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Re(3): HI 5

There were 34x last season with a single jackpot winner and 6 additional times with multiple winners (from 2-4 winners each of those times)

This meet there have been 3x with a single winner and no multiple winners. My group was lucky to get one of those 3-winners.

132 Pick 5 performances last season (didn't begin at start of meet), plus 14 performances thru yesterday, so 146 total Pick 5 performances, 37 single jackpot winners, 6 more times with multiple winners, so 43 times in 146 occurrences, so 5 of 5 for 29% of the time

I know when Palm Beach had a $2 Pick 5, it rarely got hit, maybe twice at most. I was fortunate to have hit the biggest one for around $30k on a total $200 wager, and that was with strike players when I hit (a large disparity between some players).

people have to understand in the beginning Douglas dominated a lot of games (a singles win rate far higher than Dania's Eric in singles games), so it was a lot easier to hit in the early stages before RonRon was added to the roster

Now with 3-doubles games in the Jai-5 where teams are more evenly matched, and no singles game in the pick 5 sequence featuring Douglas, it has become more challenging. The 3x of 14 Pick 5's so far is 21% wins, but no RonRon in the equation yet. When RonRon begins playing in doubles games, it will get even harder to win, IMO


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