The time is now 5:29 am

You last visited
September 11, 2024, 4:42 am

All times shown are
Eastern Time (GMT-5:00)

# Buckeye5...06/14/2004Prev TopicNext Topic

Page 1 of 1
• 100
mid-Ohio
United States
Member #9
March 24, 2001
20,272 Posts
Offline

These are my picks for tonight's drawing.

FILE : BU061404
02 14 16 29 34
05 07 17 25 37
02 12 17 27 32
04 06 22 27 33
08 14 18 24 32
04 12 26 31 35
08 10 25 30 36
03 15 21 24 30
01 06 19 23 29
03 11 13 28 33

Good luck Buckeye5 players.
RJOh

* you don't need to buy every combination, just the winning ones *

• 100
mid-Ohio
United States
Member #9
March 24, 2001
20,272 Posts
Offline

Tonight's winning numbers 01 15 21 23 37

Quote: Originally posted by RJOh on June 14, 2004

FILE : BU061404
02 14 16 29 34
05 07 17 25 37
02 12 17 27 32
04 06 22 27 33
08 14 18 24 32
04 12 26 31 35
08 10 25 30 36
03 15 21 24 30
01 06 19 23 29
03 11 13 28 33

The best I could do is match 2 x 2 = \$2
All the numbers were in the right position, but not on the same line.  The winning numbers were within all the parameters except range.  I set my range parameter to 19-34 and 37-1=36.  Time to start picking numbers for tomorrow night's MegaMillions drawing.

RJOh

* you don't need to buy every combination, just the winning ones *

• OHIO
United States
Member #5,328
June 30, 2004
1,282 Posts
Offline

could have wheeled all those numbers, and won.. i mean it be pricey but it would have won 100k..I am a newbie, so I don't know much, YET!

• 100
mid-Ohio
United States
Member #9
March 24, 2001
20,272 Posts
Offline

ONEDAY,

That list of numbers contained 35 numbers which would have cost \$324,632 to wheel to win a \$100,000 jackpot + 135 combinations of 4's for \$33,750 + 3510 combinations for of 3's for \$35,100 and 29250 combinations of 2's for \$29,250.  To actually make a profit you would have to have all 5 numbers in a list of 28 which would cost \$98,280 to wheel.

RJOh

* you don't need to buy every combination, just the winning ones *

• 100
mid-Ohio
United States
Member #9
March 24, 2001
20,272 Posts
Offline

WIN D,

I think Johnph77 have some charts for almost any lottery calculations.  I usually check his website  http://www.johnph77.com/math but the last time I checked, he had so much information per page it took too long to load.  He may have fixed the problem by now.

RJOh

* you don't need to buy every combination, just the winning ones *

• 100
mid-Ohio
United States
Member #9
March 24, 2001
20,272 Posts
Offline

I probably should have also mentioned to ONEDAY that in Buckeye5, combinations of 4's and 5's are seldom repeated especially 5's which has only happen 5 times in the 2645 drawings in 10 years and most combinations of 4's usually goes more than 700 drawings before repeating.  Since there are only 7770 combinations of 3's in a group of 37 numbers and 10 in each combinations of 5, he might be able to cover the most likely winning combinations of 5' for about a \$1000 if he was willing to give a little thought to it and take the time to develop a system.  \$1000 is still a lot of money to me, but 1000 cards are a lot easier to make out than a 100,000 cards.

RJOh

* you don't need to buy every combination, just the winning ones *

• OHIO
United States
Member #5,328
June 30, 2004
1,282 Posts
Offline
Quote: Originally posted by RJOh on July 04, 2004

I probably should have also mentioned to ONEDAY that in Buckeye5, combinations of 4's and 5's are seldom repeated especially 5's which has only happen 5 times in the 2645 drawings in 10 years and most combinations of 4's usually goes more than 700 drawings before repeating.  Since there are only 7770 combinations of 3's in a group of 37 numbers and 10 in each combinations of 5, he might be able to cover the most likely winning combinations of 5' for about a \$1000 if he was willing to give a little thought to it and take the time to develop a system.  \$1000 is still a lot of money to me, but 1000 cards are a lot easier to make out than a 100,000 cards.

RJOh

I am learning every day! Thanks for the explantaion..I think if you had money (Youre rich already!) (Got to have money to  make money!) a 1,000 dollars with a good chance at 100k is a good investment!
• 100
ohio
United States
Member #5,030
June 11, 2004
20,494 Posts
Offline

I'm not rich, I would need a better way of increasing my chances of winning the big jackpot.

• 100
mid-Ohio
United States
Member #9
March 24, 2001
20,272 Posts
Offline

gunjack,

I not rich either, that is the reason I come to this forum seeking ideas.  There have been a few posters who claimed they knew of players who made a living playing lotteries, but nobody has ever posted a system that worked even for the rich.  Even if you're rich and invest in systems that cover most of the combinations, you're not going to be rich very long.

RJOh

* you don't need to buy every combination, just the winning ones *

Page 1 of 1
Subscribe to this topic
Guest