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Keno statistics analyses the data of all the lots (since the beginning of keno) and uses 2 main laws of statistics (The Law of Large Numbers and another) to calculate which numbers have the more chance of occurring in the next "n" lots. Where "n" is an integer between 1 and infinity. A good approximation of "n" is "20", i.e. which numbers have the most chance of occurring in the next 20 lots.
The numbers with the most chance are painted with a descending colour code (according to the colours of the rainbow).
Keno Statistics is a programme whose sole purpose is the statistical analysis of Keno and entertainment. Under no circumstances should it be confused as a means of gaining unfair advantage.