Mega Millions’ Not-so-Foreboding Pattern

“Beware the Ides of March.”

If you grew up in an English-speaking country, chances are you studied the works of William Shakespeare in high school or college (probably both). One work you probably studied was The Tragedy of Julius Caesar (often shortened to Julius Caesar), a historical play. The line that begins today’s blog post was said by a soothsayer to Caesar himself in Act 1, Scene 2. The “ides” refers to March 15th, and it was on that day in 44 BCE that the Roman emperor was assassinated.

Mega Millions fell upon March 15th this year, but there was no tragedy for this lottery. After being forced to reset earlier this month, the jackpot continued its steady climb upward Tuesday night. In the end, the jackpot settled at $29 million.

General Lottery Analysis

The March 15, 2022 drawing featured the 214th appearance of the {2-2-1-1} Pattern, with 9, 14, 28, 59, 60 and MB 24.

No need to worry about these numbers! Source: lotterytrend-megamillions.com.

This Pattern has now played in 28.2% of the 758 Mega Millions drawings and was last seen March 4, 2022.

The [2-1-2-1] General Order, now with 66 appearances, has played in 30.8% of the 214 drawings where {2-2-1-1} was the winning Pattern. Once all 758 drawings have been taken into consideration, this General Order has played 8.71% of the time. The [2-1-2-1] General Order was last seen February 18, 2022.

Now with 10 appearances, the 2 1 0 0 2 1 Specific Order has played in 15.2% of the 66 drawings where the General Order was [2-1-2-1]. This Specific Order has also played in 4.67% of the 214 drawings where {2-2-1-1} was the winning Pattern and in 1.32% of all 758 drawings. Prior to Tuesday night, the 2 1 0 0 2 1 Specific Order played November 2, 2021.

Three-Number Combinations

A couple of repeating Three-Number Combinations were spotted:

One Combination was so special it played twice before! Source: lotterytrend-megamillions.com.

How far will the jackpot climb Friday night?

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