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How To Win The Lottery - New Public Lotto Database Repository Sheds Light on Future Lottery Drawings

How to win the lottery is really an age-old question that many mathematicians and probabilists as far back as the 12th century initially started treating with an adequate answer of inquiry concerning games of chance.(Fournival, Cardano, Euler, Galileo, Pascal, Fermat, Huygens, and Bernoulli)

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With Lotteries around the world being played today in over 100 nations, one would generally assume that a solution to help more people win lottery jackpots would have come farther, other than the option most players choose of playing a quick pick ticket. But that’s not really been plausible for the public until now.

Like with the field of science, mathematical solutions to technical problems in general have also been built upon what has been tried, thoroughly tested and come before it. It looks like the answer to this long-awaited solution has just been sitting there for decades waiting for technology to catch up to it. So that with the right technologies in place at the right time, the quick pick ticket and even luck itself, can both be apt to become more obsolete.

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A recently created lotto probability Database Repository, designed by the Tinkermen Lotto Report and launched in 2020 to eventually become a public collaboration project effort, looks to be a part of that long-awaited solution.

It's purpose is to help lotto players to identify and determine What's Next to play and choose as number combinations in Lotto. It’s the first public database of its kind that allows anyone free access to view and understand precise details of the mathematical structures and past draws of their favorite lottery games such as Mega Millions, Powerball, Lotto America, Lucky for Life, Euro Millions and the California Super Lotto.

The project’s core matrix development was assisted by Scarbrough Strategies. “The Tinkermen Lotto report has been doing some fantastic mathematical analysis on lotteries around the world by comparing the empirical draw data (algorithmic ‘randomness’) to the theoretical expected mathematical outcomes (true randomness),” said Michelle Scarbrough, an applied statistician experienced in game modeling. “I helped develop models that validate and/or automate various steps in their statistical analysis. I also helped to flesh out details of their plans to scale the analysis to additional lotteries & add more user-friendly features.

The database itself confirms the fact that lottery number combinations do follow an intrinsic path of mathematical predictability in that Lotteries are made up of independent random draws, which are mathematically deterministic and that lead to probable outcomes over the course of time, due to the law of large numbers.

That knowledge, in turn, has led to consistent lottery predictions (Currently at over 85 % of the time) by the Tinkermen Lotto Report, for six major lotteries including Mega Millions, Powerball, Euro Millions, Lotto America, Lucky for Life and the California Super Lotto. An unheard-of prediction rate by any means for something deemed so significant that is considered by most around the world to be a totally random and unpredictable event.

The Tinkermen Lotto Report has accomplished that exceptional prediction rate in particular, by selecting a specific Fixed amount of different group types that are called draw patterns. That methodology has been successful since their first recorded prediction of a Double Thirty Draw Pattern that occurred for the Mega Millions lottery on June 21, 2019.

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To bring meaning to the concept, as an example there are 92 different draw pattern group types for the Millions lottery and each group has a total number of combinations possible, with all of the groups adding up to 302 million combinations. A double thirty draw pattern group type for the Mega Millions lottery has 23 million different number combinations possible, out of the 302 million combinations total possible for the lottery itself, according to the math. Helping the public to use and understand how Lotto Probability Draw Pattern Mathematics works and functions over time is one of the primary goals of the newly created database.