### Ultra Lotto 6/58 Most Extraordinary Patterns

Winning combinations with extraordinary patterns are not common. If you are going to group 58 numbers into six such as 10s, 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and the ones, would it be common for each group to produce at least one winning number? Have you tried playing 6 numbers that are all 20s? Which combination type is most probable?

### Combining Numbers from One Group

Based on 420 results examined, not one winning combination has produced 6 numbers from one group such as all 20s or 30s, etc. Though such combination type is possible, it has not won yet. If you try one now and get lucky, it'd be the first. Let's examine a few combinations.
1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6
This combination is currently not probable due to the following reasons:
• The numbers are all ones (number group 1 - 9)
• A combination usually contains 2 - 4 high numbers (30-58).
• The difference between the highest and lowest number usually ranges from 31 - 56.
• The differences between 2 adjacent numbers are not usually equal. At rare times, only 2 would be equal.
50 • 51 • 53 • 54 • 57 • 58
For similar reasons, this combination is also not probable this time.
• All numbers are 50s
• A combination usually contains 2 - 4 low numbers (1-29).
• The difference between the highest and lowest number usually ranges from 31 - 56.
• The differences between 2 adjacent numbers are not usually equal. At rare times, only 2 would be equal.

### Combining Numbers from Two Groups

If combining numbers from one group alone is not probable yet, what about from 2 groups?

There are only 3 combinations that made it to the jackpot whose numbers came from only 2 groups. This type of combination is so rare that it has occurred only 3 times in 3 years. These winning combinations are:

CombinationPatternRatioDrawn
30 • 32 • 33 • 36 • 53 • 553333554:2 7 Aug 16
45 • 48 • 50 • 51 • 54 • 554455552:4 5 Nov 17
13 • 15 • 17 • 19 • 53 • 561111554:2 23 Jan 18
Observing the results above, looks like we still have to witness something like 20s and 50s or 1s and 50s (examples below), perhaps in 2019 or late 2018; or perhaps today.
02 • 04 • 05 • 07 • 53 • 54
23 • 24 • 26 • 29 • 53 • 58
Observe the patterns of the winning extraordinary combinations. One group consists of 4 like numbers; while the other contains two. Not one of them contains 5 like numbers in one group (5:1 or 1:5 ratios). Therefore, not only that 6-numbers-a-group is unlikely, but also 5-numbers-a-group.

#### Extraordinary 40s and 50s Patterns

There are only 3 probable patterns that you can form with numbers from groups 40s and 50s. One, so far, made it to the jackpot: 445555. These patterns do not include 1:5 or 5:1 ratios.
PatternRatioDrawn
4444554:2none yet
4445553:3none yet
4455552:45 Nov 17
These patterns do not win frequently. As mentioned earlier, only 1 has occurred in a year. If you wish to take chances, you might hit it one day.

### Combining Numbers from Six Groups

On 13 July 2018, the winning numbers were 02 • 17 • 24 • 32 • 47 • 51. Each of these numbers represented all the number groups: 1s, 10s, 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s. Perhaps, you might think that it is the best thing to do. This type of combination has won 11 times, so far, since 2015; or a probability of 2.6%. If not 1, not 2, not 6 groups, what's the ideal group combination?

### Combining Numbers from Four, Five, Three Groups

The table below shows the ideal set of numbers. Winning numbers from 4 groups are the most common. Almost half of all the results have this type of combination. Runner up is combining 6 numbers from 5 groups. So, if you're going to combine your lotto numbers, think 4, think 5. That's 78.3% probability. If you want to increase the odds, think 3 as well to make it 96.6% probability.
Group CountFreqProb
37718.3%
420749.3%
512229.0%