ToTo Hong Bao Draw


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Klose

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$50 won nothing :sweat:
 

legiz

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is all over .. just wake up from dreaming.. all the numbers so small.. XD
 

night86mare

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Good luck, may you guys win something.

Me, I only got forced to buy Toto by my NS colleagues once, I don't believe in chance. =D
 

zaren

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din buy...din win.... :bsmilie:
 

initialE24

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i thought most of us tio....

yes... i meant tio jiak....:bsmilie:
 

Klose

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Only 2 people had the winning numbers :bigeyes: :bigeyes:
 

Klose

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Last year 10 winners iirc. This year 2 :bigeyes:
 

Gymrat76

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$10.5m Toto top prize won by 2

THE annual Toto Hongbao Draw chose its biggest-ever individual winners last night - splitting the $10.5 million grand prize between just two tickets.

The winning numbers are 5, 16, 35, 6, 28, 17 and the additional number is 14.

To win the grand prize, a ticket must have all the first six numbers, while the additional number is used for smaller payouts.

This is the first time that the pot is being split between just two tickets.

In 2001, the grand prize was shared between three winners.

This year, one of the winning tickets came from an outlet at Bedok North Ave 3.

The person holding the winning ticket picked the winning numbers himself.

The other winner is a QuickPick ticket bought from an outlet in Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10.

QuickPick refers to tickets whose numbers are randomly generated by computers.

Last night, some 530 people were at the Singapore Pools office in Selegie Road to witness the draw.

Retiree Mah Leong Kok was there, too, having bought about $20 worth of tickets.

He took along two steamed cakes, called huat kueh, hoping they would bring him luck.

did he win anything?

'Huat' is the word for 'striking it rich' in the Hokkien dialect. Two years ago, the cakes brought him luck and he won more than $1,000 in a Toto draw, he said.

Since it was launched in 2000, the Toto Hongbao Draw has paid out some $163 million in prize money, not including this year's winnings.

-Taken from Straitstimes Online
 

deckard

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anybody have time machine? :dunno: :bsmilie: :angry:
 

deckard

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Why? U wanna travel to the year 2008 and buy Toto for that year ah? :sticktong
travel back few days. buy 5 6 16 17 28 35 +14. come back then now ho say liao!!! :bsmilie: :bsmilie: :bsmilie:
 

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