How to Predict the Lottery

Latest Casino News 08 May , 2019 0

How to predict the lottery has always been a dilemma many people have gone through. These have gone insane tormenting on this matter. But can you really blame them? Of course not! The millions of dollars that await you can change a single person's life. As they say, money can make the world go round. But is it really worth distracting oneself in predicting the lottery? For those who have been lucky would definitely say yes. But what about those who have gone troubled of arranging number patterns to derive to the winning derivations, and yet not been successful? What could possibly have gone wrong? Well the main reason is simply not using the right techniques and tools on how to predict the lottery. So here are a few tips that would lighten up your torment.

1. Be updated of the results of the previous draw in your area. You can find the information online, at the magazine, or at your nearest lotto outlets. Concentrate on the last sets of winning numbers. Try to study how the patterns are changing from the first set of combination to the last one look for an unusual patterns and the one that seems to have an obvious arithmetic sequence.

2. Do not select a set of numbers that are either odd or even. This is not how to predict the lottery combination. Example: 3, 7, 15, 21, 33, 41 odd numbers or 2, 12, 20, 28, 32, 42 even numbers. This may have appeared in the winning draw for sometime but it's not likely to appear in majority of the time. Try splitting up these numbers of let's say 2 even and 4 odd or 3 even and 3 odd or other way of splitting these sets.

3. Combination of consecutive numbers. It's a smart idea to also include consecutive number. Example, 7, 18, 22, and 33. You can either pick a higher or lower set. There's a very high percentage that this combination has drawn this way.


Source by Kim M Rush


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