**Odd or Evens in the Pennsylvania Match 6 lotto or**

One factor to consider in picking your Pennsylvania Match 6 lotto numbers is the ratio between the odd / even lotto numbers. Looking at the past history of all lottery games there appears a pattern that shows you would be better off by not having all odd or all even numbers. Example of playing all even numbers 2.4.6.20.40 Example of playing all odd balls 3.11.21.35.49

**Odd/even combo analysis for the last 157 games reviewed**

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Looking at the past history of all lottery games since the Pennsylvania Match 6 began in 1974, you will see that year’s most popular numbers were 2-4-5-7, then 2-4-8-10, 3-5-8-9, and then 2-4-5-7. In the PA Match 6 lotto, the most popular number was 2-4-5-7, played mainly in the midday and evening games between 6:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. The next most popular numbers were 2-5-7, played between 10:30 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. and two of the least popular numbers were 1-5-8-9, played between 7:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. The bottom two numbers, 2-9, were playedides Games, with the exception of one evening game which used them as the drawing numbers. The odds for the number 2-4-5-7 are 1,857,4495,03. The odds for the number 2-5-7 are 1,23bb, reverted to the original number from the Pennsylvania Match 6 lotto.

The odds for the number 2 were 645, Kwillion, Red, Black, Odd, Even, 1-1, and 2. The odds for the number 3 were extracted using the formula: the number of ways that a number can be rolled is the sum of the number’s divisors, i.e., 2 + 1 + 1 = 3. The odds for the number 11 are the product of the number’s divisors, i.e., 2 + 6 + 6 = 11.

For the four numbers in the second set, all the odds calculations were based on the number’s appearance in the 10 previous drawings. Therefore, the second set includes the numbers 9, 10, 11, and the number 14. By definition, only numbers that appear in the previous drawing are considered. That means that the number 14 cannot be included in the second set. The odds for the second set are 9 to 1, so there are no less than 13 participants who can be included to win.

For the third set, all the odds calculations were based on the number’s appearance in the 39 previous drawings. That means that the number 25 cannot be included in the set. Unlike the second set, the third set includes the number 26. That means that 25% of the time, the number 14 will be drawn instead of the number 26. The odds for the set number are less than 1,000 for the third set.

The fourth and final set is the Hard 4 and the Hard 10. These were developed in Pennsylvania in the early 1900s. The Hard 4 was derived from the name given to the combination of 4 a horse’s number 2 and a car’s number 1. In the Hard 10, the combination is the same, but instead of 2 horses’ number 1 and 4, it has 4 car’s number 1 and 10.

Given the history of the Pennsylvania Match 6 Togel88, it’s easy to see how specific patterns can be derived. For example, Matches 6 has three 12 number combinations.