Kentucky Cashball Lotto is not only fun and exciting but also competitive. With eight (8) separate ways of winning cash prizes, the Cash Ball throws money at its players. To play this lottery, select four (4) numbers between one and thirty-five (1-35) and mark them in the “MARK 4” section of their play slip. To make it easier to play you can use our software LOTTOmania.
Kentucky is a thrilling place to play the lottery as it has ever been. There’s a lotto game for everyone and every style of play. Lottery players can make megabucks by playing a multi-state giant jackpot lottery game like the PowerBall. Players should hold it in Kentucky to join the Kentucky CashBall Lottery.
Game Type: 4/35 and 1/25 ( the “Cash Ball”)
Drawings: Seven days a week
Official Website: Official website
Latest winning numbers for Kentucky Cashball
|Wed 30 Sep 2020||7 - 21 - 34 - 35 - 18|
|Tue 29 Sep 2020||10 - 12 - 28 - 33 - 13|
|Mon 28 Sep 2020||1 - 9 - 15 - 27 - 25|
|Sun 27 Sep 2020||10 - 13 - 14 - 22 - 12|
|Sat 26 Sep 2020||12 - 19 - 29 - 33 - 24|
Cash Ball is a great lotto game offered by Kentucky Lottery which offers a top prize of $200,000. What makes the game so great when there are other lotteries, like Powerball, which provides much bigger jackpots reaching into the hundreds of millions of dollars? It is an excellent game because, unlike Powerball, which has terrible odds of winning, the odds of winning the Cash Ball jackpot are reasonable.
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Kentucky Cashball how to win
The game is just a matter of preference. Look at it this way – Would you rather have a virtually impossible chance at winning a fortune, or a decent chance of winning a relatively reasonable sum of money? There’s no correct answer to the question, but I’m sure you could surmise why alike the game.
So, what are the odds of winning the Cash Ball lottery jackpot? To win the prize, you must match 4 out of a possible 33 numbers, plus 1 Kentucky Cash Ball number out of a possible 31 on a $1 ticket. The odds of matching all of the numbers are approximately 1-in-1.27-million, and that would win you a prize of $200,000. Compare that to Powerball, which has odds of winning approximately 1-in-195-million, and you can see why I like the Cash Ball game.
In general, lotto games that have high jackpots tend to be harder to win and vice-versa. The higher jackpot games also have fewer winners because of the higher odds, and the lower jackpot games have more winners because of the better odds.
Lotto players that match all four (4) of the Kentucky Balls, as well as the Cash Ball, will win two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000). This is a wad of cash! The odds of the money being yours are 1:1,268,520. Without the Cash Ball, the participant would still be walking away with two grand ($2,000) that’s not too terrible either. The odds of matching the Kentucky Balls are only 1:42,284.
Players can earn three hundred dollars ($300) if they can beat three (3) Kentucky Balls and Cash Balls. The chances are 1:10,935. The odds of that without the Cash Ball are 1:365, and it’s worth fifty bucks ($50). Match two (2) Kentucky Balls and Cash Balls and win 25 dollars. The chances are 1:521. The odds of this without the Cash Ball are 1:17 and pay a buck ($1). Play one (1) the Kentucky Ball and the Cash Ball, or even the Cash Ball on its own and earn two bucks ($2).
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