Lotto

UK Lotto

The first UK Lotto lottery draw happened on 19th November, 1994. That draw saw seven winners sharing a £6 million jackpot. As of 2002, the main UK National Lottery game is referred to as Lotto. Since late 2013, the ticket has been sold at £2 each, which was earlier £1. Since October 2015, players are expected to match all the six primary draw numbers from a 59-ball pool to hit the jackpot.

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Keno is a casino game that’s fun, simple and harmless – just like I want casino games to be. Though the gameplay isn’t the fastest, you would easily overlook that once you get hooked up by the game’s simplicity

In this article:

1. How Does it Work?

2. Let's Talk About Odds

1. How Does it Work?

To justify the ticket price hike, lower-level prizes and the jackpot sum have been increased too. Also, a secondary game called Millionaire Raffle has been launched, and a fresh bottom-level prize is added too. This means players have a much better chance than before to win something – even if this is not much different from any other lottery. And irrespective of the number of people sharing the Lotto jackpot, only one player would be declared the winner of the Millionaire Raffle.

As aforementioned, the UK Lotto ticket price is £2 for every line, with £1 set aside for the Lotto draw, and £1 getting you a Millionaire Raffle entry. Lotto is essentially a 6 out of 59 game – wherein you can pick six numbers or go with a ‘lucky dip’ that generates a selection on your behalf randomly. Draws happen on Saturday and Wednesday evenings, with the tickets being sold until 7:30 pm. The ticket sales are officially reopened at 9 pm the same evening.

2. Let's Talk About Odds

To score a win, you should have six numbers exactly matching the six primary balls drawn. A ‘bonus’ seventh ball is drawn too, which is only meant for second-tier prizes, with an approximate payout of £50,000. Though the jackpot’s odds are 1 in 45 million, a £55 million cap is put into place, and is brought down for second-tier prize winners.

Overall, the winning odds are 1 in 9.3, with the lowest prize being essentially a free future draw entry. In the game’s second part, Millionaire Raffle ensures a millionaire in every draw, in addition to 20 £20,000 prizes, which are assigned using randomly created ‘raffle numbers’ comprising a random number and a four-character colour number. Certain draws have an improved Millionaire Raffle with additional prizes up for the taking, which typically happen in conjunction with a major public holiday or a significant calendar event.