How To Play Cash Pot

The Cash Pot bet slip has five panels, each containing the numbers 1 through 20. You may play 1,2,3,4 or 5 panels.
Select 5 numbers in each panel you wish to play by blocking them out in pen or pencil. Do not use Red Ink. If you make a mistake, mark the "VOID" box. Do Not Erase.

Cash Pot Play Slip

If you wish to have the terminal randomly select your numbers, mark the desired number of panels. You may play both Quick Picks and the numbers you select on the same playslip.

You can play Cash Pot for 1,2,3,5 or 10 draws. To play your numbers for more than one draw at a time, mark the appropriate box on the left side of the playslip under "DRAWS". If you prefer to play multiple combinations for each draw, mark the "SYSTEM" box to choose 6 numbers, the "SYSTEM 7" box to choose 7 numbers, the "SYSTEM 8" box to choose 8 numbers, or the "SYSTEM 9" box if you are choosing 9 numbers.

Choosing a sixth number in one play panel will generate six separate wagers of $4 each at a total cost of $24, or $30 with the Multiplier. Choosing a seventh number in one play panel will generate twenty-one separate wagers of $4 each for a total cost of $84, or $105 with the Multiplier. Choosing an eighth number in one play panel will generate fifty six separate wagers of $4 each for a total cost of $224, or $280 with the Multiplier. Choosing a ninth number in one play panel will generate one hundred and twenty six separate wagers of $4 each for a total cost of $504, or $630 with the Multiplier. Different size betting options (5,6,7, 8 or 9 numbers) must appear on different playslips.

You will receive a ticket from the On-Line terminal that lists your chosen game, draw date(s) and numbers. It is your responsibility to check your ticket immediately to make sure it represents the correct game, draw date(s) and numbers.

 
 
 
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