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Ten Players Win $20,000 Or More in One Keno Draw

Media Release 8 February 2006

Historical Day for Keno – Ten Players Win $20,000 Or More in One Draw

Ten players won $20,000 or more in a record breaking day for Keno yesterday, says NZ Lotteries Chief Executive Trevor Hall.

"Last night's 6pm draw has smashed records because until now the most we've had in one draw is three winners of more than $20,000.

"Yesterday one Christchurch player won $40,000, nine players across New Zealand won $20,000, two $10,000 prizes, two players won $4,000 and another five won $2,000. It's been a massive draw for Keno players, creating a large number of winners.

"In total nineteen Keno players have won prizes worth more than $258,000 in last night's 6pm Keno draw.

"The draw had some great numbers that many of our players seem to be backing. I'd like to urge all Keno players to get their tickets checked at any one of our lottery outlets around the country."

The prize amounts, winning stores and locations are:

$40,000 Parklands Lotto & Post, in Christchurch

$20,000 Smith Hare & Christison Limited, Carterton (x2)
Dawson Road Superette, Auckland
Paetiki Books & Stationers, Taupo
InkShop, Auckland
Bishopdale New World, Christchurch
Pak 'N' Save Wanganui, Wanganui
Westown Lotto, New Plymouth
South City Video, Hamilton

$10,000 Fullers Bay of Islands, Russell
Loveridges Lotto, Hawera

$4,000 Grocer Griffins, Invercargill
BA Motors, Auckland

$2,000 Hastings City New World, Hastings
Philip Hines Pharmacy, Lower Hutt
On the Spot & Lotto, Greymouth
Henderson Pak 'N' Save, Auckland
Plaza Lunchbar Lotto, Auckland

Although Keno is one of the smaller brands in the NZ Lotteries portfolio, more than 100,000 Keno players win $1 million in prizes every month. A $1 ticket can win $250,000.
Keno is a simple numbers game played twice a day, every day, at 1pm and 6pm. To play, Keno players select up to 10 numbers from a total of 80 possible numbers. Each Keno draw, 20 numbers are randomly drawn and there are prizes for correctly selecting between zero and 10 of the numbers. *

Official Results for Keno Draw 3921, 6pm Wednesday, 8 February.

02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 18, 31, 33, 36, 56, 59, 61, 74, 75, 77, 80


* If the prizes won on a Keno draw exceed $1 million, each of these prizes will be proportionally reduced.

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