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Megamillions Pattern Analysis


As of 28 October 2017, the MegaMillions lottery changed to use 5 balls ranging from 1 to 70 followed by a sixth MegaBall ranging from 1 to 25. This historical analysis spans the current MegaMillions configuration with 155 drawings spanning from October 31, 2017 through the drawing on April 23, 2019. Check back on this page regularly for the latest, dynamically generated historical analysis following each new drawing.


Most Frequent Numbers

On this page, you will find an analysis of the most frequently winning MegaMillions numbers. Some players believe the optimal approach to choosing winning numbers is to keep playing the numbers that appear the most.

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Appearing 12.9% of the time, the number 1 has won 20 times. Ball 1's number of appearances puts it 2.3258 deviations above the mean.
Appearing 12.26% of the time, the number 10 has won 19 times. Ball 10's number of appearances puts it 2.0653 deviations above the mean.
Appearing 12.26% of the time, the number 62 has won 19 times. Ball 62's number of appearances puts it 2.0653 deviations above the mean.
Appearing 11.61% of the time, the number 28 has won 18 times. Ball 28's number of appearances puts it 1.8048 deviations above the mean.
Appearing 11.61% of the time, the number 42 has won 18 times. Ball 42's number of appearances puts it 1.8048 deviations above the mean.
Appearing 10.32% of the time, the number 14 has won 16 times.
Appearing 10.32% of the time, the number 70 has won 16 times.
Appearing 9.68% of the time, the number 2 has won 15 times.

NOTE: Remember, the historical occurence of numbers is NO GUARANTEE of continued performance or future occurence. While players have a 1 in 15 chance of winning a prize, the mathematical odds of winning the MegaMillions jackpot are still 1 in 250 million. For more chances at winning it big, try the PowerBall Pattern Analysis site as well for more dynamic lottery statistics.



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