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Pick 4 is a lottery game created in 1987 and launched by California Lottery's predecessor, the California State Lottery. It takes its name from the fact that players select four numbers out of a possible 69 (excluding "quick pick" and "lucky pick"). The game costs $1 per play. A Pick 4 ticket allows one person to play up to four sets of numbers so that people can choose different settings for their tickets.

Players win by matching all four numbers drawn for their chosen set on the date of their ticket. A prize is only won if at least four numbers are drawn for the player's set. If all four digits are removed, the player wins $250,000. If three of the four numbers are drawn, the prize is multiplied by four (to $1 million). Two of the four winning numbers are multiplied by 15 (to $750,000). For one number to be matched in a set, it pays $75,000.

Match-5 players in the California Lottery will receive an automatic free play on Pick 4 on or after January 1st and April 30th of each year. Match-5 players that choose not to receive this promotion must sign a waiver form.

To win a jackpot, players must match all four numbers drawn for their chosen set on the date of their ticket. A prize is only won if at least four numbers are drawn for the player's set. If all four digits are drawn, there is no prize for that drawing. For example:

For three numbers to be matched in a set, it pays $1 million, $750,000 for two of four, and $75,000 for one number.

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