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Play the Spanish National Lottery Extra
History of the Loteria Nacional Extra:
The National Lottery was brought to Spain by Carlos III in 1811, and was originally started in aid of increasing money in the Public Treasury. Madrid was designated as the lottery headquarters in 1814, with the game going under the name of The Modern Lottery – a name the Spanish public had been using colloquially for some time then.
Fast forward to present time and there are many different Spanish lottery games playable each week. The most notable of these being the Loteria Nacional Extra (National Lottery) and La Primitiva, both played on Thursdays and Saturdays.
How to Play the Loteria Nacional Extra:
Spanish lotteries have an unfamiliar method of play, so before you start your gaming adventure here are some important concepts to understand, namely …
· National Lottery draws consist of 100.000 numbers, from 00.000 up to 99.999.
· Each number from 00.000 to 99.999 comprises a separate ticket. Each ticket is known as a Billete, and has a series number called the serie.
· Billetes are at the same time divided into ten décimos. A decimo is the tenth of a billete, and is the most common way to purchase Loteria Nacional tickets. A whole ticket (billete) or serie comprises ten decimos.
· Tickets or series are sold by decimos.
When draw time arrives, five numbers are drawn from five different lottery drums known as Bombos. This process takes place twice to determine the first and second prizes. Players in possession of the decimos that match with the numbers drawn from the lottery drums are deemed winners.
During the draw, two additional numbers are extracted from the lottery drums. If these numbers match the ones on your decimo, you then win a secondary prize.
The Loteria Nacional also holds special draws called "sorteos extraordiarios" at various times throughout the year. Games like the famous Chrismas Lottery (Gordo Navidad), El Niño draw, and a host of different ‘Super’ draws span the course of the year to increase the chances of winning big.
When to Play:
Draws are held twice a week, each Saturday and Thursday.
Saturday Draw: This takes place every Saturday and has the largest prize pool.
Thursday Draw: This takes place every Thursday and has a smaller prize pool than the Saturday draw, but with lower playing cost though.
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