Worldwide, lottery players seriously look for lottery numbers that will give them profits. There is one lottery strategy that proved to give them excellence. This utilizes the lottery numbers in all lotteries. They are called Longshots.

If you don’t know what it is, we will start with some history and definition. A few years ago there was a lottery strategy that became rather popular that, because of the lack of a better name, we would contact the strategy of a hot number. Along with it comes the typical marketing hype you expect. Pitch goes something like this:

Because more than 80% of all lottery numbers win hit in the last 10 images, create your playlist from the winner in the last 10 images. This will increase your chances of winning the lottery.

At first, it sounded quite reasonable. But, let’s think about this. Implied in this strategy is the opposite side of the coin. The lottery number that hasn’t been about the last 10 images is considered a rather dubious choice. Therefore, this lottery number is named Longshots. The name continues to this day and I even use it. But, I don’t slander the use of Longshots. In fact, I praise them. Including longshots in the playlist are absolute necessities for every decent lottery strategy.

For all lottery players trapped in the hype of a hot number strategy, this, no doubt, very expensive lessons. Much money is spent a little to show it.

Not including Longshots produce a disaster of a hot number strategy. You see, including Longshots is very important for every decent lottery strategy because, on average, 25% to 40% of the victory rate is bongshots! You hear me right; 25% to 40%.

This is true for every lottery in the US and Canada for more than 20 years. That’s when I started analyzing them. The percentage varies from the lottery to the lottery as the size of the lottery changes. For example, the percentage is higher for lottery 6/52 than for lottery 6/44. But you can be sure that this lottery number pattern is the same as stones.

Simple for anyone to verify this. Well, maybe without a very good lottery software program, it’s not so simple. But, however, this is his approach.  xo so mien bac Mention all lottery numbers that have reached the last 10 images for each lottery image. The lottery number that is not in the list must be a longshot. Calculate the number of victories in the next picture which is a longshots. Do this for the whole history of the lottery. If you are the average number of longshots which are winners, you will find the answer lies somewhere between 25 and 40 percent.

How can you use this information? Assuming that the answer you get is 30%, then, on average, 30% of the number of winners in the next image will be long. If you play a 6/48 lottery, this means you should expect 1.8 winning numbers to Longshots. (30% x 6 = 1.8) Of course, this does not happen every picture but is very persistent from time to time. For example, in Lotto Texas, at least 1 of the victory rate is Longshot 89% of the time! In other words, you can count on it.

This shows why practitioners of strategy of hot numbers waste so much money. On average, their playlist appears 1.8 short numbers. This is definitely (and still) very frustrating for players using this weak lottery strategy.

Some of you, no doubt, ask how you can use Longshot when you play. Continuing with the example above, it’s very simple. Let’s say you decided to drop lottery number 48 to playlist number 37 with the help of a lottery analysis software. Not a bad strategy because you have eliminated 9,946,728 betting from playing! Because you expect 30% of the lottery number that wins to Longshots, you ensure that 11 of the 37 lottery numbers in your playlist are long. (30% x37 = 11.1)