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Русские квадриллионы

В России уже 25-й год существует лотерея «Русское лото». Она схожа с итальянской по общему числу номеров (и там и там их 90), но совершенно отличается от нее возможностью выигрыша главной категории: в настоящее время* вероятность сорвать джекпот (то есть заполнить 15 номеров из 15, причем на 15 ходу) составляет в «РЛ» фантастические 1:45 795 673 964 460 800 или один шанс на 45 квадриллионов (если говорить о билете, где все-таки два игровых поля, то шанс составляет 1:22 897 836 982 230 400 или один к 22,9 квадриллионов). В нашей жизни просто не бывает событий такого порядка.

Даже если сравнивать этот показатель с примерами других сложных лотерей, то получается, что забрать джек в «Русском лото»:

  • в 76 миллионов раз сложнее чем в PowerBall или Megamillions
  • в 36 миллионов раз сложнее чем в SuperEnalotto

Впрочем, указанные цифры не отражают сути, это всего лишь результат деления вероятностей в разных лотереях. На самом деле можно сказать по другому: если в американских лотереях джекпот выигрывают регулярно (несколько раз за год) за счет большого количества участников, а в Италии несколько реже (за счет меньшего количества участников и более сложной формулы), то в России джекпот, по действующим правилам, выиграть вообще нельзя! Это математически невозможно.

Главный приз лотереи «Русского лото», превысивший недавно миллиард, может кому-то достаться только если организаторы примут решение его отдать, временно изменив правила розыгрыша джекпота или — во втором туре, как это и произошло в Новый год.

Сложно назвать лотереей игру, с таким интересным подходом как у «Русского лото». При этом стоимость участия в ней (сейчас это 100 рублей, то есть 1,4 евро), дороже чем в SuperEnalotto (1 евро), а выигрыши хотя бы второй призовой категории совершенно смехотворны:

  • 1 млн рублей, если перевести их в евро, это всего € 14-15 тысяч
  • если говорить о тиражах, в которых (регулярно!) выигрыш второй категории составляет смешные 200-300 тысяч рублей, то в евро это соответственно, € 3-4 тысячи.

При сравнении этих показателей (у нас более дорогая ставка и невозможно выиграть джекпот в принципе) напрашивается вывод, что итальянцам играть в SuperEnalotto все-таки интересно, несмотря на то, что данная лотерея самая сложная в мире.

Тем, кто не живет в Италии, могут поучаствовать в лотерее SuperEnalotto используя помощь TheLotter

Для россиян возможность участия в иностранных лотереях ограничена запретами на переводы за рубеж по транзакциям содержащим код обозначающий азартные игры (MCC 7995). Впрочем, при желании можно отправлять деньги и обычным банковским переводом, например, через Сбербанк (комиссия 1% от 15 000 рублей. Или, минимум — 150 рублей за один перевод)

Что касается «Русского лото», то с такими правилами розыгрыша джекпота лотереей ее сложно назвать. Это несправедливая азартная игра, затмевающая участникам голову при помощи маркетинговых уловок и невероятного джекпота, решение о розыгрыше которого принимает исключительно оператор, только и тогда, когда он этого пожелает

List of Austrian Lotteries

EuroMillions

EuroMillions, the biggest transnational in Europe, is playable in Austria. The game launched in Austria in 2008, and has been a staple in Austrian Lotteries’ lineup of games.

To play EuroMillions, all you have to do is pick 5 numbers from 1 to 50, plus 2 additional Lucky Star numbers from 1 to 12. If you match all 7 numbers drawn, you win the jackpot, which regularly reaches hundreds of millions in Euros.

There are also 12 other prize tiers for the taking, so there’s plenty of chances for you to win. And with bi-weekly draws, you can always keep trying.

EuroMillions has draws every Tuesday and Friday evening. The draws are broadcast in Austria at 10:45 PM.

