Шесть правильных и джек-пот: швейцарской лотерее исполнилось 50 лет

Швейцария лото

На что тратят деньги «лотерейные миллионеры»?

Однако есть и те, кому все-таки везет. За последние 50 лет в Швейцарии появилось 769 «лотерейных миллионеров». Деньги, «упавшие с неба», могут и в самом деле вскружить голову. А как ситуация выглядит в Швейцарии? Вилли Месмер (Willy Mesmer), пресс-секретарь организации Swisslos, говорит, что в целом информации о том, что делают со своими деньгами счастливчики, очень мало. Поэтому начиная с 2016 года эта лотерейная компания начала специально расспрашивать «своих миллионеров» о том, что изменилось у них в жизни после неожиданно свалившейся «манны небесной».

Как выясняется, швейцарцы в целом сохраняют спокойствие и благоразумие. По-настоящему большие деньги, похоже, не приводят большинство швейцарских миллионеров в состояние «потери берегов». Напротив, многие «сначала выплачивают ипотеку на свой дом или отдают другие кредиты», — говорит Вилли Месмер. Опросы подтверждает, что почти все лотерейные победители пытаются распорядиться своими деньгами разумно и с прицелом на долгосрочную перспективу. Примерно около половины счастливчиков переезжают на новое место жительства, вероятно, с целью экономии налогов. Только лишь один человек, сорвавший в 2013 году солидный куш, пять лет спустя заявил, что от его выигрыша осталось уже не так уж и много.

Очень сдержанно ведут себя новоявленные «миллионеры», когда речь заходит о том, чтобы рассказать о своем везении семье или друзьям. Подавляющее большинство таких людей не склонно оповещать о своей удаче весь мир. Так что социальные и семейные контакты от удачи в лотерее в Швейцарии особенно не страдают. Скромны швейцарцы также в области потребления. На предметы очевидной статусной роскоши деньги тратят только 30% победителей. Остальные предпочитают «маленькие радости». Например, многие говорят, что они тратят эти деньги на поездки в экзотические страны или покупают себе автомобиль, который они давно уже хотели бы купить, но не покупали за отсутствием средств.

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Как в Швейцарии лечат зависимость от интернета и секса

Этот контент был опубликован 14 декабря 2018 года
14 декабря 2018 года
Интернет и секс — нормальная часть жизни любого человека, но иногда от них можно попасть в болезненную зависимость. Опыт Швейцарии.

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Swiss Lotto FAQ

The Swiss Lotto is a lottery offered in Switzerland. Players have tickets consisting of 6 numbers, plus a bonus number, and a drawing is held in which 6 numbers and the bonus number are drawn. If a ticket issued on that day matches all 6 numbers and the bonus number, that ticket will win the jackpot. There are also a number of prizes for partial matches.

To play the Swiss Lotto, you’ll first need to purchase a ticket. The ticket will consist of 6 numbers from 1 to 42, and a bonus number from 1 to 6. You can win cash prizes depending on how many of the numbers match up.

The Swiss Lotto also offers a Joker subgame, which allows players another chance at additional prizes.

The jackpot prize in the Swiss Lotto is variable, as if no winning ticket is sold for a drawing, the prize pool rolls over and is larger for the next drawing. In addition to the possibility of winning the jackpot, there are a number of other cash prizes for partial matches.

The full prize structure is:

  • Match all 6 Numbers + Bonus Number – Jackpot
  • Match 5 Numbers + Bonus Ball – €800,000* (estimated)
  • Match 5 Numbers – €8,000* (estimated)
  • Match 4 Numbers + Bonus Ball – €800* (estimated)
  • Match 4 Numbers – €80* (estimated)
  • Match 3 Numbers + Bonus Ball – €28* (estimated)
  • Match 3 Numbers – €10* (estimated)

When playing the Joker subgame, the player chooses a six digit number. The aim of the Joker game is to select as many correct last digits as possible from left to right. A player wins a prize depending on how many correct last digits match their Joker number. If the last digits select completely match the Joker number that is drawn, that player wins the jackpot.

You can play up to 3 Joker numbers at one time. Every Joker number costs €1.74.

There is no hard number figure guaranteed for the Swiss Lotto starting jackpot. However, jackpots always begin over the €1,000,000 threshold, with exact values dependent on tickets sales.

If the jackpot rolls over, the jackpot amounts for future drawings will be considerably higher.

The Swiss Lotto will continue to roll over if no jackpot matching ticket is sold. This means the Swiss Lotto jackpots can grow quite large, with jackpots well into the tens of millions happening with some level of frequency in recent years.

