Best answer: Is the Irish lottery a con?

Is the Irish Lotto rigged?

Seamus Kelly‎Ireland Says No

We have been doing same numbers for 32 years in every draw on Irish lotto since first draw in 1987, never won any more than three numbers. What’s the odds in not getting any more than three numbers over a 32 year period. It has to be fixed, very seldom do we get winners names.

Is the Irish lottery any good?

People who play the Irish Lottery typically have better odds of winning in comparison to those playing the UK Lottery. For the Irish jackpot, participants have a 1 in 10.7 million chance of winning. Some people find the Irish Lottery a lot easier to play in comparison to the UK Lotto.

What are the odds of winning Irish lottery?

What are the odds of winning the Irish Lottery? You have a one in 29 chance of winning any prize with the Irish Lotto, or a one in 14 chance if you opt to bet on the Lotto Plus option as well.

Why is the Irish Lotto capped?

The Lotto jackpot rolls over until it is won. When the jackpot reaches a new all-time high, it is capped at that level until it is won. Once a jackpot is capped, funds that otherwise would have gone toward increasing the jackpot go toward the lower-tier prize amounts.

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Can I play the Irish lottery in England?

You can play the Irish lottery from the UK, the rules are very simple. All you have to do is to pick any 6 numbers ranging from 1 to 47. … The trick here is that you can choose two different numbers to increase your chances to win the prize, Though you can even choose the two same numbers.

Which Lotto has best odds Ireland?

Moreover, there are different prize tiers available and the probability of winning the seventh prize (matching 3 numbers) is as high as 1 in 54. In Ireland itself, the Irish lotto is the lottery with the best prize odds.

How much is it to play the Irish lottery?

Irish Lotto tickets are available from authorised retailers in Ireland, where you can play a minimum of two lines for €4, costing €2 each. Alternatively, numbers can be picked online from anywhere in the world.