System Type, oz Lotto Super 7, system.
With Systems 7 to 20, you simply have more numbers in each draw, and more chances to win.
With System 4, you need only select four numbers to win the Division One prize; with System 5, five winning numbers are enough.
With System 3, you need only select three winning numbers in the upper section of the game board, plus the Powerball, to win Division One.No matter which way you choose to play, don't forget to save your System entry as a Favourite for next time.(Share a system 10 ticket with nine others, and it would cost you only.30).(For Systems 9-20 the computer can only accept up to five games per coupon).Just nominate the date of the draw - up to nine weeks in advance - and tell your Lotto Retailer.
The retailer will present the winning ticket and claim the prize(s) from the Lotteries Commision on behalf of syndicate members.
The following table shows the equivalent number of games a systems entry gives you in standard games.
And, it's really very easy!
So poke the penguin gif that you can be quickly contacted if the syndicate has a win, you or your Lotto Retailer will record your name and contact details.
Your numbers will be randomly generated for you at purchase.The conditions of entry covering all Retailer Syndicates throughout Western Australia follow - and you should read them very carefully.No, you don't have to buy all the intervening games like you do with Multiweek.For Systems 4 or 5, mark the System 4/5 box on the coupon.HOW DO systems work?By paying for a share in a syndicate and receiving a syndicate ticket, the syndicate member acknowledges that he or she has entered into an agreement with the syndicate organiser on the terms and conditions available at the point of purchase.You can play as many games as you like on the one coupon.
But - wouldn't you like to increase your chances even more?
A syndicate member acknowledges that the Lotteries Commission has no involvement in the organisation of a syndicate and shall not be liable in any dispute which may arise in relation to the conduct of the syndicate including, but not limited to, the payment of prizes.