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# 90 draws make a 5+0/4+1 winner

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China
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Quote: Originally posted by hypersoniq on March 14, 2004

lottoking/goose/jackpot... let's just call you A.K.A. ...

You are not including exactly HOW to include the correct number in the group of 18, that's a rather glaring omission... are they supposed to be winning numbers from the last drawing?

Good question,hyper

I said we study it together by using Pos freq and excel! Thats it!

Pennsylvania
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positional frequency does not tell the whole story, out-of-position repeats in the powerball are much more common than positional repeating numbers (the basis for trend-spotting).

Do yourself a favor, separate the data into draw history for wednesdays and draw history for saturdays... there are more repeats out of position then there are positionally, and there are more repeats on wednesdays than saturdays.

Powerball repeats (positional) using full history = 26 in 150 draws (18.66%)

Powerball repeats with Saturday Data (positional) = 18 in 75 draws (24%)

Powerball repeats with Wednesday Data (positional) = 22 in 75 draws (29.33%)

Total repeats on saturday data = 32 (42.66%)

Total repeats on Wednesday data = 50 (66.66%)

Playing more than one ticket per game is betting against yourself.

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* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *

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