Pick 4 Basics

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There are lots of theories out there for Pick 4 games.

Unfortunately, most of it tests out as bad advice.

In this section, I tell you what we do. I'll also share
with you over time theories that other members have
or have told us about.

In Pick 4 you have numbers 0-9. Each number can
be repeated. So you can have a result such as 1234
or 1111.

There are two ways to bet on Pick 4. Straight, you
get all the numbers in the exact order. Box, you have
all the numbers correct, but not in any particular order.

There are a total of 10,000 combinations with the breakdown of the following:
5,040 sets with all four digits different (3567),
4,320 sets with one digit doubled (2559),
270 sets with 2 digits doubled (4477),
360 sets with 1 triple + 1 digit (2212),
10 sets of quads (1111)

We can look at it another way also:
625 combinations (6.25%) are all odd. Example.: 3579
625 combinations (6.25%) are all even. Example.: 0246
2,500 combinations (25%) have 3 odd and 1 even number. Example.:
1592
2,500 combinations (25%) have 3 even and 1 odd numbers. Example.:
0685
3,750 combinations (37.5%) are equally even and odd. Example.: 6937

To hit a straight Pick 4 drawing your odds are 1:10,000.

The odds in the "BOX" combinations run from 1:2500 to 1:416
depending on the type of box combination you play.

Most theories rely on false assumptions. We always
test an assumption before we bet with it.

In the next article I'll tell you how we play Pick 4.

One Response to “Pick 4 Basics”

  1. Pierre Says:

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