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Changes edit NSW Lotto has lotto hof seen a number of changes since its introduction in 1979: 10 Originally a weekly game played on Mondays, a second "mid-week" draw was added on 21 November 1984.
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3 State government-owned corporations were once a major sector in the industry.Five numbers from 35 are drawn, plus either "red" or "black".One and 10 were drawn 19 times; 28, 42, and 62 were all drawn 18 times; and two and four were both drawn 15 times.Wednesday Gold Lotto edit Wednesday Gold Lotto was a statewide lottery game played in Queensland, and administered by Golden Casket, the Queensland Lotteries Corporation.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.(November 2010 lotteries in Australia include various lottery related products licensed by the Lott and, lotterywest, australian lottery companies.Kabilang sa mga nasawi ay ang dalawang babae spielautomaten online tricks mit handy at apat ha poke mission bay na lalaki. .



SA Lotto was replaced with an expanded version of NSW Lotto on ; the game is simply marketed as Lotto, in line with the Saturday version, replacing the SA Lotto brand.
Both Monday and Wednesday draws carry a Division 1 prize of 1 million for each winner.
It is drawn daily at 8:00pm (Melbourne time).
The new format contains nine divisions, increasing the odds of winning an overall prize (previously 1 in 78 per single game) but decreasing the odds of winning the jackpot (previously 1 in 76,767,600 per single game).Cash 3 edit Cash 3 is a lottery game played in Western Australia and administered by Lotterywest.Entries cost.20 per game plus agents commission.Nakabawi kamakalawa sa Game 3 ang Hotshots.Games of keno are run by one lottery organisation: South Australian Lotteries.


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