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Posted: January 17, 2006, 2:34 pm - IP Logged

MultiPlay

It's three different games in one!

Each $2 ticket gives you 3 unique games all of which involve predicting the results of 6 numbers drawn from a field of 36. And the best part, you can pick your own numbers for each game.

Game #1

Plays like a regular lotto game. Pick 6 numbers out of 36. Has a minimum jackpot of $100,000.

Match
Prize
Odds
6/6
JACKPOT
1 : 1,947,792
5/6
$1,000
1 : 10,821.1
4/6
$30
1 : 298.5
3/6
$3
1 : 24.0

Game #2

Plays like a mini-keno. Pick 4 numbers out of 36.

Match
Prize
Odds
4/6
$150
1 : 3,927
3/6
$10
1 : 98.2
2/6
$1
1 : 9.0

Game #3

Simply pick 1 number out of 36. If the number you picked is the first one picked in the drawing, you win nine dollars!

Match
Prize
Odds
First Number Drawn
$9
1 : 36

Overall Odds per $2 ticket : 1 in 5.15

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    Posted: January 17, 2006, 5:16 pm - IP Logged

    Wait.  Would they draw 3 seperate sets of numbers, or just one?

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      Posted: January 17, 2006, 7:19 pm - IP Logged

      Wait.  Would they draw 3 seperate sets of numbers, or just one?

      Just one set of numbers. Let me explain.

      Your ticket would look something like this:

      Game 1 : 12-16-19-23-31-35

      Game 2 : 03-25-29-34

      Game 3 : 34

      And the winning numbers in draw order are 34-26-23-03-16-35

      Game 1 would be a winner because it matched 3 numbers (16, 23, and 35). Prize : $3

      Game 2 would be a winner because 2 numbers were matched out of the six (03 and 34). Prize : $1

      And Game 3 would win too because the number picked for Game 3 was also the first number picked in the draw. And the prize, $9.

      Such a situation would win $13. 

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        Posted: January 17, 2006, 7:22 pm - IP Logged

        the problem with that idea is that there is the possibility that the payouts could get to be too big.

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          Posted: January 17, 2006, 10:37 pm - IP Logged

          the problem with that idea is that there is the possibility that the payouts could get to be too big.

          Each game has been programmed to pay 50% on average. But you have a good point there. If every one picks the same numbers for each game, trouble will be a brewin'. But it will rectify itself later on because those same people will lose sometimes too.

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            Posted: January 18, 2006, 12:43 am - IP Logged

            Yep, it's just like any game that pays fixed prizes.