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# I need help making a "full lottery wheel" but I want to included a key number

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 Posted: August 17, 2012, 3:23 pm - IP Logged

I am trying to create a full lottery wheel and included the filter... but, i also what to add a key number... How do i do this!!! Please HELP!!

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 Posted: August 20, 2012, 10:26 am - IP Logged

I am trying to create a full lottery wheel and included the filter... but, i also what to add a key number... How do i do this!!! Please HELP!!

I think that cost a Lot I sure would live to know how its done?

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 Posted: August 27, 2012, 3:54 pm - IP Logged

I think that cost a Lot I sure would live to know how its done?

If you wanted to play a full Rolling Cash 5 wheel using one key number, it would cost \$73,815. A full 6/49 lotto wheel with one key number costs over \$1.7 million. A full MM wheel to match 5 + 0 with a key is \$341,055 and PB is \$848,540.

The object here is to pick one number, hope it hits, and be guaranteed of winning the jackpot. You're right, the is cost high and might be more than the winnings if there are multiple winners in pick-5 and lotto type games. The MM and PB bets are for matching 5 + 0, but it would reduce the odds of hitting the jackpot to 46 to 1 and 35 to 1 when the key number was drawn.

If you're interested in a much smaller gamble (under \$20), put the other 38 RC5 numbers into four number groups with 10 lines or do the same with MM with 14 lines and PB with 15. You could play a 6/49 game for \$10 too by putting the other 48 numbers in groups of five. The best bet of the those four is probably RC5 because there is a 13% chance of matching any key number an you're guaranteed to collect at least \$4 when your key number hits and can still match 2, 3, or 4 numbers if it doesn't.

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