# My pick six ticket

Not a good meeting for me so far. I’m a long-shot player and none of my long shots have hit so far at Oak Tree, but I’m still hopeful. I’m going to try a pick six today.

3rd — Dalat and Stormlyn
4th — No Mentira and Attack Jack
5th — Imitation
6th — It’s Me Knott You, Twin Turbo
7th — Etamine and Wakanda
8th — Manhattan Express

\$32 ticket … and if I’m out before the fifth, I’ll play a pick four that will cost me \$4.

## 2 thoughts on “My pick six ticket”

1. I NEED CHART THAT SHOWS ME HOW PLAY PIC 6 IF I WANT TO USE ONE HORSE TOW HORSE PLEASE HELP SEND TO ME THANKS

2. Tony,
It’s a simple formula. You don’t need a chart. Just go by multiples of two and you can easily figure out the cost of a pick-six ticket. For instance, let’s say I played two horses in each pick-six race. Here is the way you’d figure out the cost of the ticket:
2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 64
Multiply by two and you have the total cost of the ticket = \$128
Here’s another example:
1 x 3 x 4 x 1 x 2 x 3 = 72
Multiply by two and you have a total cost of \$144.
Hope this helps.