The Florida fantasy 5 lottery is definitely one of the best lotteries around in terms of the game, the fairness, and the money, however the odds are always stacked against the player by a whopping 1 in 376,992. Such games are based on a random drawing of numbers; therefore it is impossible for any individual or for that matter computer software to predict the numbers that would be drawn next. So spending money on lottery software, or wheels, etc would be a waste of money and your precious time. In fact you can put your time to better use by spending time in analyzing the numbers released in the drawing. In fact some of the best ways to boost the chances of winning the Florida Fantasy 5 lottery is to play the numbers which have been historically drawn more frequently as compared to the others which have been drawn quite rarely. In short, one needs to play by the proven percentages. A report was published by BESTRACS Consulting, LLC, which has compiled all the winning numbers of the said lottery over the last five years. In the concerned report, the company was able to tell even the most difficult of facts like how many times each of the thirty six numbers were drawn in each of the five mentioned positions on the winning ticket. Apart from this, it was also able to identify the number of times a particular two, three, or four digit combination was repeated and with what frequency.
On the basis of these facts one can easily draft out certain ways by which a winning lottery ticket can be designed. For example, playing 3 odd and 2 even or 2 odd 3 even numbers in any given combination is always welcome as this combination has hit the bull's eye over 61% of the time in the last five years. Another very hot variation that can be used is that of the low and high numbers (i.e., 2 low numbers (between 1-18) and 3 high numbers (between19-36) or the other way round 2 high and 3 low numbers). This particular combination boasts of a 67% success ratio in the last five years. Some of the don'ts of the processes are also interesting and should be taken into consideration is not playing 5 number combinations that were "hit" quite previously over the last 5 years. Similarly one should also avoid using the same 4 digit number combinations. Also the consecutive number theory is not applicable to the Florida Fantasy 5 lottery.
The all odd or all even number trick is also not trust worthy as more often than not the success ratio drops and this is also evident from the records that indicate towards a 97% losing percentage. In addition to this the all low number or all high number combination is also not very successful historically (i.e., the number on the card). One thing is for sure, if played with concentration and thought, then you might be able to win.