I think you will find that there is no such thing as 'lucky numbers' and if anyone tells you there is they have probably fixed the balls.
According to statistics every ball has an equal chance of coming out of the barrel after every spin.
The only theory I subscribe to is "you have to be in it to win it" So Good luck anyway!
It is random...if it were not then the computers can predict it.
The numbers are just drawn randomly, so there is no real way to predict what will come up (unless you can make a physical model of the little balls in the lottery machine, which is essentially impossible).
That being said, I would say the best numbers are 1,2,3,4,5,6. They have just the same chance as any others. See http://hubpages.com/hub/whataretheodds
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