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Need 7 spot Keno wheel (or Lotto7)

Topic closed. 2 replies. Last post 11 years ago by Wintariofan.

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derek7's avatar - speedykat
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United States
Member #34578
March 4, 2006
198 Posts
Posted: March 19, 2007, 12:41 am - IP Logged


I am looking for any 6-hit wheels for 7 spot KENO. Otherwords:

6 if X out of Y in Z combinations (for 7 spot tickets)

X can be large number if it takes cost down (Z variable)


In the worst case Lotto 7 wheel will do (6 if 7 out of Y in Z combinations)

Does anybody have something like this handy...?



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    United States
    Member #50877
    March 19, 2007
    1 Posts
    Posted: March 19, 2007, 9:36 am - IP Logged

    Have you tried google? pick 7 wheels or something like that.

    Also, look for "peter lotto wheels" this is a website with lots of free wheels.

      Kingston, Ontario
      Member #46867
      October 5, 2006
      106 Posts
      Posted: March 20, 2007, 7:58 am - IP Logged

      Derek ... I have a system that works on Keno ... that is 1-70 ... I have won over $25,000 on it since 2004.  It's the easiest system and will only cost you $20...based on 7 #'s/$2 wagers on each. 

      It doesn't involve a wheel or moving numbers around, it doesn't even entail looking at what's hot or what's not.  Simple get a blank selection slip and void the first box.  You will keep track of everything you do on that voided play box. 

      First choose 7 #'s.  One from each field roughly...e.g 1, 15, 27, 38, 46, 55, 68

      Now write those in the voided box (so you don't play them again).

      Now for your second ticket, pick 7 different numbers, again once per     2, 11, 23, 36, 47, 51, 66

      Also mark those in voided play area.  At the end of doing all this you will have played every number once, you will have 10 tickets. 

      This is the beautiful part.  It your first page of ticket(s) has only 5 numbers.  That means your last two pages (6 tickets) have the other 15 numbers on them.    The trick is to have one page with no numbers on it, meaning that all 20 numbers would be on youir next 6 tickets (since you have played every number once).

      I won $10,000, a few $2,000, several $500 wins.  You can also do your tickets this way as a 6 spots, however you will have 4#'s left over at the end.   

      Hope this helps....