Pick 2 Results for today – Friday 23 September 2022

Hello Users, The Lotteries department of Jamaica has announced the Pick 2 results for Friday 23 September 2022 and we will update the Pick 2 results instantly after the announcement for you. Best of Luck!

The latest Pick 2 draw results are announced for 23 September 2022.

Here are the Pick 2 results as follows:

Pick 2 Results for Today 

23 September, 2022 – Friday
EARLYBIRD   8:30AM 19456
Pick 2 Winning Numbers
33  29
MORNING   10:30AM 19457
Pick 2 Winning Numbers
30  16
MIDDAY   1PM 19458
Pick 2 Winning Numbers
13  6
Pick 2 Winning Numbers
3  11
EVENING   8:25PM 19460
Pick 2 Winning Numbers
8  27

Pick 2 Hot & Cold Numbers

You probably noticed that some numbers just seem to appear in every other draw! These frequently drawn numbers are known as hot numbers and they are used by many experienced lottery players due to their likelihood to be drawn.

Check out the list of the most, and the least, frequently drawn numbers in Pick 2 lotto!

Hot Numbers

Hot numbers which are drawn the most times in the past 200 Pick 2 draws:

21    23    73    36    1    35

Cold Numbers

Cold numbers which are drawn the least times in the past 200 Pick 2 draws:

27    15    22    29    31    24    10

How To Play

Pick 2 is a simple way to win instant cash. Just choose two numbers to join the fun and the winnings. In the Pick 2 game, players simply choose two numbers: One each from two different sets of 36 numbers, that is, 1 of 36 plus 1 of 36. Players win the top prize of Pick 2 if they match both numbers in the right fields of 36 numbers.  Players also win if they match one of the numbers in the correct field.

Femi Williams

Femi Williams is a Jamaican expert in lottery analysis and the best predictor of cash pot lottery. With over 5 years of experience at the Supreme Ventures Lottery Department, she is highly regarded for her analytical skills and ability to predict winning numbers with a high degree of accuracy. Femi is also a dedicated mother and community member, involved in several charitable organizations supporting education and youth development in Jamaica.

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