Coming Upon a Jackpot Threshold

Humans are bonding creatures. We bond with family, friends, even complete strangers. It’s through these bonds that we socialize and build new relationships. The strength of a bond is tested when a threshold is reached. After all, the strongest bonds are forged in fire.

As we’ve seen these past few months, the bond Mega Millions  has with its jackpot isn’t so easily broken. The good times continued to roll, as the jackpot slipped from the players’ grip once more. It was the aftermath of the January 5, 2021 drawing that brought Mega Millions to a threshold. One side, the current side, had jackpots less than half a billion dollars. With a jackpot that grew to $490 million, the path to the other side, the side of mega riches (and potential madness) came into view.

General Lottery Analysis

The {3-1-1-1} Pattern made its 119th appearance with 20, 43, 51, 55, 57 and MB 4.

About to stare down $500 million! Source: lotterytrend-megamillions.com.

This Pattern has now played in 18.8% of the 634 Mega Millions drawings and was last seen November 13, 2020.

The [1-3-1-1] General Order, now with 39 appearances, has played in 32.8% of the 119 drawings where {3-1-1-1} was the winning Pattern. Once all 634 drawings have been taken into consideration, this General Order has played 6.15% of the time. Prior to Tuesday night, the [1-3-1-1] General Order played October 13, 2020.

Now with five appearances, the 0 1 0 3 1 1 Specific Order has played in 12.8% of the 39 drawings where the General Order was [1-3-1-1]. This Specific Order has also played in 4.20% of the 119 drawings where {3-1-1-1} was the winning Pattern and in 0.79% of all 634 drawings. The 0 1 0 3 1 1 Specific Order was last seen November 19, 2019.

Three-Number Combinations

Repeating Three-Number Combination 20, 43 and 57 debuted June 11, 2019.

Adding an extra kick. Source: lotterytrend-megamillions.com.

Will the Mega Millions jackpot cross the half-billion-dollar threshold Friday night?

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