I can't decide which game to play. Pick-4 pays $6K for a straight but for some reason it's hard for me to throw
down on a game that has no secondary prizes. The rogue-13 gets most of my analysis with it's 0 to 3 range
for each selection but It's kind of deceiving. Because there are no lower level prizes one missed setting spoils
the play. Setting 5 rogues will reduce to 16 lines for a straight hit which would be a good bet even if I only hit
once in 30 games, $72K. One hit in every 60 games would win $36K per year minus $5,840.00 for ticket cost.
I built the rogue into the CF program but I also linked the old version to help me make the transition from one
to the other. Anyway, I am still working on a betting strategy and will go with the one that offers the best odds
for winning some real money. With the number games the lower level prizes make it attractive but I want to
start making real money. I have come out ahead for several years now but if I consider the time invested then
it's nothing to brag about. Maybe having too many tools is a bad thing.
Old rogue program