Have you ever felt you are lucky? If not, it’s time to feel lucky now because you can win for sure! Yes, isn’t it nice to see that you can win surely in lucky games where people seldom win anything? Lottery games are not new. They have been ever since man started believing in luck. The basic logic behind lottery games is that a few win while the others lose. The money of all the people who couldn’t win would go to the few who would win leaving a margin to the organizer. This is just one type among many varieties of lotteries today being held all over the world.
Number lotteries, casino, pick 3 lottery games, dice games, card games, etc. are a few other games where numbers are involved. These games are where the player has to pick some numbers and then the cards, dice or wheels are rolled to see if any of these numbers would turn up. If the numbers one bets on turn up, he or she would win a handsome amount of money. The pick 3 lottery games are popular for the very reason that if any of the three numbers guessed would turn up, one would win good money.
Playing pick 3 lottery games may not be the only best way of making quick money. However, as numbers are involved, there is every scope for the player to work on mathematics and arrive at a near guess of the 3 numbers that would turn up. If one is able to guess the correct numbers and bet on them frequently, he or she would become rich with a few games. The booty at the end of each game may not be huge but repeated winning definitely leaves the one richer and richer.
If you are a Pick 3 lottery or Pick 4 lottery player, have you noticed how helpful your local State Lottery Official Websites have become by offering free information to help players find winning numbers? Some Official State Lottery sites are offering software capabilities to allow players find lucky lottery numbers to play. A recent web surfing adventure took me to the Official Delaware Lottery Website. This lottery website offers lottery players an ongoing updated frequency list of Pick 3 digits and Pick 4 digits that have been drawn. This frequency list is updated automatically after each drawing. The frequency filter based on the history of all drawn lottery numbers in each lottery game indicates to the players which of the ten digits – 0 to 9 – have been drawn the most times and the least times, and ranks all ten digits from most drawn to least drawn by actual number of drawings and the related percentages.
This frequency filter is used by Pick 3 systems and Pick 4 systems, particularly in software programs, to assist lottery players to produce the most effective list of potential numbers to play and win. By knowing that certain digits are drawn more than others lead to the belief that these more potent digits will increase one’s chances to win by playing these better performing digits. Mathematicians using the typical bell curve analysis suggest that in time all numbers, except in the case a technical bias created with a particular drawing system, should be drawn an equal amount of times. Generally, the overall number spread in random drawings is very small in the big picture of total draws. What is the real significance of the percentage of.003663 between the most drawn digit and the least drawn digit as in the case of the Delaware Play 3 game based on 186/50,778 drawings? It is similar to an 80 year old man saying to a 35 year old man, “In the history of mankind, we are about the same age.” The actual percentage by count is 10.1816% for the most drawn digit and 9.8153% for the least drawn digit.
Can a barely noticeable blip on the radar screen of positive numbers really make any real significance for the lottery player in choosing to play one digit over another? The Delaware Play 4 frequency chart wasn’t much different. It produced a.003246 difference between the most drawn digit and the least drawn digit out of a total number of 61,300 drawings. Based on this presented data found on the Official Delaware State Lottery website, are the resultant percentage differences of the digits significant enough to create a real choice for lottery players? Can frequency charts in general make any difference at all when using the total number of drawings from day one of the particular lottery game, either Pick 3 lottery or Pick 4 lottery, when the difference is reduced as low as three one thousandth of a percent of the total drawings?
Like looking for a needle in a haystack, splitting hairs as thin as these numbers suggest, choosing one digit over another, particularly in the middle range of the bell curve, makes it even more of an impossible task for even the most dedicated and committed lottery players who are willing to spend time in their research to find the next winning Pick 3 number or Pick 4 number to play.