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Posted: June 26, 2011, 11:07 am - IP Logged

Hi everyone,

I have a demi-decent reading on this evening's drawing.  When I say semi-decent' what I mean is I have it narrowed down to about 14 numbers.  I just noticed on my wheel (Wheel five) I can play 20 #'s for $385.00 for a 4/5 pick.  Has anyone ever done thie before? If so, what are your thoughts?  Even if you haven't done this before I am curious to know your thoughts as I imagine everyone here has a greater understanding of this software / wheeling than I do.

Thank you in advance - Zippy

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    Posted: June 26, 2011, 11:27 am - IP Logged

    Hi All,

    I have a good feeling on tonight's drawing.  It's a pick 5 drawing and I have been using the smartluck sw and my own intuition to narrow down the #'s.  I have 14 #'s out of 35.  I just realized I can wheel for a 4/5 PICK with 20#'s for $385.00 

    Has anyone ever done this?  What are thoughts on hitting the jackpot when wheeling 4/5 opposed to 5/5?  I tried to post on a smartluck forum but it was closed so I posted someplace else and started this new thread.  Any insight is appreciated..... the drawing is this evening.  Thanks and be well - Zip

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      Posted: June 26, 2011, 12:38 pm - IP Logged

      Hi All,

      I have a good feeling on tonight's drawing.  It's a pick 5 drawing and I have been using the smartluck sw and my own intuition to narrow down the #'s.  I have 14 #'s out of 35.  I just realized I can wheel for a 4/5 PICK with 20#'s for $385.00 

      Has anyone ever done this?  What are thoughts on hitting the jackpot when wheeling 4/5 opposed to 5/5?  I tried to post on a smartluck forum but it was closed so I posted someplace else and started this new thread.  Any insight is appreciated..... the drawing is this evening.  Thanks and be well - Zip

      I've had a million "good feelings" over the years but never so good that I'd bet $385.00 on em.

      Just my opinion.

      Oh, and most of em were wrong.


                                                   
                           
                                               

       

       

       

       

                                                                                                         

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        Posted: June 26, 2011, 12:49 pm - IP Logged

        Hi everyone,

        I have a demi-decent reading on this evening's drawing.  When I say semi-decent' what I mean is I have it narrowed down to about 14 numbers.  I just noticed on my wheel (Wheel five) I can play 20 #'s for $385.00 for a 4/5 pick.  Has anyone ever done thie before? If so, what are your thoughts?  Even if you haven't done this before I am curious to know your thoughts as I imagine everyone here has a greater understanding of this software / wheeling than I do.

        Thank you in advance - Zippy

        Depends on how many numbers are in the total number pool and the payout you'd get at 4 of 5.  For example if there are less than 40 numbers in the pool and the payout is greater than $385 for 4 of 5 then it may be worth it.

         

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          Posted: June 26, 2011, 1:22 pm - IP Logged

          If we don't take a chance we don't win. 

          It's a pick 5/35 - If I wheel 20 #'s for a 4/5 shot I stand to win my money back plus a little extra.  It's 20 #'s out of 35 and I feel strongly about the #'s.  Maybe not all 20 but I feel really great about 12 of them.  Is there a shot at the jackpot when you use a 4/5 wheel?

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            Depends on how many numbers are in the total number pool and the payout you'd get at 4 of 5.  For example if there are less than 40 numbers in the pool and the payout is greater than $385 for 4 of 5 then it may be worth it.

            Hi  Todd,

            Thanks for your reply. 

            The game is 5/35.  I will be wheeling 20 #'s on the 4/5 wheel.   IF I have 4 of the correct #'s I will win back $450 which will cover the bet.  Is there a possibility that a jackpot could be hit when wheeling this way?

            Thanks again - Zipp

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              Posted: June 26, 2011, 1:29 pm - IP Logged

              Hi everyone,

              I have a demi-decent reading on this evening's drawing.  When I say semi-decent' what I mean is I have it narrowed down to about 14 numbers.  I just noticed on my wheel (Wheel five) I can play 20 #'s for $385.00 for a 4/5 pick.  Has anyone ever done thie before? If so, what are your thoughts?  Even if you haven't done this before I am curious to know your thoughts as I imagine everyone here has a greater understanding of this software / wheeling than I do.

              Thank you in advance - Zippy

              I suppose if you or a group have $385 to lose, why not.  But I've never had any luck having all the winning numbers in a group less than 20.  Also I've found when I've played more than 20 lines, any additional winnings didn't cover the cost of the additional lines so I usually just stick with a 20 lines limit regardless of how good I feel about the numbers I pick.

               * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                 
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                Posted: June 26, 2011, 1:40 pm - IP Logged

                I've had a million "good feelings" over the years but never so good that I'd bet $385.00 on em.

                Just my opinion.

                Oh, and most of em were wrong.

                LOL

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                  If we don't take a chance we don't win. 

                  It's a pick 5/35 - If I wheel 20 #'s for a 4/5 shot I stand to win my money back plus a little extra.  It's 20 #'s out of 35 and I feel strongly about the #'s.  Maybe not all 20 but I feel really great about 12 of them.  Is there a shot at the jackpot when you use a 4/5 wheel?

                  Yeah, as long as you have all 5 winning numbers in your wheel.


                                                               
                                       
                                                           

                   

                   

                   

                   

                                                                                                                     

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                    Posted: June 26, 2011, 2:06 pm - IP Logged

                    Yeah, as long as you have all 5 winning numbers in your wheel.

                     Thank you!

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                       Thank you!

                      You're welcome and good luck.

                      I hope you bust the big one!  Thumbs Up


                                                                   
                                           
                                                               

                       

                       

                       

                       

                                                                                                                         

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                        Posted: June 26, 2011, 2:26 pm - IP Logged

                        Hi  Todd,

                        Thanks for your reply. 

                        The game is 5/35.  I will be wheeling 20 #'s on the 4/5 wheel.   IF I have 4 of the correct #'s I will win back $450 which will cover the bet.  Is there a possibility that a jackpot could be hit when wheeling this way?

                        Thanks again - Zipp

                        Of course, ANY ticket can win the jackpot.  A wheel guarantees the minimum prize if a certain number of your numbers match those drawn, not the maximum prize -- which is always the jackpot.

                         

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                          Of course, ANY ticket can win the jackpot.  A wheel guarantees the minimum prize if a certain number of your numbers match those drawn, not the maximum prize -- which is always the jackpot.

                          Good point - thank you!

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                            Posted: June 26, 2011, 10:00 pm - IP Logged

                            Hi All,

                            I have a good feeling on tonight's drawing.  It's a pick 5 drawing and I have been using the smartluck sw and my own intuition to narrow down the #'s.  I have 14 #'s out of 35.  I just realized I can wheel for a 4/5 PICK with 20#'s for $385.00 

                            Has anyone ever done this?  What are thoughts on hitting the jackpot when wheeling 4/5 opposed to 5/5?  I tried to post on a smartluck forum but it was closed so I posted someplace else and started this new thread.  Any insight is appreciated..... the drawing is this evening.  Thanks and be well - Zip

                            I have merged your 2 separate topics together.  When posting about a topic, please do not create multiple threads.  Keep it all within ONE thread.

                             

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                              Use the gh "w" section and it gives the best picks.  Then wheel them.  Chart 6 works good as far as winners.  Use the least out the go to chart "e" and see what group is due.

                               

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