I don't know when I'll start doing KACHING Reports on YouTube. I'm still trying to decide on some stuff relating to how I'll do the videos.
Anyway, here we go.....
$4 and a free Win For Life quick pick (4 x $1 + WFL) on $2 Instant Win For Life
2 back-to-back free tickets on 2 $2 Jumbo Bucks Classic
$10 ($10) on $5 $500,000 Player's Club
Free ticket on $5 $500,000 Hold 'Em Poker
$20 (8 x $2 + 4 x $1 via rake "win all") on $3 Winfall
Other wins on Saturday after the slowplaying:
$4 and a free Win For Life quick pick ($2 + 2 x $1 + WFL) and $5 ($5) on 2 $2 Instant Win For Life
$50 ("21" $10 + $15 + 3 x $5) on $5 Blackjack Showdown (see a previous blog post of mine)
2 back-to-back free tickets on 2 $1 Monopoly
$5 ($3 + $2) on $2 Instant Win For Life
Free ticket on $5 Blackjack Showdown
Tuesday (before work):
$2 ($2) on $1 Roll 'Em
2 free tickets on 2 $2 Jumbo Bucks Classic
Free ticket on $5 Merry Money
The KACHING Meter for October 24, 2008: 12.9
Tuesday and Friday were both losses of $10. Saturday's profit was pretty nice.
I'll probably go do some slowplaying tomorrow at that good ol' place tomorrow.
The wind has been blowing here like crazy (knocking the power out countless times since yesterday morning) and it's been raining all day. Generally, when it rains, I tend to have good luck on lottery tickets. Didn't seem like it today, though.
Speaking of weather and lotto luck, I'll share some wins that I remember before my area got socked with some weather.
I don't remember the year, but we were expecting a snow storm in north GA one December. I went out and bought a $5 ticket. I remember hitting all 15 number matches for a bunch of $1s and $2s totalling $20.
Before Hurricane Ivan (I think that's what it was) nailed parts of GA a few years ago, I went out and bought some tickets. I hit $5 on a $2 ticket at one store. We stopped by another store, I cashed it in, and bought 2 of another $2 ticket and bought a $1 ticket. Didn't hit anything on the $1 ticket, but on one of the $2 tickets.....I think it was called "Great 8s"......I wound up hitting so many 8s to where I won $48. (there were 2 versions of Crazy 8s around that time.....one where you scratched off a play area and counted up the 8s and checked a chart to see how much you won -- the other was "get an 8, win prize.....get "Crazy" and win all 10 prizes). After getting home, the power starts flickering and goes out for a bit.
Well, until next time, may your power stay on and may your tickets win you some moolah.