There are 52C6 ways to pick the numbers in the second draw. Only one of these will be the same as the first draw. So the probability = 1 / 52C6 = 1 / 20,358,520.

## How many times have the same lottery numbers come up?

Lottery officials have said they are aware of cases around the world where the same person has taken home the top prize more than **once**. But they have never come across a lottery duplicating the exact set of six numbers.

## What are the odds of the same number coming up twice?

8 Answers. The probability of rolling a specific number twice in a row is indeed **1/36**, because you have a 1/6 chance of getting that number on each of two rolls (1/6 x 1/6). The probability of rolling any number twice in a row is 1/6, because there are six ways to roll a specific number twice in a row (6 x 1/36).

## Does picking the same lottery numbers increase your chances?

For what it’s worth, lottery experts say that playing the same numbers over and over **again doesn’t improve your odds of eventually hitting a jackpot**, because your odds of winning the lottery reset each time you play and so do the odds of a particular number combination being selected.

## Is there a trick to win the lottery?

The truth of the matter is – **there is probably no secret or trick in playing lotto**. In fact, people who have won the jackpot for more than once shared that there are certain strategy that you can do to increase the chance of winning. You can watch that video where Richard breaks down his secret formula.

## What Pick 3 number comes out the most?

Numbers Most Drawn for Play 3

Number | Frequency | Drawn |
---|---|---|

1 | 477 | 29.63% |

3 | 465 |
28.88% |

7 | 453 | 28.14% |

5 | 444 | 27.58% |

## Are lottery quick picks rigged?

Whether you’re continuing to use your children’s birthdays and ages as your lucky numbers – or you just let the machine “quick pick” for you – you have the same probability of winning. **There’s no predictable method for picking winning numbers** in the lottery.

## Are lottery numbers rigged?

**Lotteries are always rigged**, such that the organiser of the lottery will receive a regular and consistent amount of money. For the organiser there is no gambling involved. They will set the prizes at an amount, which does not any where near reflect the probability of winning the prize.

## Why do lottery numbers repeat?

The statistical probability of lottery drawings producing the **same winning numbers rises as the number of drawings increases**, meaning that a short window of time with fewer drawings is less likely to produce duplicate drawings than a longer window of time with more drawings.

## What is the probability of rolling a 3 twice?

Since the occurrence of 3 on first roll is independent of the occurrence of an odd number on the second roll, Probability of complete event =(probability of showing a 3 on the first roll) x (probability of an odd number on the second roll)=1/6×1/2=**1/12**.