Ultra Lotto 6/58 Where Do Winning Numbers Come From

There are 40 million+ possible combinations but not all are probable. An estimate is that around 25M+ combinations are only probable. Though your chance of winning lotto 6/58 increased by half due to probability, you are still battling with 25 million combinations. Perhaps, you wonder, if you could only know where the winning numbers are coming from.

The Zoning Technique To Combine Numbers

Based on a study covering 449 results, the winning numbers would come from different zones.

  1. The Trending Zone. This refers to the previous 1st to 6th draws counting from the latest draw.
  2. The Spring Zone.  These numbers usually spring up to trend again. It refers to the previous 7th to 9th draws.
  3. The Autumn Zone. Once a number enters this zone, it starts to get cold. It refers to the previous 10th to 15th draws.
  4. The Winter Zone. Once a number enters this cold zone, most likely it will hibernate for a long period. This zone refers to the previous 16th - 21st draws.
  5. The Hibernation Zone. This is the zone where numbers hibernate for a long period. It refers to numbers that have not been winning for more than 21 draws.

The Trending Zone

There are two types of trending numbers.
  • A number that has won once during the last 6-draw period. Let's call them T1.
  • A number that has won twice or more during the last 6-draw period. Let's call them T2.
Often times, there are only a few T2s, say 6-9 roughly. The T1s are many, usually around 20+. Based on probability, if there were 20 T1s and only 5 T2s, what's the probability that T1s or T2s be drawn? It's a practical observation, most likely there will be more T1s drawn than T2s.

If you can list all the numbers in last 6 draws (the trending zone) that have won only once, then you can already have an idea where the winning numbers may come from.

But, could all the 6 winning numbers come from the T1 zone? Possible, but not very probable. Often times, 2 T1s can be winning numbers; in some cases, 1 or 3; in rare cases, 4.

So, say, if 2 winning numbers would come from T1 zone, where would the other numbers come from? The answer is: from the other zones.

The other zones would usually house only a few numbers. If there are 9 or 12 numbers in a particular zone, perhaps, 1 winning number could come from that zone.

How Does Zoning Probability Can Be Helpful?

Assuming your numbers are 08, 34, 35, 43, 47 and 55. How would these numbers fare? If all of these numbers belong to the T2-Zone, most likely, only 1 of them may win or none at all.

Say, another example, your numbers are 01, 05, 23, 31, 37, 45. If these numbers all belong to the winter zone (or cold zone), most likely, only one of them may win or none at all.

Therefore, it is important to know which zone a lotto number currently belongs.

How To Zone the Numbers

  1. List all the results from the last 21 draws.
  2. Cross out all repeating numbers starting from the oldest draw, leaving only 1 un-crossed.
  3. Divide the draws into zones starting from the latest draw: 6 draws, 3 draws, 6 draws, 6 draws. In this order, these are your trending zone, spring zone, autumn zone, and winter zone. All numbers that are not in these zones automatically belong to the hibernation zone.
  4. After you have crossed out the repeating numbers, you will now have a list of the numbers 1 to 58 in different zones.
  5. Now, you can start combining your numbers.
Here's an example on how your zone chart will look like. The numbers on the left are the actual results. The numbers on the right are what remains after crossing out the duplicate or repeating numbers. This chart will also show you how old a lotto number that has not been winning. Draw #1 refers to the most recent draw.

Draw A B C D E F ~ Z O N E S
21
16
18
29
47
51
54






20
7
14
31
34
39
50






19
15
35
37
38
45
56




45

18
1
13
24
42
53
56
1





17
16
18
31
37
43
44


31
37


16
7
17
19
36
43
44






15
5
15
16
17
23
54
5



23

14
8
10
19
52
53
58





58
13
4
16
27
41
47
49

16



49
12
14
36
39
43
46
54
14



46

11
4
8
28
29
33
40



29


10
3
7
19
30
38
54






9
24
28
30
41
51
54




51

8
7
8
13
25
30
41


13
25


7
6
17
20
27
54
55


20
27
54

6
24
28
35
38
42
56
24


38
42
56
5
3
18
19
30
33
43
3
18
19
30
33

4
7
17
32
40
52
55
7
17
32
40
52

3
15
34
36
39
43
53
15
34
36
39
43
53
2
4
8
35
44
47
50
4
8
35
44

50
1
6
10
28
41
47
55
6
10
28
41
47
55

The Current Zone Status of Ultra Lotto 6/58 Numbers

To save you from zoning the Ultra Lotto 6/58 results, I have prepared them for you. Columns T2 and T1 refer to the Trending Zone. Column A refers to the Spring zone; B is Autumn zone; C is Winter zone; and D is Hibernation zone.

If you are trying this zoning technique for the first time, don't feel disappointed if you didn't match any number. Just continue observing. By mere observing, in time, you will be training your brain like a genius.


The Mystery Behind the Age

The zoning technique comes handy with ageing and vice versa. Zoning is based on age; and age is helpful in picking the probable numbers. However, you need a tool, such as the Zone Chart, to determine the age of the lotto numbers.

Age refers to a particular draw in the past wherein the most recent or latest draw is referred to as Age 1. Anything older is age 2, 3, 4, and so forth and so on. So, if the age of a lotto number is 21, not only that it refers to the 21st draw back or past, it also means that the last time that a particular lotto number has won was 21 draws back.

Based on probability, usually, no 3 winning lotto numbers or more can come from the same age. Most of the time, only 1. In some cases, 2 depending on how many numbers are currently in the same age. So, if there are 5 or 6 numbers remain in the same age, 2 winning numbers are probable. But of course, anything is possible. However, though everything is possible, not all are probable.