**Its very very Important Information for all **

If the lottery is totally random, then lottery software has no hope of predicting winning numbers, right? Just like flipping a coin has a 50/50 chance of landing on heads or on tails, each number in a lottery has an equal chance of being drawn.

But on the other hand, we know that although each flip of a coin has a 50/50 chance of being heads or tails, we also know that it’s terribly unlikely that you will flip ten heads in a row. That’s the principle behind lottery prediction software.

Lottery software works by trying to predict numbers that are more likely to be drawn by analyzing patterns. It looks for combinations of numbers that are more likely to be picked. For example, having all even numbers is less likely than a mixture of odd and even numbers, whereas it’s very unlikely that all of the numbers will be drawn in a row. Once the software has analyzed the patterns, it recommends numbers that it finds are more likely to be drawn.

Some programs add more complexity to their predictions. For example, they might track likely numbers that haven’t been drawn in a while or numbers that are more likely to be chosen by other lottery players so that if you do win a jackpot, you’ll be likely to have to split it.