Mega Millions Has the 4-1-1

For the past three Mega Millions drawings, we’ve seen one Pattern repeat twice in a row, and another Pattern break the mini-streak. Did the {2-2-1-1} Pattern from Tuesday’s drawing start its own mini-streak? No. No it did not. The winning numbers from Friday, June 10th’s drawing were 34, 61, 66, 67, 68 and MB 7:

MegaMillions_20160610

These numbers played in a {4-1-1} Pattern, which has played 9 times out 276. Statistics-wise, this puts it as having played a paltry 3.26% of the time. Only one other Mega Millions pattern has played so few times. Have you ever seen 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, MB 6 ever play? We didn’t think so!

Now then. This rarely played Pattern can have either one of the following General Orders:

[1-4-1]

[4-1-1]

Out of the 9 times that the {4-1-1} Pattern has played, the [1-4-1] Pattern has played 4 times. Given these 9 times, that’s approximately 44%. Sounds impressive, doesn’t it? Thing is, there are only two General Orders associated with {4-1-1}. Also, if we were to take all 276 Mega Millions drawings into account, the [1-4-1] General Order has played 4 out of 276 times, or an anemic 1.45%.

Of the four times the [1-4-1] General Order has played, the Specific Order 0 0 1 0 4 1 has played in half of them.

Will the next Mega Millions drawing see a more commonly played Pattern? Will the {4-1-1} Pattern cause an upset and start its own winning streak?

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