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Ohio Rolling Cash 5: $616,000

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Posted: December 29, 2006, 8:34 pm - IP Logged

Sort of makes you wonder now? $616,000 Jackpot for a 5 of 39 draw!

You would think there could be multiple winners for Saturday's Drawing?

But, I'm sure that many players thought that tonight with a $507,000 Jackpot?

I did, and played "lightly". It will rise again, so don't bet the "ranch" tomorrow. 

Good Fortune to "All" that Play for Saturday's nice year ending Jackpot amount! 

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    Posted: December 29, 2006, 9:17 pm - IP Logged

    I've been chasing this jackpot since it went above $250,000 and doing worst every drawing.  Before tonight I played the 25 lines I posted on the prediction board and the best I could do was match two three times for $3.  Tonight I did even worst when I played the 18 lines I posted and matched 2 once for $1.

    You don't see many lotteries that have a prize that pays more than it would cost to buy every possible combinations these days.  I may skip MegaMillions tonight and put it all on RC5 tomorrow.

     * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
       
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      Posted: December 29, 2006, 11:47 pm - IP Logged


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        Posted: December 30, 2006, 12:55 pm - IP Logged

        I predict RC5 will be won tonight and not by me, I hope I'm only half right.

         * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
           
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          Posted: December 30, 2006, 1:46 pm - IP Logged

          Sort of makes you wonder now? $616,000 Jackpot for a 5 of 39 draw!

          You would think there could be multiple winners for Saturday's Drawing?

          But, I'm sure that many players thought that tonight with a $507,000 Jackpot?

          I did, and played "lightly". It will rise again, so don't bet the "ranch" tomorrow. 

          Good Fortune to "All" that Play for Saturday's nice year ending Jackpot amount! 

          If you compare the RC5 to a dollar scratch off, you get more for your buck so people are buying 5 auto picks.

          "Sort of makes you wonder now?"

          The jackpot was $619,000 on September 2, 2006 and probably for the same reason; no randomly generated auto picks matched the drawn numbers. Either somebody will get lucky and buy the right auto pick tonight or the jackpot will be over 700 grand on Monday.

          There are 575,757 possible combinations so it depends on how many auto picks are bought.

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            Posted: December 30, 2006, 2:15 pm - IP Logged

            RJOh,

            I've read where you have a system that costs about $20 to play and I have something that you might consider. Have you ever thought about keying on only 3 numbers and playing those 3 numbers with the other 36 numbers at a cost of $18?

            You can get something back even if none of your 3 numbers are drawn, you still can win a buck. If only 1 number is drawn, you are guaranteed at least 2 bucks with a possibility of $10.

            Having 2 of your numbers drawn is when it starts getting interesting. The worst you can do is getting 2 $10 winners and 16 $1 winners or you could have 1 $300 winner and 17 $1 winners. Hit all three of you numbers and you are guaranteed 2 $300 winners with 16 $10 winners or get lucky and catch all 5.

            Not a bad play especially when the jackpot is over $250,000.

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              Posted: December 30, 2006, 4:39 pm - IP Logged

              Stack,

              I usually spend $10-$20 but I would spend more if I had more to lose.  My system is limited by what I can afford to lose.  Using the prediction board I have tested many scenarios and haven't found one that works consistently better than any other, I'm beginning to think winning anything more than $1 or $2 is a matter of luck if you only spend $10-$20. 

              Good luck if you pick your numbers that way.

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                Posted: December 30, 2006, 9:43 pm - IP Logged

                I predict RC5 will be won tonight and not by me, I hope I'm only half right.

                My prediction was half right, I didn't win RC5 and neither did anyone else.  It rolled to over $700K, so I'll give it another try next year. 

                 * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                   
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                  Posted: December 30, 2006, 9:52 pm - IP Logged

                  RJOh,

                  I've read where you have a system that costs about $20 to play and I have something that you might consider. Have you ever thought about keying on only 3 numbers and playing those 3 numbers with the other 36 numbers at a cost of $18?

                  You can get something back even if none of your 3 numbers are drawn, you still can win a buck. If only 1 number is drawn, you are guaranteed at least 2 bucks with a possibility of $10.

                  Having 2 of your numbers drawn is when it starts getting interesting. The worst you can do is getting 2 $10 winners and 16 $1 winners or you could have 1 $300 winner and 17 $1 winners. Hit all three of you numbers and you are guaranteed 2 $300 winners with 16 $10 winners or get lucky and catch all 5.

                  Not a bad play especially when the jackpot is over $250,000.

                  Ohio RC5 is a 5/39 game.  Using three of the numbers as key numbers leave 36 numbers for 630 combinations of twos.  If one of the key numbers is not one of the winning numbers then your chances of matching 2 are 10/630. If one of them is then your chances of matching 2 are 1/18 and matching 3 are 6/630.  Your chances of matching 2 are 1/10 normally without a strategy.

                   * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                     
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                    Posted: December 31, 2006, 12:52 am - IP Logged

                    Ohio RC5 is a 5/39 game.  Using three of the numbers as key numbers leave 36 numbers for 630 combinations of twos.  If one of the key numbers is not one of the winning numbers then your chances of matching 2 are 10/630. If one of them is then your chances of matching 2 are 1/18 and matching 3 are 6/630.  Your chances of matching 2 are 1/10 normally without a strategy.

                    For $630 you would win the jackpot IF all 3 of your key numbers hit, but I was talking about only using each of the other 36 number once with 3 key numbers for a total of $18. The idea here is to hit the 3 key numbers with a small chance (3%) of hitting the jackpot for an amount of money that is reasonable. I'm not saying this is the best play on an $18 budget.

