Lotto Winner for Lottery 6/49

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Increase your winning chances with this app!
This app helps players to choose numbers for Universal Lotteries 6/49 lotto draws.

This two-dimensional app generating numbers contains an algorithm, UNIQUE IN THE WORLD that acts like real lottery draws. As in reality, every number is chosen in a certain time. This is how it happens with the app and it generates the time as well as the numbers, being the closest simulation to the real lottery draw.
You can choose how many even and odd numbers generate the app and play.

Players may pick 6 different numbers from 1 to 49. You win the jackpot by matching all six winning numbers in a drawing. In a typical 6/49 game, six numbers are drawn from a range of 49 and if the six numbers on a ticket match the numbers drawn, the ticket holder is a jackpot winner - this is true no matter in which order the numbers appear. The probability of this happening is 1 in 13,983,816.

There are three types of probabilities, each differing only in interpretation but still subject to the same rules:
Mathematical
The theoretical development based on equally likely outcomes and their far-reaching generalization into measure theory.
Empirical
Events are assigned probabilities based on empirical observations from the past.
Subjective
This was championed by the Italian mathematician Bruno de Finetti and views probabilities as personal reflections of an individual's opinion about an event.

The probabilities associated with Lotto 6/49 are determined by calculations based on equally likely outcomes but their interpretation is empirical, as follows. If an experiment (such as a weekly Lotto drawing) is repeated under similar conditions many times (mathematically the requisite number of times must approach infinity) then the probability of an event is the long run proportion of experimental repetitions on which the event occurs. (This is called a law of large numbers. It is a mathematical result only.) As illustration, the probability of obtaining a fourth place prize is 0.0009686. This means that in 26,000 Lotto draws, each particular choice of six numbers will yield a fourth place prize (matching exactly 4 numbers) on approximately 0.0009686 of those plays, that is 26000 x 0.000986 = 25 times. There is no guarantee that this will happen 25 times. The actual number of times is random and subject to what is called the Poisson approximation. The figure of 25 represents an expected number of winnings and is a useful measure by which to compare the performance of different strategies.

Odd numbers are those which end in 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 while even numbers are those which end in 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8. You are more likely to win if your odd-even number combination is either 2-4, 3-3 or 4-2. More than 70% of the winning combinations in all the lotteries 6/49 in the past two years are in these category.

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TIPS: Generate almost equal numbers odd/even, until you see your favorite number. Mathematically, these numbers you have to play about 25 times. It is not easy but it is the best way to win!
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For further details or any questions please send me an email at: office@mylotto-app.com

Disclaimer:
This application has no link in no way with any Lotteries 6/49 organism and it does not allow to participate in the official game of any Lotteries 6/49.

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Eligible for Family Library
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Updated
May 3, 2016
Size
14M
Installs
100+
Current Version
3.2
Requires Android
4.0 and up
Content Rating
Teen
Simulated Gambling
Permissions
Offered By
Spataru Dragos George
Developer
Sold Niculae Sebe 9, Sector 3, Bucuresti
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