|Posted: January 12, 2006, 12:15 am - IP Logged|
Pick 4 is really no different from pick 3, when it comes to the "selection process", and "formulas". Mainly because the way the numbers are "drawn" is still one "set" of 3-4 numbers.
Pick 5, and pick 6 (megas, reg. lottos). As, with these lotteries, they should be "handled" like 5-6 "sets" of 2 numbers.
Not sure if I'm making any sense, but, I've come to realize, that the same number formulas, that anyone can use/uses in pick 3, works just as effectively in pick 4. Only differences, are having to accomodate the extra number, which is ofcourse much more difficult, and, ofcourse, the bigger payouts.