|Posted: September 26, 2016, 9:09 pm - IP Logged|
It's a 5/45 game. While the odds against a 5 number win may be huge, once you have 4 numbers correct the real odds are 1 in 41 of getting the fifth number.
In five number games, the same four numbers often are drawn again, the the larger the game the less often.
You never really know someone until you read their fake profile.
True, but how often does a person beat odds of 1 in 6,109?
Once they do, (unlikely), they still have a 1 in 41 chance. It looks good, but once you break it down like I have, it's a two part picture in which both unlikely parts come together as one at the right time.
Sorry, not impressed. Just like Vtracs in the smaller games. Sure it's easier to follow a smaller group of numbers, but each of those Vtracs represent a group of numbers, meaning cost does not change. Just like Delta numbers, sure it's easier to only track 15 numbers instead upwards of 36 to 60 numbers, but each of those Delta numbers, when reversed back to real numbers are much larger, and again, no cost change.