|Posted: September 1, 2014, 10:52 am - IP Logged|
I have seen - held, touched - tickets from someone I know who runs a nearby liquor store, who made thousands off one multiple straight plays on the D3. I didn't see the tickets he said he played the year previous; when on a single play of straights, he made $50k. But if he was lying about that, he wasn't lying about the ones I did see. He also showed me a few losers: ten in a row where one digit was off.
He also didn't tell me his system, sadly. But if you were fortunate enough to have the spare cash to throw around, why wouldn't you do something like...
You know a block of 10 numbers is coming up fast, and soon.
You can probably whittle it down each play by a few - a few you know won't play. Or, better maybe, use the simple rules of mathematics: Are 90% odds good enough? Are 80%? (Maybe 80% of the whittled-down amount?)
You then play each number six times (i.e., each of its six boxed iterations), all Straight/Boxes. Let's say you were using the full pool + 80% odds as favorable: that's $48/a play.
Let's say you take five plays to get there - $240.
What would your win be, just using the very last singles win in the California D3 as an example?
$433 (5 + 1 of the Straight/Box wins)
Not bad, not bad... how often/soon do your stock portfolio investments pull in returns like that?