|Posted: November 15, 2013, 9:09 am - IP Logged|
Yes, one group or the other could make it.
Then again, there is another method that shows to use 9,5,6 to build combinations, or even 2, 1, 5. Each 3 numbers make 3 pairs, each pair can be unreveled into 30 tickets, so 956 would make 90 tickets, and 215 also 90 tickets. This is not something everyone can afford or decide to risk.
Myself I'd play 956 Straight, one ticket, and make pairs: 3 X4= 12 pairs. 12 pairs because the three pairs have to be flipped and also played as Front and Back. Then I'd play 215 as Straight ticket, and make 12 pairs. Also, I'd play 956 and 215 as Box, just to try and win $80. If one pair hits or may be even two I'd spend $28 and win $50 or $100. If Box hits also, then this is extra $80. If Straight hits it's $500 plus what pairs brought, plus what BOX brought.
Well 99 and 69 can also be played as pairs: 2X4= 8 tickets. 99 does not need flipping, but I'd play it twice anyway, because if it hits, I get double win of $50.