Austria Lotto 6/45

Perhaps Austria’s most popular lottery, Lotto 6/45 (or Lotto 6 aus 45) is another game that’s not to be missed. Jackpots don’t reach the same heights as you’ll see in EuroMillions, but the minimum grand prize of €1.5 million sure doesn’t sound too shabby.

For a chance to win, just pick 6 numbers from 1 to 45 (if you haven’t guessed by now). Match all 6 and you take home the rolling jackpot. There are 8 prize tiers in total, and the overall odds of winning any prize are pretty favorable.

Austria Lotto 6/45 has drawings every Wednesday and Sunday evening at 8:00 PM.

Lucky Day

A unique game as far as lotteries go, Lucky Day is another one of Austria’s popular games. It features a maximum fixed prize of €250,000 and drawings every single day.

To play Lucky Day, you must pick a valid calendar date (month, day, and year), plus an extra lucky symbol from a pool of 16. If you match the entire date as well as the lucky symbol, you win the top prize! There are 15 prize tiers in total, so you have plenty of chances of winning.

Lucky Day has daily drawings at 6:40 PM.

Instant Win Games – Rubellos and Brieflos

Austrian Lotteries also provides scratch-off and break-open tickets for a chance to win instant prizes! Scratch-off tickets are aknown as Rubellos, while break-open tickets are known as Brieflos. Prizes vary, but cash and vacation packages are the most common things you can win.

Решение сохранить свои деньги стало роковым

Даже после того, как Франсиско стал миллионером, он не оставил свое ремесло. Победитель решил не тратить полученный выигрыш, вместо этого он два года хранил деньги самостоятельно (где и как неизвестно), а после решил прибегнуть к услугам банка. Этот шаг и стал роковым в его судьбе. Выбор пал на Банко Сантандер, крупнейшую финансовую организацию Испании. Франсиско был уверен, что все его деньги спокойно лежат на депозите, но он сильно заблуждался. Все его средства были размещены в высокорисковые инвестиционные продукты, которые не принесли ожидаемой прибыли.

Франсиско узнал о подвохе только в 2009 году, когда ему требовалось проведение операции на мениске. Стоимость хирургического вмешательства составляет тридцать тысяч евро. Каменщик решил снять деньги со своего депозитного счета, но в банке его ждал неприятный сюрприз. Его денег больше нет. И это еще не все. Франсиско стал должником банка! А все потому что, Испания попала в серьезный финансовый кризис и активы стремительно обесценивались.

Естественно, решение о размещение средств в рисковые активы было принято по совету сотрудника банка. Консультант убедил Франсиско, что с такой крупной суммой нужно поступить именно так. Победитель решил довериться «профессионалу».

Однако стоит помнить, что сотрудники банка не несут ответственности за безопасность денег клиента. Часто они получают дополнительные премии за продажу определенных инвестиционных пакетов. Поэтому в первую очередь они заинтересованы в своём благосостоянии, а не в соблюдении интересов клиента. И чем рискованнее предлагаемый продукт, тем выше вероятность того, что сотрудник финансово мотивирован его продать.

How Does Austria Lotto Work?

The Basics

As previously mentioned, Austria Lotto uses the 6/45 lottery format—which means players pick six numbers from a selection range of 1 to 45. There’s also a bonus number, known as the Zusatzzahl, drawn from the same pool of 45 numbers. Unlike some lotteries, however, this extra number doesn’t dictate the jackpot winner. Instead, it determines who wins in some of lower prize divisions (namely, the 2nd, 4th, 6th, and 8th tiers).

Speaking of winning, you must match all 6 of your numbers to bag the jackpot prize. Matching 5, plus the Zusatzzahl, meanwhile, gives you the second prize win. Matching only 5, without the bonus number, lets you take home the third prize, and so on.

In total, Austria Lotto features 8 prize divisions you can win in—with the lowest requirement for winning is by getting a 0+1 match. This means that if you only match the Zusatzzahl number, you can still win something.

