(1) The following play options may be selected by the player for Pick 3:

(a) Straight. A play in which winning is achieved only when the three digits selected by the player match in exact order the winning digits drawn for the day selected. For example, if the winning digits are "123," only straight plays of "123" in that exact order will be winners.

(b) Six-way box. A play in which winning is achieved only when the three digits selected by the player contains three unique digits and those three digits are contained in any combination of the winning digits drawn for the day selected. For example, if the winning digits are "123," only box plays of "123," "132," "213," "231," "312," and "321" will be winners.

(c) Three-way box. A play in which winning is achieved only when the three digits selected by the player contains two identical digits and one unique digit and those three digits are contained in the winning digits drawn for the day selected. For example, if the winning digits are "122," only box plays of "122," "212," and "221" will be winners.

(d) Front-pair. A play in which winning is achieved only when the player selects two digits and those two digits match in exact order the first two winning digits drawn for the day selected. For example, if the player selects a front-pair play of "12*," the player will win only if the winning digits are "120," "121," "122," "123," "124," "125," "126," "127," "128," or "129."

(e) Back-pair. A play in which winning is achieved only when the player selects two digits and those two digits match in exact order the last two winning digits drawn for the day selected. For example, if the player selects a back-pair play of "*12," the player will win only if the winning digits are "012," "112," "212," "312," "412," "512," "612," "712," "812," or "912."

(f) Six-way straight box. A play in which the player selects three digits with three unique digits and plays $.50 on a straight play and $.50 on a box play for a particular day. For example, if the player selects a "123" six-way straight/box play:

(i) The player will win both the straight and box players if the winning digits are "123" for the day selected.

(ii) The player will win the box play only if the winning digits are "132," "213," "231," "312," or "321" for the day selected.

(g) Three-way straight/box. A play in which the player selects three digits with two identical digits and one unique digit and plays $.50 on a straight play and $.50 on a box play for a particular day. For example, if the player selects a "122" three-way straight/box play:

(i) The player will win both the straight and box plays if the winning digits are "122" for the day selected.

(ii) The player will win the box play only if the winning digits are "212" or "221" for the day selected.

(h) Super six-way box. A play in which winning is achieved only when the three digits selected by the player contain three unique digits and those three digits are contained in the winning digits drawn for the day selected. This play is the equivalent of six straight plays on a single online ticket. The cost of this type of play is 6 times the base price. For example, if the player selects a "123" super six-way box play, the player will win one straight play if the winning digits are "123," "132," "213," "231," "312," or "321."

(i) Super three-way box. A play in which winning is achieved only when the three digits selected by the player contain two identical digits and one unique digit and those three digits are contained in the winning digits drawn for the day selected. This play is the equivalent of three straight plays on a single online ticket. The cost of this type of play is three times the base price. For example, if the player selects a "122" super three-way box play, the player will win one straight play if the winning digits are "122," "212," or "221."

(2) Method of play: The player may use play slips to make number selections. The TDM will read the play slip and issue ticket(s) with corresponding plays. If a play slip is not available, the online retailer may enter the selected numbers via the keyboard. A player may leave all play selections to a random number generator operated by the computer, commonly referred to as "quick play."