This page provides New Zealand Powerball statistics for the available results. The statistical analysis includes -- but is not limited to -- number frequency, most common New Zealand Powerball numbers and least common New Zealand Powerball numbers, common pairs, numbers that followed numbers as well as other statistics which can be used to build your New Zealand Powerball winning strategy.
The total number of unique combinations of 6 winning numbers that can be generated from a pool of 40 lotto numbers is 3,838,380.
Furthermore, the total number of unique combinations of 2 additional numbers (Powerball) that can be generated from a pool of 10 numbers is 45.
This is a 6 / 40 + 2 / 10 lottery system so we need to multiply the above numbers to find out that the odds of winning the New Zealand Powerball jackpot are one in 172,727,100.
The New Zealand Powerball statistics you find here on LottoMatic are among the most detailed statistics available online. After each and every draw we update our database so the information you find here is always recent.
Since the number of statistics we provide is fairly large, we decided to break them down into subsections some of which also needed to be breaken down even further.
New Zealand Powerball number frequency
Under the New Zealand Powerball number frequency you'll find the most common, least common and most overdue numbers. Furthermore, we also show you what the most common pairs, triplets, etc. are.Most common numbers Least common numbers Most overdue numbers Most common pairs Most common triplets Most common quadruplets Most common quintuplets Most common sextuplets
New Zealand Powerball statistics charts
If you're more like a visual oriented person, the New Zealand Powerball charts has a lot for you. Lots of New Zealand Powerball data can be analyzed visually here..Statistics evolution chart... Stacked bars chart Strings chart Bar chart sorted by lotto nr. Bar chart sorted by number frequency
New Zealand Powerball story of numbers
The Story of New Zealand Powerball numbers is where you can find interesting facts about each drawn number. Which days a number was drawn the most, when was a number drawn last time, even a heat (hot/cold) chart for each number.