Now that you know which Lotto 6/55 numbers frequently win, how do you combine them? Which 6 numbers should you combine? Is it possible to win with 1-2-3-4-5-6 or 50-51-52-53-54-55? Technically, yes. These are possible combinations. Statistically, maybe not.

Jackpot umbers are drawn in no particular order. However, arranging the numbers numerically in ascending order, that is, from lowest to highest value, statistics gives us a different picture. Take a look at the data below.

Lotto # 1, being the lowest number, is always in the first position; lotto # 55, being the highest, is always in the last position. All numbers in between can play for the 1st through the 6th position. However, not all of them can ideally be in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th position. What are these numbers and where can they ideally be positioned?

Take a look at #49. It is ideal only in the last position. Though it can play for the 5th position, the probability though is low. That means,

Examine #12. It is ideal for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd positions but not for the 4th, 5th, and 6th positions. That means 12-X-X-X-X-X, X-12-X-X-X-X, and X-X-12-X-X-X are ideals but X-X-X-X-X-12 is not. As an example, 9-12-26-35-43-55 is a better combination than 1-3-8-9-10-12, statistically speaking.

Having considered the ideal numerical positions of the lotto numbers, you can see that statistics sets some limits as to how lotto numbers should be combined. The lotto numbers above with zero frequency or occurrence already tells you that playing these numbers in such order is not a good idea.

You can set your own rules as to which numbers you wish to eliminate to set your limits. For example, using the data above, all values 0-9 are all greyed out because of a low probability chance. You may opt to exclude as well those with 10-15 frequency values. You can also use the 90% or 80% rule wherein you concentrate only in the upper 90% or 80%; thus, eliminating the lower 10% or 20% probability.

Now that you know these data, you can now zero in on the most likely jackpot numbers.

1 Thing Leads 2 Another

Jackpot umbers are drawn in no particular order. However, arranging the numbers numerically in ascending order, that is, from lowest to highest value, statistics gives us a different picture. Take a look at the data below.

#### Winning frequency based on numerical order

**Lotto #**1st2nd3rd4th5th6thTotal Freq%**1**33000003310%**2**33500003811%**3**2651000329%**4**251210003811%**5**271210004012%**6**271321004312%**7**241730004413%**8**151530003310%**9**211561004312%**10**151680003911%**11**11125000288%**12**1517103004513%**13**141471103711%**14**9106100268%**15**31211510329%**16**9106410309%**17**517136004112%**18**319146404613%**19**513126003610%**20**77139113811%**21**11311600319%**22**215145303911%**23**4814310309%**24**110168504012%**25**071412603911%**26**5101722415917%**27**02101040268%**28**121614624112%**29**141619524714%**30**051017904112%**31**05719824112%**32**026891268%**33**1261552319%**34**156121734413%**35**025151253911%**36**02681643610%**37**02114105329%**38**0088124329%**39**1151315104513%**40**041923104714%**41**016111063410%**42**004101943711%**43**01471573410%**44**0028118298%**45**013914174413%**46**00381773510%**47**001310203410%**48**000411243911%**49**0014720329%**50**000410223610%**51**000616194112%**52**000112274012%**53**000010263610%**54**00005374212%**55**00000494914%**Total**3453453453453453452070

Take a look at #49. It is ideal only in the last position. Though it can play for the 5th position, the probability though is low. That means,

*where X is any number*, X-X-X-X-X-49 is better than X-X-X-X-49-X.Examine #12. It is ideal for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd positions but not for the 4th, 5th, and 6th positions. That means 12-X-X-X-X-X, X-12-X-X-X-X, and X-X-12-X-X-X are ideals but X-X-X-X-X-12 is not. As an example, 9-12-26-35-43-55 is a better combination than 1-3-8-9-10-12, statistically speaking.

Having considered the ideal numerical positions of the lotto numbers, you can see that statistics sets some limits as to how lotto numbers should be combined. The lotto numbers above with zero frequency or occurrence already tells you that playing these numbers in such order is not a good idea.

You can set your own rules as to which numbers you wish to eliminate to set your limits. For example, using the data above, all values 0-9 are all greyed out because of a low probability chance. You may opt to exclude as well those with 10-15 frequency values. You can also use the 90% or 80% rule wherein you concentrate only in the upper 90% or 80%; thus, eliminating the lower 10% or 20% probability.

Now that you know these data, you can now zero in on the most likely jackpot numbers.

1 Thing Leads 2 Another

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