Lotterycodex Mathematics Meets The Lottery


Using Birth Dates For Lotto Combination? Here’s What Math Says


Have you ever asked yourself? Is birth date a good strategy for number selection? What does math say about it? Let’s set one thing straight from a mathematical perspective. What experts say Many experts recommend that you should never use birth dates when you play the lottery. They say it’s a bad strategy. Or is it? Explanations are varied.  Some may be valid, and some are mere...

Odds, Probability, and the Lottery


Odds and probability are two different terms.  They are not mathematically equivalent.  Knowing the difference between the two is crucial for you as a lottery player. Perhaps the main reason for the confusion is the fact that they are synonymous. Because when you say an event has a high probability, then the odds are high as well. In addition to that, people are used to encountering such terms...

Lottery Addiction – Signs, Dangers and Where To Get Help


Lottery addiction may develop because too many players hold many misconceptions about the game. Some players believe that lottery is not a form of gambling and that addiction is not possible. That is where the problem begins. You cannot fix a problem if you don't believe it exists in the first place. This article tries to explore the many possibilities that players may get through. We will also...

Top 10 Lotto Betting Do’s and Don’ts


Everyone wants a short cut in his life. Those short cuts are available in different forms. One of them is the lottery. Some, no matter what the consequences are, risk their whole money and fail to give a big bang for their bucks. Let's discuss the many don'ts which help you understand the lottery better.

How to Win the UK Lotto 6/59 According to Math


There’s no way to predict the next winning combination in the lottery, but you can improve your chances when you play with mathematical strategy. My analysis of the UK Lotto 6/59 shows that only one number pattern exhibits high probability and as I always say, the key factor to your strategy is in the combination pattern. If you use quick pick, important dates, hot numbers, or cold numbers...

Lotterycodex Mathematics Meets The Lottery

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I get a good grasp of mathematical theory through persistent learning. I get my inspirations from the works of Gerolamo Cardano and Renato Gianella in the fields of Combinatorics and Probability theory.

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