How to Win Lotto in Thailand

Thailand’s official national lottery is drawn twice a month. It is one of only two forms of gambling legal in the country. The other is horse racing, which is held in Bangkok. The official lottery is administered by the Government Lottery Office. The winners are announced by the government, but the public is welcome to join the fun as well.

The Thai lottery draws six digit numbers. The money from ticket sales is split between several sectors. Sixty percent of the revenue goes to prize money, while twenty percent goes to the Thai government. The rest goes to street vendors. The lottery draws are conducted on specially treated chemical paper. The paper stains easily if it is exposed to bleach.

If you win, you must visit the Thai government lottery office in Bangkok to claim your prize. You will need to present your ticket and a passport or Thai ID card to claim your prize. You will also need to pay stamp duty on your winnings. This tax is due on the prize money, whether it is a government lottery or a charitable lottery.

A monk in Nakhon Phanom, Thailand, recently won the top lottery prize of 18 million baht. The monk said he had bought the tickets to help a poor lottery vendor in need. The lottery draw was held on March 1, 2014, and the monk won eighteen million Thai baht (US$500,000). Though he did not expect to win, he believes that his luck is coming from the angels and he wants to spread good luck to many people.

The odds of winning the top prize are one in a million, but the payout depends on the number of tickets sold. There are two types of tickets in the Thai lottery: Thai Government Lottery (TGL) and Thai Charity Lottery (TCL). In the TGL, the first prize is three million baht. The second type of tickets has a maximum payout of two million baht.

You can view live results of the Thai Lottery online. The winning numbers are displayed in the winning charts, and the results are announced live. The official government of Thailand sponsors this lottery, and it is highly popular in the country. You can also watch the draw online. The results are published shortly after the draw date.

The official national lottery of Thailand is drawn twice a month. It is one of the two legal forms of gambling in Thailand. แม่นมากขั้นเทพ is closely followed by horse racing in the capital city. There are about nineteen million Thais who play the lottery, or approximately 28.6% of the total population of Thailand. It is also played by street vendors who walk the streets selling brown wooden boxes containing lottery tickets.