Most kelong Toto No. I ever see!


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BBTM

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Like that also can. That person SUPER lucky, buy quick pick also kenna. Ang mo kio, really good luck for that person. :bigeyes::eek:
 

cookiez

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i think anyone who got that kind of numbers from quick pick will start to curse
and swear at first cos sure think that how to win with this kind of combination...
so now the truth is any combination will stand a chance to win if u are lucky enuff ;)
 

Del_CtrlnoAlt

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Same probability of striking as any other combination of 6 numbers.
but if calculate in a manner of what is the probability of having more than 2 consecutive numbers in a toto draw... then the probability will surely be low.

tis happen to have 4 consecutive numbers...
 

ST1100

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Does anybody know how the numbers are picked? Like computer generated, lucky-draw style, or what?
 

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Does anybody know how the numbers are picked? Like computer generated, lucky-draw style, or what?
those roll cages & balls with numbers printed on them?

touching on probability, a brain Q
im just wondering...which has more chance?

a quickpick $3.50 with 7 random numbers

or

$3.50 worth of quickpick random numbers, 50 cents each?

:bsmilie:
 

airfins

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$3.50 cents of 0.50 cents each. I remembered reading from the newspaper before that a study has concluded that by buying more combinations, it gives you a higher probability of striking. Then again a system 7 payout is greater then a normal ticket payout. Gd Luck guys
 

Sjourn

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maybe the guy who bought the winning ticket tears it away...." This type of number where on earth can open one????".....*rips*rips*




:devil::lovegrin::devil:
 

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but if calculate in a manner of what is the probability of having more than 2 consecutive numbers in a toto draw... then the probability will surely be low.

tis happen to have 4 consecutive numbers...
No bro, the probability is the exact same.
 

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