Latest Draw Predictions Statistics: Sat 21 Jan 2017
- Advanced Prediction
4 / 6of correctly predicted numbers$29.00view prediction
- Best User Prediction
4 / 6of correctly predicted numbers$8.00view prediction
- Wisdom of Crowd
2 / 6of correctly predicted numbersno winningsview prediction
- Best Algorithm Prediction
4 / 6of correctly predicted numbersno winningsview prediction
|1st Prize||6 + pb||Fr10,000,000|
|2nd Prize||match 6||Fr1,000,000|
|3rd Prize||5 + pb||Fr10,000|
|4th Prize||match 5||Fr1,000|
|5th Prize||4 + pb||Fr200|
|6th Prize||match 4||Fr100|
|7th Prize||3 + pb||Fr35|
|8th Prize||match 3||Fr12|
This Swiss Lotto is a simple game with a traditional draw style organized and run by the Loterie Romande, which was first launched in 1970 and drawn for a Saturday game. The Lotteri Romande organization was founded in 1937 and it has been controlled by six French-speaking Cantons of Vaud, Nauchatel, Fribourg, Wasworth, Geneva and Swore. Thus, the lottery is also called one of the six French-speaking lotteries.
Originally the matrix was a 6 from 40 configuration but then on April 7, 1979 it was changed into the one of 6 from 42.The last change was done on January 4th 1986 with the matrix of a 6 from 45 and started to have an additional second weekly drawing starting from January 8th 1997. This gives bigger chances of winning the jack pot every week. The odds of winning the jackpots in the game are 1 in 8.14 million. While for the second level, the odds are 1 in 1.35 million.
To play this game the player has to match 6 different numbers from the pool of numbers from 1 to 45. With the six numbers matching, a player will be the winner of the Swiss Lotto jackpot, the first level of the prizes. The player also has the chance to get the second level of prizes by selecting a Supplementary Number.
The Switzerland Lottery made the 500th Millionaire on February 2nd 2009. There were two winning players called the 500th and 501st winners winning more than a million on the game. They received the jackpot of CHF 1.78 million each. Fifty percent on the Swiss lotto tickets are given back to the players when they win them.
The jackpot prizes start from the money of CHF 2 million and of course can get higher each draw. When nobody gets the jackpot, there will be the rollover and the jackpot will then be summed up with the jackpot for the next drawing. There have been no limits for the rollovers so it will give the chance of winning extra large jackpots. The jackpots are given by the cash lump sum like other kinds of lotteries in Switzerland.
Previously, only people in Switzerland who can play in the game but now people all around the world can join in by purchasing the lottery ticket online. However, the players should be at least 16 years old but it’s still lower than any other kinds of lottery games with the rule of minimum 18 year old limit. The Swiss Lotto is drawn twice a week on Wednesday and Saturday.;