Chapter 1 continued...
Now have a look
at Chart 2 below. It’s made up in the same way as Chart 1 except that the lottery
numbers shown are taken from the first year of the UK National Lottery.
glance at Chart 2.1 shows that this set of UK lottery results looks very similar
to the Florida diagram. The stars form a picture which is like an up-side-down
bell shaped curve.
This ‘curve’ has been shown in many lottery books and
magazines and is called by mathematicians the ‘normal distribution or Gaussian
curve’. (Gauss was one of the first mathematicians who studied statistics and
so the ‘curve’ was named after him.)
Don’t panic! You don’t have to understand
statistics at all in order to get benefit from the studies in this book. All you
have to do is simply take notice of the conclusions written up in capitals and
underlined at the bottom of each page!
Anyway — back to the diagram.
You will see that there were mainly 2, 3 or 4 even numbers drawn in most weeks
of the UK National Lottery. But more to the point! In the first year of the UK
Lottery there was never a week where any of the six numbers drawn were all even.
Neither was there a week where any of the six numbers drawn were all odd.
will remember that in the Florida Lottery we concluded that you should never choose
a selection of lottery numbers where they were either all odd or all even. In
the first year of the UK Lottery we would have been ‘spot-on’ had we taken that
advice. The inevitable conclusion one is drawn to is that:
LOTTERY SELECTIONS SHOULD NEVER BE ALL ODD OR ALL EVEN.
This shows that
the basis of the reasoning behind the ideas in this book seems to be quite sound:
results of the Florida Lottery numbers are closely examined.
is drawn and this conclusion is compared to the PRESENT UK Lottery results..
the results show that ‘groups’ of numbers (e.g. even) behaves predictably then
notice is taken of that fact to help you avoid possible errors in your FUTURE
So based on the above conclusion the following advice should definitely
WHEN CHOOSING YOUR FUTURE LOTTERY NUMBERS MAKE SURE THAT THEY
ARE NOT EITHER ALL EVEN OR ALL ODD!