La Primitiva results: (15 - 21 - 22 - 26 - 28 - 35 - 39) Reintegro: (6) | 2019-07-20 [Saturday] | Next estimated jackpot: 28.000.000 € | Next draw La Primitiva: 2019-07-25 [Thursday] *** SuperEnaMax results: (2 - 23 - 29 - 51 - 79 - 84 - 67) Bycza Liczba: (26) | 2019-07-20 [Saturday] | Next estimated jackpot: 285.000.000 € | Next draw SuperEnaMax: 2019-07-23 [Tuesday] *** EuroJackpot results: (31 - 32 - 45 - 47 - 49) : (7 - 9) | 2019-07-19 [Friday] | Next estimated jackpot: 37.000.000 € | Next draw EuroJackpot: 2019-07-26 [Friday] *** Mega Sena results: (12 - 13 - 19 - 36 - 44 - 55) | 2019-07-20 [Saturday] | Next estimated jackpot: 3.000.000 R$ | Next draw Mega Sena: 2019-07-24 [Wednesday] *** Power Ball results: (5 - 26 - 36 - 64 - 69) Red Ball: (19) | 2019-07-20 [Saturday] | Next estimated jackpot: 63.000.000 $ | Next draw Power Ball: 2019-07-24 [Wednesday] *** SuperLotto Plus results: (1 - 17 - 28 - 29 - 43) Mega Ball: (4) | 2019-07-20 [Saturday] | Next estimated jackpot: 64.000.000 $ | Next draw SuperLotto Plus: 2019-07-24 [Wednesday] *** Mega Millions results: (16 - 18 - 28 - 33 - 67) Mega Ball: (14) | 2019-07-19 [Friday] | Next estimated jackpot: 168.000.000 $ | Next draw Mega Millions: 2019-07-23 [Tuesday] *** UK Lotto - National Lottery results: (14 - 18 - 23 - 28 - 36 - 37) Additional Number: (32) | 2019-07-20 [Saturday] | Next estimated jackpot: 5.000.000 £ | Next draw UK Lotto - National Lottery: 2019-07-24 [Wednesday] *** Oz Power Ball results: (1 - 6 - 11 - 13 - 16 - 23 - 27) Power Ball: (11) | 2019-07-18 [Thursday] | Next estimated jackpot: 3.000.000 A$ | Next draw Oz Power Ball: 2019-07-25 [Thursday] *** Oz Lotto results: (5 - 8 - 14 - 22 - 31 - 32 - 37) Sup.: (10 - 23) | 2019-07-16 [Tuesday] | Next estimated jackpot: 15.000.000 A$ | Next draw Oz Lotto: 2019-07-23 [Tuesday] *** SuperEnaLotto results: (2 - 23 - 29 - 51 - 79 - 84) Jolly Number: (67) | 2019-07-20 [Saturday] | Next estimated jackpot: 193.500.000 € | Next draw SuperEnaLotto: 2019-07-23 [Tuesday] *** El Gordo results: (3 - 17 - 21 - 37 - 43) key number: (8) | 2019-07-21 [Sunday] | Next estimated jackpot: 11.400.000 € | Next draw El Gordo: 2019-07-28 [Sunday] *** France Lotto - National Lottery results: (7 - 11 - 28 - 37 - 44) Lucky Number: (3) | 2019-07-22 [Monday] | Next estimated jackpot: 2.000.000 € | Next draw France Lotto - National Lottery: 2019-07-24 [Wednesday] *** Euro Millions results: (13 - 14 - 17 - 26 - 28) lucky stars: (2 - 7) | 2019-07-19 [Friday] | Next estimated jackpot: 17.000.000 € | Next draw Euro Millions: 2019-07-23 [Tuesday] ***

Previous draw results are not enough to be a lottery winner. You need to systematise the results according to a few criteria and then come to some conclusions.

The easiest and the most popular lotto statistics are based on an attempt to find a variety of combinations of most frequently occurring numbers. The initial data could be the frequency of each number occurrence. We find 6 numbers which occur most frequently in SuperEna and we invariably bet on these numbers all the time in each draw.

