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The California SuperLotto Plus is the main state lottery played across California, which is drawn every Wednesday and Saturday. The California SuperLotto Plus is a two-drum game requiring players to match five numbers from a pool of 47, followed by one Mega number from a second pool of 27 in order to win the jackpot. There are an additional eight prize tiers offering secondary prizes to players who match fewer numbers. The jackpot starts at $7 million but regularly rolls over to generate sums that can run into tens of millions of dollars.
This California SuperLotto data includes all draws up to and including Wednesday 26th April 2017. Chronology is used to distinguish ties. The last California SuperLotto draw number was 3137.
Prize Draw Information:
The last jackpot drawn on Wednesday April 26th, 2017 for California SuperLotto was $32,000,000
The next estimated California SuperLotto jackpot is
California SuperLotto Numbers (Last 10 Draws):
California SuperLotto Odds & Prize Draw Breakdown
Players must pick 5 balls from a pool of 47 and 1 Mega Ball from a separate pool of 27.
|Numbers Matched||Odds (Rounded)|
|5 Main Numbers + Mega Ball (Jackpot)||1 in 41,416,353|
|5 Main Numbers||1 in 1,592,937|
|4 Main Numbers + Mega Ball||1 in 197,221|
|4 Main Numbers||1 in 7,585|
|3 Main Numbers + Mega Ball||1 in 4,810|
|3 Main Numbers||1 in 185|
|2 Main Numbers + Mega Ball||1 in 361|
|1 Main Numbers + Mega Ball||1 in 74|
|Mega Ball Only||1 in 49|
Approx. Overall Odds: 1 in 23
California SuperLotto Draw Details:
California SuperLotto Plus History
The California state lottery was created in November 1984 with the aim of generating additional funds for the state’s education fund. The first draw under its original name, California SuperLotto, was held in 1986 using a matrix of six from 49. In 1990, the matrix was changed to require players to match six numbers from a pool of 53 to win the jackpot. At the same time, a Bonus Ball was introduced, which was drawn from the same ball pool.
In 2000, the name of the lottery was changed to California SuperLotto Plus and the format changed from a single drum to its current two-drum set-up. This lengthened the odds against winning the top prize but meant that rollovers would generate much bigger jackpots.
The largest jackpot ever won on the California SuperLotto Plus was worth $193 million. This was won in February 2002, shared by three ticket-holders.
Californian law stipulates that all lottery prizes must be pari-mutuel; this means that prize values are calculated on the basis of a percentage of the ticket sales and the number of winners. This law applies to all lotteries played in the state, including Powerball and Mega Millions.
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