|Posted: August 25, 2016, 1:02 pm - IP Logged|
Chances are slim to none.
I recall seeing a story on here about a lady that had the winning numbers for one JP game, but the ticket was for the 'other' game. I don't recall the details.
But, on the subject of cross-games, I follow MM, PB and cali SLP. There are actually patterns between them. For example: a few draws back MM and SLP both had '44' repeat right the same time. SLP's last night had the same 3 numbers show up as 6 draws ago (40, 44, 46), where PB had repeats last night from 4 draws back (9 and 11).
Sometimes the MB's match between them, or at least contained in the WB's drawn (and vice-versa).
Bring up results of each of those games for say the last 20 draws and I think you'll find the commonality to be uncanny.
One of the things that make JP games difficult to track patterns in is the fact the lotteries are drawn from random ball sets and random machines. Tracking multiple games' results sort of averages or helps factor that out.