Do lottery statistics show that lottery jackpots follow bell-shaped shape or not?
This controversy has been going on for a little bit. Some think that it is pure nonsense. Others are true Slot online believers. But, rather than rely on feelings, I prefer a more clinical approach. I want to see the facts.
Do you wish to know the truth?
I want to make my position on this clear enough so anyone can understand. Critics of bell-shaped competition analysis are not only wrong but, they are wrong absolutely and across the board! ALL LOTTERIES follow these bell-shaped competition distributions, not only the theory is that but, I state most emphatically, in practice.
Now, you’re waiting for me to back that up with some lottery statistics. No hassle. In fact, if you were here, I could do that with any lottery of your choosing. Next, I would have you select one of four statistical performance characteristics to evaluate. These include Odd/Even, Balanced Game, Likely Game or Vector Game analysis. But, you are not here. So, for the purposes of this article, I’ll use the The mega Millions lottery, a 5/56 game, and join in a Balanced Game analysis.
First, we looked at the theoretical Balanced Game graph. This lottery analysis examined all 3, 819, 816 possible products of 56 numbers and produced a perfect bell-shaped competition. Next, we plotted the actual lottery jackpot winning numbers the past four years.
What do you think we found?
The Balanced Game graph for the actual lottery jackpot winners and the theoretical graph match perfectly! The lottery performed exactly the theory expected it would.
I know that some of you don’t believe me, thinking that this is some sort of restaurant game or that cherry picked the The mega Millions lottery just to make my point. Or maybe you seriously believe that this is simply an anomaly; a onetime thing. Fine. OK. We’ll repeat, this time with the PowerBall lottery, a 5/59 lottery.
The results are a perfect match!
We could continue this till the cows come home and the result can be the same. In fact, I’m so confident, I make this open challenge. No one can show me an example of a lottery, where the theoretical graph and the winning lottery jackpot graph don’t match.