Mellow Mega Millions’ Mega Encore

The date: June 14, 2019. Fridays are special. They’re a gateway to the weekend, and there are various ways to kick off that two-day mini vacation. Many go to a movie or a nice restaurant. Netflix and chilling with the dog is a less expensive, but increasingly popular, alternative.

If Mega Millions had been a part of your weekend kick-off this past Friday, then you knew the agony (and frustration) of defeat. As the lottery continued its recuperation, it made sure that no one could claim the prize just yet. The jackpot rose to $50 million, hardly chump change but nowhere near the monster that was struck down just last week.

General Lottery Analysis

The {2-1-1-1-1} Pattern went for the encore with numbers 19, 40, 47, 57, 65, and MB 6. This Pattern has now played 207 times.

The night wasn’t *totally* quiet. Source:

Of the 471 Mega Millions drawings, this Pattern has played 43.9% of the time and was last seen June 11, 2019.

The [1-1-1-2-1] General Order, now with 47 appearances, has played in 22.7% of the 207 drawings where {2-1-1-1-1} was the winning Pattern. Once all 471 drawings have been taken into consideration, this General Order has played 9.98% of the time. Prior to Friday night, the [1-1-1-2-1] General Order played March 19, 2019.

Now with six appearances, the 0 1 1 1 2 1 Specific Order has played in 12.8% of the 47 drawings where the General Order was [1-1-1-2-1]. This Specific Order has also played in 2.90% of the 207 drawings where {2-1-1-1-1} was the winning Pattern and in 1.27% of all 471 drawings. The 0 1 1 1 2 1 Specific Order was last seen September 11, 2018.

Three-Number Combination(s)

The lone repeating Three-Number Combination, 40, 57, and 65, debuted April 19, 2016.

Three-Number Combinations are also good momentum boosters. Source:

Although it’ll be a while yet before another monster jackpot goes on a rampage, Mega Millions has other means of building momentum. One such way is a Pattern streak. These streaks always start off with an encore, then move on to a three-peat, and so on. Given the nature of the {2-1-1-1-1} Pattern, we’ll need to keep an eye out that three-peat or whichever Pattern decides to block it!

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