Selective Pick forces Quick Pick to randomly select numbers from a limited set
of number combinations. Quick Pick is configured to generate the set according to the
following two criterions:
For example for Lotto 6/49, numbers 5, 11, 18, 30, 36, and 41 will be selected when you apply Selective Pick because the sum number is 141 (in the range 132-168) and the odd/even ratio is 3/3. On the other hand numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 will be rejected because their sum 21 is out of the range. As well numbers 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 10 cannot be accepted; their odd/even ratio is 5/1. Visit our pages Numbers Sum and Odd/Even Ratio. You'll find there information and tools to statistically analyze draw frequencies related to sums of drawn numbers and ratios of odd and even numbers. Does Selective Pick increase your chances to win? Sorry but the answer is NO. The probability of drawing any individual combination of 6 (or 7 in case of Lotto Max) is always the same. Analysis provided by Numbers Sum and Odd/Even Ratio is the best practical proof of theory of probability. Don't believe anybody who claims that he/she can give or sell you a system based on a draw history that will enable you to win more often. |