No {3-2-1} Patterns Are Alike

There are a few Patterns shared between Mega Millions, Lotto Texas, and Powerball. The {3-2-1} Pattern is one of them, though they may as well inhabit other universes. Case in point, the {3-2-1} Pattern is the reigning champion in Lotto Texas, showing up in over half of that lottery’s drawings. In Mega Millions, this Pattern must often fight to be seen.

The {3-2-1} Pattern got its wish June 5, 2020. This Pattern took it upon itself to produce a playback. That is, the Pattern, General Order, and Specific Order share a date when they previously played. There was also a treat for those of you who love monster-sized jackpots. With help from this rarely seen Pattern (in Mega Millions, anyway), the prize had another growth spurt and now stands at $410 million!

General Lottery Analysis

With winning numbers 32, 35, 37, 47, 55 and MB 22, the {3-2-1} Pattern made its 26th appearance.

When the {3-2-1} Pattern came, it came prepared! Source: lotterytrend-megamillions.com.

There have now been 573 Mega Millions drawings, and this Pattern has played 4.54% of the time.

The [3-2-1] General Order, now with 15 appearances, has played in 57.7% of the 26 drawings where {3-2-1} was the winning Pattern. Once all 573 drawings have been taken into consideration, this General Order has played 2.62% of the time.

Now with four appearances, the 0 0 3 2 0 1 Specific Order has played in 26.7% of the 15 drawings where the General Order was [3-2-1]. This Specific Order has also played in 15.4% of the 26 drawings where {3-2-1} was the winning Pattern and in 0.70% of all 573 drawings.

The {3-2-1} Pattern, [3-2-1] General Order, and the 0 0 3 2 0 1 Specific Order were last seen March 20, 2020.

Three-Number Combinations

The impact of a rarely seen {3-2-1} Pattern was plenty. There were no repeating Three-Number Combinations.

Although this {3-2-1} Pattern isn’t likely to make an encore, will it be bold (read: crazy) enough to do it Tuesday night? And, will it make the jackpot rise once again?

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