If you want to win the lottery, forget about choosing the so called ‘good’ numbers, picking out numbers randomly, and copying the numbers that the ‘psychics’ in newspapers predict. What you need to do instead is to study the past combinations of winning numbers.
A fact that numerous lottery coaches and statisticians have found out is that particular lotto numbers appear more often than other lotto numbers. Unlike the common opinion that the lottery numbers will be drawn at random, it has been proven and tested that certain lotto numbers are drawn more so than other numbers. This is referred to as the “frequency theory”.
The secret frequency theory emphasizes that you want to learn the most popular numbers (from recent lottery drawings) and use those lottery numbers as your future selections. Doing so will maximize your chances of picking a winning combination. This may be conflicting to popular belief or the average lotto player’s way of thinking, but studies have proved that it is true.
So, how can you apply the frequency theory to better your odds in the lottery? Simply put, what you should do is analyze the previous winning numbers over a period of 30-60 days. Create a simple chart, starting from zero to forty six (or whatever range is available in your lottery). Then, you want to record the frequency that each number was drawn over the period of time that you decided on. For your future selections, you want to select the lottery numbers which were most often drawn. You will soon see that certain lotto numbers are “hot” (most frequent), and other lotto numbers are “cold” (least frequent).
Research has consistently shown that choosing the “hot” numbers is a better strategy than choosing the “cold” numbers. So, you want at least half of your chosen number selections to be “hot”, and probably even more than that. Why not even just choose all “hot” numbers? The odds of winning big sums in the lottery are still against you, but using these researched and tested big jackpot lottery techniques will give you a greater edge compared to the clueless lottery players who blindly believe that it all comes down to luck.