LUCKY TUESDAY LOTTO RESULTS: HOW POPULAR IS LUCKY TUESDAY LOTTERY?
Amongst all the daily draws conducted by the National Lottery Authority (NLA) the “lucky tuesday” lottery draw is considered the most popular in recent times.
DAY AND TIME FOR CONDUCTION OF LUCKY TUESDAY DRAWS
The draw is one that takes place on Tuesday at 18:30 GMT. In relation to this fact, the next lucky tuesday draw will be conducted on 8 November, 2022.
HOW TO PLAY LUCKY TUESDAY
Playing the lucky tuesday lottery game as a lotto enthusiast is not different from the normal staking style we know about.
MAXIMUM SET OF NUMBERS PAIRED FOR LUCKY TUESDAY STAKES
First and foremost, it is known that a maximum of five pair of numbers are chosen from the figure ranging from 1 to 9. Bearing this in mind, a player is expected to pick five different pairs of numbers from the number range stated earlier in order to get his set of pairs ready to play.
Afterwards, you will be required to buy a ticket for your stakes and play. While playing, you need to ensure that all the numbers you chose are in alignment with the numbers drawn in order to win the jackpot.
HOW TO IDENTIFY WINNING ODDS
When it comes to jackpot numbers for lucky tuesday, there are some specific numbers that are considered winning odds. Some of these well-known winning odds include one in the following numbers;
HOW TO IDENTIFY HIT AND MISS NUMBERS
Dealing with lucky tuesday draws, there are some specific numbers that are considered “hit and miss” numbers. These numbers usually show the probability of frequency associated with a number drawn in the last twenty draws.
Whenever a specific number is drawn, it is marked in the table. Each row takes count of the number of draws that have emerged from the day the last draw of that number was conducted.
In so doing, the average spacing between draws of a number selected can be ascertained in order to ensure proper prediction on whether a number is overdue or not.
Over the past few weeks, the numbers that are identified as the most recurring include the following;