Magnum 4D is one of many national games for playing the 4D lottery in Singapore and Malaysia. In September 2009, Magnum launched an extension of the successful 4Digit Classic game which introduced a pari-mutuel element into the game. This game was copyrighted by Magnum in 2013
Before Magnum 4D arrived on the scene, people in Asia generally bought tickets that had pre-printed numbers on them. However, the arrival of Magnum 4D led to the slow demise of that type of gameplay. Many people purchase these tickets in the hopes of becoming rich by winning the 4D jackpot. However, the concept is not as simple.
How Does the Lottery Work?
Magnum 4D offers the classic 4D game – the player picks a 4 digit number and chooses the amount he wants to bet. There are “Big” and “Small” Forecasts. A “Small” bet will warrant higher winnings, but the player will only win if his number comes up in the first, second or third places. The winnings are lower for a “Big” bet, but in addition to the first, second and third places, there are 10 “Special” numbers which pay RM180 for a RM1 bet, and 10 “consolation” numbers which pay RM60 for a RM1 bet.
The minimum prize stands at $5,000,000. Furthermore, a bonus number may also be drawn. If your ticket matches at least five numbers along with the bonus number, you will win a prize that can range anywhere between $100,000 and $500,000.
So What Are Your Chances of Winning the Next Big Jackpot?
The chances of winning Magnum 4D next big jackpot vary from person to person. The probability of winning the biggest jackpot is very low. If you match all six numbers, you will end up receiving 79.5% of the pool’s fund. The overall probability of winning this jackpot in a single play is 1 in 13,983,816.
The next prize is dependent on your ticket matching five digits and the bonus number, which will net you 6% of the total fund in the pool. The probability of winning that is 1 in 2,330,636. Needless to say, the chances of winning Magnum 4D lottery are quite a bit lower. No winning ticket was sold for the recent draw, which had a prize of $13 million.