Winning Bingo Numbers

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Winning Bingo Numbers
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Whilst no one can see into the future or predict randomness. When there is a defined range of possibilities, there are ways to get closer to shrinking the range to increase our odds of getting the correct combination. Much like lottery numbers, there are people always trying to get an edge on the gambling world. This too applies to bingo with no deposit.

Is There A Way To Actually Predict The Numbers

Surprisingly most of the people who are interested in solving the puzzle of predicting lottery numbers and bingo alike are mathematicians rather than gamblers. We tend to have a preference to feel the odds and have faith in superstitions. Mathematicians, being more logic based try to find natural mathematic laws to reduce the range of probability.

People Like Stefan Mandel as well as others have throughout history solved these probabilities, creating close to perfect formulae to predict lottery numbers. Unfortunately, the systems they function by are subsequently changed, making it harder to for us to win in general but particularly harder to solve. That being said, beyond the genius level mathematicians, is there anything we as ordinary players do to increase our odds knowing the winning numbers?

Different Theories

Granville’s Theory

Granville’s Theory works on the assumption that each number has an equal chance of being selected, which makes a lot of sense. After all it is designed to be randomised, making it more exciting and harder to predict the outcome.

Using this logic, the conclusion he came to was to select numbers as different from each other as possible. This is in an attempt to create a selection of numbers that are as spread as possible across all the possibilities. Accepting the randomness of the game and trying to flow with it. For example, this would mean to actively avoid picking double digit numbers that end in the same value, choosing 4, 24, 44, 54 by this theory would be much harder to achieve than numbers without similarities.

Tippett’s Theory

This theory functions on what is called the average distribution (Bell Curve) curve, which is a well documented natural phenomenon. This natural occurrence that has been observed works by saying that in any given range, let’s say 1 to 75. Bell curve distribution suggests that in that range, wider sides of the range will be less likely to land, meaning that we should focus on the central numbers. In this scenario it would mean that we focus our numbers around the number 38. By this theory over a period of time this will be the number of highest likelihood.

Do Any Of These Theories Work?

With so many different theories, we can assume that neither the two we have discussed or any other are perfect else the game of bingo would die. That being said, these systems attempt to account for the natural behaviour of randomness and they are not terrible at it. These two systems are somewhat combinable, which would split the difference. That being said, this is a game of randomness so no system is flawless, so we should enjoy ourselves.

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