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What is a FREE PLAY?

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Posted: June 10, 2007, 9:02 pm - IP Logged

Only a free play , not a cash prize. 

Some tickets could worth a free play. Is this a ticket traded for another ticket? 

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    Posted: June 10, 2007, 9:06 pm - IP Logged

    A free play means you get another ticket free. You've won it.  That happens to me quite often. I keep hoping  I'll win a jackpot from one of the tickets.


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      Posted: June 10, 2007, 9:08 pm - IP Logged

      The lotteries could be a little easier on North America.

      Anyway, this is nice for small games. 


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        Posted: June 10, 2007, 9:20 pm - IP Logged

        Only a free play , not a cash prize. 

        Some tickets could worth a free play. Is this a ticket traded for another ticket? 

        It's a quick pick as payment.

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          Posted: June 10, 2007, 9:32 pm - IP Logged

          It can also be part of a promotion, currently in Washington D.C. DCDaily6 is giving a free 2 lines for each 6 lines you buy. $1.00 quick pick for each $3.00 you spend. . Lets see how the free QPicks work!

          The slips have 10 lines each for $5 so now you fill three per card. The guys who sell the tickets let me know immediately the promotion started today. I wish everybody out there could meet these "lottery clerks" I'll post some pix on the blog.  DC's lottery should give these gentle men and woman who work at this location bonuses monthly. They sell some serious ticket volume, all day long, every day!  They are courteous, fast, and helpful to everybody. There are people in there playing 95% of time I buy tix keno, numbers, powerball, hot lotto, rc5, dc65, everything.  I don't think I have ever seen them be rude or angry, except when someone is stealing beer or trying to gamble without funds (that would be free playing). Sem prisa. Buona Noce! Yo falo umo poqueteno Portugese. Bienvenitos hal Poste de Loteria!

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            Posted: June 10, 2007, 9:41 pm - IP Logged

            The lotteries could be a little easier on North America.

            Anyway, this is nice for small games. 

            Are you kidding? I hear in your MegaSena game you not only have to pick 6 numbers from a whopping field of 60, but you have to match 4 to win anything. Now that is pretty hard.


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              Posted: June 10, 2007, 10:02 pm - IP Logged

              Yes, it is hard and somehow weird!

              Brazil use two balls to form each number.

              Numbers range from 01-60. (if 00 is draw , this is changed to 60).

              If you think that 12 balls is to much, wait until you find the Dupla Sena. In this game there is two sets of SENA balls (imagine drawing 24 balls). 

              Well, at least there is more games , not just one. I one time got two  4 of 6  winner tickets  (numbers from 01-50 , need to match 4 of 6 in the second SENA).

              The probabilities for Brazil are harder , in some games more than 66% of the numbers in the draw.  At lest there is the combination option for more numbers  in the ticket , it is possible to play 6-15 of 60 (6-15/50 if is the less expensive Dupla Sena). This mean that  a 15 numbers combination is equivalent to 5005 individual tickets!  Lots of possible prizes ...

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                Posted: June 11, 2007, 11:34 am - IP Logged

                A free play means you get another ticket free. You've won it.  That happens to me quite often. I keep hoping  I'll win a jackpot from one of the tickets.

                SmileME TOO!! I always get free replay and wonder if those could ever be winners???


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                  Posted: June 11, 2007, 2:57 pm - IP Logged

                  It's a quick pick as payment.

                  I was wondering about it. If it was just a quick pick.

                  Ok, this could be inclusive a promotion in some state of U.S.A. too. Very nice. It is good to know. 


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                    Posted: June 11, 2007, 3:02 pm - IP Logged

                    Quina, this is a match 5 game.

                    In Brasil , a person need to match at lest 3 numbers out of 5 in the draw. Sure that the problem is that the numbers are ranged from 01-80!!! For a R$ 0.50 it is possible to play 5 numbers , R$1.00 give the rigth to play 6 numbers and R$2.00 gave 7 numbers!

                     

                    This is the "Lotto" game in Brasil , sure that there is other types of games too ...Approve