Technical corrections are insignificant reverse blips in a trend, when a long dormant number finally hits or has a technical correction of one win before resuming its downward trend. For example, if for a daily drawing lotto game, number 6 misses hitting for any drawings in January and February, and hits once in mid-March, then does not hit again through the rest of March and April. Don't waste your money playing such numbers until they confirm a trend reversal. Use the Drawings Since Hit Chart in Advantage Plus to look at these lotto trends.

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