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Texas Has a New Game Coming

Topic closed. 18 replies. Last post 4 years ago by SergeM.

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Posted: September 6, 2012, 12:46 pm - IP Logged

Interesting game, happily I don't have to reprogram for it.

My opinion is that they should have set the price to 50 cents and to 1 USD.

One daily drawing would have been enough. A lottery isn't a casino!

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    Posted: September 6, 2012, 1:13 pm - IP Logged
    ScoreOdds1:
    12   0,000000372704156,00
    11   0,0000532518778,86
    10   0,00161085620,79
    9   0,0178983855,87
    8   0,0906105311,04
    7   0,231962954,31
    6   0,315727353,17
    5   0,231962954,31
    4   0,0906105311,04
    3   0,0178983855,87
    2   0,00161085620,79
    1   0,0000532518778,86
    0   0,000000372704156,00

    Expectancy:
    Loss of 44% or 88 cents/bet.

    No payout:
    0,77965324
    OR
    1:1,28262148

     


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      Posted: September 6, 2012, 1:30 pm - IP Logged

      Sounds like a version of Keno.

      Modern Keno: 70 numbers 20 drawn
      Play: pick 2 to pick 10

      This game: 24 numbers 12 drawn
      Play: pick 12 only

      In my calculation, for the expectancy, the taxes were not included.
      If you lose 44% average, you still have to add the taxes to your average loss.

      There is no Keno in Texas.

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        Posted: September 6, 2012, 2:15 pm - IP Logged

         

        Picking all even numbers is the same than picking all odd numbers.
        Just look at the payout!