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by Theo on January 23, 2012

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It might be only a few dollars and the information might pull at your hope strings to try and reel you in, but there is no such thing a s lottery numbers prediction pattern.

If all states in the world allow their populations to play the lottery in one form or another, it is simply because that puts more money in state coffers. Since lotteries came into existence, people have referred to them as voluntary taxes and for a good reason at that too.

Lotteries work because it is impossible to predict the outcome beforehand, it is that simple.

Anyone saying something different is trying to pull a fast one on you.

Use your logic. It starts with the simple principle of the coin toss.

Take a coin and toss it into the air.

Whatever happens, you will always get a result, which is either head or tails.

Now mathematicians step in and say, you have a 50% chance of winning.


But it is impossible to PREDICT what the result will be.

At the most, you will be able to PREDICT that the number of times heads will be the result or tails will be the result.

In this case, it is roughly the same, each will appear about 50% of the time.

The devil here is that now you might start believing you can tell WHEN heads will fall or WHEN tails will fall.

Unfortunately, this is when you get robbed of your money if you took a bet on this event, because the odds say that if you have a 50% chance of being RIGHT, you also have a 50% chance of being wrong, AND THIS NEVER CHANGES, no matter what “predicting” formula you might use.

Predicting the outcome of lotteries or events that depend on chance IS NOT POSSIBLE.

It would be like stating you can fall UPWARDS. It is ridiculous.

Do yourself a favor, don’t “fall” for this type of statements and keep your money, or play on any number combination, because that at least gives you a real chance of winning something.