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Posted: August 19, 2009, 11:14 am - IP Logged

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Relax,Bigdaddy has your number!!!!!

Pi is the way...

turning $30 or less into thousands everyday!!

here we go steelers ..here we go---------stairway to seven 

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    Posted: August 19, 2009, 3:08 pm - IP Logged

    this is a pick 5 forum, not pick 4.

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      Posted: August 19, 2009, 3:41 pm - IP Logged

      this is a pick 5 forum, not pick 4.

      quinto is a pick 5 game

      Relax,Bigdaddy has your number!!!!!

      Pi is the way...

      turning $30 or less into thousands everyday!!

      here we go steelers ..here we go---------stairway to seven 

      TIME FOR THE LOMBARDI TROPHY TO  COME  HOME..

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        Posted: August 19, 2009, 3:55 pm - IP Logged

        quinto is a pick 5 game

        I always have struggled with this myself:  how does one classify Quinto games?  I would tend to agree that it is a "pick 5" game. 

        One bit of terminology I have come up with to try and separate Quinto games (as well as Pick 3 and Pick 4 games) from lotto games where all the numbers are drawn from one number pool is to call them "numbers games".  (Harkening back to the old days when people "ran numbers", before the state loteries existed.)

        So I called Quinto a "Pick 5 Numbers game".

        This just seemed like a good place to describe the concept -- not suggesting that this post is in the wrong forum or anything.

        Continuing on...

        Washington, D.C. has just come out with a new game called DC-5 (Midday and Evening), which is played just like PA's Quinto game, and in fact even uses the same prize structure.  To me, this is good news -- I'd like to see more of the same, I like Quinto.

        In the reverse, recently there have been several Pick 4 games that are like traditional lotto games where all the numbers are drawn from one number pool.  (Such as Washington's Match 4 game.) 

        This overlap of games and terminology reinforces the need to use words like "numbers game" as opposed to "lotto games".  Even though "lotto games" include all of the above, I think people tend to associate them with games like 6/49, etc., rather than Pick 3/4 numbers games.

        What do you think?

         

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          Posted: August 23, 2009, 7:53 pm - IP Logged

          I always have struggled with this myself:  how does one classify Quinto games?  I would tend to agree that it is a "pick 5" game. 

          One bit of terminology I have come up with to try and separate Quinto games (as well as Pick 3 and Pick 4 games) from lotto games where all the numbers are drawn from one number pool is to call them "numbers games".  (Harkening back to the old days when people "ran numbers", before the state loteries existed.)

          So I called Quinto a "Pick 5 Numbers game".

          This just seemed like a good place to describe the concept -- not suggesting that this post is in the wrong forum or anything.

          Continuing on...

          Washington, D.C. has just come out with a new game called DC-5 (Midday and Evening), which is played just like PA's Quinto game, and in fact even uses the same prize structure.  To me, this is good news -- I'd like to see more of the same, I like Quinto.

          In the reverse, recently there have been several Pick 4 games that are like traditional lotto games where all the numbers are drawn from one number pool.  (Such as Washington's Match 4 game.) 

          This overlap of games and terminology reinforces the need to use words like "numbers game" as opposed to "lotto games".  Even though "lotto games" include all of the above, I think people tend to associate them with games like 6/49, etc., rather than Pick 3/4 numbers games.

          What do you think?

          I think you are right on. P3, P4, and Quinto to me are "numbers" games. The jackpot games are "lotto" games. Maybe if more states add Quinto type games you could create a forum for it like P3, and P4.

          I sure wish Tx would start a Quinto game. It would beat the Cash 5 which pays 25k or less and is parimutuel with odds over 435000 to 1.

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            Posted: August 24, 2009, 9:10 pm - IP Logged

            I think you are right on. P3, P4, and Quinto to me are "numbers" games. The jackpot games are "lotto" games. Maybe if more states add Quinto type games you could create a forum for it like P3, and P4.

            I sure wish Tx would start a Quinto game. It would beat the Cash 5 which pays 25k or less and is parimutuel with odds over 435000 to 1.

            With the front 3, back 3, front 4, and back 4 features, players can play pick-3 and pick-4 all in the same game. Quinto would be an excellent game for states will low volume pick-3 and pick-4 games by simply adding the box option.

            Most rolling jackpot pick-5 games start out at $100,000 which is less than 25% of the game odds; Quinto is a much better bet.

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              Posted: August 24, 2009, 10:38 pm - IP Logged

              With the front 3, back 3, front 4, and back 4 features, players can play pick-3 and pick-4 all in the same game. Quinto would be an excellent game for states will low volume pick-3 and pick-4 games by simply adding the box option.

              Most rolling jackpot pick-5 games start out at $100,000 which is less than 25% of the game odds; Quinto is a much better bet.

              Please don't forget, though, that whenever Pennsylvania brings out a new game [Mix & Match, Quinto, etc.] it DOUBLES the ticket price!

               

              So please do not forget that Quinto costs $2.00 to play it Straight and another $2.00 to play it Boxed!


              I'd rather play EIGHT Pick 4 numbers BOXED for that kind of money!

              And once I won a few boxed Pick 4 numbers, MAYBE I'd throw some $$ at Quinto.

               

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                Posted: August 25, 2009, 10:01 am - IP Logged

                Please don't forget, though, that whenever Pennsylvania brings out a new game [Mix & Match, Quinto, etc.] it DOUBLES the ticket price!

                 

                So please do not forget that Quinto costs $2.00 to play it Straight and another $2.00 to play it Boxed!


                I'd rather play EIGHT Pick 4 numbers BOXED for that kind of money!

                And once I won a few boxed Pick 4 numbers, MAYBE I'd throw some $$ at Quinto.

                 

                "Always tell the truth. That will astonish some and gratify the rest."

                - President Harry S. Truman

                Unless they recently changed it, all the Quinto betting options are a $1. The only difference between Quinto and the PA pick-3 and pick-4 is you can't make $.50 bets.