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fortune cookies poll

Topic closed. 32 replies. Last post 11 years ago by GASMETERGUY.

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would you ever use fortune cookie numbers for lottery playing?

yes [ 36 ]  [65.45%]
no [ 8 ]  [14.55%]
maybe [ 10 ]  [18.18%]
don't know [ 1 ]  [1.82%]
Total Valid Votes [ 55 ]  
Discarded Votes [ 6 ]  
spy153's avatar - maren

United States
Member #28409
December 15, 2005
1198 Posts
Posted: April 6, 2006, 8:47 am - IP Logged

I won 35 dollars playing with fortune cookie numbers once., and only 7 dolllars with the numbers I chose myself this week.

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    United States
    Member #23835
    October 16, 2005
    3474 Posts
    Posted: April 8, 2006, 5:11 pm - IP Logged

    That's what I use for my $1 Powerball ticket twice a week.

    Hey...it's just as good as any combination in a game with such ridiculous odds.

    you hear so much these days about people winning with fortune cookie numbers that its seems like you'd have just as much of a chance winning with them as you would a quick pick.......

    Uff Da has it right. The numbers from a fortune cookie have just as much chance as a quickpick, but that's not the same thing as being just as good. When fortune cookie numbers hit 5+0 in PB a year ago there were 110 winners who mostly got 100 grand. The jackpot was about 25 million, so if they'd hit 5+1 they would have shared about 13 million in cash, for 118 grand each. That's a modest improvement for some, and a drastic decrease for the people with powerplay. If the jackpot had been a bit smaller everyone would have ended up with less for a  jackpot win than for 2nd place. You can't predict what numbers will win, so the best you can do is have numbers that aren't likely to be played by 10 to 100 other people and hope you get lucky.

      United States
      Member #33372
      February 20, 2006
      1044 Posts
      Posted: April 8, 2006, 9:37 pm - IP Logged

      Platinum Plus, huh?  Been there; done that.  They can't pick numbers any better than I can.