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How Do You Play the Ohio Lottery Game Rolling Cash 5?

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The Ohio Lottery is a state lottery run by the Ohio Lottery Commission and located in Columbus, Ohio. It offers scratch tickets as well as Pick 3, 4, 5, “numbers games”, Rolling Cash 5, Classic Lotto, Keno Lucky for Life EZPLAY games as well as Mega Millions and Powerball, the two largest multi-state jackpot lottery games in the United States. Funded through an amendment passed in 1974 by state voters, its director and nine member commission are appointed by governor for oversight while budget approval goes through Office of Budget and Management.

The Lottery also operates a charitable foundation to raise money for public schools, community organizations and state charities. Their annual budget tops $600 million. According to the National Association of State Lotteries, The Lottery ranks in the Top 10 in traditional lottery sales nationwide and ninth for draw game sales; additionally it ranks eighth for EZPLAY ticket sales.

Ohio Lottery players can buy tickets either online or from one of the Ohio Lottery retailers such as convenience stores, gas stations and grocery stores. Their mobile app enables players to check their numbers and track prizes accumulated throughout each lottery draw as well as access a live stream of each drawing or special events taking place within it.

When picking Rolling Cash 5 numbers, try mixing odd and even numbers together. All-odd and all-even numbers rarely occur – less than 2 percent of time to be precise! By doing so, you will spend less while winning more!

On average, one number will repeat itself every other drawing for Rolling Cash 5, or 51 percent of the time. Calendar dates and anniversaries tend to be popular choices; playing only these may share in the prize pool with many others; to increase your odds, consider including some longshot numbers into your group of numbers.

Rolling Cash 5 jackpot offers overall odds of 1 in 9, as its jackpot rolls over until someone claims it and eight other prize tiers offer smaller amounts as prizes to winners. Prizes must be collected within 180 days from drawing date. Ohio Lottery website contains a full list of prizes and their associated rules for claiming them, along with links to video clips explaining how to use EZPLAY feature and providing helpful tips. As part of its services, this site features a blog where visitors can receive answers to their lottery-related queries and stay up-to-date with news and tips from lottery players. A free newsletter provided to lottery players gives the latest updates about games in their state and winning numbers as well as promotions and offers available through the Lottery. This publication can be read both in English and Spanish versions.