The Poland Lotto is a favourite European national lottery that has been played for more than half a century and is renowned for its unlimited jackpots.
The Poland Lotto History
The original Polish Lotto game was introduced in 1957 by the Polish Sports Lottery association, and the largest jackpot of zł 50 million (US$14.2 million) was won in September of 2011.
Poland Lotto Rules
Players can enter to win the Poland Lotto by selecting six numbers from a guess range of 1- 49. Online lotto service theLotter.com offers players the option to use 4 or 8 line entry forms or can opt for a systematic form of 8, 9, 10 or 11 numbers which produces all possible entry combinations of the selected numbers and increases the odds of winning a prize. Players can pick their numbers manually (Natural Selection), use their preselected numbers from theLotter.com account (My Numbers), or have the numbers randomly chosen (Quick Pick). To ensure participation in all draws, and guarantee exclusive discounts, theLotter offers all players Subscription and Multi-Draw packages.
Online lotto ticket purchases close three hours prior to the drawings which occur every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evening, at 22:15 GMT. Lottery results are available on theLotter at approximately 11:00 GMT the following morning.
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Winning the Poland Lotto
The Poland Lotto has 4 prize categories and players must correctly guess 6 numbers to win the Polish lottery's jackpot. Players have 60 days to claim their win and the Poland Lotto’s wins are taxed at approximately 10%, and the jackpot starts from zł2 million and continues to grow with each rollover. With no jackpot cap, the Poland Lotto prize can continue to rise until a winner is declared.
The largest jackpots include: zł 50 million (US$14.2 million) in September 2011, zł 33.7 million (US$10.3 million) in February 2012, zł 28 million (US $8.7 million) in September 2009 and zł 24.6 million (US $7.6 million) in April 2010. Check lottery results for this and 70+ lotteries from around the world.
For more information on Poland's Lotto, visit the official site here.