Lotto Systems: 6 Numbers - Peter B. Madsen - ebook

Lotto Systems: 6 Numbers ebook

Peter B. Madsen

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This is my second book on systems for Lotto and Keno. My first book "Lotto Systems" was released in 2011 and found its way to all parts of the globe. For this book I have designed 16 new systems, and once again I have done my utmost to make these reduced systems as efficient as possible. With these systems you will get better guarantees and more wins compared to other known systems. The systems can be used at games in countries all over the world such as Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Jamaica, Japan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Slovak Republic, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Yugoslavia, and in the USA.

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By the Same Author (written in English):

”Lotto Systems”, 2011, Books on Demand, Paperback, ISBN 978–87–7114–284–6

By the Same Author (written in Danish):

”Systemer til Onsdags Lotto”, 2012, Books on Demand, Paperback

“Systemer til Lotto”, 2011, Books on Demand, Paperback

“Held i Lotto”, 2009, Books on Demand, Paperback

“Held i Lotto”, 2009, Books on Demand, Hard Cover

Index

Preface

Types of System

Mathematical Systems

Reduced Systems

Reduced Systems

R 11–14

R 12–20

R 12–36

R 13–26

R 14–33

R 15–40

R 15–50

R 16–57

R 17–65

R 18–80

R 18–100

R 19–111

R 20–120

R 21–140

R 21–175

R 22–191

Preface

In this book you will find 16 new lotto systems for Lotto and Keno 6. Although the systems were primarily designed for Lotto (with 6 numbers), they can, however, also be used for Keno 6.

The systems are reduced systems. I have done my utmost to make them as efficient as possible. In several cases I have even been able to design the systems with an improved guarantee compared to other available systems.

The systems have only been described with a reduced guarantee table as each player will find his/her own favorites. You will find complete guarantee tables at the website: www.Lotto–Systems.dk. Here you will also find win systems as well as other subjects related to lotteries. The complete guarantee tables comprise all the details about each system. In some cases they will have a size of 2,000 lines or more.

I would like to thank everybody who has contributed to this book – especially Line Juul for designing the cover illustration, and Jette Bang Hedelund for support and patience, and my dear sister Susan Bækgaard Sunekær for her assistance in the translation from Danish to English, and proof reading.

Have fun with the systems, and remember! It is your choice of numbers that determines your luck – the systems will help you to play more numbers more efficiently, and more effectively.

Types of System

This chapter explains the differences between the two types of systems: Mathematical and reduced systems. This chapter is based on lotto systems with 7 numbers because the explanation – and the difference between the types of systems – is the same as for systems with 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 numbers. If you already know the difference between mathematical and reduced systems, you can skip this chapter.

Mathematical Systems

Mathematical systems are best in terms of guaranteed winnings (and their frequency). The systems will play all possible combinations of lotto lines, with the quantity of numbers we wish to play.

If playing 8 numbers, we play all possible combinations, i.e. 8 combinations. Consequently we would pay for 8 lines.

If playing 9 numbers, the number of possible combinations is 36, consequently 36 lines. If playing 10 numbers, the number of lines is 120. This continues to grow very quickly (exponentially) the more numbers we play:

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2

3

4

5

6

7

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2

3

4

5

6

8

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2

3

4

5

7

8

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2

3

4

6

7

8

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2

3

5

6

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8

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2

4

5

6

7

8

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3

4

5

6

7

8

2

3

4

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6

7

8

 

11 numbers:

330  lines.

12 numbers:

792  lines.

13 numbers:

1,716  lines.

14 numbers:

3,432  lines.

15 numbers:

6,435  lines.

16 numbers:

11,440  lines.

17 numbers:

19,448  lines.

18 numbers:

31,824  lines.

Naturally, the prerequisite of a win is that some of the 7 winning numbers match the numbers which we have chosen. If all of the 7 drawn Lotto numbers match 7 numbers of our system there is a guarantee of a first prize.

There will of course also be lines with 6 matches, and in some cases 6 matches + bonus, but this depends on the system played.

If we have 6 numbers matching the numbers in our system, there will be lines with 6 matches, 5 matches and 4 matches. The quantity of different winnings depends on the quantity of numbers in the system we have chosen. Winnings with bonuses are of course also a possibility.

