Lottery Picker Professional - MegaMillions Edition - The odds of winning the lottery are tremendously low. With 56 regular numbers and 46 separate megaballs, there are millions of combinations of numbers. However, what if the drawings aren''t as truly random as it appears? For the numbers selected to be truly random, the weight of each ball would have to be exactly the same. The fluid dynamics involved would have to vary on each drawing. The time between releasing the balls, and the selection of the first ball would have to be different on each drawing. While the lottery corporations do their best to increase randomness, they certainly cannot guarantee it. Wouldn''t it be better to have a tool that could perform a frequency analysis to determine the distribution of numbers over time to determine trends in the results? What if this tool could determine a Poisson distribution and could perform Bayesian inference on the distribution to determine variance not due to pure randomness? What if combinatorics was used to not only look at the selection as an isolated event, but also taking into account frequency analysis on the combinations to present numbers that tended to group together more often? What if these combinations were evaluated using the Erds-Wintner theorem? Wouldn''t you trust using statistical analysis to pick your numbers over a machine owned by the lottery corporation itself? Lottery Picker Professional focuses strictly on the MegaMillions drawings to better analyze results specific to this drawing. Two seprate groups of numbers are presented. These numbers are determined based on the day, to focus specifically on any timing based elements of the number selection. Each day you will be presented with the specific numbers for that day.