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She is now looking forward to quitting her job and travelling around Australia. Some NSW venues also offer a Keno Racing game, which groups each line of 10 numbers as a "runner" in a "race" of eight, with positions based on the number and timing of numbers drawn; traditional horse-racing bets are offered such as "Win", "Place", "Trifecta" and so on.
Set For Life is currently Australia's newest lottery. Its inaugural draw was held on Friday 7 August The game was originally announced in February Tatts Chief Executive Robbie Cook told the Sydney Morning Herald  at the time that "it's everyday dreaming.
It's not somebody looking to stop working and hang up their shoes. The game was based on similar lotteries outside of Australia, such as Cash4Life in the US.
Other prize divisions are paid in full, however. There are eight prize tiers in total and draws are held every single day at 9pm AEST.
If there are four winners, they share the total Division 2 prize pool. To play you pick a "Set" of seven numbers from a range of one to Two supplementaries are drawn after the main seven numbers, giving nine numbers drawn in total.
These numbers are used to determine other prizes. To win the jackpot, you must match all seven regular numbers:. There is also a computerised racing game is known as Trackside,  where players can also bet on a Win, Place, Quinella or Trifecta, and recently First Fours.
Trackside has twelve runners in different racing modes: Thoroughbreds, Harness, Hurdles and Greyhounds. The Trackside odds are fixed and do not change regardless of how many people are playing.
Trackside is operated by Tabcorp Holdings and is run inside TAB venues. Its original tag-line was Win real money on unreal horses , but when greyhound races were introduced, the tag-line was dropped and the logo changed to a 'T' in a green circle with the word TRACKSIDE written in a different font.
Note that greyhound races still use twelve runners to match the horse races, unlike regular greyhound races which always have eight runners in a race unless eight are not available.
The former logo featured a cartoon horse and the name TRACKSIDE written in the Ad Lib typeface font. Trackside results can also be viewed on SKYtext teletext channels and , however this can seemingly only be viewed inside TAB venues, along with the other SKYtext racing results previously, Seven Network used to host teletext , but cancelled the service on 30 September , leaving only channel open for closed captions.
As of December , Flexi bets could only be placed via the EasyBet terminal EBT machines, however paper Trackside tickets containing Flexi Trifecta and First Four options have since been produced.
During a system update in , the hurdle races were removed, and races have become more frequent, being every three minutes instead of every four minutes.
There are also "mystery" bets, where the computer can randomly pick the first three or four runners in a boxed trifecta or first four bet.
Super 66 is an Australian lottery game played in all states except New South Wales which plays Lotto Strike instead.
It is a product of Tattersalls and is played on a Saturday night, drawn just after the main Tattslotto draw.
A six-digit "winning number" is drawn, and players win prizes by matching either its first or last digits. It was initially intended as an "add-on" game, and in most states Super 66 could only be bought in conjunction with another game, but has more recently become a standalone game, meaning that it can be bought by itself.
Super 66 entries are usually computer-generated although some states allow registered players to record their favourite Super 66 numbers and play them like in other games.
To win First Division, players must match the winning number with their entry exactly. Otherwise, fixed consolation prizes are won if at least the first two or last two digits match.
Using as an example drawn number, there are five divisions:. The First Division prize can jackpot for 25 consecutive weeks as of 20 January .
On the 26th draw with no winners, the jackpot is "rolled down" to the next highest division with winners. In addition to the Saturday Tattslotto draw, most states and territories' lottery corporations hold their own lottery draws, playable only in their state or states, in the case of Tattersalls of their jurisdiction.
Lotto Strike , launched in is a statewide companion game to NSW Lotto played in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory only, and administered by New South Wales Lotteries.
Originally based on NSW Lotto's Monday and Wednesday draws, Lotto Strike also became available for play on Saturday Lotto after the midweek NSW Lotto changes in instead of Super Lotto Strike's winning numbers are the first four balls drawn in order from the corresponding Lotto draw.
To win a prize, players must match at least one of their selected balls in the same position as the winning numbers e.
Numbers can be selected manually or through computer "auto-pick". Entries can also be "boxed", producing 24 standard games allowing the numbers to be matched in any order.
The odds of winning Strike Four with a single game is 1 in 3,, There are four prize divisions, named after the number of balls correctly matched in their position:.
Due to the relative unpopularity of Lotto Strike, jackpots occur often and it can often take many months for a Strike Four prize to be won.
Although New South Wales is the only state in Australia that plays Lotto Strike, the format is also played in New Zealand with their national Lotto game.
Cash 3 is a lottery game played in Western Australia and administered by Lotterywest. The Cash 3 format is also used in several places in the United States.
It is drawn daily and the numbers telecast on Channel Seven in Perth , and on GWN in regional Western Australia. Players select three digits, and may choose to bet on those three digits being drawn in any order, in that specific order, or both.
