How to choose lottery numbers based on the Fibonacci series

The Fibonacci series has been fascinated by maths for many years. Let's see how these numbers can affect the lottery applications.

The sequence is simply a group of numbers, where each number is the sum of the previous two.

    1 2 3 5 8 13 21 34 

Interestingly, the ratio of any two numbers is close to the 1.6180 "gold" number, ranging from Egyptian pyramids to petals to many species of flowers. The higher the number, the closer the ratio is to 1.6180.

Lotto and Fibonacci Theory

At first glance, the series does not help us with the Lotto choices.

There are too many numbers in the first decile and few even numbers.

Where numbers can be useful, you can choose from the generated combinations using the series.

Lottery Combinations and Fibonacci Applications

Whatever the selection system, the number of possible combinations is likely to be high.

For example, a lottery calculator can create 924 combinations for only 12 unique numbers.

This would be too much for each player, but using the Fibonacci series you can specify which lines you choose.

The elegance of this series is that you can start either of two songs and create your own series.

So you can start with 5.10 rows, then continue the series:

    5 10 15 25 40 65 105 etc. 

You can then select the combo lines based on the combined numbers. For example, you can select lines 5,10,15 and so on.

Depending on the starting point, which may reduce the number of rows to less than 15, a more manageable number for a unique bonus player.

Filtering Lotto Combinations and Optimizing Fibonacci Numbers

Players can filter combinations to remove illegal patterns to keep the settings more optimally.

Another option may be to use a random number generator to create the starting point of the sequence, or to experiment with a variety of different sequences.

The idea is to create the sequence to create our own selection system, which is further refined and attempted.


This article presents the use of proven mathematical theory for the lottery choice. The FÜG sequence may be an example of a balance between a seemingly incidental event and a successful professional methodology.

Source by A. Lewis Gibson

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