A Double Hit Ratio® tells which of last week's winning lottery numbers are most likely to be drawn as winners this week. To calculate: add the Multiple Hits and divide them into the number of single hits. New Lotto games that have little historical data, generally have higher average Double Hit Ratios. The lotto numbers that have a Double Hit Ratio LOWER than average are the best to play for a repeat hit (two wins in a row) in the next drawing. For example, a lotto number with a Double Hit Ratio of 3.0 is more likely to hit two games in a row than a lotto number with a Double Hit Ratio of 9.0. A Lotto number with a Double Hit Ratio of 3.0 averages one Double Hit (two wins in a row) for approximately each three single hits it has. But a number with a Double Hit Ratio of 9.0 averages one Double Hit for each nine single hits it has.

How do you find repeat hot lotto numbers to play tonight? To see the Double Hit Ratio calculated for your game, look for the column on the extreme right of the Multiple Hit Pattern Chart in Advantage Plus.

Multiple Hit Pattern Lotto Strategy Chart
Screenshot of Advantage Plus, Multiple Hit Pattern Chart

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