Brazilian Mathematician Claims Lottery is Predictable
Brazilian mathematician Renato Gianella has claimed that it is possible to predict the lottery. In an article published by Gianella, he claims that some numerical combinations are more likely to occur than others.In the article he writes, “You will learn that winning a lottery is not merely a matter of luck: by having the right information you will be able to create game strategies. We will show you how to play in a very simple and easy way, based on the fact that drawings are subordinated to a behavior pattern.”
To accompany his theory Gianella has created a website. The website uses a tool to divide different categories of numbers into different color groups. Users enter their numbers and the site generates a chart showing the winning probabilities.
However, Gianella warns that the system is not fool proof, “all bets are equally likely, behavior patterns obey different probabilities, which can make all the difference in the concept of games, benefiting gamblers that make use of the rational information.”
Essentially his method demonstrates that not all number combinations are equally likely and helps to predict which are more likely.