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United States
Member #3100
December 23, 2003
334 Posts
Posted: August 30, 2005, 8:48 am - IP Logged

Can anyone explain in detail how to use this system-Lottotrix, in pick 3-6 games in NY??

Previous posts are confusing.

Feel free to elaborate on any other winning systems.  Much Thanks, JS.... 

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    Dump Water Florida
    United States
    Member #380
    June 5, 2002
    3114 Posts
    Posted: September 1, 2005, 2:32 am - IP Logged

    The product consists of 2if2 wheels for Pick-5 and Pick-6 which means you are guaranteed a line(s) (combination) with 2 winning numbers when two or more of the winning numbers are among those you have chosen to wheel. 

    When all the winning numbers are among those wheeled you generally have a high 90's percent chance of a 3# win.  You also have a lot of lines with two of the winning numbers, there is always hope with two numbers correct luck will put more winning numbers on the same line for you.

    To use the system, select your numbers up to all of them and exchange your numbers for the place holder or pointer numbers making up the wheel matrix.

    How you select or arrange your numbers is up to you. 

    In smaller size wheels you are just as well off with a 3if6 or 4if6 wheel unless there is a 2# prize tier, but 2if2 is equal to playing a 3if6 that is less then 100% which is useful because a 90%+ wheel can cost a third less then 100% coverage.

    Consider upgrading your LotteryPost membership to use the wheeling or visit
    http://www.lotto-logix.com/wheellinks.html and grab a copy of CoverMaster and learn how to make your own wheels. 

    Even if you are not interested in making wheels at this stage of your lottery skill level you should save a copy of this incrediable software for future use.  BobP