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Posted: September 13, 2013, 8:34 am - IP Logged

Hi

When I say triples I am talking about three consecutive numbers; 1,2,3....46,47,48 etc....

As a lottery analyst and author of the book; How do I win on a lottery? by Simon Duringer, I have been analysing data from the UK National Lottery for over 5 years and several global lotteries on and off for a similar period of time.

These past few weeks have been interesting but there is more to come, more that I wish to share Wink

I have recently been predicting on my fb page that the consecutive triple has been overdue... It came 3 draws ago. I then predicted (publicly on my fb page with the same name as my book) that probability based upon past results showed that there was a high likelyhood that a consecutive triple would pop right back in on the following draw... it DID.

Yes, I do feel a tad smug as predictions are one thing, public and specific predictions are a whole other ball game!

There was a third prediction that, whilst I can't be as specific in terms of how many draws away it is, is long overdue in occurring....

The biggy which has only occurred 12 times in 1800 draws is the 4 consecutive numbers. It takes place on average every 12 consecutive triples; there have been 20 since it last popped out. It takes place on average every 150 draws, we are now into excess on that front also....

2 things to note on wagering with consecutive quads; On 4/6 the odds are IRO 6500:1, on 4/7 (incl Bonus Ball) odds are IRO 3000:1. The vast majority of cases have included the bonus ball.

I hope you all find this information helpful, I see my book is still not in the Lottery Post store regardless of reaching the Amazon Top 10 bestseller list for its genre a while back.... but hey ho....

If you find this information useful feel free to look up my book which is available on Amazon in Kindle and paperback (fully colour illustrated). The kindle book is only $3 which I consider a steal for 5 years worth of genuine analysis!! How do I win on a lottery? don't forget the name....

Enjoy the weekend and best of lotto luck.

Simon Duringer (Author)

p.s. Those recent triple wins are evidenced on my FB page Cool

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    Posted: September 13, 2013, 8:39 am - IP Logged

    Hi

    When I say triples I am talking about three consecutive numbers; 1,2,3....46,47,48 etc....

    As a lottery analyst and author of the book; How do I win on a lottery? by Simon Duringer, I have been analysing data from the UK National Lottery for over 5 years and several global lotteries on and off for a similar period of time.

    These past few weeks have been interesting but there is more to come, more that I wish to share Wink

    I have recently been predicting on my fb page that the consecutive triple has been overdue... It came 3 draws ago. I then predicted (publicly on my fb page with the same name as my book) that probability based upon past results showed that there was a high likelyhood that a consecutive triple would pop right back in on the following draw... it DID.

    Yes, I do feel a tad smug as predictions are one thing, public and specific predictions are a whole other ball game!

    There was a third prediction that, whilst I can't be as specific in terms of how many draws away it is, is long overdue in occurring....

    The biggy which has only occurred 12 times in 1800 draws is the 4 consecutive numbers. It takes place on average every 12 consecutive triples; there have been 20 since it last popped out. It takes place on average every 150 draws, we are now into excess on that front also....

    2 things to note on wagering with consecutive quads; On 4/6 the odds are IRO 6500:1, on 4/7 (incl Bonus Ball) odds are IRO 3000:1. The vast majority of cases have included the bonus ball.

    I hope you all find this information helpful, I see my book is still not in the Lottery Post store regardless of reaching the Amazon Top 10 bestseller list for its genre a while back.... but hey ho....

    If you find this information useful feel free to look up my book which is available on Amazon in Kindle and paperback (fully colour illustrated). The kindle book is only $3 which I consider a steal for 5 years worth of genuine analysis!! How do I win on a lottery? don't forget the name....

    Enjoy the weekend and best of lotto luck.

    Simon Duringer (Author)

    p.s. Those recent triple wins are evidenced on my FB page Cool

    Thanks for sharing Smiley