Here is the Latest Uk49s Teatime Lotto Results are out, Following the Winning Number of Teatime draw on Sunday 13 September 2020.
Uk49s Teatime Results on Sunday 13 September 2020, are as Follows.
Uk 49s Teatime Result Today.
UK 49S teaTime Results is Announced Now. We update regularly all Lunchtime results which is holding 17:49 PM (UK). The entire criteria for playing the game are the same as for TeaTime Result. We Update all Lunchtime results Live for our Users. And congratulations to the winners.
The most drawn number or hottest number of them all from 1 July 2020 is number 46, which has been drawn a total of 5 times. On the other hand, along with number 15, number 18 is also the most common booster ball into a batch of numbers – both have been drawn as the booster ball three times since 1 March 2020.
Hot and Cold Balls for the past month.
Meanwhile, the hot balls for the past four weeks are 14,42,12– which have been drawn 15, 13, and 12 times, respectively. And the Cold balls for the last 4 weeks are 30,18,38.
How do you play UK 49s Lotto?
To play, you select whether you would like to play in the six-balls draw or seven ball draw. The seven ball draw includes the Booster ball and therefore increases your chances of winning.
In the six ball draw, you choose up to five numbers from the first six to be drawn. In the seven ball draw, you choose up to five numbers from all seven which will be drawn.
Unlike other UK lotteries, the 49s lottery is based on a betting system. After choosing a draw and your numbers, you’ll need to decide on the amount you would like to bet. You’re betting on those numbers being drawn. Since there are two draws a day, you will need to choose which of the daily draws you want to play in – either the lunchtime or teatime draw. You can also choose to play in multiple draws.
Finally, place your bet with the bookmaker of your choosing.
What time is the 49s draw?
UK 49s Lotto is drawn twice a day, every day. There is a draw at lunchtime, at 12:49 pm GMT and another at teatime, at 5:49 pm GMT (or 4:49 pm GMT in Winter).
What are the odds of winning?
The odds of winning the 49s are:
Matched numbers Odds
Six numbers 1 in 13,983,816
Five numbers 1 in 1,906,884
Four numbers 1 in 211, 876
Three numbers 1 in 18,424
Two numbers 1 in 1,176
One number 1 in 49
Where can I play 49s Lotto?
You can play 49s at most bookmakers. Some companies, such as Ladbrokes, will allow you to play online.
How much does it cost to play?
The 49s lottery does not have a fixed price, as it works on a betting system. Instead, you can choose how much you want to bet.
How much will I win?
Unlike other lotteries, 49s doesn’t have a prize structure. Instead, prizes are based on the odds of winning and your 49s results. Winnings will also differ depending on how much you bet on the draw.
For example, if you placed a £1 wager on a teatime draw and matched five numbers, you could win £125,000 in the six number draw, or £40,000 in the seven number draw. The winnings double if you placed a £2 wager.
Each bookmaker will have different odds, so it’s best to check which bookmaker has the best odds before playing.
Where can I find the UK 49 latest results?
You can find the UK 49 latest results, 49 results history, right here at Lottery Results. We publish the latest 49 lunchtime results and 49 teatime results every day after each draw. You can also find a complete record of the 49s history of draw results to check your results on previous draws.
Many people believe you can only buy lottery tickets via a local retailer. Fortunately, that is not true. Lottery tickets can be purchased directly online via a number of secure web sites and mobile apps. There are additional playing options, including dice games, slots, and casino games. Some operators even specialize in crypto-gaming where the currency used is Bitcoin. But always remember to check if it is legal to play in your jurisdiction.
They say you have a better chance of getting struck by lightning than at winning the lottery. If the math is right, the odds of winning in a pick-6 game are 1 in 14 million. Is it ever worth playing, or is it just a waste of money?
If you’re looking for strategies on how to win, you’ll find that a lot of these tips don’t work. That’s because, at the heart of it, the lottery is largely influenced by probabilities. But fear not—you can still follow these:
- Gather your friends and create a lottery pool: If we’re talking about strategies, you don’t increase your odds by playing frequently, but by playing a lot of tickets. By having a pool, everyone can chip in in terms of resources and then have all play as one.
- Measure which games have the best odds: Different games, different rules—that’s pretty much clear for anyone playing the lottery. Different prices, different payouts, too. Before jumping into the fray, do your research and see which ones can provide you with the best odds. Think of scratch cards—they have smaller payouts, yes, but often have better odds. It’s up to you to weigh which one is more of a priority.
- Don’t be afraid to play rare numbers: What you’re going for here is a bigger payout. Since everybody else is gunning for the popular or lucky numbers, it is more than likely that when someone wins, they will not be alone and will be sharing the pot with a few more. By choosing to go with a more unique combination, you are also increasing the likelihood that you will be the only winner.
- Second chances for the win: The back of your lottery ticket may be the key for a future payout since you can use this to play for another round if you don’t win the first time. Simply fill out the form, and you’re good to go—you don’t even have to shell out the extra dough. Many lotteries offer this opportunity, so don’t toss your ticket to the bin just yet.
Did you know that?
- Bill Morgan, an Australian national was once pronounced dead but was revived 14 minutes later. To celebrate the occasion, he bought a scratch-off lottery ticket and won a car worth $17,000. While he was being interviewed about his luck, he won another $250,000 jackpot.
- The “Speed Camera Lottery” is an electronic traffic monitoring system in Sweden that automatically enters drivers who drive at or below the speed limit. The winnings come from fines paid by speeders.
- More people would rather win the lottery than find true love.
- French writer Voltaire was an early lottery winner.
- Around 70% of 20- to 30-somethings buy at least one lottery ticket per year. Approximately 45% of seniors age 70 or older buy at least one lottery ticket per year.
- Very few winners opt for plastic surgery after a lottery windfall.
- 48% of winners keep their day jobs.
- 44 states the number of US states that participate in the lottery. Six states have opted out: Utah, Alabama, Alaska, Mississippi, Hawaii, and Nevada. Nevada does not participate because the state already benefits from gambling profits.
- A former math professor (who clearly knows a thing or two about odds) has won the lottery four times: $5.4 million the first time, $2 million a decade later, $3 million two years after that, and finally, $10 million in 2010.