What is a bell curve? A bell curve is the normal distribution, also called Gaussian distribution. The bell curve
is an extremely important probability distribution in many fields. It is often called
the bell curve because the graph of its probability density resembles a bell. The bell curve can be seen in lotto
when looking at the most probable range of sums.

The above photo shows an example of a lotto game's sum frequency graph. You can use Advantage Plus to create this chart for your game. You will see that every lotto game follows a similar bell curve, which makes it an excellent strategy for choosing the best lotto combinations.

The above photo shows an example of a lotto game's sum frequency graph. You can use Advantage Plus to create this chart for your game. You will see that every lotto game follows a similar bell curve, which makes it an excellent strategy for choosing the best lotto combinations.