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Latest $60 M Lotto Max Jackpot Winner

The latest $60 million Lotto Max winner is from Edmonton, Toronto. The winning numbers are from October 26, 2018 draw. However, the winner’s identity and located has yet to be revealed.

Along with the jackpot prize, 27 Maxmillions were won out of the 56 prizes of $1 million each. The 27 Maxmillions are to be shared by 36 winners.

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The Different Ways to Play LOTTO MAX

There are three different ways to play the Lotto Max:

Quick Pick

 

 

 

 

 

 

QUICK PICK

Check the Quick Pick box on a Lotto Max selection Slip for the lottery terminal to randomly select three sets of numbers. You can also ask the retailer for a Quick Pick.

There is an option to play your sets of numbers again, you just mark the number of draws in the Advance Play box.

There are seven numbers plus one bonus number drawn for the Lotto Max Main Draw and seven numbers for each Maxmillions Draw, when held. To win, numbers should match.

 

Pick Own Numbers

 

 

 

 

 

PICK YOUR OWN

Select and mark 7 numbers (1-49) that you want to play. And then, for one set of numbers chosen, two sets of numbers will be generated from the lottery terminal.

There is an option to play up to five times per ticket. This means that if you want to play your sets of numbers again, you just mark the number of draws in the Advance Play box.

There are seven numbers plus one bonus number drawn for the Lotto Max Main Draw and seven numbers for each Maxmillions Draw, when held. To win, numbers should match.

 

Encore

 

 

 

 

 

ENCORE

For big chances of winnings for only $1 ask the retailer to include ENCORE o Quick Picks with the host game. Marking how many ENCORE you want to play with on the Selection Slip which rangers from 1-10.

With ENCORE, there are 22 ways to win with prizes ranging from $2 to $1 million!

You can win by matching the drawn winning numbers from right to left or left to right in the exact order.

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Get Up Close with LOTTO MAX!

Get Up Close with LOTTO MAX!

LOTTO MAX UP CLOSE is giving away tickets to live shows at Budweiser Stage all summer long!

Visit LOTTOMAXUPCLOSE.ca to find out how you can win one of two ways.

Prizes to be won:

A chance to win a pair of stellar seats

A chance to win a VIP Box experience

This contest closes on October 2, 2018.

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Ex-husband claims half of Lotto Max prize

Ex-husband claims half of Lotto Max prize turned futile after court decision.

The largest lottery jackpot in Alberta history was won by the couple Brett McCoy and Robin Walker. It was on September 2017 when Brett McCoy won the $60 million dollar which he shared half with his girlfriend, Robin Walker.

Lonnie Roth, Walker’s ex-husband demanded half of the $30 million that she received and he wanted it transferred into a secure trust. It was decided not to grant Roth a preservation order by Justice D.A. Sulyma because there was no evidence that the assets were being moved offshore or that court process was being defied. “I conclude that Mr. Roth has not made out his case for a preservation order or advance costs. I dismiss the application with costs.”

Roth also demanded Walker to pay for $200,000 in legal fees which the judge exempted Walker from.

Roth and Walker had nine years of marriage before they separated in October 2009 and were still legally married at the time of the lottery win, according to court documents. Statement of Claim for Divorce and Division of Property was issued by Walker in November 2009. High conflict litigation occurred until April 2012 based on Court documents.

Judge ruled the couple could keep their winnings.

Could the price of lotto max tickets decrease?

Recently, Lotto Max has been discussing reducing lotto max fees by $20 for every $100 tickets purchased while MaxMillions is running.

A petition has been signed by Canadian players that can be found here.

The petition calls for a reduction in lotto max fees, and the return of all previous games offered during the time of Lotto Super 7.

Please sign the petition to get our favorite games back!