This is the most important step of the strategy.In this step, Lotto Craft will display the statistics and trends of all the numbers in the selected lottery.Lotto Craft provides an innovative mapping feature that allows you to visualize all the information at a glance. No more tables with 50 rows and 10 columns that make it impossible to make a fair and quick selection of numbers.

**First, a bit of mathematical theory-The Law of Probability** does not allow precise prediction of future results in lottery draws.

The main reason is that lottery draws are designed to be completely random. They are usually conducted using specific devices or software that ensure fairness and unpredictability of the results. The drawn numbers are independent of each other, which means that each draw is a separate experience and is not influenced by previous draws.

This theory is based on the principle of equidistribution, which states that over a sufficiently long period, the observed results will converge to a balanced distribution, where each number will have been selected approximately the same number of times.

The numbers are all placed on a coordinate axis.

-The Horizontal Axis (or x-axis) corresponds to the number of times the number has been drawn in the last 20 draws (recent draws).So, the further to the right a number is, the 'hotter' it is. This means that it has been drawn more often than other numbers.

-The Vertical Axis (or y-axis) corresponds to the number of times the number has been drawn in the last 100 draws (distant draws).So, the higher up a number is, the more 'advanced' it is. This means that it has been drawn more often over a large selection of draws.

Knowing the position (hot, cold, late, advanced) of a number is good, but knowing if it is favorable for a number to be drawn is even better.

The heatmap indicates the areas where the numbers were located when they were drawn in the last X draws (X is 100 by default and can be changed in the settings).

The redder the area, the more favorable it is for a number to be drawn.

Each number has 3 main statistics. The Prognostic, the temperature and the gap.

Each of them is evaluated by a rating to inform if the value is good or not for a potential draw.

The temperature of a number provides information similar to the heatmap but in a more precise way.

The heatmap shows favorable areas for draws, while the temperature calculates this same information for the exact position of the number.

The higher the number of numbers that have been drawn in that position in previous draws, the higher the temperature of the number will be.

The gap is the number of draws that have passed since the number was last drawn.

However, this value can be difficult to interpret. A large gap does not necessarily mean that the number is likely to be drawn soon, just as a small gap does not mean that the number is less likely to be drawn.

Lotto Craft goes further and displays the gaps for which the number has been drawn the most times. It simply indicates whether the current gap of the number is favorable or not for an upcoming draw.

The trend indicates the direction the number is moving on the coordinate axis.

It can show whether the number is getting closer to or moving away from a hot zone (favorable for a draw).

Friends or Pairs numbers are numbers that are regularly drawn together.

When a number is selected on the grid, links to its 3 best friends will be displayed on the graph. This is an additional indication to optimize the selection of numbers.

By selecting more numbers, more tickets will need to be played to cover all possible combinations. For example, selecting 8 numbers in a 5-number lottery will require 56 combinations (of 5 numbers) to cover all possibilities. All these possibilities represent the total system.

A reduced system is a subset of the total system that guarantees a minimum win (such as rank 2 or rank 3) through an optimized selection of tickets to play.

This reduces the number of tickets to buy while increasing the chances of winning.

Let's take the example :

8 numbers are selected in a 5-number lottery:

**-Total system:** 56 tickets are needed to guarantee the jackpot (5/5 numbers).

**-Reduced system:** 5 tickets are needed to guarantee at least 4 numbers (4/5 numbers).

But these 5 grids are not chosen randomly; they are the result of an algorithm that minimizes the number of grids to play for a maximum win.

Lotto Craft has the best ticket reduction systems that are compatible with all lotteries available in the application.

Once the reduced (or total) system is selected, Lotto Craft will generate the grids to play and calculate the score of each grid from 0 to 5 stars.

5 stars for 5 different criteria:

1- Overall score of the individual numbers.

2- Pattern of the position of the selected numbers on the coordinate axis.

3- Total weight (sum of the numbers) of the grid.

4- Sum of the gaps of the numbers.

5- Ratio of even and odd numbers.

All these values are calculated based on previous draws to evaluate whether the ticket has more or less favorable statistics compared to winning tickets.

Now you have all the tools to choose your numbers, apply a ticket reduction or total system, and select the grids to play based on their score.