The Swiss Lotto is available to Swiss citizens who wish to buy a ticket. It’s necessary to physically buy a ticket within Switzerland to play Swiss Lotto, so you can’t directly order a Swiss Lotto ticket online.

However, a number of third party services exist that will let you play Swiss Lotto. It’s advisable to do some research to make sure the service you use is reputable.

Residents of Switzerland must be 18 years or older to play the Swiss Lotto. People outside Switzerland using third party lotto facilitators must also be 18 years or older.

The Swiss Lotto drawing takes place every Wednesday and Saturday evening.

Ticket sales for Swiss Lotto close at 5:00 pm Central European Time Zone on the day of either the Wednesday or Saturday drawing.

A ticket for the Swiss Lotto is €2.75.

The odds of winning any of the various prizes in the Swiss Lotto are as follows:

  • Matching all 6 Numbers + Bonus Number – 1 in 31,474,716
  • Matching 5 Numbers + Bonus Ball – 1 in 6,294,943
  • Matching 5 Numbers – 1 in 145,716
  • Matching 4 Numbers + Bonus Ball- 1 in 29,143
  • Matching 4 Numbers – 1 in 666
  • Matching 3 Numbers + Bonus Ball – 1 in 220
  • Matching 3 Numbers – 1 in 44

Swiss Lotto prize winners have 26 weeks to claim their prize before the tickets expire. After that point, unclaimed prizes would be rolled back into the prize pool.

The Swiss government taxes Lotto winnings over €1,000. The taxation rate is 35% on prizes above the €1,000 threshold.

Any international players playing Swiss Lotto through third party services should check with their local country’s government, as it’s possible that Swiss Lotto winnings may be subject to double taxation.

The largest jackpot in Swiss Lotto history was a €64,000,000 jackpot, which was won on a drawing held on December 17th, 2016 by a single ticket holder.

Some of the other highest jackpots in Swiss Lotto history are:

  • €45,000,000, won in August of 2014
  • €33,000,000, won in March of 2010
  • €31,000,000, won in November of 2013
  • €29,000,000, won in May of 2013

Неполные системы

100% 2 — при 2 угаданных:

Номеров: 8 — Билетов: 3

Номеров: 9 — Билетов: 3

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Номеров: 45 — Билетов: 52

100% 3 — при 3 угаданных:

Номеров: 8 — Билетов: 4

Номеров: 9 — Билетов: 4

Номеров: 10 — Билетов: 6

Номеров: 11 — Билетов: 8

Номеров: 12 — Билетов: 11

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Номеров: 24 — Билетов: 76

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Номеров: 26 — Билетов: 94

Номеров: 27 — Билетов: 105

Номеров: 28 — Билетов: 120

Номеров: 29 — Билетов: 132

Номеров: 30 — Билетов: 142

Номеров: 31 — Билетов: 153

Номеров: 32 — Билетов: 165

Номеров: 33 — Билетов: 191

100% 4 — при 4 угаданных:

Номеров: 8 — Билетов: 5

Номеров: 9 — Билетов: 6

Номеров: 10 — Билетов: 10

Номеров: 11 — Билетов: 17

Номеров: 12 — Билетов: 24

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Номеров: 20 — Билетов: 198

100% 5 — при 5 угаданных:

Номеров: 8 — Билетов: 6

Номеров: 9 — Билетов: 9

Номеров: 10 — Билетов: 20

Номеров: 11 — Билетов: 34

Номеров: 12 — Билетов: 59

Номеров: 13 — Билетов: 78

Номеров: 14 — Билетов: 138

Номеров: 15 — Билетов: 189

100% 6 — при 6 угаданных:

Номеров: 8 — Билетов: 7

Номеров: 9 — Билетов: 16

Номеров: 10 — Билетов: 45

Номеров: 11 — Билетов: 84

Номеров: 12 — Билетов: 176

Не без критики

По данным швейцарского общественного (негосударственного) телевидения SRF, швейцарцы тратят в год на покупку лотерейных билетов около 500 миллионов франков, из которых 300 миллионов идут в лотерейный фонд, который затем делится между 26 кантонами Швейцарии. Куда идут деньги? Данные за последние пять лет по 11-ти кантонам показывают, что только 5% от общего объема денег, полученных за счет лотерей, идет в доход небольших общественных ассоциаций, объединений и союзов (в среднем это суммы менее 10 тыс. франков). Треть денег выплачивается (траншами в размере не менее 1 млн. франков) таким учреждениям культуры, как театры, музеи и концертные залы.

