|Posted: November 25, 2005, 9:19 pm - IP Logged|
I feel if the Ohio Lottery Commission wants to keep this particular game
they will either have to reduce the cost of each play to $1 or increase the payouts for lower tier prizes.
Based on the payout results so far, who's winning anything significant?
They do not show how many $1,000 winners there were after each drawing.
They only show a total amount of money won from that draw.
They know that they are in trouble.
They will have a new game probably this Spring.
When they came up with the 6/53 years ago for $2.00, you got 2 plays but that game did not last more than 6 months as far as I can remember.
The only way that any of us can make them create or reinstate an older idea or present a new one is
not to play "Lot 'O Play".
If they would like to make this game become more appealing to the player then they should:
Increase the 3 of 5 prize from $10 to $20 or $25, and the 4 of 5 prize from $1000 prize to $1250 or $1500 and/or buy 4 and get one free. The cards they have us to fill out only has 4 plays on them. If they modified this game to most of these suggestions they would probably triple, if not quadruple their income per draw.