Identifying Patterns - Lottery Strategy
Besides looking for the trends, you can also look for the patterns to decide on the pool of lottery balls to play.
To look for patterns, you will need to identify the maximum lapse and maximum consecutive draws over a period of time, usually for the last 100-300 draws. This is dependent on the number of draws conducted per week as well as the number of balls drawn in each draw.
In our lottery software, patterns are available and highlighted clearly.
The maximum lapse is the most frequent longest lapse after which the ball is drawn again. In the above example, you can see that the maximum lapse is 3 draws. Alternatively, you may also use the longest lapse, in which case, the maximum lapse will be 4 draws in the above example.
The maximum consecutive draws is the most frequent number of successive draws in which the same ball is drawn. In the above example, the maximum consecutive draws is 2 draws. Similarly, you can also decide to use the highest number of successive draws, which is 3 draws, instead.
You should scroll through the most recent 100-200 draws to identify the maximum lapse and maximum consecutive draws.
Once you have determined the maximum lapse and maximum consecutive draws, scroll back to the most recent draws and look for balls whose pattern matches either the maximum lapse or the maximum consecutive draws.
If the pattern matches the maximum lapse, the ball is likely to be drawn in the next draw. If the pattern matches the maximum consecutive draws, the ball is unlikely to be drawn in the next draw.
By applying the same technique to the various patterns in our software, you can further refine your pool of lottery balls to play.
magayo Lotto can also generate the recommended pool of lottery balls to play based on the latest trends and patterns.