Scrabble Scratchcard for 06/03/2011
ID Number: Game 0493
Price: £2 per Ticket
Win Odds: 1 in 4.48
Tickets in play: 14,762,880
No of games: 3
National Lottery Scrabble Scratchcard
The Scrabble 2010 scratch card has a grand total of three different games featured within it and the rules concerning how each of these are played and are to be used differ. Therefore, the purpose of this article is to provide an overview of the various methods of playing the different games contained within the card.
National Lottery Scrabble Scratchcard Game 1
Within Game 1, the player will be presented with a grid of three rows each containing two play symbols each and the play symbols have all been designed to mimic a scrabble tile. In order to win Game 1, all the player has to do is scratch the silver coating covering each of the motifs and from there, match two tiled letters of the same. Doing so will result in the player winning a prize and the value of the prize will be specified in the prize column of the card.
Please note that the play symbols contained within each of the three rows must be read separately and therefore, it is not possible for the values of one row to then be used in conjunction with another be it with the rows of Game 1, or any of the other games featured on the card.
National Lottery Scrabble Scratchcard Game 2
As with its predecessor, there is a grand total of three rows within Game 2, and each of the rows also happen to have a total of two play symbols as well. However, the major difference between Game 1 and Game 2 is this:
Game 2 divides the two numbers into two broad separate categories:
The first category is “your number”
The second category is “their number”
In order to win a prize with Game 2, numbers in the “your number” category must be higher than the value of the number contained within the “their number” category.
The numbers on each row must be viewed horizontally and so the digits in row one cannot be used in lieu of, or in conjunction with, the numbers in the second or third row. The same restriction applies to the remaining rows.
Game 3 follows on the same basic principle as Game 2 that preceded it, although it does provide a slight twist on the basic formula. Specifically, the player will be presented with two rows which feature six letters which spell out a six lettered word. Each of these letters have a numerical value associated with them, which the player will need to add up by themselves and then compare the total value to the numerical value specified in the left hand column, headed as “their score.”
The actual value of the prize won by the player is specified in the right hand column.