By the way, if no one wins the current jackpot, a rollover will occur and add on to each succeeding draw’s prize pot until someone wins. This means that, theoretically, the prizes could become ridiculously huge thanks to the rollover mechanic.

The Odds of Winning

Thanks to the fact that the bonus Zusatzzahl number is also drawn from the same pool of 45 numbers, you will get some relatively favorable odds here compared to lotteries that rely on two separate number pools for its main and bonus numbers. Check out the quick breakdown below to see what your chances are for each prize tier:

Numbers Matched Odds of Winning
6 1 in 8,415,060
5+1 1 in 1,357,510
5 1 in 34,808
4+1 1 in 14,290
4 1 in 733
3+1 1 in 579
3 1 in 45
0+1 1 in 16
Odds of Winning Anything 1 in 12

So What Happens if You Win?

If you win in Austria Lotto, you’ll be glad to know that all prizes are 100% tax-free. That is, of course, if you live in Austria. If you live in another country, however, your local tax laws may still apply. Plus, if you used an online lottery service, there may be commission fees to consider as well (though this will depend on the website you used). Another thing to note is that prizes are paid out in lump sum form—so don’t expect to get your winnings in yearly installments.

As for getting your winnings, the process depends on how much you’ve won. For instance, winnings €1,000 or less can easily be claimed—within 6 months from the draw—at any Austria Lotto retailer. Meanwhile, winnings between €1,000.10 and €80,000 require you to fill up some claim forms and waiting for 4 weeks to get your prize.

History of The Veikkaus Lotto

Finland has a long lottery history and in fact, the first lotteries were already being organized in the 1940s. The Finnish government licensed the games, regulating the way people play and win. Known also as Veikkaus Lotto, the Finland Lotto was launched in 1970 with the first draw taking place on January 3rd 1971. The Lotto game’s popularity soon spread and this Finland Lottery 7/39 is a traditional jackpot and today, it’s the flagship game offered by Oy Veikkaus Ab. History tells us that the biggest jackpot won so far was in 2004 when a cool 5.7 million euro was won by a family who matched all the numbers when Finland lotto results were announced.

¿iquest;Dónde Jugar a la Lotería de Austria En Línea?

Cualquier juego con características atractivas como la Lotería Austriaca vale la pena probar suerte. Tal vez la pregunta más común para los principiantes es dónde conseguir los billetes. Sin embargo, cómo comprar un billete de la Lotería de Austria es muy fácil. Desde el sitio de la lotería o de intermediarios de renombre como Multilotto.net puedes comprar un billete al azar con números que han sido elegidos al azar. Alternativamente, puedes utilizar una opción de selección rápida donde tienes la posibilidad de elegir tus propios números.

Una vez que hayas terminado con el billete o quick pick, eres libre de colocar tus apuestas en línea. Lo que es más emocionante es que el jugador puede realizar numerosos intentos antes de que se celebre el sorteo del bote. Una vez que hayas hecho tus apuestas, lo tuyo es esperar al sorteo del bote que se transmite en vivo por la televisión austriaca los domingos a las 18:00 y los miércoles a las 18:30 horas, hora local.

Swiss Lotto FAQ

The Swiss Lotto is a lottery offered in Switzerland. Players have tickets consisting of 6 numbers, plus a bonus number, and a drawing is held in which 6 numbers and the bonus number are drawn. If a ticket issued on that day matches all 6 numbers and the bonus number, that ticket will win the jackpot. There are also a number of prizes for partial matches.

To play the Swiss Lotto, you’ll first need to purchase a ticket. The ticket will consist of 6 numbers from 1 to 42, and a bonus number from 1 to 6. You can win cash prizes depending on how many of the numbers match up.

The Swiss Lotto also offers a Joker subgame, which allows players another chance at additional prizes.

The jackpot prize in the Swiss Lotto is variable, as if no winning ticket is sold for a drawing, the prize pool rolls over and is larger for the next drawing. In addition to the possibility of winning the jackpot, there are a number of other cash prizes for partial matches.

