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Posted: September 19, 2006, 11:16 am - IP Logged

Another LP member (forget who) has said they talked with a PA lottery agent, and the agent said Unlucky for Life will be ending in December. I am not saying this because Unlucky for Life stinks, but because I believe them.

 BTW I had been guessing Oklahoma would be the next Hot Lotto state. Now I'm saying Rhode Island.

You forgot. Hmm, how convenient...

BTW: You still haven't sent me that link yet...

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    Posted: September 20, 2006, 9:40 pm - IP Logged

    Cash 25 is bad and has a lousy top prize.

    Hmm, that wasn't hard to criticize at all...

    According to Forbes, the West Virginia Lottery is ranked #6 out of the top 10 in the country!  I STILL contend it and LFL are the BEST Pick 6 games in the country. 

    The problem?  The problem is that many lottery players want a small number field with Millions attached as the prize.  Guess what?  "It ain't gonna happen!"

    Those players need first, to let go of their greed, second, agree that smaller number field games like WV and LFL are MUCH more fun to play and MUCH more WINNABLE, and three, stop throwing hard earned money at stupid games like Power/MegaRip.

    When everyone stops playing Power/MegaRip, the number fields will change.

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      Posted: September 21, 2006, 2:06 am - IP Logged

      According to Forbes, the West Virginia Lottery is ranked #6 out of the top 10 in the country!  I STILL contend it and LFL are the BEST Pick 6 games in the country. 

      The problem?  The problem is that many lottery players want a small number field with Millions attached as the prize.  Guess what?  "It ain't gonna happen!"

      Those players need first, to let go of their greed, second, agree that smaller number field games like WV and LFL are MUCH more fun to play and MUCH more WINNABLE, and three, stop throwing hard earned money at stupid games like Power/MegaRip.

      When everyone stops playing Power/MegaRip, the number fields will change.

      Here's every pick 6 in the USA. I charted the games based the number of balls you have to pick. I also listed the top prize and the type of game.

      Wv Cash 25, 25, 25k Cash, Traditional
      De Multiwin Lotto, 35, 50 Thousand Cash, Multi Line
      Pa Lucky For Life, 38, 1 Million Annuity, Life
      Dc Daily 6, 39, 250 Thousand Cash, Bonus Ball
      Wi Supercash, 39, 350 Thousand Annuity, Traditional
      La Lotto, 40, 250 Thousand Cash, Traditional
      Az The Pick, 41, 1 Million Annuity, Bonus Ball
      Co Lotto, 42, 1 Million Annuity, Traditional
      Ga/Ky/Va Win For Life, 42, 1 Million Annuity, Life/Bonus Ball
      Ma Megabucks, 42, ??? Annuity, Traditional
      Me/Nh/Vt Tri-State Megabucks, 42, 500 Thousand Annuity, Traditional
      Md Multi Match Lotto, 43, 500 Thousand Annuity, Multi Line
      Ct Classic Lotto, 44, 1 Million Annuity, Traditional
      Mo Lotto, 44, 1 Million Annuity, Traditional
      Ma Cash Winfall, 46, 500 Thousand Annuity, Traditional
      Mi Classic Lotto 47, 47, 1 Million Annuity, Traditional
      In Hoosier Lotto, 48, 1 Million Annuity, Traditional
      Or Megabucks, 48, 1 Million Annuity, Traditional
      Nj Pick 6, 49, 1 Million Annuity, Traditional
      Pa Match 6, 49, 500 Thousand Cash, Multi Line
      Wa Lotto, 49, 1 Million Annuity, Traditional
      Wi Megabucks, 49, ??? Annuity, Traditional
      Il Lotto 52, 2 Million Annuity, Traditional
      Fl Lotto, 53, 3 Million Annuity, Traditional
      Tx Lotto Texas, 54, ??? Annuity, Traditional
      Ny Lotto, 59, 3 Million Annuity, Bonus Ball

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        Posted: September 21, 2006, 9:43 am - IP Logged

        Here's every pick 6 in the USA. I charted the games based the number of balls you have to pick. I also listed the top prize and the type of game.

        Wv Cash 25, 25, 25k Cash, Traditional
        De Multiwin Lotto, 35, 50 Thousand Cash, Multi Line
        Pa Lucky For Life, 38, 1 Million Annuity, Life
        Dc Daily 6, 39, 250 Thousand Cash, Bonus Ball
        Wi Supercash, 39, 350 Thousand Annuity, Traditional
        La Lotto, 40, 250 Thousand Cash, Traditional
        Az The Pick, 41, 1 Million Annuity, Bonus Ball
        Co Lotto, 42, 1 Million Annuity, Traditional
        Ga/Ky/Va Win For Life, 42, 1 Million Annuity, Life/Bonus Ball
        Ma Megabucks, 42, ??? Annuity, Traditional
        Me/Nh/Vt Tri-State Megabucks, 42, 500 Thousand Annuity, Traditional
        Md Multi Match Lotto, 43, 500 Thousand Annuity, Multi Line
        Ct Classic Lotto, 44, 1 Million Annuity, Traditional
        Mo Lotto, 44, 1 Million Annuity, Traditional
        Ma Cash Winfall, 46, 500 Thousand Annuity, Traditional
        Mi Classic Lotto 47, 47, 1 Million Annuity, Traditional
        In Hoosier Lotto, 48, 1 Million Annuity, Traditional
        Or Megabucks, 48, 1 Million Annuity, Traditional
        Nj Pick 6, 49, 1 Million Annuity, Traditional
        Pa Match 6, 49, 500 Thousand Cash, Multi Line
        Wa Lotto, 49, 1 Million Annuity, Traditional
        Wi Megabucks, 49, ??? Annuity, Traditional
        Il Lotto 52, 2 Million Annuity, Traditional
        Fl Lotto, 53, 3 Million Annuity, Traditional
        Tx Lotto Texas, 54, ??? Annuity, Traditional
        Ny Lotto, 59, 3 Million Annuity, Bonus Ball

        Wisconsin SuperCash and MA Ca$h WinFall are both lump sum. MA Megabucks is annuity-only. New Jersey Pick-6 starts at $2 million; Lotto Texas $4 million.

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          Posted: September 21, 2006, 10:17 am - IP Logged

          If anyone else wants to correct that feel free. I did it in a hurry.