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CA Super Lotto Plus

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Will it reach $100 million this year?

Yes [ 7 ]  [41.18%]
No [ 7 ]  [41.18%]
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Posted: May 31, 2006, 1:34 pm - IP Logged

California Super Lotto Plus is played the same way as Mega Millions and Powerball. It holds the record for the largest single-state jackpot: $193 million.


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    Posted: May 31, 2006, 1:47 pm - IP Logged

    My vote is yes only if it keeps rolling.

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      Posted: May 31, 2006, 1:48 pm - IP Logged

      It looks like it actually might reach that goal soon.


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        Posted: June 1, 2006, 9:58 am - IP Logged

        CASH Only, CA SLP has tied a new roll 14 low of 52 million for 6/3/06. I hope this game continues to roll and get above 100+ million.


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          CASH Only, CA SLP has tied a new roll 14 low of 52 million for 6/3/06. I hope this game continues to roll and get above 100+ million.

          I'd like to see it keep rolling too. Only last year California stopped requiring SLP players to choose cash or annuity. Now the choice is made after winning.

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            CASH Only, CA SLP has tied a new roll 14 low of 52 million for 6/3/06. I hope this game continues to roll and get above 100+ million.

            I'd like to see it keep rolling too. Only last year California stopped requiring SLP players to choose cash or annuity. Now the choice is made after winning.

            which may be true, but if i remember right, CA was doing it how Ohio (SLP, not LoP) and GA (with mega millions) do where even if you picked annuity you could elect for Cash within 60 days (but if you elected cash that was irreversible), unlike some other states (NY, TX) where you're stuck with your choice.


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              CASH Only, CA SLP has tied a new roll 14 low of 52 million for 6/3/06. I hope this game continues to roll and get above 100+ million.

              I'd like to see it keep rolling too. Only last year California stopped requiring SLP players to choose cash or annuity. Now the choice is made after winning.

              which may be true, but if i remember right, CA was doing it how Ohio (SLP, not LoP) and GA (with mega millions) do where even if you picked annuity you could elect for Cash within 60 days (but if you elected cash that was irreversible), unlike some other states (NY, TX) where you're stuck with your choice.

              AFAIK California winners _could_not_ change their minds. If someone made the wrong choice, it was the same as NY and Texas. When I was in California in October, I played SLP using a betslip. It had the cash/annuity boxes. I chose lump sum to be safe. The ticket did not have the choice on it, which meant California had changed the rule.

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                Posted: June 5, 2006, 7:48 pm - IP Logged

                CASH Only, CA SLP has tied a new roll 14 low of 52 million for 6/3/06. I hope this game continues to roll and get above 100+ million.

                I'd like to see it keep rolling too. Only last year California stopped requiring SLP players to choose cash or annuity. Now the choice is made after winning.

                which may be true, but if i remember right, CA was doing it how Ohio (SLP, not LoP) and GA (with mega millions) do where even if you picked annuity you could elect for Cash within 60 days (but if you elected cash that was irreversible), unlike some other states (NY, TX) where you're stuck with your choice.

                AFAIK California winners _could_not_ change their minds. If someone made the wrong choice, it was the same as NY and Texas. When I was in California in October, I played SLP using a betslip. It had the cash/annuity boxes. I chose lump sum to be safe. The ticket did not have the choice on it, which meant California had changed the rule.

                hell you could be right, you could be wrong, but at least CA thinks of its players and allows you to pick your pay after the win, instead of before.


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                  Posted: June 6, 2006, 9:49 am - IP Logged

                  CASH Only, CA SLP has tied a new roll 14 low of 52 million for 6/3/06. I hope this game continues to roll and get above 100+ million.

                  I'd like to see it keep rolling too. Only last year California stopped requiring SLP players to choose cash or annuity. Now the choice is made after winning.

                  which may be true, but if i remember right, CA was doing it how Ohio (SLP, not LoP) and GA (with mega millions) do where even if you picked annuity you could elect for Cash within 60 days (but if you elected cash that was irreversible), unlike some other states (NY, TX) where you're stuck with your choice.

                  AFAIK California winners _could_not_ change their minds. If someone made the wrong choice, it was the same as NY and Texas. When I was in California in October, I played SLP using a betslip. It had the cash/annuity boxes. I chose lump sum to be safe. The ticket did not have the choice on it, which meant California had changed the rule.

                  hell you could be right, you could be wrong, but at least CA thinks of its players and allows you to pick your pay after the win, instead of before.

                  I said I was in California, so I know I'm right. I also was in Texas, and in fact I won with the Megaplier.


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                    Posted: June 11, 2006, 12:18 am - IP Logged

                    CA SLP has reached $60 million for 6/10. I hope it rolls, but if it does roll, I would be surprised if it hit a new roll 17 roll. I predict $64 million if it rolls. However, PB Jackpot is highest jackpot in USA because it rolled also.


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                      Posted: June 13, 2006, 9:52 am - IP Logged

                      CA SLP has reached $60 million for 6/10. I hope it rolls, but if it does roll, I would be surprised if it hit a new roll 17 roll. I predict $64 million if it rolls. However, PB Jackpot is highest jackpot in USA because it rolled also.

                      You're right. 64m for the next drawing (6/14).


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                        Posted: June 14, 2006, 11:57 am - IP Logged

                        CASH Only, MM did roll in last night's drawing, but still behind CA SLP. I hope that CA SLP continues to roll. If it rolls, there's a good chance it'll set new roll lows. 71 million is CA SLP low for roll #18. There's a 70% chance that if CA SLP rolls, it will roll 4 million.


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                          Posted: June 15, 2006, 11:25 am - IP Logged

                          CASH Only, MM did roll in last night's drawing, but still behind CA SLP. I hope that CA SLP continues to roll. If it rolls, there's a good chance it'll set new roll lows. 71 million is CA SLP low for roll #18. There's a 70% chance that if CA SLP rolls, it will roll 4 million.

                          6 million this time. Now at 70 million.


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                            Posted: June 16, 2006, 2:30 am - IP Logged

                            I was wrong with my prediction of what the CA SLP will roll (increase) CASH Only. My prediction was CA SLP would roll 4 million. However, it still set a new roll 18 low of 70 million (gain of 6 million).


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                              Posted: June 16, 2006, 1:38 pm - IP Logged

                              No it won't go over $100 million, because in order to do that it would have to make it there on this run, It won't make it past Wednesday, its kinda crazy when it gets really high

                              It's been to almost $200 million. So 100m is very realistic.