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How To Play Fantasy 5

Each playslip has 5 play areas (A, B, C, D, & E) with boxes numbered 1 to 39. Fill in the numbered boxes corresponding to the numbers you have chosen to play or select the Quik Pik option.

You can play the same numbers up to 14 consecutive FANTASY 5 draws ($1 per play per draw) by selecting the Multi-Draw box on your playslip corresponding to the number of drawings you wish to play. The play must include the current draw and not skip any draw in between.

 Quik Pik
You can have the computer select your FANTASY 5 numbers by marking the box next to "QP" for "Quik Pik" on your playslip. Quik Pik gives you the option to have the computer randomly select some or all of your numbers.

 Odds of Winning

5 out of 5
4 out of 5 1:3,387
3 out of 5 1:103
2 out of 5 1:9.6
Overall Odds 1:8.77

FANTASY 5 cash prize amounts for matching 3, 4 or 5 numbers are pari-mutuel, all winners share an equal portion of the winnings in each prize category.

You must be 18 years or older to play.

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