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system 25 for 6/49

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Posted: September 26, 2015, 8:14 am - IP Logged

hi i am from singapore and i like to play the lottery. and the lottery is very very hard to win since they change to 6/49 from 6/45. and even system 12 mostly cannot win too( of course is wheeling not full 12). i need some tips if i go to some random generator and generate a system 25 for 6/49. then i generate 10 sets of 6 numbers from the system 25. what is the chance of hitting somethings


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    Posted: September 26, 2015, 8:29 am - IP Logged

    i need help i need help


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      okie let me repeat 1 more time. what is the chance of winning if i generate 25 numbers. then from the 25 numbers i generate 10 set of 6 numbers. what is the chance of i winning with the 10 set of generated number from chosen 25. what is the chance of hitting sometime let say the 6 numbers open from the choosen 25 number

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        Posted: September 26, 2015, 1:18 pm - IP Logged

        okie let me repeat 1 more time. what is the chance of winning if i generate 25 numbers. then from the 25 numbers i generate 10 set of 6 numbers. what is the chance of i winning with the 10 set of generated number from chosen 25. what is the chance of hitting sometime let say the 6 numbers open from the choosen 25 number

        Depends on your game payouts.  Obviously if it pays for a match2 your odds of winning something is better than if it only pays for match3s or better.  Many states have 6/49 games so your best bet would be to check the prediction board and find out what players who win a lot in those games are doing.

        The odds of winning the jackpot never change regardless of the number of lines you play, it's that your chances are better the more lines you play.

         * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
           
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          Posted: September 26, 2015, 3:44 pm - IP Logged

          See the image below

          It shows how many times each number appears in each ticket position from the entire draw

          Bias your picks toward this chart, tests have shown time and time again you are more likely to win a prize from doing this than selecting random numbers.

          Have a go simply get the draw history and compare to the chart.

          normal distribution 6/49 draw

          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.

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            Posted: September 26, 2015, 4:11 pm - IP Logged

            okie let me repeat 1 more time. what is the chance of winning if i generate 25 numbers. then from the 25 numbers i generate 10 set of 6 numbers. what is the chance of i winning with the 10 set of generated number from chosen 25. what is the chance of hitting sometime let say the 6 numbers open from the choosen 25 number

            I don't know why people always get hung up on th odds of winning. ???  The odds don't really matter !!! It doesn't matter if the odds of winning are 1 in 1 million, or 1 in 10 million, or 1 in 100,000.  You will not win unless you have the right winning numbers, on the same line, in your wheeled combinationsFocus on a system that generates the RIGHT WINNING NUMBERS, WHEELED in such a way as to give the best BALANCED coverage in your number combinationsA Balanced Wheel increases the chances of the right 6 winning numbers showing up on the same line.

            Assuming you have the right 6 winning numbers in your group of 25, Back test Wheels, and Find the "Best Consistent Wheel" that would have given you a Jackpot 6/6 , or at least a 5/6 win, if such a Wheel even exists !!!

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              Posted: September 26, 2015, 10:49 pm - IP Logged

              See the image below

              It shows how many times each number appears in each ticket position from the entire draw

              Bias your picks toward this chart, tests have shown time and time again you are more likely to win a prize from doing this than selecting random numbers.

              Have a go simply get the draw history and compare to the chart.

              normal distribution 6/49 draw

              "Bias your picks toward this chart, tests have shown time and time again you are more likely to win a prize from doing this than selecting random numbers."

              Did those tests conclude picking numbers randomly wouldn't have the same bias as shown in that table?   Regardless of how combinations are picked, once sorted number one will appear the most in the first position and number forty-nine will appear most in the sixth position. Wink

               * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                 
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                "Bias your picks toward this chart, tests have shown time and time again you are more likely to win a prize from doing this than selecting random numbers."

                Did those tests conclude picking numbers randomly wouldn't have the same bias as shown in that table?   Regardless of how combinations are picked, once sorted number one will appear the most in the first position and number forty-nine will appear most in the sixth position. Wink

                RJOH,

                Was thinking about asking about those tests as well.

                In a perfect lottery it might be true, but in reality, numbers, pairs, even triples don't consistently fall in their "natural" (most often hit) positions.

                Trying to place single numbers is one thing, but once you begin coupling numbers in pairs or triples, (in 6/49 once any three numbers are put together to a triple the possible combinations drop to 15180 and most often one of those numbers will not be in their natural position).

                In going through Texas 2Step, I've found the oddest pairing aren't always the worst plays. The pair 21,24 hits 55 times in the first two positions in the entire matrix, or 10.42%.  This is the same percentage as 23,24 or 11,24 or 2,24  3,24, 6,24 18,24 etc....

                It hits 8 times in the game (9.88%) which is the same as 2,24 and 7,24. And yet how many people would consider playing any of those pairs as the first two numbers in a set?

                I'll go off grid and suggest it would better to bias your sets to the actual game play, rather than sticking to the matrix. While a number may carry a bulge, say it hits 684,000 times in the third position (more than any other number), temper that with the realization there are other possibilities for that position that may not look so good the matrix, but do well in a particular game.

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                  RJOH,

                  Was thinking about asking about those tests as well.

                  In a perfect lottery it might be true, but in reality, numbers, pairs, even triples don't consistently fall in their "natural" (most often hit) positions.

                  Trying to place single numbers is one thing, but once you begin coupling numbers in pairs or triples, (in 6/49 once any three numbers are put together to a triple the possible combinations drop to 15180 and most often one of those numbers will not be in their natural position).

                  In going through Texas 2Step, I've found the oddest pairing aren't always the worst plays. The pair 21,24 hits 55 times in the first two positions in the entire matrix, or 10.42%.  This is the same percentage as 23,24 or 11,24 or 2,24  3,24, 6,24 18,24 etc....

                  It hits 8 times in the game (9.88%) which is the same as 2,24 and 7,24. And yet how many people would consider playing any of those pairs as the first two numbers in a set?

                  I'll go off grid and suggest it would better to bias your sets to the actual game play, rather than sticking to the matrix. While a number may carry a bulge, say it hits 684,000 times in the third position (more than any other number), temper that with the realization there are other possibilities for that position that may not look so good the matrix, but do well in a particular game.

                  Several years ago I kept charts for 2 Step, Tx Lotto, and MM that tracked each number's position from every draw. After some time it became apparent that just because a number plays in a particular position doesn't mean the others will show in their respective positions in the same draw. But it was fun playing with the charts until it was lost in a computer crash.

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                    Posted: September 28, 2015, 1:44 am - IP Logged

                    is it when i chose 25 numbers from 49 numbers and quickpick 10 set of 6 numbers. and if all 6 numbers open in the 25 numbers. is it 6/49 became 6/25 when all 6 numbers open in the 25 numbers