True, EOM, each number has a 1/69 chance of hitting, but it's not cumulative. Each time the dice are rolled, so to speak, that individual number still has a 1/69 chance of coming up.

When you speak of a number being "over-due," that's the gambler's fallacy.

It's not like each time a number doesn't come up, the chances move up to 2/69 and then 3/69 and then 4/69, etc.

Unless the lottery is fixed, which seems like it might be a possibility. :)

I remember you now; you're the thinker. Thanks for posting a thought-provoking topic and warming up my brain cells.

Best of luck with the lotto!