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The maximum points a person could have is 23. The first year of the point system was 1996.

Draw odds in this state are impossible to get exact.however, Last year there were 1,666,684 points in the any ram category, for 20 permits. If you average points across permits there are 83,334 points per permit. A max point holder had 529 points. 529/83,334= 0.635%Last year there were 12,530 applicants in the any ram category, for 20 permits.If you average the applicants across permits there are 627 applicants per permit. Any applicant without a point system would have 1 application. 1/627= 0.159%Max point holders have 4x better odds then if there were no points. Last year anyone below 12 points had worse odds than if there were no points. And anyone below 10 points had less than 1/1000 odds. Putting in for the first time had 1/100,000 odds.

Quote from: X-Force on December 06, 2018, 10:42:18 AMDraw odds in this state are impossible to get exact.however, Last year there were 1,666,684 points in the any ram category, for 20 permits. If you average points across permits there are 83,334 points per permit. A max point holder had 529 points. 529/83,334= 0.635%Last year there were 12,530 applicants in the any ram category, for 20 permits.If you average the applicants across permits there are 627 applicants per permit. Any applicant without a point system would have 1 application. 1/627= 0.159%Max point holders have 4x better odds then if there were no points. Last year anyone below 12 points had worse odds than if there were no points. And anyone below 10 points had less than 1/1000 odds. Putting in for the first time had 1/100,000 odds.so you're telling me there's a chance?

There you have it. I’m trusting your math was good. I refuse to try. Seems pretty reasonable. Now if you really want to fix the odds, go like Idaho. You can apply for one controlled oil hunt and if you do, no deer or elk. You gots to make choices. But I tell you what. It very much helps with drawing tags.