How to Improve Your Powerball Lottery Odds by Millions

Odd or Evens in the Powerball lottery

One factor to consider in picking your Powerball lottery numbers is the ratio between the odd / even lotto numbers.

Looking at the past history of all lottery games there appears a pattern that shows you would be better off by not playing all odd or all even numbers.

Example of playing all even numbers 2.4.6.20.40

Example of playing all odd balls 3.11.21.35.47

For the last 290 Powerball games reviewed as of 6/9/08

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Powerball Odd/even combo analysis

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5 odd 0 even 9 as a percentage 3.10 %

4 odd 1 even 38 as a percentage 13.10 %

3 odd 2 even 88 as a percentage 30.34 %

2 odd 3 even 106 as a percentage 36.55 %

1 odd 4 even 39 as a percentage 13.45 %

0 odd 5 even 10 as a percentage 3.45 %

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Looking at the table above, you may improve your odds by playing either 3 odd /2 even or 2 odd / 3 even. These rations accounted for almost 2/3 of all past

winners.

30.34 + 36.55 = 66.8%

Or almost 2/3 of past winning number sets follow this rule.

These Powerball lotto ratios are always changing, but this pattern does occur across all Powerball lotto / lottery games.

What states/jurisdictions participate in the Powerball lottery?

A: Arizona, Colorado Powerball, Connecticut, Delaware, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa Powerball, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Okalahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania Powerball, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota Powerball, Tennessee, U.S. Virgin Islands, Vermont, Washington D.C., Wisconsin, and West Virginia.

Best of luck, gotta swing the bat to hit the ball.