You're right thornc, it doesn't happen very often - pairs and triples sure but quads is stretching it.thornc said:I can understand looking at singles, duos and trios on a six(6) number lotto... but why quads??!?
It's not like you can group them togheter... 4 + 4 = 8 (Very hard math!! )
Here’s the Quads for The Canadian 6/49Beaker said:Never seen quads . You'll have to write that one yourself
Gail Howard's prog will give quads, with or without the bonus # ... it will search out so called Companion pairs, triads, quads, quints and sixes. With pairs and triads (and quads with bonus) the list only includes the 'Best of' though so not all get displayed.Dennis Bassboss said:I don't know any commercial program that does it..
maybe the Gail Howard program but anyway...
Here is the best UK draw quad...
Kev,kevinwclough said:As well as using the 6 drawn numbers in the main lotto game, the uk lotto also uses these for the hot pick games.
any 4 ,any 3, any 2 .
So if I play hotpick 4 I need to match any 4 of the 6 main numbers.
I want to see which numbers give the best repeats of 4.
Out of 744 U.K. drawskevinwclough said:The hot pick numbers are from the main lotto draw
eg draw number 744
You pick 6 numbers for £1 to play the main lotto.
You can pick only 2 numbers for £1 to play pick 2 (£40 prize)
You can pick only 3 numbers for £1 to play pick 3 (£450 prize)
You can pick only 4 numbers for £1 to play pick 4 (£7000 prize)
So if I play a pick 4 game I would pick only 4 numbers.
If I match 4 out of the 6 numbers then I win.
Thats why I want to know the best repeating quads.
Thanks to dennis for the info above.
Can you give me this without the bonus ball data?
U.K. drawsDennis Bassboss said:Perhaps I should ask someone to validate these!And do you want to know which draws it was also??