                    I talked to a guy tonight that played 20 auto picks and only got a buck back.

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                      Posted: December 31, 2006, 11:42 am - IP Logged

                      For $630 you would win the jackpot IF all 3 of your key numbers hit, but I was talking about only using each of the other 36 number once with 3 key numbers for a total of $18. The idea here is to hit the 3 key numbers with a small chance (3%) of hitting the jackpot for an amount of money that is reasonable. I'm not saying this is the best play on an $18 budget.

                      I talked to a guy tonight that played 20 auto picks and only got a buck back.

                      IF is the key word and random element in all the different strategies used to play lotteries.  Ohio Rolling Cash5 has had 700 drawings since it started 10/04/2004.  In the last 500 drawings the following happened:

                      1. Eight of those drawings didn't have a number from the previous seven drawings.
                      2. In seven of those drawing all 5 winning numbers were from the previous four drawings.
                      3. Ten of those drawings had three numbers from the previous drawing.
                      4. Eight of those drawings had all even numbers.
                      5. Twelve of those drawings had all odd numbers.

                      IF #1. was true next time then I could pick the winning numbers from a group of 17 numbers.

                      IF #2. was true next time then I could pick the winning numbers from a group of 16 numbers.

                      IF #3. was true next time then I could win $10 by buying a $1 ticket with the most recent combination of 09 23 30 31 36 or a $1000 by buying 100 of these tickets.  Or I could use all 10 combinations of threes as key numbers and play all 630 combinations for each set and win the $700K+ jackpot plus numerous smaller prizes totaling close to $1M.

                      IF #4. was true next time then I could pick the winning numbers from a group of 19 numbers.

                      IF #5. was true next time then I could pick the winning numbers from a group of 20 numbers.

                      I have a lot of facts and figures but I don't know IF any of them will be true for the next drawing so the odds are I would probably do just as well or bad playing 10 QPs, but I'm a system player and don't think that way.

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                        Posted: January 2, 2007, 3:56 pm - IP Logged

                        Interesting......

                        With the jackpot of almost $850,000 and odds of getting it 1 in 575757 now would definetly be a good time to play!

                        Brad

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                          Posted: January 2, 2007, 4:30 pm - IP Logged

                          I played the 20 lines I posted on the prediction board yesterday and got back 11 of the $20 I spent so I will probably play again today.  I'll probably pick some combinations using some of those observations I mentioned in my earlier post.  Good luck if you play too.

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                            IF is the key word and random element in all the different strategies used to play lotteries.  Ohio Rolling Cash5 has had 700 drawings since it started 10/04/2004.  In the last 500 drawings the following happened:

                            1. Eight of those drawings didn't have a number from the previous seven drawings.
                            2. In seven of those drawing all 5 winning numbers were from the previous four drawings.
                            3. Ten of those drawings had three numbers from the previous drawing.
                            4. Eight of those drawings had all even numbers.
                            5. Twelve of those drawings had all odd numbers.

                            IF #1. was true next time then I could pick the winning numbers from a group of 17 numbers.

                            IF #2. was true next time then I could pick the winning numbers from a group of 16 numbers.

                            IF #3. was true next time then I could win $10 by buying a $1 ticket with the most recent combination of 09 23 30 31 36 or a $1000 by buying 100 of these tickets.  Or I could use all 10 combinations of threes as key numbers and play all 630 combinations for each set and win the $700K+ jackpot plus numerous smaller prizes totaling close to $1M.

                            IF #4. was true next time then I could pick the winning numbers from a group of 19 numbers.

                            IF #5. was true next time then I could pick the winning numbers from a group of 20 numbers.

                            I have a lot of facts and figures but I don't know IF any of them will be true for the next drawing so the odds are I would probably do just as well or bad playing 10 QPs, but I'm a system player and don't think that way.

                            I think I'd go with #2 and go after the jackpot from these numbers..

                            Either way RJOH, good luck tonight...!

                                                                         

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                              Posted: January 2, 2007, 7:21 pm - IP Logged

                              IF is the key word and random element in all the different strategies used to play lotteries.  Ohio Rolling Cash5 has had 700 drawings since it started 10/04/2004.  In the last 500 drawings the following happened:

                              1. Eight of those drawings didn't have a number from the previous seven drawings.
                              2. In seven of those drawing all 5 winning numbers were from the previous four drawings.
                              3. Ten of those drawings had three numbers from the previous drawing.
                              4. Eight of those drawings had all even numbers.
                              5. Twelve of those drawings had all odd numbers.

                              IF #1. was true next time then I could pick the winning numbers from a group of 17 numbers.

                              IF #2. was true next time then I could pick the winning numbers from a group of 16 numbers.

                              IF #3. was true next time then I could win $10 by buying a $1 ticket with the most recent combination of 09 23 30 31 36 or a $1000 by buying 100 of these tickets.  Or I could use all 10 combinations of threes as key numbers and play all 630 combinations for each set and win the $700K+ jackpot plus numerous smaller prizes totaling close to $1M.

                              IF #4. was true next time then I could pick the winning numbers from a group of 19 numbers.

                              IF #5. was true next time then I could pick the winning numbers from a group of 20 numbers.

                              I have a lot of facts and figures but I don't know IF any of them will be true for the next drawing so the odds are I would probably do just as well or bad playing 10 QPs, but I'm a system player and don't think that way.

                              RJ,

                              I have some comments I wanted to make yesterday but decided to wait until this huge Jackpot is hit because I didn't want to vibrate any bad karma. I'd like to hear your opinions on keying on 3 numbers and playing the 18 combinations with them.