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At what size matrix would you skip it?

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Posted: March 7, 2006, 12:30 am - IP Logged

How many numbers before you wouldn't play?

 At what point would you figure it was pointless to try and hit five or six or five and one out of?

6 /57?

More? 

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    BILOXI, MISSISSIPPI
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    Posted: March 7, 2006, 12:45 am - IP Logged

                        millions or  billions to one  I play all jackpots

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      Morrison, IL
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      Posted: March 7, 2006, 11:38 am - IP Logged

      Yep, it takes only one ticket to win for ANY size matrix!

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        Posted: March 7, 2006, 1:37 pm - IP Logged

        OK, whay if any given lottery was doing something like that as a marketing test.

        I'm sure of a state was to offer let's say a 6/75 lottery and no one bought any tickets, they would rethink that.  By the same token, as long as people say they'll play no matter what, the matrixes probably will keep increasing.


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          Posted: March 7, 2006, 3:52 pm - IP Logged

          I think the most impossible game to win is Keno 10 spot.

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            Morrison, IL
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            Posted: March 7, 2006, 4:23 pm - IP Logged

            OK, whay if any given lottery was doing something like that as a marketing test.

            I'm sure of a state was to offer let's say a 6/75 lottery and no one bought any tickets, they would rethink that.  By the same token, as long as people say they'll play no matter what, the matrixes probably will keep increasing.

            Only one state has been added to Powerball since the matrix change, and not a very big state in fact, yet sales at the lower jackpot levels are higher (although sales for jackpot draws over $100 million aren't as strong as they used to be).