Rolling Cash 5 is a lottery game in the state of Ohio. It replaced the old Buckeye 5 in October of 2004. The difference between the two is the range of numbers to choose from. Rolling Cash 5 allows you to choose 5 numbers from 1 to 39.
This game gives you an odd of 1 to 575,757 of winning, giving you more likelihood of winning than any other lottery game. Although winning the jackpot will not make you an instant millionaire, it is decent enough to give you a fortune. The jackpot starts at $100,000 which automatically rolls over to the next draw when not won. The jackpot prize is divided among winners with a liability limit of $1,000,000.
Just like any lottery games, this is randomly drawn. However, careful analysis of previously drawn combination and simple logic will increase your probability of winning in this game of chance. Think of it this way, you are more likely to win if you bet on a pattern that occurs majority of the time.
The analysis can cover the number of times in which a particular number or pair of numbers appeared in a winning combination for the last 12 months. With the data you have gathered, you can create your own combination to bet on. But before going through with the combination, you can cross check it with the data you have. This way, you will be able to determine the chances of having your numbers drawn.
Logical betting, on the other hand, dictates that you have a good mix of high-low and odd-even numbers. This will increase your chances of winning by 64 to 67 percent. You also need to consider number group strategies. Sway away from multiples (2 4 6 8 10), single number group (all single digits, 20’s, etc) or same last digits (3 13 23 33). Their probability of being drawn is less than 1%.
It is also important to take note of number sum advice. This is where you add up all your chosen numbers and making sure that the sum is between 75 and 125. A sum falling between these ranges is 70% more likely to be drawn. You can also take note of the frequency of each number being skipped. You can play those numbers as their absence increases the likelihood of it appearing on the next game; while numbers with repeated hits are likely to appear every other draw 51% of the time.
Ohio’s Rolling Cash 5 costs only $1 per wager that allows you to bet on your own or computer-selected combination. And the state of Ohio uses the earnings to fund various public services, from education to hunger centers. Knowing how to bet on Rolling Cash 5 not only helps various causes but also saves you money. With a little diligence and simple logic, you will avoid unnecessary losses brought by thoughtless betting. The game may be as random as any other game of chance, but there are always recognizable patterns that can help you increase your chances.
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