|Posted: November 17, 2005, 9:38 pm - IP Logged|
I was thinking up a better version of Lot O' Play. I kind of had Texas in mind for this for some reason, so I call it Texas Square Dance. See if you like it.
6 numbers are drawn out of 60 balls, numbered 00-59.
For $1, a player gets a 6x6 grid like the one below.
Each row, column, and diagonal counts as a single play. You essentially get 14 plays for $1. You can also win multiple times.
Three ways to pick numbers:
Method #1 - Quick Pick
Method #2 - Arrange The Top
This play slip allows you to choose the 6 numbers on the top row, and allows you to arrange them. All other numbers will be chosen and arranged randomly.
Method #3 - Pick Them All
Pick all 36 numbers in your game out of a standard 60-square grid (00-59), and have them arranged randomly.
And now the fun part:
On A Row, Column
|Match 6||JACKPOT*||1 : 3,575,990|
|Match 5||$1,000||1 : 11,031|
|Match 4||$15||1 : 166.6|
|Match 3||$1||1 : 7.2|
Overall Odds per $1 : 1 in 6.9
*Jackpots start at $250,000 all-cash, and recieve approx. 22% of sales.
Overall Payout : 55%