Section 53ER21-10 – PICK 3[TM], Fla. Admin. Code R. 53ER21-10 | Casetext Search + Citator

(e) 1.

Paper Play Slips. There are five panels on a paper PICK 3 play slip. Players electing to use a paper play slip to make their PICK 3 selections must mark one number in each column or mark the Quick Pick (QP) box located at the bottom of each panel for the terminal to randomly select one or more of the numbers for each panel played. The player may also mark the play type, draw time and play amount; however, if the play type, play amount, or draw time is not marked by the player, the terminal will default to a $1.00 straight play for the next available draw. A “Void” box is also located at the bottom of each panel and should be marked by the player if an error was made in his or her selections in a panel. Players may choose the FIREBALL® add-on feature by marking the “FIREBALL” box to create more combinations. Adding FIREBALL will apply to and double the cost of all panels played. Players may mark the $5 “Quick Picks” box to receive five $1.00 tickets, each with one set of three randomly selected numbers (straight play) for the next available PICK 3 drawing; or may mark the $10 “Quick Picks” box to receive ten $1.00 tickets, each with one set of three randomly selected numbers (straight play) for the next available PICK 3 drawing. Players may mark Quick Picks in addition to panel plays. Advance play may also be added to play future drawings as further provided in paragraph (1)(f), below. Paper play slips must be Florida Lottery approved and players must use only blue or black ink or pencil for making selections. Paper play slips may be processed through a Florida Lottery full service vending machine or processed by a Florida Lottery retailer to obtain a ticket. A player who selects the combo play type and who elects to use the quick pick feature will not be able to select the total cost of the ticket. The total cost will be determined by whether the quick pick numbers selected by the terminal comprise a 3-way combo or 6-way combo play type as described in paragraph (2)(d), below. A player who selects the box play type or the straight/box play type and who elects to use the quick pick feature will not be able to select the type of box play. The type of box play will be determined by whether the quick pick numbers selected by the terminal comprise a 3-way or 6-way box combination as described in paragraph (2)(b), below. Paper Play Slips. There are five panels on a wallpaper PICK 3 play slip. Players electing to use a paper bid cutting to make their PICK 3 selections must mark one count in each column or mark the Quick Pick ( QP ) box located at the bottom of each panel for the terminal to randomly choose one or more of the numbers for each panel played. The player may besides mark the play character, draw time and toy amount ; however, if the play type, play sum, or draw fourth dimension is not marked by the player, the terminal will default to a $ 1.00 straight play for the future available hook. A “ Void ” box is besides located at the bottom of each dialog box and should be marked by the musician if an error was made in his or her selections in a jury. Players may choose the FIREBALL® accessory sport by marking the “ FIREBALL ” box to create more combinations. Adding FIREBALL will apply to and double the cost of all panels played. Players may mark the $ 5 “ immediate Picks ” box to receive five $ 1.00 tickets, each with one set of three randomly selected numbers ( directly play ) for the following available PICK 3 drawing ; or may mark the $ 10 “ flying Picks ” box to receive ten-spot $ 1.00 tickets, each with one set of three randomly selected numbers ( directly play ) for the next available PICK 3 drawing. Players may mark Quick Picks in addition to empanel plays. Advance play may besides be added to play future drawings as far provided in paragraph ( 1 ) ( farad ), below. Paper play slips must be Florida Lottery approved and players must use only blue or total darkness ink or pencil for making selections. Paper play slips may be processed through a Florida Lottery full service vending car or processed by a Florida Lottery retailer to obtain a ticket. A player who selects the jazz band dally type and who elects to use the quick clean feature of speech will not be able to select the total price of the ticket. The full price will be determined by whether the quick cream numbers selected by the end incorporate a 3-way jazz band or 6-way jazz band play type as described in paragraph ( 2 ) ( d ), below. A musician who selects the box play type or the straight/box play type and who elects to use the agile pick feature of speech will not be able to select the type of box free rein. The type of box play will be determined by whether the immediate blame numbers selected by the terminal consist a 3-way or 6-way corner combination as described in paragraph ( 2 ) ( b ), below.

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