This is a probability analysis of the 1st and 2nd ball numbers calculated separately. In other words, we are considering the exact order of the lotto results.
The 1st and 2nd draw of balls are two separate events for the reason that they come from two separate tumblers with two different sets of 31 balls. The events are similar but they do not happen at the same time and do not use the same paraphernalia. For that reason, it is possible that the results of the first ball may be different from the results of the second ball. With that, would the collected first draws of balls give similar results to those of the second draws of balls? Let's find out.
FindingsAfter collecting and calculating 2330 results, the following are the findings.
- Only the lotto number 23 ranked 11th both from the first ball draw and the second ball.
- All other numbers ranked differently from the first ball to the second ball.
Grouping the numbers into quartile or more divisions gives us a more comprehensive information. For this purpose, ranks 1 to 5 is group A, ranks 6 to 10 is group B, ranks 11 to 15 is group C, ranks 16 to 20 is group D, ranks 21 to 25 is group E, and ranks 26 to 31 is group F. By grouping them into 6, we can see, more or less, if there is any dependence or absolute opposition of the two events.
- In group A, all results are unique. There are 10 numbers in this group. This means that the result of the first ball are not the same with that of the second.
- In group B, all results are unique as well. There are also 10 numbers in this group. The 5 numbers from the first ball are not the same numbers from the second ball.
- In group C, 13, 23, 30 are common 1st ball and 2nd ball results. This means that 13, 23, & 30 ranked 11th to 15th in the first ball and also in the second ball. The other 6 numbers are unique and are not related.
- In group D, 01, 02, 29 are common. The other 4 numbers are unique.
- In group E, only the number 03 is common. The other 6 numbers are unique.
- In group F, 07 & 24 are common. All the other 8 numbers are unique.
ConclusionThe two events – first ball and second ball – do not produce the same results. What wins frequently from the first ball does not necessarily win frequently from the second ball. With that, you can zero in on the numbers that may probably increase more your odds of winning. See the rest of the results below.
|1st Ball||2nd Ball|
|15 - 19 - 31||04 - 25 - 22|
|12 - 16 - 09||14 - 21 - 11|
|20 - 28 - 06 - 25||16 - 27 - 17 - 15|
|23 - 26 - 04 - 08 - 13 - 30||05 - 06 - 10 - 13 - 23 - 30|
|21 - 01 - 02 - 27 - 29||08 - 29 - 31 - 01 - 02|
|11 - 03 - 14 - 10||03 - 12 - 26 - 18|
|07 - 05 - 18 - 22 - 17 - 24||24 - 09 - 19 - 28 - 20 - 07|