3 is a lottery game played in Western Australia and administered by Lotterywest. Currently, Tattersall's and the state-owned lotteries operate as a bloc to jointly conduct the national games, pooling their entries and winnings. 13 Wednesday Tattslotto edit Wednesday Tattslotto was a product of Tattersalls white elephant promo code and was played in their territories ( Victoria, Tasmania, Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory ). Two games with the same score the higher game number was ranked higher (i.e. For example, Tattersall's administers the Saturday Lotto (known as Tattslotto in its jurisdictions Oz Lotto and. In line with this change, branding for Oz Lotto changed in many states, to emphasise the seventh ball (including new names, such as Super 7's Oz Lotto in Tatts regions, and Oz 7 Lotto in Queensland. 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. The latest change, introduced on, brought the NSW game in line with Saturday Lotto.
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The main attraction of these lotteries are the prize homes, 36 often a brand new designer home. See also edit References edit Golden Casket Lottery Corporation (2007). Tatts Keno edit 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. Draws closed on Saturday afternoon where Australian games are used, or Saturday evening in the case of Northern Hemisphere match weeks. The final Queensland-only Wednesday Gold Lotto draw was held on, with Golden Casket joining the national Monday Wednesday Lotto draws (branded Monday Wednesday Gold Lotto) from Casket edit Casket (or the 2 Casket ) was the name given to the draw lottery administered by Queensland. Prizes are won for how many lines of three numbers (horizontally, vertically, or diagonally) are matched, with a jackpot (minimum 9,000) for matching all eight numbers and therefore, all eight lines.