History Simulation

It is very difficult to make correct predictions of History ranges in all levels. However most of the time there is at least one level where you can be sure your predictions will be correct in the next draw. In such cases this tool will help you estimate ranges in other levels or validate your existing estimates in other levels.

First open My Estimates window and make estimates for one or more levels. It should be the levels you are most comfortable with - for example because of the shape of appropriate History chart or because the History value (does not) repeat from previous draw etc.

Then select those estimates in My Estimates window and click what if button in its toolbar to open Draw Simulation window.

Select the tickets to use as simulated draws by clicking Select button. It is recommended to use the full wheel of all possible combinations. Make sure you have the correct selection of past draws.

The window shows all selected levels and their History ranges. If you selected more than one History level you can use controls at the bottom of the window to relax the filtering condition as necessary.

Click Run Simulation button to start the draw simulation process. You can track the progress of the simulation at the bottom of the main window.

The simulator will filter out all simulation tickets that do not produce History values within the ranges of selected Levels and calculate History values from the accepted tickets. The results will then show the minimum and maximum History sum found thus defining the maximum possible interval. You should check that your estimates in other levels are within that interval.

The results are available in My Estimates window and in History charts where they show as a histogram at the end of the chart. The darker areas of the histogram represent History values that were found most frequently during the simulation, brighter areas of the histogram denote History values that appeared very seldom during the simulation process.