This is a timely Lotto tip for Lotto system players, those who like to leverage probability for advantageous play, and have a real good go at winning the jackpot. I use a method of forecasting based on Saliu’s ideas, principles learned through lotto systems, and concepts based on real-world observations. You won’t need to be a genius at mathematics to take advantage of this tip.
Lotto 4 Draw event
Looking at Filter analysis for Australian Lotto, I have noticed certain factors pointing to the possibility of a Lotto “4 draw event” hitting soon. Whats a Lotto “4 draw event”? Its when all 6 winning jackpot numbers come from the results of the previous 4 draws. Playing for such an event at the right time, makes it much easier to win, as we exclude most of the field – big potential advantage, for honing in on the jackpot. My last few private attempts at narrow draw hits were not posted here, other than brief mentions in comments, and in this article on Powerball.
Easy Lotto tips
For players of lotto systems, or even regular lotto players to get an edge – you don’t need to mess around with Saliu, filters, skip medians, etc. discussed here.
Using this concept of a 4 draw event about to hit, just use your own method to pick numbers from those that hit in the last 4 draws. If you use some type of lotto software, see if you can work with the numbers of just the last 4 draws.
- Play numbers that hit in the previous 4 draws – do so for a handful of draws.
- Lotto Australia Results – use this data.
I will post an update here if we don’t see a 4 draw event within the next 5 draws (it may occur a little later), then re-assess; or wait further, until a draw when no recent numbers hit and the ANY filters blow out mostly PLUS(+), then play the next draw or few. It may just happen that if the 4 draw event does not hit soon, we could be looking at a 3 draw event (even easier to hit the jackpot), much rarer, to hit in future. A 3 draw event has not occurred yet, in the historical data kept since 17 April 2004. For more explanation on filter analysis used, see the following articles:
Lotto analysis and Ion Saliu
Free Lotto Software – best to WIN Jackpot
History of 4 Draw events
The last time we saw a Lotto 4 draw event, was 386 draws ago, on Wednesday 7 January 2009 – see Lotto numbers all hit from last 4 draws.
Lotto Australia Previous 4 Draw Events Filter Configurations (real draws):
The first 4 draw event, which occurred 1122 draws ago, was actually the 5th draw of our current Lotto Australia combined results database, which begins when all Lotto draws (Monday Lotto, Wednesday Lotto & Saturday Lotto) became 6 from 45 lottos (Reference). So the fifth draw jackpot of the new format, was actually totally composed of numbers from the first 4 draws! In fact, 4 numbers hit from its previous draw (Any1-4 = 0), and in beautiful VER order (Ver1-4 = 0)!! note, the VER 6 shows as 6- and is derived from simulated data, not real.
The first 4 draw event in Lotto Australia (6/45) combined database:
1 3 11 31 33 39 – Fifth draw, composed entirely of numbers from first 4 draws
1 3 11 34 37 39
6 17 21 25 26 37
4 17 26 31 32 37
7 12 13 15 27 33 – First draw in current Lotto (6/45) data – 17 April 2004
Typical Filter Configurations of a 4 Draw event (Lotto 6/45)
- Minus(-) is the most common occurrence for the ANY filters in a 4 draw event
- Ion4 = 0 always when Any6 is less than or equal to 10. In a 4 draw event, Any6 = 3
- Any5 and Any6 mostly go minus(-)
- Any1 or Any2 may rarely have a plus(+), mostly not
- Any1 filter hits mostly as 0
- Ver1 to Ver5 mostly go minus(-)
- Ver6 mostly goes plus(+) : knowing this a handful of years ago would have popped me the jackpot!
In these points I say “mostly”, even if certain filters appear to always do the same thing in a 4 draw event, just remember, nothing is absolute. If we stick to the typical 4 draw filter configuration, we will be close, or actually hit the jackpot when the 4 draw event occurs – good luck to you all.
#2 looks good for a hit tonight (if no, let it go).
Update DEC 2012: The 4 Draw event hit 4 times in 2012 – see comments below.