# How To Pick Your Powerball Number

Here are the dynamic findings from the recent 156 Powerball drawings, encompassing a full year's data. Data is current as of: Tuesday 21st of May 2024 07:59:34 AM This data has been assembled into a dynamic table, which provides us with engaging insights. Ideally, in a perfectly balanced scenario, each Powerball number should make an appearance an average number of times. This average is derived by dividing 156 by 26, giving us 6 times. Our expectation, therefore, would be for each number to appear this average number of times. Lets have a look see.

This incredible table is equipped with a captivating color-coding system that makes exploring it an absolute delight. Green represents numbers drawn more than the average (6 times), yellow is for numbers drawn exactly 6 times, and red signifies numbers performing less then the average six times, all within the last year. Finally, in the Times Drawn column, is the number of times each Powerball number has been drawn in the previous 156 drawings. With this table, updating after each draw, you can easily identify the frequency and trends of winning numbers. Keep an eye out for the green sections: they're the hotspots you won't want to overlook!