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becoming a pick 3/4 millionaire

Topic closed. 19 replies. Last post 9 years ago by time*treat.

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Posted: March 9, 2008, 3:27 am - IP Logged

Hello all,

My question to you is simply this,  do you think it is possible over time to become a pick 3 / pick 4 millionaire by using "all states", being lucky, throw in a little strategy for good measure and  a saying a little prayer? This is based on playing online which we can't do anymore, but just curious. I miss the good ol' days.

Health, Wealth and Happiness to you all. 

Most lottery "winners" win with pcik 3's and 4's.  Becoming a millionaire depends on how consistently you play and win I guess.

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    Posted: March 9, 2008, 3:10 pm - IP Logged

    I believe with God all things are possible. God willing and you can do anything:)

    I'm looking into a system with the pick fours that I believe will pay off in just that way. (I want 3-5 million) I haven't given it a full test run yet, but it looks promising.

    as far as playing online, there is a link that leads to another site that allows you to play pick 3's and 4's any state you choice. or at least you could since last week when I emailed the webmaster.

    So, yes I believe that it is possible to become a millionare in pick 4's...

    not sure about pick 3's....

    is it probable?....we'll see.

    "know your limitations, but excede your expectations"

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      Posted: March 9, 2008, 4:00 pm - IP Logged

      I would hate to know how much someone who won $1M on a pick 3/4 spent to get that level of winnings. You would be better off spending money in a casino IMO for lower prized games since they have a better rate of return, especially after tax.

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        Posted: March 9, 2008, 5:50 pm - IP Logged

        I would hate to know how much someone who won $1M on a pick 3/4 spent to get that level of winnings. You would be better off spending money in a casino IMO for lower prized games since they have a better rate of return, especially after tax.

        If you believe what Steve Player says in those newsletter/advertisements you'd think he was a billionaire playing the Pick 3 and 4. The pictures of the winning tickets may be real but I bet he had to spend almost as much as he won back or even more than that to get them. The man or whatever company he represents are one of the slickest marketers I've ever seen.

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          Posted: March 9, 2008, 6:12 pm - IP Logged

          There might be people that over a number of years that have cashed 2000 straight tickets, but they probably spent over 900k. For somebody to actually make a profit of over a million playing the pick-3, it would most likely be a 3 or 4 bet parlay.  They would have to be very lucky to do that playing pick-4 too and they would have to pay taxes and it's more likely that someone might make one $200 bet on a whim than somebody betting $2000.

          In all forms of gambling, people experience lucky streaks and the trick is to ride the streak, increasing their bets and knowing when the streak is over. It's possible somebody could become a millionaire playing the pick-3 and not from finding a super system but from having an incredible run of good luck.

          To me, being a millionaire means having minimum $1,000,000 after all expenses are covered. That was the basis for my reply to the OP. By the standard of simply having collected a total $1,000,000 over the course of play, one could say the same for working 30 years at a job paying $35,000 per year. 'Don't need a system to do that, just a job.

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