Unfortunately not, because in the past has not won a series of implications for the future winning numbers. Likely to start from scratch every night.

 

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  • No and there are two reasons:
    1) Lottery numbers are chosen at random which means every number has an equal chance of being selected at any time. So, if it seems there are patterns, they shouldn’t hold up statistically.
    2) If it could be written, someone would have done it by now.

  • Sure, but it will be as accurate as you just randomly choosing. The lottery doesn’t follow a pattern. Every drawing is random. There are a set number of possible combinations, and each of those combinations has once chance of coming up in each drawing.

  • I have actually looked into the exact same thing. Well kinda. I took the historical data off of the state lottery’s website and tallied the number of times that numbers appeared in a column (for instance a game has 5 numbers to match, so you matched all of the 1st numbers). When it is all said and done you end up with a list of numbers from the most used down to the least used. This would be similar to the process of “cheating” a biased roulette wheel (if you dont know what that is ask another question). You can then take these numbers that are historically drawn the most and run them in a program that reveals all of the possible arrangements. Now as far as writing a program to do all of this I would say absolutley! I have no clue as to how but someone out there knows how.

  • You can try but it may not work.

  • No. It can predict the statistical likelyhood of lottery numbers, based on previous history, but it will never tell the future.

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