Australian Powerball Draw 753 on 21/10/2010, produced a game where all 5 main numbers hit, re-appeared from the previous 3 draws (from 15 unique numbers). This is the first time ever since Powerball began on 23/05/1996, that all 5 main numbers came from the 3 previous draws. As stated before, this type of event may occur every decade or so in Powerball. The more common event, seen every couple or few years, is a 4 draw result, where all 5 main numbers hit from previous 4 draws.
Powerball 3 Draw Event
21 October 2010 Result:
5 17 19 30 35 13
Previous 3 draws’ results:
3 19 27 35 41 12
5 16 17 25 44 22
2 4 15 24 30 8
Why is this of interest?
Well, when we successfully forecast a possible “window of appearance” of such an event, it can give great advantage, and then by adding further filters, we may reduce our play to just a few games – with a great chance of winning the jackpot. I was playing such a window in the lead up to this “3 draw event”, but I came in a little early, while chasing only a “4 draw event”. It did not come for a while, so I let it go, then… a 3 draw rarity hit, first time ever!
Correctly picking 5 main numbers in Powerball (without Powerball itself) wins 2nd Division prize, $50,000-$200,000+, not bad for second. To win 1st Division prize in the millions, we need 5 main numbers PLUS the Powerball itself. The Powerball (6th ball) tends to oscillate around its Skip Median, and may show some predicability after heavy biases appear in its Skips. In some instances I have predicted the Powerball to come from just a few possible numbers within a Skip range.
Saliu Filters – Powerball Australia 21 October 2010 – 3 Draw Event:
Note: It struck again, see comment below.