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Georgia Jingle Jumbo Bucks-Again! 020-029

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What number have you won the Jingle Bell symbol on, while playing Jingle Jumbo Bucks?

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Posted: December 21, 2010, 5:45 pm - IP Logged

I have seen strange number patterns as well. I think that there may be a correlation between the numbers in the play area, and the next ticket or two. Probably not, but you just never know. What were the prize amounts for numbers 4 and 24? You keep up the Cash 3 wins as well. I used to play online games, but most of the time ended up losing. I did, however win Cash 3, three Sundays in a row, and they were all boxed, so each win was only $40. I might start playing again. I have never won on a quick pick, so that is really lucky for you. I picked all of my numbers, and have started the habit of spending $1 for straight/box on each ticket. Have you won many times before, and if so, do you always use quick picks? The more time goes on, the more I am beginning to believe that the lottery truly is random.

There were no prize amounts for 4 or 24 -- or any of them (that was my problem! :) ) Those were the numbers to match up at the top. I guess I didnt make that clear before.

I only play cash 3 on a whim from time to time. it's usually on a thursday night when there is not Tennesse Cash, Powerball, or Mega Millions to play.

My only other wins have been with the lucky sum. I dont think GA offers this, and I am glad TN does. If the sum of your numbers matches the sum of TN's numbers, no matter how they are picked, you win. The payout isnt much especially on the numbers that fall the most, but 0 1 2, and 7, 8, 9 pay ok. The very first time I played was Cash 4 and I hit the lucky sum for a grand total of $18. Not much, but was exciting nonetheless. My best was several weeks ago when I just KNEW 111 was going to hit. It didnt, but 3 hit for a total of $50 which also is not bad at all.

For a little while I played Cash 3 and 4 like crazy but I had to slow all that down. The payout just isnt enough (particualarly for cash 3) and with 2 drawings a day one can go very broke very fast.

My best method has just been picking a number out of thin air and playing it. I have never won on qp before last night.

One bad thing about TN's games is they are computer generated, so the conspiracy theory is in full effect that they are controlling it.

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    Posted: January 8, 2011, 10:24 pm - IP Logged

    If Georgia ever starts computerized drawings, I will almost certainly quit playing their online games. I KNOW that it is possible to get a computer to do whatever you want it to. It would have to be unattached to the internet for it to be safe, and then how are they going to transmit the winners as fast? If the computer that is selecting the drawing has ever at any time in it's history been exposed to the internet, then there is a chance that someone could attach or remotely execute code which could affect the outcome.

    At least with a ball set, there are safeguards in place that are nearly foolproof if done correctly, video-recorded,  witnessed live and audited. How about the software engineer of the program on computerized drawings? He could have designed the software to secretly pick a certain number on a certain date, and it is possible that no one else would catch it. Seeing as how the daily Cash 3 and Cash 4 games are not pari-mutuel, he could buy 10,000 straight tickets, or he could get someone else to do it.

    What about that guy that bought several hundred or thousand tickets on a Cash 3 or Cash 4 tickets for the exact same number? He claimed that he played a dead relative's (I think it was his grandmother) birthday, and used those as the numbers, after he had a dream with her in it? Makes you wonder. I don't remember exactly, but I think he won $500,000 or $1,000,000, maybe even more. Was this on a computerized drawing? Does anyone remember the story or have the link to it? Who goes and buys hundreds or thousands of dollars worth of tickets on a twice daily game based on a dream?