The full prize structure is:

  • Match all 6 Numbers + Bonus Number – Jackpot
  • Match 5 Numbers + Bonus Ball – €800,000* (estimated)
  • Match 5 Numbers – €8,000* (estimated)
  • Match 4 Numbers + Bonus Ball – €800* (estimated)
  • Match 4 Numbers – €80* (estimated)
  • Match 3 Numbers + Bonus Ball – €28* (estimated)
  • Match 3 Numbers – €10* (estimated)

When playing the Joker subgame, the player chooses a six digit number. The aim of the Joker game is to select as many correct last digits as possible from left to right. A player wins a prize depending on how many correct last digits match their Joker number. If the last digits select completely match the Joker number that is drawn, that player wins the jackpot.

You can play up to 3 Joker numbers at one time. Every Joker number costs €1.74.

There is no hard number figure guaranteed for the Swiss Lotto starting jackpot. However, jackpots always begin over the €1,000,000 threshold, with exact values dependent on tickets sales.

If the jackpot rolls over, the jackpot amounts for future drawings will be considerably higher.

The Swiss Lotto will continue to roll over if no jackpot matching ticket is sold. This means the Swiss Lotto jackpots can grow quite large, with jackpots well into the tens of millions happening with some level of frequency in recent years.

The Swiss Lotto is available to Swiss citizens who wish to buy a ticket. It’s necessary to physically buy a ticket within Switzerland to play Swiss Lotto, so you can’t directly order a Swiss Lotto ticket online.

However, a number of third party services exist that will let you play Swiss Lotto. It’s advisable to do some research to make sure the service you use is reputable.

Residents of Switzerland must be 18 years or older to play the Swiss Lotto. People outside Switzerland using third party lotto facilitators must also be 18 years or older.

The Swiss Lotto drawing takes place every Wednesday and Saturday evening.

Ticket sales for Swiss Lotto close at 5:00 pm Central European Time Zone on the day of either the Wednesday or Saturday drawing.

A ticket for the Swiss Lotto is €2.75.

The odds of winning any of the various prizes in the Swiss Lotto are as follows:

  • Matching all 6 Numbers + Bonus Number – 1 in 31,474,716
  • Matching 5 Numbers + Bonus Ball – 1 in 6,294,943
  • Matching 5 Numbers – 1 in 145,716
  • Matching 4 Numbers + Bonus Ball- 1 in 29,143
  • Matching 4 Numbers – 1 in 666
  • Matching 3 Numbers + Bonus Ball – 1 in 220
  • Matching 3 Numbers – 1 in 44

Swiss Lotto prize winners have 26 weeks to claim their prize before the tickets expire. After that point, unclaimed prizes would be rolled back into the prize pool.

The Swiss government taxes Lotto winnings over €1,000. The taxation rate is 35% on prizes above the €1,000 threshold.

Any international players playing Swiss Lotto through third party services should check with their local country’s government, as it’s possible that Swiss Lotto winnings may be subject to double taxation.

The largest jackpot in Swiss Lotto history was a €64,000,000 jackpot, which was won on a drawing held on December 17th, 2016 by a single ticket holder.

Some of the other highest jackpots in Swiss Lotto history are:

  • €45,000,000, won in August of 2014
  • €33,000,000, won in March of 2010
  • €31,000,000, won in November of 2013
  • €29,000,000, won in May of 2013

¿iquest;Cómo Jugar a la Lotería de Austria En Línea?

Si alguna vez has probado la lotería en cualquier otra plataforma aparte del sitio de la Lotería de Austria o el Multilotto encontrarás que la Lotería de Austria es fácil. Sin embargo, si es la primera vez, no te preocupes porque este juego es expresamente fácil. Principalmente es una lotería 6/45, lo que significa que el ganador del bote tiene que acertar 6 números de una caja de números del 1 al 45.

