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Pick Five Games


Hello. My name is Bill K. I am an avid player of the Maryland State Lottery and my favorite game is Maryland's BONUS MATCH FIVE, where you pick 5 numbers from 1-39, 5 are drawn plus a bonus number, and the payoffs range from $2 to $50,000.

I had a good year last year, winning a few times with 4 out of 5 for $400 using various systems such as My Pick, Quick Picks, other states results, past results, and so on.

This year, 2011, is another story. No good wins at all. No luck and no decent system to use. This is why I'm opening this blog to talk with other players on systems used, systems to win. Now Maryland has Bonus Match Five, Florida has FANTASY 5; New York has TAKE 5; and Ohio has ROLLING CASH 5. All basically the same formula, picking 5 numbers. Please help. What systems do you use to win, even small wins. Past results ? Other states ? One up or one down ? What. All help to this forum will help us all.




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hoping2winbigComment by hoping2winbig - February 13, 2011, 1:30 am
Hi there Bill , I was born + raised in Parkville , Maryland . Moved out here in the midwest several yrs ago for the dryer climate . I play the pick 5 here and use some of Gail Howard's tools ( I have 2 of her books ) they are a big help .... and and am working on my own method of play ( still in research + development stage ) . I did try a free download of LOTTO PRO awhile back , it's a very good program but I'm not ready to purchase it yet . I know a lot of people on LP use excel spread sheets etc. but I'm a paper n pencil person . Maybe you could try excel if you have it ? and keep asking questions maybe someone else can help you more than I can .   Good luck to you !
Comment by Lt Bill - February 14, 2011, 12:38 am
To hoping2winbig,
Thank you for responding. I've had some of her (Gail Howard) books years ago, which one do you recommend for the Match-5 ?
How does excel spread sheets play into it ? Tracks previous results ?


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