A 33-year-old housewife recently won a six-digit lottery prize. She kept her prize-winnings a secret from her husband and the media until she was able to reveal her lucky number to a women’s magazine. This prize-winning housewife is a regular lottery player, participating in the 4-D lottery since she was 23 years old. Despite her modest income, she’s still proud of her win.
The 4D lottery is operated by the government-owned Singapore Pools. The name 4D comes from the fact that it uses four numbers. It is the most popular form of gambling in Singapore. It started in 1956 after a newspaper article by Morgan, L., was published in the newspaper NewspaperSG. This article also reveals the history of the 4-D lottery. Several years later, on May 19, 1986, the government made the lottery legal.
Singapore Pools, the only lottery operator authorized by law in Singapore, has announced that it will resume live audience lottery draws on May 5. This is the first live audience lottery draw in two years. Participants do not need to show proof of vaccination, but must wear a mask indoors. The draw is held on a random basis and can be as frequent as every day. You can buy a demand-printed ticket from a Singapore Pools outlet or visit the Singapore Pools website.
The Toto lottery was the first lottery game in Singapore. It was first a non-progressive lottery that offered a rollover prize if the jackpot wasn’t won. Toto was first a five-digit lottery, then became a six-digit lottery in 1988. In 1997, it changed to a six-digit lottery, and in 2014, it was made a six-digit lottery. The jackpot prize increased from SGD300,000 to SGD1,500,000. Today, Toto attracts a variety of people.