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HOW TO PLAY PICK 3

Idaho Pick 3 lets you play your way. Your numbers. Your game. Your practically anything. You can play Pick 3 every day of the week. Plus, there are drawings every day of the week, except for Sunday, at 7:59 p.m. Mountain Time.
   
Decide how many games you want to play. The play slip has five plays. You may play 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 plays on each Idaho Pick 3 play slip. Then follow the next 3 easy steps:
 
1. Pick 3 Numbers:
Each game contains three columns of numbers from "0" through "9." Select one number from each of the three columns (for a total of 3 numbers) by placing a heavy vertical mark in each chosen number box. You must mark one number box in each column (unless you are wagering front/back pair). If you want the terminal to select your numbers randomly, mark the Quick Pick "QP" box at the bottom of each game.
 
2. Wager Type:
Select your wager type (Exact order, Any Order, Exact/Any Order, Front Pair or Back Pair). Refer to "How to Play" brochure for the description of each wager type.
 
3. Amount:
Select the amount of your play. ($1.00, $200, or $5.00) Before submitting the play slip, make sure the numbers, wager type, and amount are the ones you want.
 
Multi Draw: To play your Pick 3 numbers for more than one drawing, mark the appropriate box next to Game A under "Multi-Draw." This will play all your selections in games A through D for the number of drawings indicated under "Multi-Draw." You can play Pick 3 for up to 30 consecutive drawings.

 

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