There is a lottery where is drawn six numbers out of 49 with two draws per day.
In this lottery is possible to select in one ticket more than six numbers - i.e. when you select 8 numbers then your tip contains all possible six-number combinations (in this case 28 combinations in total) from 8 numbers of your selection. It is possible to select up to 16 numbers in one ticket (this ticket would "generate" 8008 six-number combinations).
Let's presume that there is only main prize in this lottery - your tip must contain all 6 numbers drawn.
Scenario A: You will select 8 numbers on your ticket (28 six-number combinations) and this ticket you will bet to all draws in whole month (2 draws per day x 30 days = 60 draws in total).
Scenario B: You will select 9 numbers on your ticket (84 six-number combinations) and this ticket you will bet only to one draw per day in month (1 draw per day x 30 days = 30 draws in total).
Which scenario gives you better probability of winning the main prize in one month term -
A: more draws with less numbers (=more theoretical chances to win) or
B: less draws with more numbers (=better probability per draw)?
Or it doesn't matter?