fill out that many play slips.....

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                      LB ,

                            Their must be a flaw is all this Theory and Analysis of Games . I beat the Pick 5 games ( 1 NY Take 5 and 1 Arizona Fanatasy 5 with 5 out 5 each in Predictions ). The NY Take 5 , I had the Win in 7 lines and Arizona Fantasy 5 it was with in my Predictions Posted with 1 Filters at 100 plus lines .. The NY Take 5 , I've had many 4 out 5 , 3 out 5 and 2 out 5 Hits with a Few Predictions . It does not matter on all this Theory and Analysis its the System/Method/Process that can Produce the Winning Lines .

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                        Have you thought of trying $1000 dollar wheels with power numbers?

                        I like your new icon.... Have you thought about using an image of Charles Manson or Jeffery Dahmer?


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                          I would love to, but my buffoon like brain function wont allow me to fill out that many play slips.....

                          LOL.

                          Yes I guess the limit is not really on how many games you can buy but rather how tired will your hand get.

                          I have to find what printer can print playslips the best.


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                            LOL.

                            Yes I guess the limit is not really on how many games you can buy but rather how tired will your hand get.

                            I have to find what printer can print playslips the best.

                            I Agree! 


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