Lotterycodex Mathematics Meets The Lottery


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...

How to Win the US Powerball 5/69 According to Math


The majority of the Powerball players are doing it wrong. If you’re like the majority who rely on a random selection, hot numbers, cold numbers, birth dates, anniversaries, horoscope numbers, and other unscientific lotto strategies, you are wasting money on the lottery. I guarantee that. The fact remains, many do not win the Powerball because they keep on playing the wrong number patterns...

How to Win the TattsLotto 6/45 According to Math


Many players want to know how to win TattsLotto but they don’t get it. Rather than relying on a scientific approach, many players stick to the century-old myth of using lucky numbers, hot and cold numbers, etc., etc.  But mathematically speaking, those methods don’t work in the Lottery. Many are wasting their money because they keep on playing the wrong number patterns and...

How to Win the US Mega Millions 5/75 (Ended October 2017)


NOTE: This article is about the probability analysis of the U.S. Mega Millions based on its previous 5/75 game format which officially ended in October 2017.  For the analysis that applies to the new 5/70 game rules, see the New U.S. Mega Millions 5/70 analysis page. I’ve heard a lot of people, playing the Mega Millions with hot numbers, birthdates, lucky numbers, important dates of their...

How to Win the Irish Lottery 6/47 According to Math


People have been using hot numbers since ancient time believing that when a number is appearing more frequently, it is bound to appear more often in the next draws. This belief is contrary to the Mathematical Principles of probability. Today I am going to discuss with you the Mathematical method to play the Lottery. Not many people are using this with the Irish Lottery. Let’s start off with...

How to Win the Euromillions 5/50 According to Math


If you are like the majority of the Euromillions players who pick numbers randomly or by quick pick, you are wasting money. Truth be told, there are worst number combinations in Euromillions that will never appear in any draw. Many lotto players have this idea of using birth dates of their sons and daughters, select dates in their life like anniversaries, lucky numbers, horoscope numbers, and...

How to Win the Eurojackpot 5/50 According to Math


You can improve your chances in the Eurojackpot if you know how math works in the lottery. The EuroJackpot’s 5/50 game can produce a total of 2,118,760 combinations. However, winning the jackpot requires you to match two additional numbers, which makes the overall odds to 1 in 95 million. The probability is terrible that you have a better chance of becoming the next elected leader in your town...

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Edvin Hiltner

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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