When 5 numbers match the numbers of our system there will also be winnings from matches of 4 and 5, again conditional upon the quantity of numbers in the system we have chosen. In case of 4 numbers the quantity of wins depends once more upon the quantity of numbers in the system we have played.

The most apparent advantage of mathematical systems is the guarantee of numerous win variants when matching 4, 5, 6 or 7 of the Lotto numbers.

The disadvantage is that the systems comprise many Lotto lines and are consequently very expensive to play.

Reduced Systems

Reduced systems guarantee minimum winnings. This might be a guarantee of at least 4, 5 or 6 matches. The guarantee of 7 matches is only obtained using mathematical systems. Reduced systems play on fewer lines. The lines are chosen from all possible combinations of Lotto lines with the quantity of numbers which we wish to play.

If we wish to play 8 numbers, we can do so by playing 1 line. This single line guarantees at least 6 matches if the 7 matching numbers are amongst the 8 numbers we have chosen to play.

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8

Admittedly, it might seem ridiculous to use a reduced system with only 8 numbers, but in this way it is easy to compare and to see the difference between the mathematical system and the reduced system.

If we wish to play 9 numbers we can use the same line, but the guarantee is reduced to at least 5 matches. With 10 numbers on the same line, the guarantee is at least 4 matches.

In reduced systems it is generally a prerequisite that the 7 drawn Lotto numbers match 7 numbers in the system. Unlike mathematical systems, there are no guaranteed winnings with the 7 matches, even if the 7 drawn Lotto numbers were to match 7 numbers in the system.

If only 6 of the 7 drawn Lotto numbers match numbers in the system, the quantity of prizes, and their size, is determined by the system we have chosen to play, however, usually there will be a win of some kind.

If 5 or 4 of the 7 drawn Lotto numbers match numbers in the system, there might be wins in some cases. There is also a risk of no win whatsoever, especially if only 4 of the drawn Lotto numbers match our numbers.

The major advantage of the reduced system is that it costs considerably less for a guarantee of some kind of a win when striking all the drawn Lotto numbers. The disadvantage is that we are only guaranteed smaller winnings. Most common is 5 matches, even though a few systems guarantee 4 or 6 matches, if striking the 7 drawn Lotto numbers.

Reduced Systems

System

Cover

Lines

Guarantee

Prerequisite

R 11–14

11 numbers

14

4

6 matching numbers

3

5 matching numbers

3

4 matching numbers

3

3 matching numbers

Ticket #1

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10

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10

11

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Source ©: Peter Bækgaard Madsen.

Ticket #2

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Guarantee R 11–14:

Matching numbers

6

5

4

3

Instances

%

6

1

1

2 – 4

4 – 6

6/462

1.29%

1

-

3 – 7

3 – 7

8/462

1.75%

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4

-

8

1/462

0.22%

-

2 – 3

1 – 6

2 – 10

95/462

20.56%

-

2

-

11

2/462

0.43%

-

1

3 – 7

2 – 9

198/462

42.87%

-

-

5 – 9

1 – 8

116/462

25.09%

-

-

4

9 – 10

36/462

7.79%

 

5

-

2

2

2 – 4

3/462

0.65%

-

1

1 – 4

2 – 9

70/462

15.15%

-

1

-

6 – 11

8/462

1.73%

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-

3 – 5

1 – 7

166/462

35.93%

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-

2

5 – 8

131/462

28.35%

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-

1

9

76/462

16.45%

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-

-

10

8/462

1.73%

 

4

-

-

4

1

1/330

0.30%

-

-

4

-

2/330

0.61%

-

-

2

2 – 5

25/330

7.58%

-

-

1

1 – 7

148/330

44.85%

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-

-

6 – 7

32/330

9.70%

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-

-

5

72/330

21.82%

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-

-

4

50/330

15.15%

 

3

-

-

-

5

1/165

0.61%

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-

-

4

16/165

9.70%

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-

-

3

11/165

6.67%

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-

-

2

41/165

24.85%

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-

-

1

96/165

58.18%

You can download the detailed guarantees for all systems at www.Lotto–Systems.dk