Arizona - 2By2 - History of a 2By2 Combination of Numbers
Select 1 to 25 Red numbers and 1 to 25 White numbers and press the "Search" key. (Click on a number to select it, click again to unselect it).
You have selected:
Red numbers, and
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This utility is similar to the History of 2By2 numbers. The difference is that here you
can select both less than and greater than four numbers, both for the Red and White numbers, thus creating more functionality.
You can perform the following tasks:
check the past performance of a combination of more than 4 numbers,
get history of pairs(of both sets), 2-and-1, 1-and-2.
For instance, suppose you want to play all the possible combinations of the numbers divisible by 5 both for the Red
numbers and the White numbes (i.e., 5,10,15,etc). This will constitute 5 Red numbers and 5 White numbers resulting in 100 combinations. In order to
reduce your wager, you may wish to discard the set of numbers that have already won since it is highly unlikely that a
set would win again. You may also wish to compare the past performance of this combination with another set of 5 Red numbers and
5 White numbers. This is where this utilily plays a role - select the desired Red and White numbers and press the 'Search' button. All past
matches of that combination will be listed.
Note that since you are playing several tickets when playing a combination, and since the
numbers are repeated on each ticket, any matching member of the combination listed will also result in matchings
of several of the other tickets. For instance, if it is listed that this combination matches, say, a 2-Red + 1-White number,
on a certain date (draw), then the rest of the tickets of the combination would also have matched additional prizes for
that draw. (In fact, there will be not only one but 4 matches of 2-Red + 1-White itself).
The complete resulting matches would be:
Please check with your state lottery for how long from the drawing date a winning ticket is valid.
Also, you have always to verify the winning numbers with the official release of the winning
numbers. Further, matching a few numbers does not necessarily mean winning money.