I recently found an application that allegedly increases your chances of winning a lottery.
The problem with such sites is that they promise you everything and they look stupid because they expect to buy their product with a few dollars investment and so I will be guaranteed to win the jackpot. In reality, this is not the case.
The next application I will show is exactly what it promises and it works great. Not promising to be a millionaire guaranteed, the whole concept is based on winning our investment and gaining some profit rather than winning the jackpot. The team behind the application tried the impossible; to describe the expected results of the next pull with mathematical connections and rationality. At this point, it is important to point out that this is practically impossible, but if we approach it from a scientific point of view, we can achieve results using different methods.
One of them are hot and cold numbers
During the course of the game, if you take a look of the recently drawn you might conclude that some numbers happen to win more than others. In the gambling world, these beneficial numbers are often referred to as hot. As you might have gathered, the numbers were NOT drawn that often is referred as cold. Statistically speaking, if players are able to successfully determine this type of pattern, they can derive very valuable information from it and alter their bets accordingly. Although in theory this goal can be achieved, in practice this is not the case.
If you are still willing to look for such patterns, there are a few things which you can try during the course of the game. First of all, you can keep track of the outcome of the last twenty or thirty draws and the numbers that have previously appeared in them. If you determine the numbers that have already won, you can exclude them from your betting suggestions and wager on the rest of the numbers which haven’t appeared so far and vice versa.
With this method you are more likely to win.
The application that helps you keep tracking those numbers: