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If recent history leaves something to be desired, Victorian residents have the best chance of claiming the $ 110 million prize

Do you live in the happiest state of Australia? Lottery winning hotspots are revealed when the $ 110 million jackpot is rolled through for a week

  • Victoria is the happiest state in 2019 with 66 division one winners since January
  • A man in March dropped over $ 40 million and a Bendigo man won $ 30 million
  • Victoria was the happiest state last year and won $ 280 million in division one prizes
  • New South Wales and ACT have 52 winners and Queenslanders have had 35
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Victoria has been revealed as the happiest state in Australia after the Lotto jackpot was moved to $ 110 million.

So far this year Victoria has had 66 winners on Saturday Lotto, Monday and Wednesday Lotto, Oz Lotto, Powerball, Super 66 and Lotto Strike.

The state was also a Lotto hotspot last year and made one winning entries in the state for all 2018 lottery games in a total of 143 divisions.

These provided more than $ 280 million in Division One prize money – more than any other Australian state or territory.

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In March, a lucky Victorian man had a notable Oz Lotto win after accidentally buying two winning tickets with the same numbers that went on to win the Division One Jackpot – more than $ 40 million.

The Victorian bought two of the three winning Division One tickets in the $ 70 million Oz Lotto Jackpot.

In May, the life of a Bendigo factory worker changed when he won the $ 30 million division one Powerball, taking the same & # 39; lucky numbers & # 39; selected that he had been using for years.

If recent history leaves something to be desired, Victorian residents have the best chance of claiming the $ 110 million prize

If recent history leaves something to be desired, Victorian residents have the best chance of claiming the $ 110 million prize

Last year, the Melbourne Preston suburb landed four major winners, worth more than $ 5.2million.

Residents of NSW and the ACT also participate in a fight to close the record pot next Thursday, and have had 52 winners since January.

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Division 1 winners in New South Wales and the ACT shared one prize money in most division last year, with more than $ 295.7 million won.

35 participating winners to date in 2019 is the Sunshine State.

The most recent big win to come from Queensland was an Ipswich mother and a Sunshine Coast man who each booked half the $ 80 million Oz Lotto jackpot on June 26.

Just behind is Western Australia, with 28 residents winning a jackpot this year.

South Australia has won 15, while nine Tasmanians and only three residents of the Northern Territory took home one jackpots since January.

So far this year Victoria has had 66 winners on Saturday Lotto, Monday and Wednesday Lotto, Oz Lotto, Powerball, Super 66 and Lotto Strike
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So far this year Victoria has had 66 winners on Saturday Lotto, Monday and Wednesday Lotto, Oz Lotto, Powerball, Super 66 and Lotto Strike

So far this year Victoria has had 66 winners on Saturday Lotto, Monday and Wednesday Lotto, Oz Lotto, Powerball, Super 66 and Lotto Strike

In the 12 months to 30 June 2019, 10 Powerball Division won one winners in Australia $ 398,575,649.10 in prize money.

NSW and Victoria were each the home of three winners of the Powerball division during the 12 months.

2019 & # 39; s Division One winning hotspots

Victoria – 66

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New South Wales and ACT – 52

Queensland – 35

Western Australia – 28

South Australia – 15

Tasmania – 9

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Northern Territory – 3

Queensland, Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia each welcomed one winner.

But even if punters are not in the most winning areas, Lott's spokesperson, Matt Hart, told Daily Mail Australia that all newcomers can win big prizes with their numbers.

In the past year, multiple-drawn winning numbers 17 and two are out of the main line – where seven winning numbers are drawn from one to 35.

Numbers that have not been so popular are 12 and one, which are the less frequently drawn winning numbers.

Despite Thursday's jackpot flop, not everyone got away empty handed, while nine lucky gamblers won $ 91,728.90 during the two-day draw.

Australians will crave to get a ticket if the jackpot rises to the top division, a prize that was once offered by a national lottery game.

Powerball draw 1208 closes AEST at 7:30 PM on Thursday, July 18.

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