November Boom

November started with a big bang! The Houston Astros won their first-ever World Series and Lotto Texas made a stopover Down Under. Powerball got in on the action with a Pattern encore. So, put on your Astros gear and grab a St. Arnold beer. Here was the rundown for Wednesday, November 1, 2017.

Lotto Texas

General Lottery Analysis

Both the {2-2-2} Pattern and the [2-2-2] made their 202nd appearance. The winning numbers were 6, 18, 29, 35, 44, and 47.

An Australia Play to start the month. Source:

With 1495 Lotto Texas drawings to date, the Australia Play has played 13.5% of the time. This phenomenon last occurred in the October 18, 2017 drawing.

Four-Number Combination(s)

And yet, with all the excitement of Wednesday night, there were no repeating Four-Number Combinations.


General Lottery Analysis

The {2-2-1-1} Pattern came back for seconds, bringing the number of appearances up to 65. This time around, the winning numbers were 3, 6, 19, 26, 44, and PB 1.

Starting the month with an encore. Source:

Of the 217 Powerball drawings thus far, this Pattern has played in roughly 30% of them.

Making its 24th appearance was the [2-2-1-1] General Order. This General Order has played in 36.9% of the 65 drawings where the {2-2-1-1} Pattern has appeared, and in 11.1% of all 217 drawings. Prior to Wednesday, this General Order had played in the July 12, 2017 drawing.

Now with six appearances, the 2 2 0 1 0 1 General Order has played in 25% of the 24 drawings where the [2-2-1-1] General Order has appeared. It has also played in 9.23% of the 65 drawings where the {2-2-1-1} Pattern has appeared, and in 2.76% of all 217 drawings. This Specific Order was last seen earlier this year. More specifically, in the February 4, 2017 drawing.

Three-Number Combination(s)

There were no repeating Three-Number Combinations to speak of.

The ‘Stros winning the World Series more than made up for the lack of repeating Combinations in Lotto Texas and Powerball. What awaits Lotto Texas and Powerball Saturday night?

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