This section refers to 'traditional' draw style lotteries offered by Australian lottery organisations. In this type of game, a set number of tickets — typically in the low six figures — are offered for sale in each draw.
A set of numbers are then drawn these days by a random number generator and are awarded prizes, with many consolation prizes often offered.
Lucky Lotteries is the current brand name given to draw lotteries administered by Tattersalls , after originally being administered by New South Wales Lotteries.
Currently, two lotteries are run under this name: Super Jackpot and Mega Jackpot. Both denominations exclude agent's commission. Since March , the lotteries have been available in Tattersalls jurisdictions.
All tickets are "auto-picked" by the computer and are usually allocated sequentially, but those buying 10 numbers or less can have their numbers selected at random.
Tickets can be purchased up to 10 draws in advance for Super Jackpot and two draws for Mega Jackpot. Draws are conducted soon after all tickets are sold at the NSW Lotteries offices, and prizes can be claimed the day after; summaries are often printed in major newspapers.
For Super Jackpot, on average one draw occurs each morning at the NSW Lotteries offices, and sometimes more than one. The lesser demand for Mega Jackpot means that a number of weeks often passes between draws.
Due to the delay between selling tickets and drawing them particularly for Super Jackpot , a ticket purchased today may be drawn several days from today; by that time, the jackpot amount advertised may have already been won by an earlier draw.
NSW Lotteries now adds a disclaimer to this effect when advertising these lotteries. Free tickets are always awarded as a sequential run of numbers.
A jackpot ticket number is then drawn, separately from the main draw. A jackpot ticket can only be one of the previous tickets drawn which means you must be drawn twice to actually win a jackpot prize.
If the ticket number drawn matches a winning number exactly one-offs do not count , then they win the jackpot; otherwise, that number wins 10 free tickets for an advance draw and the jackpot increments by a certain amount.
Three separate numbers were drawn, named after the number of digits in each winning number: Lucky 7 with numbers ranging from , Lucky 6 and Lucky 3 SA Lotteries conducted one LuckySA Lottery draw, launched in June ,  and conducted on 2 January As of , no further draws have been conducted.
SA Lotto , previously known as Cross Lotto or X Lotto , was a statewide lottery game played only in South Australia, and administered by South Australian Lotteries.
At its winding up, the game was played twice a week, on Mondays and Wednesdays. SA Lotto was replaced with an expanded version of NSW Lotto on 1 May ; the game is simply marketed as Lotto , in line with the Saturday version, replacing the SA Lotto brand.
The X Lotto brand was replaced with Lotto and SA Lotto in , since crosses on entry forms were no longer accepted — but was reinstated in May The draw format was the same as for the Saturday draw, with six winning numbers and two supplementary numbers drawn from SA Lotto was notable in that there were six divisions instead of five, with an additional division for games with four matching winning numbers, plus a supplementary number.
Wednesday Tattslotto was a product of Tattersalls and was played in their territories Victoria , Tasmania , Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory.
Started in February , six winning numbers and two supplementary numbers are drawn from 40 balls — less than the Saturday version of the game.
Each game cost 50 cents plus agent's commission. As with Tatts Keno, Tatts Scratchies and Tatts 2, Tattersalls were not permitted to operate these games under the Victorian government licensing regime which commenced on 1 July However, they were slightly easier to win due to the reduced number of balls used.
Wednesday Gold Lotto was a statewide lottery game played in Queensland , and administered by Golden Casket , the Queensland Lotteries Corporation.
Started in ,  Wednesday Gold Lotto was played like Saturday Lotto, with games costing 50 cents each plus agent's commission.
Unclaimed first division prizes were used to fund future Division 1 prizes, or for other promotional purposes. The name of the game dates back to the first Queensland draw lotteries — with cash prizes originally prohibited by law, the first prize was awarded as a casket of gold valued at a certain amount, which was then immediately bought back from winners for its cash value.
Specific numbers could be selected by the player when buying a Casket ticket as long as the number has not already been selected , or otherwise automatically allocated through a Quick Pick.
There was no jackpot component. Tatts 2 was a Tattersall's product played only in its territories. It is one of the simplest games that can be played.
A player selected 2 numbers from 1—99 in each game; which cost 55c. Each night at about two numbers from 1—99 were drawn.
In some draws usually once a week , both the 1 Number prize and the 2 Number minimum prize were doubled. The odds of matching both numbers with a single entry was 1 in 4, There was the provision for a jackpot for the 2 Number prize, which could jackpot for five weeks before being rolled down into the 1 Number dividend.
However jackpots very rarely occurred. Tatts Keno was administered by Tattersall's and played in most areas that offer their lottery products Victoria , Tasmania and Australian Capital Territory — Tatts Keno could not be played in the Northern Territory.
