Winning Criteria The digits on your ticket must match in the correct order to win. Hereโ€™s an example lottery draw with two tickets, A and B. Ticket A: The first four digits and the last digit match, but the 5th digit is wrong, so this ticket only wins a โ€œMatch first 4โ€ prize. Ticket B: Even though the last five digits match, the first digit is wrong, so this ticket doesnโ€™t win a prize. Prize brackets donโ€™t โ€˜stackโ€™: if you match the first five digits in order, youโ€™ll only win prizes from the โ€˜Match 5โ€™ bracket and not from โ€˜Match 4โ€™ and โ€˜Match 5โ€™.

The total prize pool is split among the brackets:

Match first 3 - 10% Match first 4 - 15% Match first 5 - 25% Match first 6 - 50%

If any of the brackets have no winners, then: 40% Of unclaimed ANTC is burned 60% Of unclaimed ANTC is rolled over into the next round

Example: Total prize pool is 1000$, which means everyone who matches three will split $100 and everyone who matched 4 will split $150. No one hit Match 5 or 6; therefore, 40% of $250 + $500 is burned, and 60% is rolled over into the next round; $300 is added to Match 6 prize pool and $150 into the Match 5 prize pool.

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