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Florida Lucky Money GAME ENDED

Florida Lucky Money game has ended.

The final Lucky Money drawing was held January 29th. The game is being replaced by Florida Jackpot Triple Play, a new pick-6 game to start in February.

Game Stats

  • Lottery State: Florida
  • Name of Game: Lucky Money
  • Game Format: 4/47
  • Change: Game Ended!
  • Date Started: January 29, 2019

Australia The Pools GAME ENDED

Australia’s The Pools game was withdrawn from the Australian Lottery Market. The last result was posted on June 23, 2018.

The Pools was Australia’s only lottery which used the outcome of soccer matches played across Europe and Australia instead of a machine to draw lotto numbers. The 6 highest scoring drawn soccer matches determined the 6 winning numbers, with the 7th highest drawn match becoming the bonus number.

Game Change Stats

  • Lottery Country: Australia
  • Name of Game: The Pools
  • Game Format: 6/38 + B
  • Change: Game Ended
  • Date Ended: June 23, 2018

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Hot Lotto, one of the multi-state Powerball type lotto games in the USA ended on October 28, 2017 to make room for a new Lotto America game to begin on November 15, 2017.

Game Change Stats

  • Lottery State: Multi-state
  • Name of Game: Hot Lotto
  • Game Format: 5/47+1/19
  • Change: Game Ended
  • Date Started: October 28, 2017

Iowa, Minnesota All or Nothing GAME ENDED

The All or Nothing lotto game offered by the Minnesota Lottery and Iowa Lottery has ended as of Friday, June 30, 2017 in both states. The final drawing was June 30, 2017 at 8:45 p.m. Unfortunately, the Iowa and Minnesota multi-state All or Nothing lottery did not generate enough player interest to continue sales of the game. Winners have one year from the date of the drawing to claim prizes.

Game Change Stats

  • Lottery State: Iowa and Minnesota
  • Name of Game: All or Nothing
  • Game Format: 12/24
  • Change: Game Ended
  • Date Ended: June 30, 2017

North Carolina All or Nothing Game Ended

Due to low performance of the game, All or Nothing has been cancelled by the North Carolina lottery officials. The game started in September, 2014, holding 2 drawings daily for a total of 1,318. However, there were only 6 jackpot winners of the All or Nothing game.

Your choices in North Carolina are now limited to the multi-state games Powerball, Mega Millions, and Lucky for Life, in addition to Carolina Cash 5, and the pick-3 and pick-4 games.

Game Change Stats

  • Lottery State: North Carolina
  • Name of Game: All or Nothing
  • Game Format: 12/24
  • Change: Game Ended
  • Date Started: June 30, 2016

Montana 10 Spot Keno Game Ended

Montana 10 Spot lotto game ended this month to make room for the new Montana Big Sky Bonus Game. 10 Spot was a Keno type pick-10 from 1-80 game, which started February 11, 2010 ran for more than 6 years.

Game Change Stats

  • Lottery State: Montana
  • Name of Game: 10 Spot
  • Game Format: 10/20/80 (keno)
  • Change: Game Ended
  • Date Started: April 2, 2016

Wild Card 2 Game Ended

Wild Card 2 multi-state USA game has ended, despite having pretty good odds of winning for a Powerball type game, only 1 in 1,898,688 (compare that to 1 in 292,201,338 odds of winning Powerball or 1 in 258,890,850 for Mega Millions, and Wild Card 2 was a much better choice!).  

The game started in 1994 as Tri-West Lotto and became Wild Card 2 in 1998. Ticket sales have been declining, down by 6.5% from last year, as new games have started and Wild Card 2 has reached its end, according to lottery officials in North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, and Idaho.

Wild Card 2 ticket prizes can still be claimed within 180 days of the drawing date. The jackpot for the last drawing on February 24th was $375,000. If no one wins the prize, the remaining money will be divided among the four states that ran the game.

Game Change Stats

  • Lottery State: USA Multi-State: ND, SD, MT, ID
  • Name of Game: Wild Card 2
  • Game Format: 5/33 + 1/16 Wild Cards
  • Change: Game Ended
  • Date Started: February 24, 2016