Особую критику вызывает тот факт, что, по данным швейцарской новостной телепрограммы Rundschau, деньги идут на проекты не столь, скажем так, «очевидные». Например, только на строительство здания Музея изобразительного искусства Цюриха (Kunsthaus Zürich) за счет лотерей было потрачено 30 миллионов франков. В кантоне Аргау государственная транспортная компания Postauto (PostBus) получила из этих же источников 1,5 млн. швейцарских франков на свой собственный «исследовательский проект».

А если заполнить бланк лотерейного билета левой рукой?

В том же кантоне 250 000 швейцарских «лотерейных» франков пошло на торжественные мероприятия по случаю избрания Дорис Лойтхард в состав правительства Швейцарии, в Федеральный совет. «Причиной таких злоупотреблений стала недостаточная степень надзора за расходованием средств, а также склонность кантонов пользоваться активами, накопленными за счет лотерей, в режиме «самообслуживания», — указывает Фабиан Шнелль (Fabian Schnell), эксперт либерального аналитического центра Avenir Suisse.

Austrian Lotto FAQ

The Austrian Lotto provides different types of games to their clients implying that you can play a different game every day. You can play any game by choosing different balls and draws each week. The lottery’s customers get the opportunity to play daily and weekly jackpots.

To play the lottery, you only need to follow three simple steps:

  • Choose your favorite lottery game: You can choose to play the big jackpots or the discounted odds provided by the Australian Lotto.
  • After you have picked the number of your favorite game, you are required to choose the numbers to play. Here, you have the option of choosing the numbers randomly through QUICK PICK.
  • To play the jackpot, you will need to purchase a ticket in a store or online

Austria Lotto clients can draw twice a week on Wednesday and Sunday at 16:30 GMT. The clients will need to purchase tickets, which they can acquire online at the lotter at 08:00 GMT on Sunday and at 13:30 GMT on every Wednesday before the day’s draw is made.

For you to have a winning ticket, you have to match all the 6 lucky numbers drawn from a range of 1 to 45. Your chances of winning are increased through the Lotto’s 9 prize categories and one bonus ball that increases the winning chances. As a player, you can get a bonus if you can guess the bonus number correctly.

Austria Lotto provides clients with different jackpots and you can win each of them in a different way. Winning the jackpots is as simple as matching the numbers drawn for each jackpot. You can check their website for further guidance on what it takes to win each jackpot.

Austrian Lotto does not allow minors to participate in any of their lottery games. The legal age for buying a lotto ticket can differ depending on your country of residence. For instance, the legal age for gambling is 18 years and above in countries like Australia and United State while in United Kingdom, the minimum age limit is 16 years. If minors play the Austrian lottery games and win in any of the winning categories, the prizes won will be declared void.

Depending on the country you are in, taxation of lottery prizes might be applicable. As such, you should go through your local country’s gaming and gambling regulations to determine whether your winnings are taxable. Customers in Australia and United Kingdom are not required to pay any tax on lottery prizes. In United States, however, lottery prizes may attract a federal tax and state tax in some instances.

The Austrian Lotto customers can access gaming services globally through online lotteries that are displayed on their website. The firm provides different global payment options that are available globally and that you can use to purchase your tickets.

The Austrian Lotto customers can access gaming services globally through online lotteries that are displayed on their website. The firm provides different global payment options that are available globally and that you can use to purchase your tickets.

If you are wondering what happens to a lotto jackpot that has not been won, you should know that in most cases, the lottery prize is added to the next jackpot draw through a ‘lotto rollover’.

The firm does not require its clients to put their winnings into specific use or investment. Once you have been declared a winner, they will load your lottery winnings into your online account where it is available for withdrawal. Withdrawing your winnings is as simple as clicking the withdrawal button. You also have the option of converting lottery winnings to play credits and reinvest them by playing in other lotteries that the firm offers.

After qualifying for a lottery prize, the firm will provide you with your lottery winnings as soon as possible. You can decide to use Direct Debit or sign up for other available payment methods. Bank payments require that your bank account details are made available to the lottery firm and in such an incidence; they will transfer your prize money into your account in less than a month. If you win any lottery prize before registering with the firm or sharing your bank details with them, just contact their customer care and they will arrange on how you will receive your payments.

