|Posted: October 21, 2005, 11:58 pm - IP Logged|
In Toronto, Canada we have a daily drawing of Keno (1-70 numbers)
20 numbers are drawn daily.
There are different prize amounts (depending on the amount of numbers drawn.)
2 numbers correct, pays $7
3 numbers correct, pays $25
4 numbers correct, pays $100 ( etc.)
We all know that there is no logic in random numbers, (The Lottery Authorities
The odds of any of us winning "The Big One" are in the millions.
I wonder if anyone, considers trying to win the lesser prizes.(ie $7 for a $1 investment)
If a member has a "system"/ "method" to predict 2 numbers from 70,
they could make a small, but ongoing profit weekly.
Their stake could increase to $2 per investment, ( definitely no double up)