Calculating the Winning Lottery Numbers

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I wonder how many of you playing the Ohio Classic Lotto knew that Cycle 33-42 had been the best choice over the last 205 drawings. Or, how many knew that Cycle 18-27 was the worst? Those following my lottery strategies and my Lotto Blog posts Lotto Crusher probably did. Creating a reduced play list is all about making good choices and consistently playing the odds. So, what do lottery players need the most? They need Cycles. In some of my recent articles, I've discussed lottery strategies that utilize the bell-shaped curve performance of some lottery characteristics. Many such curves are used by lottery players to improve their chances of winning the lottery jackpot. As with all of my articles, I was hoping to inspire some response. Well, I got that. But, in the process, it appears that I have caused a uproar about lottery jackpots.

 

It makes my day when lottery players get fired up about my favorite topic. Their excitement makes my day. I don't mind controversy, in fact, I like it. It is grist for my writing mill. But, in this case, it seems that I stirred up a hornets' nest. So, for the sake of civility, a sanitized version of their complaints looks something like this: Bell shaped curves may be great but lottery jackpots don't act like that! There is no way to put this nicely. My lottery critics are wrong absolutely and across the board. All lotteries follow these bell-shaped distributions, both in theory and, I state most emphatically, in practice! And, a lottery number analysis performed on any lottery would prove my point. I hope that makes my position on the subject clear enough for everyone.