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How to Play Super Cash:

1. Choose 6 different numbers from 1 through 39. Minimum play is two panels for $1.

2. Players can place their wagers by using the SUPERCASH! playslip which is available where on-line games are sold. Players can also mark the QUICK PICK "QP" box to choose numbers the easy way - let the computer pick them randomly.

3. Choose how many draws to play. Each set of 2 plays costs $1 for each drawing entered. You can play SuperCash! up to 7 days in advance at one time.

4. Receive valid ticket and sign the back.

DOUBLER FEATURE: Now you can double your prize with SuperCash!. Every night when the winning numbers are drawn, the Lottery will conduct a Doubler drawing. If the Lottery draws a Doubler, all prizes, excluding the top prize, will double. Best of all, this Doubler is a bonus to you. It does not cost extra.

TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED BY 9:00 PM. Drawings are held as soon as possible after the end of sales.

Prize Payout:

MATCH WIN/SHARE ODDS
6 OF 6 $350,000* 1:1,631,312
5 OF 6 $500 1:8,239
4 OF 6 $30 1:206
3 OF 6 $1 1:15
DOUBLER ** 1:7

Odds based on two plays for $1.
* If there are more than 20 winning plays for top prize, $7,000,000 is shared equally among winning plays.
**DOUBLER does not apply to the top prize.

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