Lotto jackpot numbers studied based on 1,949 Lotto 6/42 drawings,

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**two numbers may emerge sticky**— i.e. lotto numbers that are frequently drawn together. Numbers 1 to 42 produce 861 pairs. Based on actual data, a pair may be frequently drawn**18 to 53 times**. These figures increase as the number of draws increases. A sticky pair may recur**every 37 draws**while a non-sticky pair may recur**every 108 draws**. These figures, however, are**average**number of draws. They are not absolute. It means that a pair – sticky or otherwise – may recur immediately after the latest draw; or may recur after 10 draws or even 100 draws. The numbers are variable.The pair

**12–26**is one of the sticky pairs. It has recurred 53 times. But even if it has recurred 53 times, it covers only 2.7% of the total drawings. The pair**23–32**recurred 18 times – the lowest recurrence. That comprises only 0.9% of the total drawings.### Would you stick to one sticky pair?

If a sticky pair can recur 53 times, the probability of that being drawn again is 1 to every 36.77 draws. To ensure, statistically speaking, a**50%**chance that 3 of your pairs can make it to the jackpot, you have to play the**top 375 sticky pairs**. These 375 sticky pairs make**125 six-number lotto combinations**.You can download for

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