Florida's Florida Lotto lottery draw is a pick 6 game with a pool of 53 numbers to choose from.
The odds of winning the top prize are 22,957,480 to 1
The odds of winning any single prize is 67.36 to 1
The official website can be found www.flalottery.com/lottoMain.do
LSA can not improve the odds of winning the top prize, no software could do that!.
What LSA can do and does very well is improve the odds of winning smaller prizes, and on a more regular basis.
LSA is able to build advanced predictions for the next Florida Lotto draw, then enter the findings into
MNA's or wheels
In Florida's Florida Lotto there are 22,957,480 possible 6 ball combinations, LSA has the capability of analysing every single one while comparing past draw history, all done in a few milli-seconds.
This unique ability makes LSA's statistics the best available, by analysing everything there's no stone left unturned so to speak..
This chart below is an example of the powerful information and statistics LSA has to offer. The chart displays the top 5 appearing numbers from each of the 6 ball placements taken from the ENTIRE Florida Lotto draw as ball 1, ball 2 etc, so the left hand side of the = sign is the ball number the right hand side is the total number of times that number appears in the entire draw.
Top 5 appearing numbers for all 6 ball placements in the Florida Lotto draw
See LSA for the full list off all 6 ball positions and 53 numbers.
Table explained. Lets pick the top left of the above chart, 01=2598960 is ball number one, ball placement 1 (lowest number from every possible draw combination with the number 1 in it) appears more times as ball one than any other number, obvious for ball 1 as no number could be lower but for other numbers this type of information is a massive help in predicting numbers and their final placement, this information alone improves the odds substantially, but knowing the most likely numbers to appear in each ball position is just a tiny part of how LSA predicts the next draw.
LOWESS, an exciting and a very powerful regression algorithm that is used in modern statistics for predicting future events where the data analysed is seminally random.
The chart below is a screen capture of LSA performing a LOWESS prediction, this is for ball placement 3, the blue line is the LOWESS curve, the yellow band on the right represents the prediction or next draw if you like. The numbers on this graph represent the past 50 draws.
When using the LOWESS feature in LSA you can adjust the smoothness of the blue plot line, the number of draws analysed and the amount of times the LOWESS algorithm is run on the data before producing the plot line. By having this ability of tweaking the prediction you can fine tune the prediction to match the trend of your draw, this is very powerful and a lot of users are reporting excellent results from the predictions.
That's not all, knowing the best numbers to choose for each ball placement, the running trend of recent draws are just part of how LSA predicts the next draw. We need a system to provide maximum coverage of the predicted numbers and this is where wheels come into play. However good you think a wheel is, it is not. LSA uses another system called "Maximized Number Arrangments" or MNA's that provide upward of 40% more coverage than the best standard wheels. and injects the predicted numbers into the MNA system to provide a wheel that covers as many possible winning combinations for the money you bet.
It's really simple, the more winning combinations you can cover for your money the better the return will be and MNA's do this for you.
Download a copy of LSA, you get 15 free try's with absolutely no obligation to buy at the end of the trial.