Is it really possible to predict lottery numbers before they are drawn? Is lottery prediction really possible? That is the question that most lottery players think about everyday. If would have been so much better playing lotteries if lottery predictions of the best lottery numbers were really happening. But in reality it is not possible to predict the lottery numbers in exact before the drawing. But you can roughly figure out the numbers that could be drawn in a lottery draw. That part of lottery prediction definitely is possible.
The first thing you have to keep in mind is that the probability of random things happening diminishes as it keeps happening. So if a number is drawn in consecutive draws, chances are more that it will not be drawn in the next draw. But this is only a probability and not certain. For instance, if the number seven is drawn in two consecutive lottery draws, then chances are more that it would not be drawn in the next draw.
But this is only a random way of making lottery predictions. Most of the time you may not succeed at all. To make a more precise lottery prediction, it is necessary that you take the data of the previous few months of lottery draws and study the pattern of the number drawn. This way you would be able to make a much better lottery prediction. But that does not mean that your prediction will be 100% accurate, it never happens. You could at best get a few numbers correct and that’s all.
Another way to make lottery prediction is to use lottery prediction software. These softwares will help you gather the data of previous draws, create a table and then make your prediction. This is a much more scientific way of making lottery predictions. You don’t have to choose between hot and cold numbers or even the numbers which are long overdue. You just choose your favorite numbers and the software will let you know the chances of your number coming out in the draws. But whatever it is, always remember that exact lottery prediction can never be made. Even god can’t do that probably.
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June 19, 2011 | by Marry Levental |