Lotto Max hits Maxmillion mode

Friday February 26th 2010 Lotto Max hits Maxmillion mode

Canada's Lotto Max has been growing since the 9th January 2010. This in turn means that the Lotto Max hits Maxmillion mode, as it hits its cap of $50 million for the draw tonight with $59 million in top prizes up for grab, which include a top jackpot prize of $50 million along with an estimated  nine more $1 million lottery prizes known as Maxmillions. This puts this Lotto Max draw into the record books in that it is Canada’s second largest and is something that  players will get very excited about.

When Lotto Max hits Maxmillions status, players automatically  get more chances to become a millionaire and these chances increase every week that this lottery is not won. The previous Lotto Max featured 10 Maxmillion prizes and a total prize fund of $60 million. If not won in tonight’s draw we could see a new record for this game.

If you buy lottery tickets for Lotto Max, they will cost you $5 each and you will have three chances to win of seven numbers each and the aim is to match all seven numbers to win the main lottery prize.

The odds of winning the jackpot on Lotto Max are one in 28.6 million per play and one in 6.6 for winning any prize per play. So as far as lottery games go these are fairly average odds and it could certainly be worth a few games for this next draw.

There is also a $99 million jackpot up for grabs in the US multi state game MegaMillions this evening, another lottery game which you may want to keep your eyes on.


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