arrange the database of possible combinations to show the combinations according to whatever filter you want. decade positions, repeating final digit, etc. so the remaining combinations are close to your games average draw. and that way you'd get a hard list of sure fire jackpot winners.

*Sometime*each one would win. I know there's millions of possible combinations, but it seems that most combinations come up close to the games average. The trick is to filter it down to a playable set of combinations. Or you could play the sets according to your predictions/filter of choice. Thus cutting down the playing field more. I only see this working in a game that has a huge database of winning combinations already tho. Which would cut out tons of possible combinations.

I mean, if the goal is the jackpot, then following this strategy would produce a winner, altho you'd have to play a very big set of tickets. But you'd only have to do it ONCE and you'd win. Does this make sense to anybody? Is there a software that would do this?