Then consider there was (1) repeat number 28, (2) super hot numbers 01-27, and (2) hot numbers 35-40. This mix seems rather unusual, excluding any due or cold numbers.

Now then, lets consider something else here. First off, filtering any group of numbers down to a single (sum total) is as extreme as it gets using sum filtering. Cost is the deciding factor here. If a sum range of 131 - 141 had been applied, would the cost/profit factor have improved? Probably not. Why? Because the amount of number strings to wager would most probably have out weighed any prize amount possible. Four numbers minus the gold ball pays $150.00. Three numbers minus the gold ball pays $7.00. In the first place, we are applying a 4if5of28 wheel here for our results. It is fairly unlikely that a (4) match could have been achieved with only four numbers appearing in the mix, although that is possible of happening, and has happened in our experience. If (5) numbers had appeared in the mix, it would have been po....

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