National Lottery Analyser / Prediction Tool.
Use this tool to analyse historic National Lottery results.
There are two schools of thought regarding analysing and trying to predict winning lottery numbers. The first is that is a completely random event, and no amount of analysis can predict a winning line. Another school of thought is some steps can be taken to boost your chances of finding that winning line.
There are several common approaches that can be taken when reading and analysing previous results
The first method is to simply pick the numbers that appear most frequently.
Another method is to pick those numbers that appear least frequently, on the basis that they should appear at some point in the near future.
It is possible to combine the two approaches, as some recommend that you choose at least one or two numbers that are NOT the most common or the least common winning numbers.
As well as looking at the most and least common numbers that come up, it has been updated to analyses the split between odd and even numbers, and the frequency of numbers from the low and high ranges.
If we delve deeper, you could think that a row of numbers, such as 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 has as much chance of winning the lottery as any other combination. However, when analysing actual results, you will find that combinations of odd and even numbers, and low and high numbers tend to show up quite frequently. Therefore, the chance of a line such as 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 has a statistically much lower chance of being picked.
If you are considering changing your numbers from week to week, keep at least one line (such as your original numbers) constant.
It is worth considering that winning lines are very unlikely to appear more than once (althought this is by no means impossible). Therefore, you can use this tool to check whether the numbers you have selected have ever been previous winning lines.
One potential solution is to:
- Use your special numbers, if it reduces the 'paranoia' factor.
- Use an additional line or two of specifically selected or randomly generated numbers each week.
PLEASE NOTE: DO NOT contact us if you DO NOT win the lottery using these numbers...........