How to Predict the Lottery - Can it Be Done and If So, How?

Briony O’Neill -

Is it really possible to predict the lottery? Apparently it is, according to Brazilian mathematician Renato Gianella, who has claimed in an article published this week that certain numbers and number patterns are more likely to crop up than others.

This mind-blowing announcement could entirely change the way we think about the lottery – is it just luck? Do we have a fair chance of winning? Can we improve our chances of winning? Is it still gambling if you’re more likely to win? Gianella writes in his article, “You will learn that winning a lottery is not merely a matter of luck: by having the right information you will be able to create game strategies.

Tools To Give You The Edge

To give you a helping hand we will show you how to play in a very simple and easy way, based on the fact that drawings are subordinated to a behaviour pattern.” In other words, Renato Gianella believes he has proved that you can learn to improve your chances at winning the lottery and become skilled at predicting the numbers that are likely to come up, based on behavioural patterns.

Gianella has created a website to support his theory that keen lottery fans can check out for themselves. The lottery prediction website uses a specific tool to separate various numbers into categories and colour groups. Lottery players can enter their numbers into the lottery prediction generator and will be given a chart revealing how likely they are to win the lottery.

Gianella has admitted, however, that the system does not guarantee anything, stating, “All bets are equally likely, behaviour patterns obey different probabilities, which can make all the difference in the concept of games, benefiting gamblers that make use of the rational information.”

One Step Closer to Winning

At its most basic, Gianella’s method is a way of demonstrating that although each individual number has an equal likelihood of appearing in theory, not all combinations of numbers are equally likely and that makes it much easier to predict the outcome of the lottery.

So, although we might be a way off from predicting the lottery right now, perhaps using Gianella’s method we’re a little closer to guaranteeing a big win that we have been before!