In short, I develop thirteen (13) different algorithms / filters that determine the probability of a particular number repeating or being in the mix based on physical / mathematical outcome characteristics associated with recent drawings. Four (4) of the algorithms / filters were originally from a program I wrote for roulette.

This website provides math based logic for forecasting Powerball lottery results using algorithms / math formulas (cycle, sequence, skewed physical characteristics, range).


Nothing created by man is perfect. Mathematical logic is great in theory, but in the real world imperfections affect the outcome either positively or negatively.

I first noticed that defects in a roulette wheel favored certain numbers well above average, while other numbers appeared sparsely. But it took further analysis with a database to determine why it wasn’t consistent. That’s where I initially developed four (4) filters to identify shifts in patterns, cycles, and environment (actual physical factors that affect the math and the outcome). Monitoring three (3) roulette wheels obviously produced different results, but eventually proved valuable in refining my filters.

Multiple Lottery machines adds to the difficulty of identifying which numbers are positively favored for that day’s drawing. However, enough of an advantage is acquired from knowing numbers that are impacted or display average characteristics across their Lottery machines to substantially reduce the total possibility of 12 million combinations (Pick 5 portion of Powerball) down to a couple hundred thousand (too many for one person to play, but way better for the public to play versus Quick Picks that display a poorer pay-out versus total investment when compared to actual mathematical pay-out calculations).


lottery formulas/algorithms & pattern recognition math for prediction of winning numbers/combinations…