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Lucky For Life. The top prize may suck, but everything else...

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Last Edited: June 11, 2005, 2:20 am

I know CASHOnly is probably going to come to my house and maim me, but I've been playing Lucky For Life, and you know what, it's a nice little game. I won $10 in the Instant Win feature last Sunday, which is great because that truly is instant gratification. No scratching or anything. But why is it a mandatory feature? Why can't it be optional like SC's Add-A-Play? And why can't all the other games have their own optional instant win feature? And it's also a dying breed, by that I mean the low matrix pick-6 game. Nowadays it seems like a 6/42 is a low matrix. But only six traditional pick-6 games have matrixes lower than 6/42 (AZ, DC, LA, PA, WI, and WV). But anyway, the payouts for the actual draw are pretty good for the most part, considering the other half of the $2 went to the instant win. Especially the 5/6 payout of $2000, for a 6/38 that's phenomenal. Lotto South doesn't even pay out $2,000 for a 5/6 and that's a 6/49 (a pretty good one at that). But I do agree with CO with one thing, the game needs a cash option, about $500,000 to be exact. That's a pretty good prize for a 6/38, comparable to DE Lotto's avg. jackpot in it's heyday.

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Comment by CASH Only - June 11, 2005, 2:07 pm
Unlucky for Life needs a cash option, or be retired. Save your money for the new versions of MM and PB.

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