Saturday Night Repeats (June 4, 2016)

We’ve all heard at one time or another that given enough time, everything repeats. Of course, Patterns (that’s why they’re called Patterns) and Combinations are no strangers to this phenomenon. Saturday’s drawings were a prime example of repetition, doubly so for the Texas Lotto, and you’ll see why shortly.


Texas Lotto

The winning numbers for Texas Lotto are taken from our Lottery Trend website:


The numbers above played in a {4-1-1-1} Pattern, which was also observed in the June 1st drawing. That puts it as having played 150 times out of 1348 drawings, or roughly 11.13% to date. Recall the Specific Orders that are possible with a {4-1-1-1} Pattern:

1 1 4

1 4 1

4 1 1

Saturday’s Specific Order for Texas Lotto was a 1 4 1 instead of a 4 1 1 we saw on Wednesday. The Texas Lotto drawing this Saturday also saw the second appearance of the Four-Number Combination. Here’s a snippet from our site; the Four-Number Combination that played last night is inside the red box. Note the complementary Two-Number Combination as well.


This particular Four-Number Combination played once before on March 22nd, 2014! Here’s proof in this case that everything repeats, given enough time! Will it show up again in another two years’ time? Will it be sooner or later?



Earlier in the post, we hinted that the Powerball drawing also a saw a repeat. The winning numbers are as follows, and they were taken from our Powerball site:


This was a {3-1-1-1} Pattern, and it has played 10 times out of 70 drawings to date, putting it at roughly 14.29%. Again, here are the General Orders that are possible for a {3-1-1-1} Pattern:




Given the General Orders that are allowed for a {3-1-1-1} pattern, the General Order was a [3-1-1-1]. While the Pattern saw a repeat, the General Order did not! Nor did we see a repeat for the Specific Order. On Wednesday, we saw a 0 1 3 0 1 1 Specific Order, whereas this time around it was 0 3 0 1 1 1.

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