Use History and Statistics to Help Pick Your Powerball Numbers
I have a fever. I'm sure I'm not the only one experiencing these classic symptoms. You may be too. Unable to concentrate, light headed, loss of mental focus, and excitement. It's commonly known as Powerball Fever. I'm one of the lemmings that is daydreaming about how I would go about my daily life if I realized one of my tickets actually held all five winning numbers and the Powerball. I'm the person that only plays when EVERYONE plays--because the jackpot is up to $500 million. So how do you pick your numbers? Here are a few tips I found that may help you be on your way to riches.
Through the magic of Google, I found a website that tracks Powerball statistics.
There are so many ways you can come up with your magic numbers by using this site. You can find out what number has been drawn more than any other number. Add up the numbers you want to play, and you can see what sum of numbers has been drawn the most often. Want to find out what the odd/even ratio of numbers have been drawn most often? They're there as well. I have my numbers I'm going to play. But I'm also going to try out a quick pick--because the experts say you have just as good of a chance picking your own numbers as you do a quick pick. Which is 1 in 175 million. Those odds aren't as good as Lloyd's chances with Mary, but there is a chance you could be a jackpot winner!