Swedish Lotto FAQ

The Swedish Lotto is a lottery offered in Sweden. Players have tickets consisting of 7 numbers and a drawing is held in which 7 numbers are selected. If one of the tickets sold for that drawing matches each of the 7 numbers, that ticket wins the jackpot. Partial matches are also eligible to win prizes.

To play the Swedish Lotto, you’ll need to buy a ticket. The ticket will consist of 7 numbers from 1 to 35 and a Joker number. You can win different prizes, the individual prizes determined by how many of the numbers match up. It’s worth noting that the Swedish Lotto offers some of the best odds, even though there are 7 numbers on a ticket. This is because each number is only 1 to 35, while in most other large lotteries the number range is significantly higher.

In addition to the main lottery, the Swedish Lotto offers something called the Extra Game, a way of both winning money outright regardless of your results in the main lottery, and also a way to multiply your winnings in the main lottery.

The jackpot prize in the Swedish Lotto is variable, as the jackpot value rolls over to the next drawing if no winning ticket is issued. In addition to the overall jackpot, a number of other prizes for partial matches of numbers exist.

One thing to note is that unlike many lotteries, the lower prize values are not fixed, but instead are dependent on ticket sales. The below values are estimates.

The full prize structure is:

  • Match all 7 Numbers plus 2+ matches in Extra Game – Jackpot
  • Match 7 Numbers – €150,000* (estimated)
  • Match 6 Numbers plus Joker Number – €3,400* (estimated)
  • Match 6 Numbers – €360* (estimated)
  • Match 5 Numbers – €13* (estimated)
  • Match 4 Numbers – €2.3* (estimated)

If you choose to play the Extra Game, you’ll also select a 7 digit number. This is your Extra Game number. When the main lottery numbers are drawn, a 7 digit number will also be created.

Depending on how many exact matches your Extra Game number has with the one created by the Swedish Lotto, you can either win money outright, or else multiply your winnings from the main lottery.

A couple of examples to make things clear:

Let’s say your Extra Game number is 9753135. The Extra Game number drawn is 1743221.

You match twice, 9753135. You don’t win the main Swedish Lotto, but for getting two matches in the Extra Game you win a prize of €7.22.

Let’s say your Extra Game number is 9753135. The Extra Game number drawn is 9758135.

You match six times, 9753135. You win €111 in the main Swedish Lotto, and now you also win €22,300 from the six matches in the Extra Game. All in all, you win €22,411.

Please note that extra game matches must be in the exact same spot of the number. Having a 1 in the 5th position does you no good if a 1 is drawn in the 2nd position.

Also, you must buy the Extra Game option on your ticket to win the absolute grand prize, as this is won by matching all 7 numbers in the main Swedish Lotto and also having at least 2 matches in the Extra Game.

The Swedish Lotto doesn’t have a set number that the jackpot is guaranteed to meet or exceed.

In the even that a given jackpot rolls over, the next drawing’s jackpot will be significantly higher.

If no jackpot matching ticket is sold, the Swedish Lotto will continue to roll over. Swedish Lotto jackpots can reach into tens of millions of dollars.

The Swedish Lotto is available for any Swedish citizens who want to purchase a ticket. Additionally, anyone can buy a ticket to play the Swedish Lotto online. A number of third party sources exist for purchasing Swedish Lotto tickets.

The Swedish Lotto drawing happens twice each week, each Wednesday and Saturday evening. The Wednesday drawing is at 6:20 pm Central European Time Zone, and the Saturday drawing is at 8:00 pm CET.

A ticket for the Swedish Lotto without the Extra Game is €1.11. The Extra Game costs €1.11 extra, so a ticket to Swedish Lotto plus the Extra game is €2.22.

The odds of winning each of the possible prizes for the Swedish Lotto are as follows:

  • Match all 7 Numbers plus 2+ matches in Extra Game – 1 in 337,915,578
  • Match 7 Numbers – €150,000* 1 in 6,724,520
  • Match 6 Numbers plus Joker Number – 1 in 240,161
  • Match 6 Numbers – 1 in 40,027
  • Match 5 Numbers – 1 in 847
  • Match 4 Numbers – 1 in 59

The Swedish government does not have an income tax, so any winnings from the Swedish Lotto are not taxed at all.

International players playing Swedish Lotto through online services should check with their home country’s government to determine whether they owe their own government taxes on the winnings.

The biggest jackpot ever won in Swedish Lotto history was a jackpot win in April of 2013, which was worth about €25,000,000.

Several other large jackpots have been won:

  • €22,500,000, in 2010
  • €14,000,000, in 2011
  • €13,000,000, in 2011
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