|Posted: January 20, 2010, 12:07 pm - IP Logged|
Pick-4 Simulated Lottery Pool
Today, Wednesday, January 20, 2010 we will start running our daily number simulated lottery Pick-4 Pool.
Anyone can participate in the simulated pool; we normally have a pool for $10.00, $25.00, $50.00 and $100.00 for members of my Player’s Club. For this forum we will have a $10.00 (Minimum) simulated pool.
There can be 100 participants to the pool; each member will represent their own state that is they will theoretically be playing in their own state for the pool.
You will have $10.00 to play in your state game; we recommend that you play TEN (10) numbers, Fifty cents straight, and Fifty cents boxed for the simulation. TEN (10) numbers x $1.00 equal the cost of the pool of $10.00.
The default Pick-4 numbers to play for the pool can be obtained from my Blog;
here on the Lottery Post, you can play these numbers, select your own TEN (10) numbers to play, or play the state specific Pick-4 numbers selected by our computers for today.
Please note that this simulated game will be for the Evening Draw Game Only!
I will start off the Pool for the state of New York, the grid below will show who is playing and where and we will post the numbers they are playing in this simulated game to this thread. Once the grid is filled up (100 members) we will close that pool unless we have enough members to play, in which case we will start another grid for Pool #2. Post your entries to this thread so ALL can see what we are doing. Since this is a simulated game we can have entries up until the close of the draw games, so people on the west coast can play up until their game shuts down while members on the east coast like myself Pick-4 game would have already have run so we would have the daily results.
There are 100 participants each putting in $10.00 so whatever is won in your state’s game would be shared by ALL members in the pool. So let’s say you hit for $2500.00 on a straight bet, each member of the pool would get $25.00 from the straight bet and $1.00 from the boxed bet.