How often does each EZ2 lotto number win? Based on 2,285 results calculated and analyzed, each number 1 to 31 can win 125 to 165 times for every 2,285 draws. In other words, that is 1 for every 14 to 18 draws. These data covers 4570 numbers based on EZ2 lottery 11 AM draws from 25 August 2008 up to 4 January 2015.

It is no common sense to play all the possible 961 EZ2 combinations because you are not going to profit from your single prize. You can only risk a few combinations. But which of the numbers are your going to play?

The figures just presented can help you limit your combinations to a better few. Though it does not guarantee an absolute win - nothing can - at least, it increases your odds of winning compared to your chances of losing. To identify which numbers have better chances of winning, you need to zero in on the numbers by grouping them based on certain attributes. These attributes are odd-even, low-high, top-bottom numbers. Among the top winning numbers, how many are odd or even? Among the odd or even numbers, how many are from 1 - 15 or 16 - 31?

The following is a 3-dimensional matrix based on the above attributes.

Based on the above matrix, it shows that high odd numbers and low even numbers are more likely to be drawn compared to the other numbers. Low numbers are 1 to 16 while high numbers are 17 - 31.

Total numbers drawn: 2285 x 2 = 4570

Probability of winning example: 165 ÷ 165 : 2285 ÷ 165 = 1:14

Frequency of winning example: 165 ÷ 4570 = 3.61%

### The Top 15 EZ2 Numbers Based on Frequency Of Winning

Lotto# | Freq |
---|---|

15 | 165 |

25 | 165 |

4 | 162 |

31 | 162 |

16 | 161 |

14 | 154 |

19 | 154 |

21 | 153 |

11 | 152 |

12 | 151 |

13 | 150 |

23 | 150 |

6 | 149 |

30 | 149 |

27 | 148 |

### The Bottom 16 EZ2 Lotto Numbers Based on Frequency

Lotto# | Freq |
---|---|

22 | 147 |

28 | 147 |

8 | 146 |

10 | 145 |

26 | 145 |

29 | 145 |

1 | 144 |

2 | 144 |

9 | 143 |

20 | 143 |

5 | 140 |

3 | 139 |

17 | 134 |

18 | 132 |

7 | 126 |

24 | 125 |

### Frequency Of Winning Of Each EZ2 Lotto Number

Let's look further. In another point of view, each winning number represents only 2.74% to 3.61% of the total 4570 numbers in 2285 results . This means that each EZ2 number has a fair share of winning. Therefore, how can this statistical data help you?It is no common sense to play all the possible 961 EZ2 combinations because you are not going to profit from your single prize. You can only risk a few combinations. But which of the numbers are your going to play?

The figures just presented can help you limit your combinations to a better few. Though it does not guarantee an absolute win - nothing can - at least, it increases your odds of winning compared to your chances of losing. To identify which numbers have better chances of winning, you need to zero in on the numbers by grouping them based on certain attributes. These attributes are odd-even, low-high, top-bottom numbers. Among the top winning numbers, how many are odd or even? Among the odd or even numbers, how many are from 1 - 15 or 16 - 31?

The following is a 3-dimensional matrix based on the above attributes.

3D Matrix | |
---|---|

Top 15 Numbers | |

Odd | |

Low | High |

15 | 25 |

11 | 31 |

13 | 19 |

21 | |

23 | |

27 | |

Even | |

Low | High |

4 | 30 |

16 | |

14 | |

12 | |

6 |

Bottom 16 Numbers | |
---|---|

Odd | |

Low | High |

1 | 29 |

9 | 17 |

5 | |

3 | |

7 | |

Even | |

Low | High |

8 | 22 |

10 | 28 |

2 | 26 |

20 | |

18 | |

24 |

Based on the above matrix, it shows that high odd numbers and low even numbers are more likely to be drawn compared to the other numbers. Low numbers are 1 to 16 while high numbers are 17 - 31.

#### Calculations Used

Total draws: 2285Total numbers drawn: 2285 x 2 = 4570

Probability of winning example: 165 ÷ 165 : 2285 ÷ 165 = 1:14

Frequency of winning example: 165 ÷ 4570 = 3.61%

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