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# Lottery patterns numbers formula

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 Posted: January 28, 2016, 2:43 pm - IP Logged

How do you all do it?

What do you all look at?  Is it a system?

In other words the night the powerball was finally hit

4 8 19 27 34   10

So 4 7 8 7 .   Is there a math system?   The powerball number I can't speak of.

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Most of the times ignore numbers from last 4 draws and look at it by the last digit like 1,11,31,21 etc... 2,22,32 etc...and ignore those came out recently

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1/29/2016 MEGA millions - I wouldnt play numbers 10,20,30,40,50,60,70,21,41,51,61,3,13,23,33,43,53,63,73,4,14,24,34,44,54,64,74,5,15,25,35,45,55,65,75,9,19,29,39,49,59,69

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You're referring to the single digit weight of the numbers.  Every drawing has a unique number if you put them together in a string.  There are exceptions, sometimes there are repeats from within 50-100 draws, but very rarely.

In most instances, the single digit weight sequence is 4 or 5 digits in length.  Meaning that at least one or two of the single digit weights repeated.  Sometimes that sequence is six digits in length, sometimes it is 3 digits - meaning none of the single digit weights repeated, or 3 of them repeated.

On a playslip that has 10 numbers in each row (isolating the decades to one row each), the above is saying that the columns refer to the single digit weights.

There have never been any single or two digits sequences.  That goes for any JP game.

Furthermore, it is very typically for at least two of those single digit weights to repeat in back-to-back draws.

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A couple of other things I track:

• Repeated number
• Sequential strings
• 5-position jumps
• 10-position jumps.

If you look at any JP game, you will see that these happen in clusters.

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