- Poland Lotto
Poland Lotto Numbers for Tuesday 10 Nov 2020
|6 Numbers||1 x||€1,641,141.98|
|5 Numbers||58 x||€983.10|
|4 Numbers||2.590 x||€33.12|
|3 Numbers||48.088 x||€5.33|
Poland Lotto (Polish Lotto) Odds of Winning
Your chances of winning the jackpot in Polish Lotto are 1 in 13,933,816, which is actually quite good when compared to many other national or international lotteries. The SuperEnaLotto, for example, is known for having some of the toughest lottery odds of any game in the world: 1 in 622,614,630. Meanwhile, the Mega Millions odds of winning are 1 in 302,575,350, and the odds of winning the US Powerball are 1 in 292,201,388. Therefore, the Polish Lotto really offers players a much fairer lottery experience overall; in fact, the Polish Lotto’s odds rank among the best of any major lottery that we’ve seen. But if we're going to compare grapes to grapes, Polish Lotto has the exact same odds as Canada Lotto 6/49, which tends to offer even bigger jackpots.
|Numbers Matched||Odds of Winning|
|6||1 in 13,983,816|
|5||1 in 55,491|
|4||1 in 1,032|
|3||1 in 57|
The most frequently drawn numbers
It’s worth checking the numbers which have been drawn the most to increase your winning chances. You can use them to fill in the ticket or use just some of them and mix with your favourite numbers on your ticket and check the Polish Lotto winning numbers after the draw to see if you have won.
The most drawn numbers in Polish Lotto are 13 and 42. Number 13 has been drawn 206 times during the last 10 years. Number 42 has been drawn in 14% of the draws during the last 10 years. Other frequently picked numbers are 32, 6, 18, 4, 19, 45, and 17.
It’s up to you to decide to play the Polish Lotto online. Analyze the Polish Lotto results from the past few weeks, pick the most frequently drawn numbers or create your own set of numbers and participate in the next draw.
What Happens if You Win Polish Lotto?
All Poland Lotto prizes are paid out in cash—also known as a lump sum—and are taxed at around 10%, give or take. So, for those partial to annuity payouts (or even tax-free prizes, for that matter), this may not be the lottery for you.
But in the event that you did go for Poland Lotto and—as luck would have it—you won, there are a few guidelines that you need to follow. Such as:
For winnings less than zł2,000: Winners may claim their prizes at any Poland Lotto retailer.
For winnings beyond zł2,000: Winners must claim prizes at any branch of Totalizator Sportowy.
Deadline: All winners must claim prizes within 60 days of the draw. Any prize that goes unclaimed after the deadline is deemed invalidated.
That being said, if you played Poland Lotto using an online lottery site, the process will be different. Some sites automatically transfer winnings into your account, so long as your prize doesn’t go above a certain threshold.