|Table of Contents|
|1. How to Win the UK National Lottery|
|2. Number Combinations|
|3. Top 3 Lottery Systems|
Numbers to AvoidYou should also stay away from number combinations that are never drawn.
Number combinations that go up in twos for example would be highly unlikely to be drawn. If you picked one, two, four, eight, sixteen, thirty-two do you think you would have a good chance of winning?
You should also avoid picking all odd or all even numbers as they are drawn only about 3% of the time. Also avoid picking numbers that show clear patterns that common sense will tell you are unlikely to occur such as numbers that jump in sequence.
Look For Patterns
So, by studying the lottery patterns of previous draws you can pick numbers that are statistically more likely to be drawn. This is only the beginning however as there are other steps that can increase your odds even more.
Do not clump all your numbers together. When you have a list of frequently drawn numbers try to choose them from a wide range. 6 high numbers or 6 low numbers or even 6 numbers in the mid range are number are combinations that rarely get drawn. Spread the numbers out.
Although this is true it is not for the reasons mist people think.
Buying more tickets does not increase your chances of winning the lottery contrary to popular opinion.
The odds are so heavily stacked against you that buying a handful more tickets makes only an infinitely tiny fraction of a difference – not enough to count.
However, when a syndicate uses a wheeling system to pick numbers and play they can reduce their odds from 1 in 13,983,816 to just 1 in 499,422 – with only two extra numbers and a weekly cost of £28. If you play in syndication wheel your numbers!