A cascade is three increasingly longer skip periods between wins of a lottery number. For example, if lotto number 10 hit on drawing 15, then made 3 skips before hitting on drawing 19, then made 8 skips before hitting on drawing 28, then made 12 skips (the exhaustion break) before hitting on drawing 41, then lotto number 10 is showing a cascade pattern (skipped 3, then 8, then 12, each skip is longer than the previous skip). Use the Drawings Since Hit Chart in Advantage Plus to look at these lotto trends.

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