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Pick 5 system

Topic closed. 1 reply. Last post 6 years ago by Stack47.

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 Posted: June 22, 2009, 12:48 pm - IP Logged

This is a system that I did not create, but will show it here. I will be using Florida Fantasy 5 for this, but you can adapt this sytem to fit any p-5 or higher game.

With this system, applied to a 36 number game, you have a one in 17 chance of hitting the JP if the 3 chosen numbers show. Not bad.

Here goes: First, pick 3 numbers from your game. In the example, I'll use 1-36 in the Fantasy five. I'll pick 9-17-31. You can change the numbers for each drawing or just keep playing the same 3 numbers.

1-9-17-31-20

2-9-17-31-21

3-9-17-31-22

4-9-17-31-23

5-9-17-31-24

6-9-17-31-25

7-9-17-31-26

8-9-17-31-27

10-9-17-31-28

11-9-17-31-29

12-9-17-31-30

13-9-17-31-32

14-9-17-31-33

15-9-17-31-34

16-9-17-31-35

18-9-17-31-36

19-9-17-31-?

Total lines = 17

I left the last one with a question mark because you can fill in a number of your liking. But that last line has to be there to cover the number 19. I just use the number 36 again. 19-9-17-31-36.

Just think, how many times have gotten 3 numbers right?

That's it. Every time your chosen 3 show, you'll have a 1 in 17 chance in the 1-36 games. It may be a little higher in the larger games.

Kentucky
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 Posted: June 23, 2009, 8:46 pm - IP Logged

I personally know someone that used this method and won \$100,000 playing the 37 number Ohio Buckeye 5 game. The strategy is great because it does give players a realistic chance of winning a jackpot, but the problem is creating a system that consistently picks 1 or 2 numbers and occasionally picks all 3.

Many of the Pick-5 games are drawn daily and at \$17 a drawing, it could become expensive. On the plus side, if a player could match 2 of their numbers in 1/3 of the drawings, they would at least break even.

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