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Nearly after 36 years, the Washington Lottery players will play a revamped version of Daily Game from August 30, 2020. The lottery is busy introducing changes to its oldest lottery, the Daily Game. The game was initially established in 1984, as Triple Choice but was soon changed to Daily Game in 1987.
Starting from August 30, the game will be known as Pick 3. Adding more to the changes, the lottery will be expanding the number of advance draws a player can purchase. Though the rules governing the game have not undergone any change, only the purchase limit of advance draws has exceeded from seven to twenty-five consecutive draws.
Washington Lottery has been a core part of the heritage of Washington Lottery and even to date the game is widely played and is highly popular. The lottery is urging people to play their numbers before the historic game takes a transition. The first three numbers drawn on January 18, 1984, by the Daily Draw Game were 4, 5, and 3.
In a press release, Marcus Glasper stated that everything has undergone a change since the establishment of the game. One thing that remained constant was the Daily Game, which is why this is the perfect time to revamp the game to Pick 3.
For the new version, the lottery players will still have to choose three numbers from a pool of 0 to 9, along with choosing the best amount, and an appropriate play type. Quick Picks will continue to be an option in which the terminal randomly generates lottery numbers for you. The drawings will continue to be held at its usual time, which is 8.00 P.M. PT. The price of lottery tickets ranges from $0.50 to $6, depending on the play type you select.
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