Además del bote, hay otros 8 combos ganadores. Por ejemplo, cuando se hace el sorteo, se puede sacar una bola bonus de la misma caja del que se sacan las bolas normales. En el caso de que hayas acertado esta bola bonus, entonces calificas para 4 de los 7 premios secundarios de la lotería. El 8¿ordm; premio de la Lotería de Austria puede ganarse sólo por acertar la bola bonus.

Powerball FAQ

To play Powerball, you’ll need to get a ticket. A Powerball ticket consists of five numbers and a sixth number designated as the Powerball number.

Each Wednesday and Saturday night, a drawing is held. If your ticket’s numbers match some or all of the numbers drawn, you’ll win a variable sum of money. The amount you win depends on how much you match, and if you match all 6 numbers, you’ll win the grand prize.

A single ticket costs $2. With each ticket purchased, it’s possible to add the Power Play option, which costs $1 more.

There are nine ways to win at Powerball, based on the number of matches you make and whether you match the specific Powerball number. They are as follows:

  • Match all five numbers + the Powerball number – Jackpot
  • Match all five numbers – $1,000,000
  • Match four numbers + Powerball – $50,000
  • Match four numbers – $100
  • Match three numbers + Powerball – $100
  • Match three numbers – $7
  • Match two numbers + Powerball – $7
  • Match one number + Powerball – $4
  • Match Powerball – $4

An option called Power Play allows players to increase these values should they win.

Power Play is an option players can select that allows for an increase in non-jackpot prizes. In order to activate Power Play, players must pay $1 on top of the standard $2. A Power Play number of 2, 3, 4, 5 or (sometimes) 10 is generated at random for this ticket. If the ticket wins any prize below the $1,000,000 prize, the value is multiplied by the Power Play number. If the ticket wins the million dollar prize, that prize is doubled. The 10x Power Play number will only be a possibility when the jackpot is $150 million or lower. Please note that California doesn’t allow the Power Play option.

Yes, anyone can play Powerball regardless of whether he or she is a US Citizen or not. The caveat, however, is that a ticket must be purchased in the US to be valid. Services exist that will buy Powerball tickets in the US on behalf of foreign-located players. It’s important to research to make sure that the service you’re using is legitimate.

There is a 1 in 24.87 chance of winning a Powerball prize of some kind with each ticket, but the odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 292,201,338.

The full odds table is as follows:

  • Five + Powerball – 1 in 292,201,338
  • Five – 1 in 11,688,053.52
  • Four + Powerball – 1 in 913,129.18
  • Four – 1 in 36,525.16
  • Three + Powerball – 1 in 14,494.11
  • Three – 1 in 579.76
  • Two + Powerball – 1 in 701.32
  • One + Powerball – 1 in 91.97
  • Powerball – 1 in 38.32

Yes, to play Powerball you must be 18 years of age or older.

U.S. citizens will pay federal taxes on prizes of more than $5,000, and most states also withhold their own tax from the prize amount.

Non-US residents should consult their country’s laws to determine what their tax liability may be.

If a Powerball drawing is held and no ticket sold matches all 5 numbers plus Powerball, the jackpot rolls over to the next drawing. Each time this happens, the jackpot grows larger and larger.

There’s no limit on how high the jackpot can grow, and multiple roll-overs can produce jackpots that grow by hundreds of millions of dollars each time.

If multiple tickets are sold for a drawing that match all 5 numbers plus Powerball, the jackpot will be split evenly between the winners.

In January of 2016, the jackpot reached $1.58 billion dollars. Three winning tickets were sold, meaning that a prize of $528.5 million was awarded to each of the three ticket holders.

The expiration date on a winning Powerball ticket depends on the state in which it was purchased. Each state has its own rules, ranging from 90 days to as much as a year after the drawing was held. You’d be encouraged to consult with lottery officials in the state in which the ticket was purchased to know when your ticket expires.

The cut-off point for buying a ticket varies from state to state. Generally, it’s from one hour to two hours before the drawing is held.

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