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I am planning to give this blog it’s own domain name. From swertres.wordpress.com to http://www.swertres.net

Everything’s going to stay the same; the posts, your comments and your accounts..  But 2012 will bring about a new look to this site. I hope this is going to be okay with you all. Happy New Year everyone!

How to Play PowerLotto

The Power to Play

Introducing the latest addition to the PCSO’s family of Lottery Games –  POWERLOTTO. The Powerlotto Game is a combination of Lotto and Digit games.  The player selects five (5) numbers from a set of numbers ranging from 1 to 55 plus one (1) number from a set of power numbers ranging from 1 to 10. Every 5+1 combination is worth P50.00.

The played 5 + 1 combination corresponding to the drawn winning number combination wins the Jackpot prize. The Minimum Jackpot Prize (MJP) is Fifty Million Pesos (Php50,000,000.00).

Also the player has the power option to play Lucky Pick(LP), Advance Play, System Play and the Power Roll for more chances of winning.

TThe Powerlotto Draws can be seen every Saturday at 9:00 p.m. over NBN 4 together with your other favorite Lotto games.

The Power of System Play

The player may opt to play the System Play where a customer selects a set of numbers according to the desired System Play (6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12) on the POWERLOTTO betslip.

Example, marking SYS 6 means marking 6 numbers from one (1) set of numbers ranging from 1 to 55. Marking SYS 7 means marking 7 numbers and so on depending on the System Play desired up to SYS 12. And then select one(1) number from one (1) set of numbers ranging from 1 to 10.

The player may use the power of Lucky Pick (LP). Advance draws is also allowed up to 6 consecutive POWERLOTTO draws.

The Rule Of Power Roll

For more power, the player can play the POWER ROLL by marking the Power Roll on the POWERLOTTO betslip. The customer then selects five (5) numbers from one (1) set of numbers ranging from 1 to 55.

The one (1) set of numbers ranging from 1 to 10 on the left column must not be marked. The system would roll these numbers and match it with the chosen five (5) numbers from one (1) set of numbers ranging from 1 to 55.

The cost of ticket is multiplied by 10 of play desired. Advance draws is also allowed up to 6 consecutive draws. The player can play the combination of System Play and Power Roll.