|Posted: July 3, 2012, 8:49 am - IP Logged|
I was wondering what I should do when it comes to playing Mass Cash. Mass Cash is a 5/35 game that costs a dollar to play and the drawings are 7 days a week. If you get all 5 numbers you win 100K. I try to play at least 3 or 4 days a week sometimes more , buying 1 ticket per draw. Considering Mass Cash has the best odds compared to MM or PB you would think I might have somewhat of a chance of winning or at least getting 4 out of the 5 numbers. The odds of getting all 5 numbers are 1 in 324,632. Lately I've been wondering if I should play the daily numbers instead. I've only played the daily numbers a few times and to be honest I get a bit confused understanding how it all works. It seems that to be able to have a chance of winning in all ways you have to spend more than a dollar. Also I don't like the fact that if you win an amount that lets say is 650 dollars you have to go to the Head Lottery Office and fill out a claim form. Any win over 500 dollars is taxed and I really wish it could be more than that amount before you have to fill out a claim form and be taxed on your winnings. The reason I was even asking this question is because all I've ever won was 10 dollars by getting 3 out of the 5 numbers and I'm feeling a bit discouraged. Granted compared to MM or PB the odds are much greater that a person could win the jackpot (on the other hand 100k is not the same as winning a jackpot in the millions and it's also less than getting 5 numbers in MM or PB). I was just wondering people's thoughts on this. Thanks for any input you may have.