So if the range/span is: 20...and many times there is: 3 numbers from the first 10 and 3 numbers from the second 10...I say do this...

Guess 3 numbers, 3 numbers you think are going to be in the: first 10 of that 20 number range they will be your key numbers...And get a: 2/3 Pick3 wheel which i just found out comes to 8 tickets...And then you have: and you do it 8 times and pair them up...[Win for life is one of the hardest games, harder than PowerBall]

XXXABC

XXXABC

XXXABC

XXXABC

XXXABC

XXXABC

XXXABC

XXXABC

Now the ABC [the 2/3 wheel] i think is a combination abbreviated wheel, it should be a combination wheel...Now the key is to make it a state of the art abbreviated wheel, maybe state of the art abbreviated positional [the 6th number] (now imagine if you had a supercomputer which should do it] And that´s it it comes out to: 8 tickets...The Awesomest part of it is that you can repeat that: 8 block as many times as you like with different keynumbers or the same key numbers and you will have like a HUGE WAR TANK sort of speak...And you have 1 in 10 of getting a: 6/6....If you get the key numbers correct which will be 3/10 then you are automatically getting a 5/6 as many times as you had repeated the block...Just need the luck of the Bonus Ball and it will be, let´s say you repeated the block 20 times it will be: 20 x $50,000 a month for 1 year [20 x 8 = $160]....And if you didnt get the bonus ball it will be: 20 x $600 = $12,000 per month or twice a month if it plays twice a month....Sometimes the first number goes from: 20-41 or 19-38, still a 20 range....

And you just mixed a balanced wheel with a key number wheel...

**ADDITIONAL COMMENTS**:

Imagine spending: $600 on the 8 ticket block and getting the key numbers correct= or even spending: $4,000 on the same 8 ticket block and getting the bonus ball....it will be: [600 divided by 8 = 75] $50,000 a year x 75 = 75 years getting: $50,000 a year (second prize)....

this block is better than any wheel...

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