New and Improved Lottery Statistics
We are pleased to announce that our new and improved lottery statistics pages are now live, so if you are the kind of player who likes to take stats into consideration when making your lottery number selections, be sure to check them out. We have two pages – one for the Lotto game and one for the EuroMillions game. Both provide a wealth of statistical information in an easy-to-read format, and it’s all available to you for free!
If you want information on the main Lotto game then you should visit the original Lottery Statistics page. This has now been overhauled and provides you with a Lotto Number Frequency Table that shows you how many times each of the numbers 1 to 49 have been drawn since the game began.
Below the main table you will find three smaller tables showing the most common Lotto numbers, the most overdue numbers and the least often picked numbers. Each number detailed in these tables is accompanied by data telling you how many days have passed since it was last drawn. The Lottery Statistics page also presents a table that shows how many times each of the lottery machines and ball sets have been used to generate the lottery results.
EuroMillions players will find a similar range of statistical information on our brand new EuroMillions Statistics page. In this case the EuroMillions Winning Numbers Table shows how often the main numbers 1 to 50 have been drawn, and also how often the 9 Lucky Star numbers have been drawn since the game began.
Then, as with the Lotto page, you are presented with three mini-tables that show the most common EuroMillions winning numbers, the most overdue numbers and the least often picked numbers.
How you use all of this information is entirely up to you. Some of you might like to base your entire entry on hot or cold numbers. Others might want to use just one or two hot or cold numbers along with your own selections. Or you could choose to use the lottery statistics in a completely different way.
Although basing your lottery entry on statistics doesn’t increase your chances of winning from a mathematical point of view, it can certainly be a lot of fun. The Lotto jackpot this Wednesday 30 September will be worth around £2.4 million, and the EuroMillions jackpot on Friday 2 October will be worth around £13 million, so check out our statistics pages and then buy lottery tickets online to see if they can help you win big money!Monday 28th September 2009
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