Tatts Keno was a daily game, and entries could vary from 3 to 10 spots. Tatts Keno offered one jackpot prize, for matching all numbers from a Spot 10 ticket.
Tatts Keno was replaced by Intralot's Lucky Keno 70 from 1 July From 1 July , Intralot was introduced into Victoria following changes to lottery licensing by the Victorian Government , and was subsequently introduced into Tasmania.
After originally branding its games under the name The Luck Factory , Intralot now brands its lotteries using its own name. However, Intralot announced on 25 October , that they would cease operating in Victoria,  with effect from 1 February First drawn on 6 July , and drawn each Sunday at 8pm.
Although known officially in rules and Intralot's licence as TV Bingo ,  the draw is currently broadcast live on radio, through 3AW.
Prizes are won for matching the four corners, or a diagonal cross, within the first 25 numbers, or a "full house" within 50 numbers with odds of , In the original incarnation, the diagonal cross was allowed to be made within 27 numbers, the corners within 28, and further numbers would be drawn until the "full house" prize was won.
First drawn on 1 July , and drawn daily at 7pm. Known as Cross and Match in Intralot's licence, and the official rules.
First drawn on 1 June , and drawn daily at pm. Five numbers from 35 are drawn, plus either "red" or "black". First drawn on 1 June , and similar to Lotterywest's Cash 3 game above: a three-digit number is drawn each night at pm.
Unlike Cash 3, the "any order" wins are a consolation prize to the "exact order" major prize, rather than a separate bet. Lucky Keno is a keno game operated by Intralot, and played in their territories of Victoria and Tasmania.
It is drawn daily at pm Melbourne time. The game started as Lucky Keno 70 , with 20 numbers drawn from 70 instead of the traditional 80 twice a day.
Wagers can be made with between 3 and 10 "spotted" numbers. As Lucky Keno 70 , a "Hi-Lo" bet was also available, which won if 13 or more numbers fell on the correctly predicted half of the available balls Low: numbers 1—35; High: numbers 36— The bonus wager and the Hi-Lo game is no longer available since 15 March The Australian Soccer Pools usually branded as The Pools or Soccer Pools was a national lotto-type game, administered by SA Lotteries.
Rather than being drawn at random, the winning numbers were selected based on the results of association football matches, either in Australia typically state leagues or the northern hemisphere depending on the time of year.
Six winning numbers were selected from 38, but only one supplementary number. Draws closed on Saturday afternoon where Australian games are used, or Saturday evening in the case of Northern Hemisphere match weeks.
Matches were drawn from a match list and numbered Those numbered 1—38 are the ones that were generally used, with the remainder being reserve matches , which replaced any matches from the first 38 which are postponed or otherwise voided.
Once all game results were known, games were ranked in this order, from highest to lowest: . Once the games were ranked, the numbers of the six highest-ranked games became the winning numbers, with the seventh becoming the supplementary.
In the case of any ties i. Where reserve matches were required, they were used in order starting from 39, and substituted voided matches starting from lowest to highest.
Where less than 38 matches in total were played, state rules varied as to whether the remaining winning numbers were drawn from a barrel,  or whether to cancel the draw entirely and re-enter all entries into the next Pools draw.
The Pools offered the same five divisions as Saturday Lotto; the odds of winning Division One with a single game were 1 in 2,, All Australian lottery companies offer "Scratchies" or instants which can be purchased at outlets.
Players scratch and try to match numbers, complete puzzles or reveal codes to obtain a prize. Although games are often shared between lottery companies, scratchies purchased in one Australian state are not often exchangeable in another.
A Superdraw is the term given to a Saturday Lotto draw with a much larger guaranteed jackpot pool than usual. Members of the Australian Lotto Bloc use part of their revenue from normal weekly draws to fund these special draws, which occur seven times a year.
As a single-state game NSW Lotteries ran more occasional promotions, such as "Anniversary Weeks" based around the anniversary of NSW Lotto's beginnings in November A Prize Home Lottery is a lottery run by charitable organizations, such as the Returned and Services League of Australia , Surf Life Saving Australia , Mater Health Services , RSPCA Australia , Royal Melbourne Hospital and SA Hospital lottery.
There is also a Multiple Sclerosis Lottery. The main attraction of these lotteries are the prize homes,  often a brand new designer home.
These lotteries are often valued at over a 1 million dollars, making winners instant millionaires. Along with a new house, first prize often includes a new car, brand new white and brown goods.
The funds raised from these lotteries are used to support disadvantaged men, woman, children and their families.
Organizations such as the Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Heart Foundation use the funds raised to research solutions for modern illnesses. In one of the lotteries, a nurse won the jackpot.
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