Lottery Canada - Become A Winner Today
When it comes to lottery Canada, the first thing you need in order to guarantee repeated hits (meaning: winning the prize money more often than once) is choosing your numbers correctly. It does not matter if you are playing the conventional 6 number game card, or you are upping your chances with the 12 game bet, the key is to always, always (and we can not stress this hard enough,) always choose the numbers and the number combinations that are most likely to appear on the next winning ticket.
Random selection of numbers may work but there are ways and means on how to make sure the ticket you have will be the winning call. Here are some important tips when it comes to choosing your lottery Canada winning numbers.
1. Betting on hot numbers. Ever notice that some numbers just keep cropping up for almost all the winning tickets? These are called hot numbers. In order to ascertain fully just how hot some numbers are, it would be imperative to get hold of past winning numbers. For example: in the last 3 or 4 months, try to single out numbers that appear more often than the rest.
Once you have a list of likely numbers, try to determine which ones appear more than 10 times. These numbers are the ones with about 82% chances of being on the next winning ticket. Now, try to ascertain which numbers show up about 5 times or more. Staking your bet on these numbers means a probability of about 55% chances of a good haul in the next few draws. A good combination of these hot numbers may increase your chances considerably. However, always factor in one or two cold numbers as well.
2. Speaking of which, you might also want to pepper your playing lotto cards with cold numbers. Cold numbers are dark horses: the ones that no one really expects to win but come out on top when no one is looking. Studying the emergence of cold numbers is more difficult than studying hot numbers because you have to go way, way back into the history of winning numbers.
You must determine which numbers have not yet emerged. Cold numbers that have not been picked yet in the last 70 to 100 draws may be great dark horse bets. However, make sure that your playing lotto card has more hot numbers than cold numbers. 1 or 2 cold numbers on one betting box should suffice.
3. Playing hot number groupings and cold number groupings. 1 to 9, 10 to19, 20 to 29, 30 to 39, and 40 and above: these are the 5 main groupings in all lotto playing cards. Like hot and cold numbers, there are also hot and cold number groupings. In order to play these, you have to study which number groupings of past winning tickets (from 3 months back or so) tend to emerge more and those that hardly get played. Try playing hot groupings more heavily than the cold ones. But stake a bet once a potential cold grouping has not yet emerged in the last 10 or so draws