The Best 30 Lotto Combinations for Every Pick-5 and Pick-6 Game
Have you ever wondered which combinations in the PICK-5 and PICK-6 games are the best ones to play. At first this might seem like a trick question, because as we all know, every combination has the same chance of being drawn. But there is more to it than that. Since Lotto is a pari-mutuel game in most states, some combinations historically pay better prizes than others, simply because there are less people playing the numbers contained in those combinations. For example, in the New Jersey 6/46 Lotto game, the numbers 05-06-08-11-12 and 25 were drawn on March 21, 1994. If you had matched 5 out of the 6 numbers, your prize would have been $676.00. The following week, on March 24, 1994, the numbers 05-06-28-29-38 and 43 were drawn. This time, the payoff for 5 out of 6 numbers right was $3,253.00, almost 5 times higher! The reason for this is very simple: in the first drawing, 648 players matched 5 out of 6 winning numbers, while in the second drawing, only 43 players matched 5 out of 6 numbers. Same game. Same odds. Which drawing would you have rather had a winning ticket for?
Besides the fact that the first of these drawings contained six calendar numbers (numbers 01 to 31), there were other reasons that the payoff was so low. We have just finished an exhaustive study of the actual results of every U.S. Lotto game, both Pick-5 and Pick-6, since the Lotteries first began. This study revealed some very interesting findings. Besides the actual 5 or 6 winning numbers, the make-up of each pair of numbers, each set of three numbers, each set of four numbers and each set of five numbers also has an effect on the prize amounts. We even discovered that certain arrangements of 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 numbers also seem to be more dominant than others. In other words, based on this tremendous database of historical results we have analyzed, there are combinations in the games which are both drawn more often than others and pay better prizes than others. Playing these combinations is almost like having inside information.
Our next step was to narrow these GOLDEN COMBINATIONS down to the best 30 combinations in every Pick-5 and Pick-6 Lotto game. These combinations are derived from both the individual games and all games combined. That's what makes this list better than any of the HOT COMBO lists available elsewhere. Those other lists don't necessarily apply to the upcoming drawings because they are a compilation of past results from only one particular game. Playing those numbers is similar to simply playing all the combinations which have already been drawn. Our LOTTO GOLD LIST uses a much larger universe of results, and therefore is able to draw from more patterns which have already proven themselves to be viable and profitable.
The LOTTO GOLD LIST contains 30 of the very best READY-TO-PLAY Pick-5 and Pick-6 Lotto combinations according to our analysis for all of the state game formats listed below:
Try the LOTTO GOLD LIST in your state's game, or compare the numbers you are playing to the combinations listed for your game. You might find that your numbers are already close, and that just one or two adjustments could make all the difference in the world for you!!!
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