Lucky Streak Scratchcard for 06/03/2011
ID Number: Game 0496
Price: £2 per Ticket
Win Odds: 1 in 4.48
Tickets in play: 10,427,680
No of games: 2
National Lottery Lucky Streak Scratch Card
Upon examining a Lucky Streak scratch card, the player will notice that there the centre of the card contains a large box, within which two play areas are contained. Players will no doubt be interested to learn that with a Lucky Streak scratch card, they can win up to a maximum of eight times.
With Game 1, the player will be presented with a grid of two columns and four rows, although in the context of the game the rows are designated as “hands.” As noted earlier, there are two columns in total, and these are headed as:
“your number” and “their number”.
In order to win, the value of your number within any of the four hands must be higher than the value of their number on that same row. Therefore, your number on hand one can only be compared against their number of hand one. The player cannot compare the value of their number on hand one against hand two, three or four.
Under the rules of this game, an Ace (of any suite) will outrank a King, a King (of any suite) will outrank a Queen, a Queen (of any suite) will outrank the Jack, and a Jack (of any suite) will outrank the number ten.
The value of the prize that the player is eligible to receive will be specified within the scratch card itself, specifically, the prize column.
With Game 2, the player will be presented with another four rows, although in the context of this game, the rows are designated as and referred to as “rolls”. The manner in which Game 2 works is very different from its predecessor.
Specifically, the player must have two equal values of the dice on the same roll in order to win the prize. Just as with Game 1, the player cannot use the numbers specified in one roll with another roll and so each roll must be judged on its own merits, and also like Game 1, the prize to be won will be mentioned in the prize column of the Game 2 box.