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Lucky For Life

Topic closed. 46 replies. Last post 10 years ago by hypersoniq.

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sirbrad's avatar - Lottery-062.jpg
United States
Member #22983
October 6, 2005
2226 Posts
Posted: February 3, 2007, 4:38 am - IP Logged

"You'd be happy with a jackpot prize of $500"


LOL probably true.

    hypersoniq's avatar - 8ball
    United States
    Member #1340
    April 6, 2003
    2450 Posts
    Posted: February 8, 2007, 7:51 pm - IP Logged

    I won't mourn the loss of LFL. I didn't play it. Same with Match6.

    I won't bother with Bait & Switch (err... Mix & Match) either...

    When will the idiots in Harrisburg finally get the fact that we (PAplayers) Are not all that excited about playing a $2 ticket for peanut prizes when PB still only sets you back $1 (Unless you CHOOSE Powerplay)?

    Here were the problems with the games listed

    1) LFL. Doing the math, a Job at Burger King pays more. Not that checks would be bad, but not worth the odds you had to beat to win.

    2.) Match6. You can only pick one line, they pick the other 2. For $2 I would want to pick all 3 lines. (Notice the rarity of payouts for matching 10+?)

    3.) M&M. $2, one line. SMALL payout. Who cares about the small matrix when the ticket is twice as much as the Cash5 (Which mostly gets hit every night).

    I swore off the dailies, never bothered with the $2 games, that leaves me with the PB and once every few years when the cash5 rolls to over 1,000,000 (then I spend a buck)

    They can make all the new games they want, but at $2 a pop, don't expect the best sales.

    Playing more than one ticket per game is betting against yourself.