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Initial post: Sep 10, 2007 5:30:18 AM PDT
Tjabud says:
Hello,
Can any one help me to give one example on how to translate a table on page 25 from Imdad's book to the lottery lines ?
Thank you.

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In reply to an earlier post on Sep 13, 2007 5:10:46 AM PDT
Tjabud says:
Dear Sirs,
I still don't understand your explanation and I don't know how many lines I intend to play that
have a highest probability to win the jackpot.
I plan to play the Saturday Lotto of Australian lotto (6/45) and I read from your book that
"Any 5 from 9" numbers from your book have 128 combinations. Is that mean to get the maximum
probability to win the jackpot I must play 128 lines ? I am ready to play 128 lines if it is the best.
Please explain and give the best lines example for play that Australian lottery (6/45).
Thank you for your help.
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