Unfortunately it’s not as easy. Some players search the most frequently occurring twos, threes, etc. They also search for the least often occurring numbers in order to avoid them. Within each group of the received numbers you may also select a frequency of re-appearances of a particular number. The basis for one’s bets may be frequency of occurrence of even and odd numbers, numbers within a group or with the same last digit, i.e. 1, 2 or 3. The knowledge of how often a number appears is definitely helpful.

Number sequences, sums, averages, number occurrence frequency, doubles, triples are a job for those interested in statistics and know how to employ ones skills to earn in games of chance. Helena Kassyk-Rokicka claims "statistics isn’t difficult", however most of society thinks otherwise.
That may be the reason why so many people share their knowledge over the Internet. On all sorts of forums, blogs and sites related to lotteries we can find a plethora of advice, suggestions and discussions on "how to play to win". Some want to improve the effectiveness of their system so they share their knowledge for free and carry out research among players. Others sell their ideas counting on naive internet users (sadly).

We are not saying that everyone is dishonest. If someone has got a good idea then why not sell it. On the other hand, why don’t the creators of such systems, who surely earn a lot in lotto, just tell us how to win? There is plenty of money for everyone especially as the majority play only every so often. Naturally it is not our intention to lecture anyone. We just want to encourage you to establish your own lottery system based on the information we will try to provide you with on a regular basis.

Full and abbreviated lottery systems

A system game is about choosing a selection of numbers higher than required in a particular draw. Let’s take Euro Millions Lottery where there are drawn 5 numbers out of 50 and 2 out of 9. To increase a chance of winning let’s assume you choose 10 out of 50 and 3 out of 9.

The abbreviated lottery systems are based on a choice of several combinations we intend to play. Despite a lower chance of a win (than in the full systems) they are more widely available due to their price and simplicity.

We are going to use some numbers and their combinations to explain how these systems work. For instance (3, 7, 10, 13, 21, 26, 32, 38, 44, 49) and (2, 4, 5). The numbers in brackets are in numerical order. Practically it goes like this: in the first bracket: (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10), in the second one (1, 2, 3). We are going to use these brackets when planning the bets. The first bracket (5 z 50) displays the following sequence: under number 1 is number 3, under number 2 is number 7, under 3 is 10 and so on. The same applies to the second bracket with the potential lucky star numbers. Considering the wallet of an average Jo we take into consideration 6 bets per draw.
Following this method we plan 6 draws with the following set of numbers:

A: (1, 3, 5, 7, 9)     (1, 3)
B: (1, 2, 5, 6, 9)     (1, 2)
C: (2, 4, 6, 8, 10)   (2, 3)
D: (2, 3, 6, 7, 10)   (1, 3)
E: (1, 3, 4, 7, 9)     (1, 2)
F: (2, 3, 5, 8, 10)   (2, 3)

This way we have chosen numbers for 6 bets:

A: (3, 10, 21, 32, 44)    (2, 5)
B: (3, 7, 21, 26, 44)      (2, 4)
C: (7, 13, 26, 38, 49)    (4, 5)
D: (7, 10, 26, 32, 49)    (2, 5)
E: (3, 10, 13, 38, 44)    (1, 2)
F: ( 10, 13, 21, 38, 49)  (4, 5)

As a result we achieve an example of an abbreviated system for 6 bets. Naturally it is only a tiny fraction of number combinations out of all the options the chosen numbers may form. Nevertheless the aim of this article is not to put down all the possible number sequences but to encourage our players to pick their own numbers and create their own abbreviated systems.

Naturally it does not guarantee a Jackpot but can increase the chance of winning and it may quite visibly increase the chance of winning the smaller degree prizes. We do not promise that you will become millionaires, although it is possible. Yet, you do stand a chance of getting back the invested money.

Full systems consist of sending bets with all possible combinations of our chosen numbers. Say, we want to have a guaranteed 5 + 2 then we send bets with all possible 5+2 combinations within the range of our chosen numbers. Therefore if 5+2 is within a range of our full system numbers then we have a guarantee of a Jackpot. However we do not recommend this method due to a high cost and enormous patience required to put down all the possible combinations.

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