### You Can Win Your Fantasy Five Lottery Game!

```                  You Can Win Fantasy Five
by Robert Perkis / Lotto-Logix cr2001
Pick-5, Fantasy Five, Hot Five, Cash Five, whatever they call
your state's five number game, you can win it starting today!

Pick-5 lottery games have the lowest odds of all the big prize
games, yet many lottery players ignore Pick-5 while struggling
to win Pick-6 millions.  I guess they must figure they have
only one potential big win in their lives and they want the
million or nothing.

Pick-5 is winnable and I can show you how to accomplish it
within a budget of 29 to 41 combinations per draw depending on
game field size.

The Promise:  If you can pick the first three winning numbers,
you will win at least second prize with 4 of 5 numbers on a
winning ticket, because we will put all the numbers into play.

However, as with all good things, there are caveats.  You have
to make it on your own to the starting point.  Here goes:

If you can pick three winning numbers for the first three
positions in this system and the remaining two winning numbers
within the next seven positions, you are 100% guaranteed to
win the five number jackpot!  Plus multiple three and four
number winning tickets.

If you can pick three winning numbers for the first three
positions in this system, we guarantee you will have the
remaining two winning numbers in the remainder of the field
and 100% guarantee a pair of four number winning tickets.
Plus multiple three number winning tickets.

If you can pick two of the three winning numbers for the first
three positions in this system and two winning numbers within
the next seven positions, you are 100% guaranteed a pair of
four number winning tickets.  Plus multiple three number
winning tickets.

If you can pick two of the three winning numbers for the first
three positions in this system, which means three winning
numbers in the remainder of the field, you are 100% guaranteed
multiple three number winning tickets.

Obviously in any scenario with three winning numbers in the
first three positions (which appear in every combination) all
combinations will be three number winning tickets or better.

In fact the only way you can lose (win nothing) would require
having only one or none of the first three positions correct.
If that were to occur, it would be almost impossible to have
more than two winning numbers on a ticket.

As a point of comparison, it would require a wheel of over
sixty-eight combinations simply to guarantee a single three
number winning ticket in a 5/26 game and two hundred and
sixty-three combinations for 5/39.

So by playing this wheel you actually save more when you lose,
then the additional it would cost to 100% guarantee the
pathetic three number prize with wheeling, which typically
returns an average of \\\$5.00 in prize money.

of place-holder / pointer numbers, they are meant to be
replaced with your best choices.  To win a jackpot, it is
critical three of the winning numbers replace the numbers in
the first three positions and the remaining two winning
numbers replace any two of the numbers in the next seven
positions, otherwise review the alternative possibilities
explained above.

List the numbers in your game (01-26 or 01-39, etc.) and write
your choices below or along side in the order you believe most
likely to be winners, then simply exchange your numbers for
mine in the combinations below.

The place-holder combinations go up to 49, for games of
smaller size, stop when you run out of numbers to exchange.
So for the Fl 5/26 game you would stop at 29 combinations, for
the DC 5/33 you would stop at 33 combinations, etc.

01-02-03-04-05
01-02-03-04-06
01-02-03-04-07
01-02-03-04-08
01-02-03-04-09
01-02-03-04-10
01-02-03-05-06
01-02-03-05-07
01-02-03-05-08
01-02-03-05-09
01-02-03-05-10
01-02-03-06-07
01-02-03-06-08
01-02-03-06-09
01-02-03-06-10
01-02-03-07-08
01-02-03-07-09
01-02-03-07-10
01-02-03-08-09
01-02-03-08-10
01-02-03-09-10
01-02-03-11-22
01-02-03-12-23
01-02-03-13-24
01-02-03-14-25
01-02-03-15-26
01-02-03-16-19
01-02-03-17-20
01-02-03-18-21
01-02-03-26-27
01-02-03-28-29
01-02-03-30-31
01-02-03-32-33
01-02-03-34-35
01-02-03-36-37
01-02-03-38-39
01-02-03-40-41
01-02-03-42-43
01-02-03-44-45
01-02-03-46-47
01-02-03-48-49
Remember, these are not the numbers you write on your
tickets, these are the place holders you swap for your
numbers like using a child's code wheel.

Good luck to you. Robert Perkis

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