Analysis Lotto is the premier tool to implement our Delta Lotto system - but it was also created out of the realization that a particular strategy for choosing lotto numbers may work great with some games but not others. So our philosophy is that you should have several systems to choose from, you should have parameters that you can adjust, and you should have charts and tools to use to test your own ideas. A future update of this program will take this idea further, even allowing you to use all the same statistical tools that stock market traders use to find patterns in stock market data.
As for the validity of the various methods of choosing numbers to play in lotto and keno games, I can make no absolute claim as to the accuracy or usefulness of the numbers generated by Analysis Lotto, and I'm sure you realize why. Lotto and keno are games of chance, and the creators of those games have gone to great lengths to make the outcomes of those games random. If those numbers were truly random, there would simply not be a good mathematical way to gain an advantage. What you and I are aiming at, really, is an opportunity to discover flaws in the designers' schemes to make random numbers. This is what, I believe, Analysis Lotto is good at.
For example, if the numbered balls all enter the lotto machine in order, and the balls are picked before they have mixed thoroughly enough, then numbers that went into the machine next to each other might come up together more often. When this happens, you will see more number pairs, and more low delta numbers. To visualize this, imagine all the balls, in numeric order, going into the lotto machine. Then imagine that the numbers are picked without mixing the balls. What would happen? The result would still be somewhat random, for sure. But the odds of getting numbers near each other would increase quite a bit. The odds of getting the same few numbers every day would also increase. Now suppose that the balls mix, but not enough. At least some of these same tendencies would remain.
Keep an eye on the delta number distribution charts, and the trend charts for low delta numbers. You will spot periodic increases in these low delta numbers, which may correspond to poor mixing for the balls. If you have a choice of several lotto games you can play, try choosing the one with the most disproportionately pronounced low delta numbers.
The systems and charts included with Analysis Lotto can help you spot many such deviations from randomness. It's not even necessary for us to know, or to figure out why the games are not as random as they're supposed to be - that's the game designer's problem, after all - but we can certainly take advantage of these discoveries.
Legal Disclaimer: This program is experimental, and is provided to you for your entertainment only. As you play your games, always play carefully, responsibly, and with restraint. Remember that even the best system for choosing numbers can only enhance the odds of winning - no system can guarantee winners. Not even this one!
Best of luck!
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