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In Blocks is analysis of groups of numbers grouped into blocks of 10 numbers
A groups of numbers that are very often used to analyze games are blocks of 10 numbers. To create those blocks of numbers just divide all game numbers by 10:

Block 1 = ( 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10) All numbers from 1 to 10

Block 2 = ( 1 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20) All numbers from 11 to 20

and so on..


In picture you may see circled in green color example of block 1.

Circled in yellow color block 2, in red color block 3 and the rest of blocks goes like that to the last numbers.


Drawing numbers are usually spread across the entire ticket view. It is very rarely that numbers are drawn just from one block of numbers
These analysis methods shows how many numbers are drawn in particular blocks of numbers in analyzed range of past drawings.

If you want to know how many numbers are drawn in blocks then select a block from menu Groups / In Blocks /
You can select to analyze blocks 1 to 10 , 11 to 20 ...


Each of block of numbers has its own diagram like for example the diagram for block 1 to 10




If any number was NOT drawn from particular block then diagram will print a point in row 0

If number was drawn then diagram will print a point in row that indicates the count of drawn numbers



If drawing numbers are like :

1 3 10 22 35 45

then we see that three numbers from 1 to 10 were drawn (1 3 10). In that case diagram will show it, it will print point in row 3


This analysis method is for standard and keno games only.


Additionally these diagrams can also show how game numbers are drawn as contact, outside, hot or cold numbers.

To see these analysis use the Numbers Types Switch