It's true that there are lotto numbers that are frequently drawn more often than other numbers. Some numbers become hot at certain periods, then turn cold at other periods. Lottery results do not always consist of all hot numbers. A result is usually a mix of hot and warm numbers; at certain intervals, it will include one cold number. If that is the case, you can play multiple combinations that consist of hot and warm numbers, and, hot, warm, and cold numbers. The ratio of hot numbers to warm numbers may be 2:4, 3:3, 4;2. If you include one cold number, make it 2:3:1 or 3:2:1. You can do this by studying the last 12 results. Color-code the hot, warm, and cold numbers. Then select a group that contains all the lotto numbers. Then divide the group into two: the upper and the lower numbers. Pick numbers based on these upper to lower ratio: 3:3, 2:4, 4:2.

Here's another tip. It's a trick - luck's trick. Let's suppose what you just read is a secret. You're so excited about it that you played your combinations only to find out that the result of the drawing that day was exactly the opposite of what you did. It happens. In fact it happens most of the time. Then when you stopped playing the numbers, that's the time your numbers win. Luck has played a trick.

If we could only know the right time to play!

There is an organization in New Zealand that published their works regarding luck. The study said that you can train luck to work to your advantage. If you're interested, here's the link.