The Lottery Picker™ 2016 - Program Settings: Set the amount of the payoff for the different combinations of balls that a person can currently win on
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(SETTINGS - Payoffs)

 

Set the amount of the payoff for the different combinations of balls that a person can currently win on

 

This Tab of settings is used to set the amount of the payoff for the different combinations of balls that a person can currently win on.  The numbers in the boxes represent dollars. For example: on the bottom where it says "Powerball (or) Mega Ball" (depending on the game you're playing), the white text box has a "4" in it telling you that if you hit the Powerball by itself you will win $4.00.

All these entries are accurate except the top "JackPot" pay off.  Sense this is a variable amount, it starts at (40 million Powerball)-(12 million Mega Millions) and grows.  It is initially set at minimum lottery starting point mentioned above and has a PLUS sign on the right side of it.

The buttons work the same way as mentioned for Lottery Settings Tab. Disabled by default and only the buttons you need at the time are visible. Also see photo below...

Why does the program need these in it?
When you are checking your Keeper numbers against the drawn lottery numbers, the program is able to calculate how much you won according to number of balls it detected that you matched.  It does this on the Matching Window. This is one of the greatest features of The Lottery Picker 2016 ¬©.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This photo shows that the user has clicked the EDIT button to change the values for the different ball combination pay-off.

  

Click a Tab below to jump to more information on those settings