How to Win Lottery by Using Analysis Algorithms for Lottery Prediction

How to Win Lottery by Using Analysis Algorithms for Lottery Prediction

Latest Casino News 11 Apr , 2017 0

Lottery predictions is quite popular these days. People used to be skeptical with the predictions as they thought that the winning numbers are a matter of luck and fortunes. Not many people believe that lottery can be won by using some kind of a sophisticated science based predictions. It was not until the late 90s when lottery players began using lottery predictions to help them to win lottery or at least get closer to the winning numbers. When Gonzalo Garcia-Pelayo, a Spanish man who managed to study and analyze many games in two different countries, Spain and the US and win a lot of money by using different strategies. After him people started to believe that lottery results can be predicted.

Lottery players start thinking about how to win the lotteries using predictions. They use many kinds of predictions: from mechanical predictions on mechanical lotteries to technological predictions using computer software. A lot of people use algorithm to analyze and predict lottery results.

Lotto Analysis algorithm has been proven to be very effective to help lottery players get closer to the winning numbers and even make the lottery houses go bankrupt! There are many kinds of lottery analysis employed by lottery predictors and here are some of them:

Analysis of Adjoining Pairs

In this analysis, the predictors use some comprehensive studies which record the frequency of each adjoining pairs of numbers in the related lottery win in a period of time and then put the most frequent numbers on top of the ranks and do it consecutively.

Analysis of Balance

Through analysis of balance, lottery players try to analyze if certain combinations will give them opportunities to win such as combinations of small and big numbers, odd and even numbers and also the range of the total sum numbers.

Analysis of Digits

When analyzing lottery winning numbers using digit analysis, lottery predictors will be able to know the exact numbers in certain range can be drawn in a certain period of time. In order to make the winning chance bigger, the players have to limit the range of numbers when they select every digit in their combination.

Analysis of Elapse Time

This analysis works by learning and noting the period when a number is in its waiting time to be drawn again after its last winning time. Players will also know the chance or the winning possibility of certain numbers based on the elapse time. If the elapse time is longer, the possibility to win is bigger. This analysis is considered more accurate than the others as it gives more data about tendency of some numbers to win or not so that it is easier to know the next winning numbers in some lotteries such as Powerball, Mega million, California Super Lotto Plus and some others.

Analysis of Groups

There are many kinds of group analysis that lottery predictors use to get into the winning numbers. Lottery players can group the months having the best winning numbers of a certain period or they can group the numbers winning in certain period of time.

Analysis of Hot-Cold Trend

This algorithm analysis is one of the most favourite so far as it can record the frequency ranks and use the variations to predict the tendencies of hot and cold numbers in the next drawings.

Analysis of Repetition Pattern

A lot of lottery players share the same opinion that repetition is quite important to predict the winning numbers as most of jackpots will appear again in the future.

The analysis mentioned above represents only a part of the strategies that lottery players can use. There are still many other algorithm analysis that can be done by predictors to help them win.



Source by Victor Chestni

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