There are hundreds and maybe thousands of different lotteries played around the world with a variety of different formats and prizes to win. Some you can win a few dollars, and others can make you a multi-millionaire.
Most lotteries require you to pick 6 numbers from a possible total between 40 or 50. The odds of you picking the right 6 numbers are millions to one. But what would happen if you did pick the 6 winning numbers with your special lottery system? Would you be the sole winner, or would you share your winnings with others? Well, due to the way a big majority of people choose their numbers, the chances are you would share with quite a few other winners. This is all down to the fact that people use strange lottery systems to choose their numbers based upon birthdays, house numbers, ages and so on. A lot of the numbers around birthdays only go as far as 30, so if it ever happens that the 6 winning numbers fall below 30, there will be many people who take those numbers. Let’s face it, if you are going to win the lottery, you might as well keep all the winnings yourself. You don’t want to share it do you?
Since lotteries began, people have studied and studied the historic draws trying to find a number pattern or a magic formula that will allow them pick the lucky 6 numbers. The truth is that no such system exists and if you are ever asked to buy such as system, you can be pretty sure it’s a scam.
Having said that, I have analysed winning lottery results using some software that I created myself and it is interesting to note that over a period of time (and you do have to analyse these results over a few years), you do notice certain lottery numbers appear more often than others and some numbers hardly appear at all. I call these hot and cold numbers.
The odds of the number 1 appearing are exactly the same as the number 40 but for some strange reason, 40 appears more often than number 1 in the records I have analysed. Why is that? Is there some divine science going on that we don’t understand, or is it just pure coincidence?