How to win Canada Western 6/49

In order to be able to win the Canada Western 6 49, you should first know how this particular lottery behaves. Our comprehensive analysis shows that each lottery has certain behaviors that are unique to them.

The data on this page is based on the latest one hundred results and can be used to develop a playing strategy to help you win significant amounts or even that big jackpot we all dream of.

These facts have been extracted from the Canada Western 6 49 matrix, one of the most comprehensive Canada Western 6 49 dataset available online, and are being updated after the next drawing so you may want to bookmark this page for further reference.

Let's take a look at what could help you win the Canada Western 6 49.

Five outstanding Canada Western 6 49 facts

  1. Down trend: all winning numbers in one draw were equal or lower than those in the previous draw a number of 17 times.
  2. It's been now 1 drawing since no up or down trend took place.
  3. Two of the winning numbers were contained by the previous 2 drawings a number of 14 times.
  4. The sum of the digits that make up the winning numbers was 40 a number of 10 times.
  5. The numbers range (the difference between the largest and the lowest winning number) was 42 a number of 8 times.

Other facts you may want to consider

How to use all this

The past winning numbers facts mentioned above can be used to hugely decrease the number of tickets you generate for the next draw using our Canada Western 6 49 generator.

You can just as well use them with any other lottery tool you may have or simply to review the numbers you fill on your tickets by hand.

If you're in a lottery place willing to play and find yourself uninspired, come back to this page, look at the latest outstanding facts. They may just help you win the Canada Western 6/49.

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