The Mega Millions Coverage Plan

It’s a new year, but some things never change. There’s always the need and the desire to earn big bucks. No worries. Mega Millions has you covered.

This past Tuesday was most likely your second or even first day back from the holidays. Already, you’re asking yourself, “Is it the weekend yet?!” No, no it’s not, but no worries. Mega Millions has you covered!

Based on the results of this past Tuesday’s drawing, Mega Millions only needed the weekend to rest up. There was a repeating Three-Number Combination, enough to shake off the lull. No one was able to match all six winning numbers; this sent the jackpot to $80 million.

General Lottery Analysis

The winning numbers for January 7th, 2020 were 25, 40, 41, 52, 56, and MB 21. This marked the 145th appearance of the {2-2-1-1} Pattern.

Something big brewing? Source:

There have been 530 Mega Millions drawings and this Pattern has now played in 27.4% of them.

The [1-2-2-1] General Order, now with 51 appearances, has played in 35.2% of the 145 drawings where {2-2-1-1} was the winning Pattern. Once all 530 drawings have been taken into consideration, this General Order has played 9.62% of the time.

Both the {2-2-1-1} Pattern and the [1-2-2-1] General Order were last seen December 27th, 2019.

Now with nine appearances, the 0 1 2 2 0 1 Specific Order has played in 17.6% of the 51 drawings where the General Order was [1-2-2-1]. This Specific Order has also played in 6.21% of the 145 drawings where {2-2-1-1} was the winning Pattern and in 1.70% of all 530 drawings. Prior to Tuesday night, the 0 1 2 2 0 1 Specific Order played October 30th, 2018.

Three-Number Combination

The repeating Three-Number Combination of the evening was 25, 40, and 56.

The start of something greater. Source:

This Combination made its debut in the January 22nd, 2016 drawing.

Mega Millions took to heart the idea of easing back into a routine. We’ll see if Friday night brings more repeating Three-Number Combinations or a rising jackpot. A {2-2-1-1} Pattern encore wouldn’t be out of the question, either!

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