My luck has been fairly good playing the averages. I never hit a jackpot, but I got my share of little pots. I put the last 100 games on a spread sheet, add up all the first numbers in each game, get a total, then the second number, do the same until you have done all six numbers done, then divide each total, by how many games you used to get that total. the answer to each division becomes the average, and the first game. you can expand the average in both directions by adding to ,or subtracting from the answer to each division by 1,2,3 or 4 or even 5 digets, to form other games. Most of the time I use the average as my first game, then move each number up 3 digets to form my second game, then up 5 digets from the average, to form my third game, then down three, then down five, from the average, and that gives me 5 games, of expanded average! So far, I am only $1120.00 in the hole. LOL
If you have had any success with this method then it is because the outcome is within the normal bounds of probability for any numbers chosen at random, No calculations or analysis that you do before a draw can influence the outcome one little bit.
A sequential chain such a s 1,2,3,4,5,6, has just as much chance of coming up as any other number. Think about that and you will begin to understand how improbable any number choice is of winning.
Analysing previous results is invalid unless the game is rigged. Let me give a simple example.
I have four granddaughters and no grandsons. My children have no medical conditin predisposing them towards girls. The probability of me getting that 4 girl ourcome before any of my children started having children was 1:16. Your analysis of previous results would suggest that the probability is that the next one will also be a granddaughter.
Others would say that it is about time a boy came along and the chances are much greater for that. After all, the original probability of 5 girls was only 1:32
This analysis is all irrelevant because the probability in fact is 50:50 for each birth every time.
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