How To Play Pick 4

The Pick 4 playslip has four (4) play areas, titled Panel A, Panel B, Panel C and Panel D. Each Panel has four columns of numbers numbered from 0 through 9. To play, select and shade four numbers - one only from each of the four columns.

Note that when selecting your numbers, one or more numbers may be repeated, for example you may select 1, 1, 6, 8  or 3,3,8,9. If you prefer to have the terminal select 4 random numbers, mark the "QUICK PICK" box. Use a dark blue or black pen or dark a pencil to shade your numbers. It is important Not to use Red Ink, or your numbers will not register.

Pick 4 Play Slip

You have the option to enter your wager based on matching the 4 numbers drawn in the exact order as entered on your Pick 4 playslip, or to wager based on matching the 4 numbers drawn in any order. To do so, mark one of the "ORDER", "ANY ORDER" or "BOTH" boxes to the left of the number columns for the panel you are playing.

You may wager a minimum of $1 for each panel you wish to play. Select the amount of your wager by marking the $1, $2, $3, $4, $5, $10 or $20 boxes to the left of the number columns in each panel you are playing.

Choose the day of the week you wish to wager, or play your selected numbers for multiple days by marking any of the boxes under the column titled "DAYS". Your wager may apply to the Morning, Midday or Evening draw or even ALL draws depending on which box you shade at the bottom of the column titled "DAYS". If you do not shade a box under the column titled "DRAW", the terminal will automatically play your numbers for the next available draw.

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

 
 
 
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