We all want to win the lotto jackpot, but is it really a game of chance? Or there’s a secret strategy to win?
A group of luck winners shared a $30 million Saturday Lotto Superdraw 6 years go. These 18 winners have received $1.6 million each. The winners have picked numbers 5, 12, 34, 33, 42 with supplementary numbers of 30 and 32. You read it correctly, folks: 32, 33, and 34 showed up in a single draw. Will that pattern occur if you applied your old reliable approach of picking important dates like birthdays and anniversaries?
Studying Previous Lottery Draw Results
Everyone has his or her own special method in choosing lucky lotto numbers and number sets. Only one thing is certain, your chances of winning are 1 in 2 million with a basic 4-game pick. The odds aren’t really bad if you think that you’re 1 in 11 million in Oz Lotto and 1 in 14 million in Powerball. When someone wins the jackpot, it’s called “statistical variation” or in layman’s terms it’s called luck. All gambling games have random element and it’s really predictable what results show up.
Are Choosing Hot Numbers Over Cold Numbers Work?
The immortal question in playing the lottery would be: What’s the best way to choose numbers? People will choose numbers that frequently appear, some will just randomly pick numbers, and for most people, they like using important dates like birthdays and anniversaries. Some people will say it’s a game of chance, and it’s best to have faith in your personal number sets. You need to stick with your personal number sets either win or lose.
The NSW Lotteries website features a number selector that enables users to track hot and cold numbers. Hot numbers are frequently drawn numbers, while cold numbers are seldom drawn numbers. Take note that the website mentions that Oz Lotto’s important numbers are: Hot: 3, 35, 13, 17, 33, 26 and 25. Cold 6, 42, 38, 30, 24, 14 and 10. The big idea though is that it doesn’t statistically makes a difference whether your lucky 7 comes out every week or every 3 months.
What is the Gary Abblet Factor?
Statistics professor Matt Croucher of Macquarie Graduate School of Management says “I know that people have theories that some numbers are luckier than others because they come up more frequently, while others say that infrequent numbers are overdue. Realistically, it doesn’t matter. Lotto numbers have no memory. There’s no emotion involved and no memory.”
The Geelong Advertiser might strongly disagree using the Gary Abblet Factor. AFL player Gary Abblet is considered a luck pick for local residents. Abblet has picked up a premiership and the Brownlow Medal with the Geelong Cats in 2009. He plays in jersey 29, which showed up in 3 Geelong division one Tattslotto winners in 2009.
The Gary Abblet Factor applies in lottery that certain numbers could appear more frequently than others, but hot or cold numbers can be deemed as “seasonal” whenever they appear frequently or consecutively. So does this answer if there’s a secret in winning the lotto jackpot? The secret formula for winning is to combine personal numbers with hot numbers, but consider using random numbers as well. This should be the old reliable in winning lotto prizes.