Analysis of the previous draws results is not enough to play lotto effectively, which is scoring significant wins. First of all, the results must be systematised according to various criteria and then upon the achieved results you may draw conclusions regarding further game.

The simplest and the most popular lotto results statistics are based on finding various combinations of the most common numbers. The initial data may be in the form of the frequency of each number occurrence. Let’s say we have got 6 most common numbers in the Super Ena Lotto and during each next draw we bet on those numbers invariably.

Unfortunately, usually guessing the winning numbers combination accurately is not so easy. Some players seek the most common doubles, triples, etc. Or the numbers that appear least often in order to establish which numbers not to select at all. It is possible to establish, in each of the analysed number groups, how many times a given number was repeated in successive draws. You may base your selection on even and odd numbers frequency, numbers in a given ten or numbers with the same last digit such as 1, 2 or 3. It’s useful to know how many draws you have to wait for a number to occur, too.

Numerical sequences, sums, averages, frequency of occurrence of a given number, pairs, triples is a task for people interested in statistics and calculus of probability and who know how to employ their abilities in order to earn in number games.

A system play involves crossing out more numbers than drawn in a particular draw. Let’s take Euro Millions lottery where 5 out of 50 numbers are drawn and 2 out of 9, to increase our chances of winning we select 10 numbers out of 50 and 3 out of 9. Naturally a large number of bets must be placed in order to incorporate all possible combinations but with appropriately chosen numbers based on the lotto statistics analysis we significantly increase our chance of scoring a high win. Additionally when employing a system play and scoring any number combination, even if it is the lowest level prize (with EuroMillions 1+2 or 2+1) the number of successful lotto bets equals the number of repetitions of accurately chosen numbers in each number combination.

In a system play you may use abbreviated of full lotto systems – below you’ll find relevant information.

# LOTTO SYSTEMS

## Abbreviated lotto system

Abbreviated lotto systems involve selecting, out of a specified pool of chosen numbers, higher than in a simple bet, we choose a number of combinations – lotto bets lower than in the case of a full system. Such method offers a lower guarantee than the full system but due to low a cost it is practically available to all lotto players.

To explain in a simple way how to create the above mentioned systems we’ll use example numbers and their combinations. For the purposes of our example we’ll take numbers (3, 7, 10, 13, 21, 26, 32, 38, 44, 49) and (2, 4, 5). The numbers in brackets are numbered as a sequence. In practice it looks as follows: in the first bracket: (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10), in the second one (1, 2, 3). Planning the selected bets we shall use these brackets.

So in the first bracket (5 out of 50) we have the following sequence: under number 1 is number 3, under number 2 is number 7, under number 3 we’ve got 10 and so on in the same pattern. Similarly with the second bracket, where we’ve chosen the potential candidates for Lucky Stars. Supposedly we send 6 bets for each draw.

Following this thinking we plan to play with six lotto bets with the following numeric sequence:

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’ll get the selected numbers for 6 Euro Millions 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)

According to this pattern we’ve got an example of an abbreviated system when playing Euro Millions lottery with six lotto bets. Naturally it’s only a limited fragment of all numeric combinations possibilities we’d receive with chosen numbers – and that’s what the use of abbreviated systems is about.

A lotto system use does not offer a 100% guarantee of hitting the jackpot but it will certainly increase a possibility of scoring higher and higher lotto prizes.

## Full lotto systems

Full lotto systems involve selecting all numeric combinations for a wider range than drawn. As a result, in case of an accurate selection of any combination of the selected numbers we get lotto winnings multiple.

We will explain the full lotto system play on the example of a popular 6/49 lottery, where 6 numbers are drawn out of 49. Such lottery is UK Lotto - National Lottery.

System 7 – we choose seven numbers and select all possible combinations – that way we get seven lotto bets per draw. Should we select three numbers correctly we’ll get four lowest level prizes, the so called ‘threes’. Then – accurate selection of four numbers in the set of a chosen seven means winning three ‘fours’ and four ‘threes’, correct selection of five numbers gives two ‘fives’ and five ‘fours’, while scoring six correct numbers gives us one ‘six’ and six ‘fives’.

Increasing the range of the selected numbers allows a higher probability of accurate numbers selection and should that take place we’ll get a much higher chance for winning lotto combinations.

System 8 – in that case we select all combinations for a set of eight numbers and we get 28 lotto bets for one draw. If we’ve selected correctly three numbers we’ll get 10 lotto bets with winning ‘threes’. Four selected hits give 16 ‘threes’ and 6 ‘fours’, five correctly selected numbers means 3 winning ‘fives’, 15 ‘fours’ and 10 ‘threes’, but scoring six numbers means 1 ‘six’, 12 ‘fives’ and 15 ’fours’.

You may use wider ranges of your chosen numbers but it is connected with proportionally larger costs. Using a 9 numbers system means 84 combinations, that is sending 84 lotto bets, the System 10 includes 210 combinations, system 11 – 462 combinations and system 12 as many as 924!

It’s a trade-off – definitely using the full system significantly increases the chances of winning lotto and when we score the winning numbers we get the prizes of all the selected combinations. For example when using the system 12, if we’ve selected accurately 5 numbers we’ll get 7 ‘fives’, 105 ‘fours’ and 350 ‘threes’.

A financial result is worth considering when playing full system. If we system played in the UK Lotto with a sequence of 12 numbers and we got 5 of them, then an investment of 3,200 Euros to send 924 bets would bring winnings in the range of 28,000 Euros, meaning the profit would be in the range of 25,000 Euros.

Playing full systems lotto depending on the employed chosen numbers variants may involve significant costs. Therefore it’s worth considering involving a group of friends and a joint system play. This will spread the risk and the cost to a few people and if a group manages to select the winning numbers you’ll have something to share and enjoy the prize together!

Good luck playing!