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The Lotto 6 aus 49 operates under the ‘German Lotto’ moniker and is one of the most popular lottery games in Europe, with its feet firmly entrenched in German soil – after all, it is the biggest lotto game being played in the country!  Lotto 6 aus 49 was established in 1955, and further extended its reach in the lotto industry when the game partnered up with the DLTB (Deutscher Lotto-und Totoblock) in 1974.  Thanks to its rich history in the Euro lotto scene, the game has garnered a loyal following and comes with a rich reputation as being a trustworthy and lucrative lotto game.  Gameplay for the German Lotto is simple and straightforward; also, the game comprises of nine prize tiers and sports impressive jackpot prizes, with payouts reaching an estimated €5 billion annually.


As mentioned, the gameplay is delightfully simple and utilises the popular 6/49 draw format, but with a slight twist. Players need to choose 6 numbers from numbered balls of 1-49; these form the base of the main draw digits.  The ‘slight twist’ comes in the form of the bonus draw which comes from a separate ball set comprising of a range of 0-9 numbered balls.  This single bonus ball or ‘Superzahl’ gets selected by the player, and a jackpot win is achieved by matching all six numbers drawn as well as a match of the bonus Superzahl number.  To place in the lowest prize tier categories, players need to have a minimum of two correct numbers as well as the bonus, Superzahl number matching.


To date, the biggest recorded jackpot with the Lotto 6 aus 49 came in December 2007 when three fortunate players scored an amazing €45,382,458 windfall.  The highest single-ticket jackpot win came in the form of a whopping €37,688,292 which was won in October of 2006.

Chances of a win are increased with the German Lottery as draws take place twice a week: Wednesdays at 18h25 CET, as well as Saturdays at 18h25 CET.  The Lotto 6 aus 49 offers a standard guaranteed minimum jackpot of €1,000,000 for the midweek draw, and double that value over weekends – offering a lucrative €2,000,000 payout.  The lottery utilises a rollover cap which allows unclaimed jackpots to continue to rollover with each draw.  The cap kicks into effect after thirteen (13) consecutive rollovers, after which the jackpot becomes forfeited by the top prize tier and is instead redistributed amongst players in the second prize tier category. 

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