The following table represent the numbers of times a certain ratio of Even-to-Odd numbers are drawn.
For example, a ratio of 2/3 of even-to-odd, means the draw has 2 even numbers and 3 odd numbers. Best mix is to have 2/3 or 3/2 meaning two even and three odd, or three even and two odd. One of these two patterns will occur on more that 65% of draws (All odd numbers or all even numbers are rarely drawn, occurring less than 3 percent of the time.)
In much the same way as Even-to-Odd ratio, the following table represents the ratio of Low-to-High numbers.
Numbers 1 to 25 would be in the low half, and numbers 26 to 50 would be in the high half. The best mix is to have 3/2 or 2/3 meaning three high and two low, or two high and three low. One of these patterns will occur in 64 percent of Euromillions results. (All high numbers or all low numbers are rarely drawn, occurring only 3 percent of the time.)
The first recurrence pattern refers to having a number in the new draw/key repeat from the previous or before that draw.
As this table shows, the larger majority of draws includes one number from the previous key, meaning on average, one lottery number will be a repeat hit from the last drawing.
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Tens Amount represent the amount of number groups that are hit. For example 1-9 is a number group, 10-19 is another number group.
Look at a list of past winning lottery numbers in the Euromillions results, and you'll see, more often than not, that one or more of the number groups is not represented. For example, in the combination 6-9-18-19-41, there are no 20's and 30's.
Sum range allows you to verify what range is the most common when you add up all the selected numbers.
Sums that fall within the range 95-160 will account for over 70 percent of all the 5-number sets of winning EuroMillions.