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How Hammer-Ons and Pull-Offs Are Notated in Tab

Hammer-ons and pull-offs allow several notes to be played for every time a string is picked with the right hand. Both techniques are indicated by a curved line (called a slur) above the affected notes.

Hammer-ons

A hammer-on is played by first playing a note and then playing a second, higher-pitched note by forcefully bringing another finger down on that note to make it sound. Hammer-ons may be indicated with just a slur:

or with a slur and ‘H’ above the slur:

Hammer-on from Nowhere

It is also possible to hammer-on without plucking the string first. This is known as a hammer-on from nowhere. A hammer-on from nowhere is indicated with a small curved line before the note.

Pull-offs

A pull-off is played by first playing a note, then pulling the string down slightly as you release the note. This releases the initial note to a lower-pitched fretted note or an open string, making it sound. Pull-offs are indicated with a slur:

Sometimes a ‘P’ may be placed above the slur:

Combining Hammer-ons and Pull-offs

Multiple hammer-ons and pull-offs are possible. This is indicated by placing a curved line over the affected notes:

It is possible to place an ‘H’ or ‘P’ above each hammer-on or pull-off, but this is generally not done because it would clutter the music.

Trills

Trills are a rapid alternation between two notes using a combination of hammer-ons and pull-offs. A trill is indicated with the letters ‘tr’ and a wavy line above the trilled notes. The notes to be trilled are shown with a lower note and a higher note in parentheses. Refer to the music notation for the rhythmic duration of the trill.

Learn how to read hammer-ons and pull-offs in tablature and how to interpret the symbols.

Pull-off

Pull-off is a technique when we use a finger to fret a note and sound that note, while the note is still sounding, a finger can be placed behind the first finger, and then the first finger can be ‘pulled off’. By doing this, the effect is the same as plucking the string with a finger, it creates vibrations. And now the note that is being fretted right behind the first finger will be sounded.

Pull-offs create vibrations, while hammer-ons mostly don’t. In other words, in performing a pull-off, it is possible to make the second note sound louder than the first. [1]

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Motives of use

It’s used to make a passage easier to play. This is true for two reasons. The first is that we can usually do a pull-off faster than we can pick two notes in succession. The second reason is that while performing a pull-off with two fingers of the fretting hand, it’s possible to play something else at the same time with other two fingers and pick.

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History of pull-off technique

In \”Ellis’s Thorough Course For 5 String Banjo\” written around 1900, the term ‘pull off’ is used to explain the action of performing technique called ‘snap’.

The term pull-off was first defined by Pete Seeger in his book \”How to Play the 5-String Banjo\” in 1962.

Pull-off is a technique when we use a finger to fret a note and sound that note, while the note is still sounding, a finger can be placed behind the first finger, and then the first finger can be 'pulled off'.

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What does the Bible say about playing the lottery?

Question: “What does the Bible say about playing the lottery?”

Answer: The word gamble means “to risk something of value on an outcome that depends on chance.” Because the outcome of a lottery “depends on chance” and playing it involves “risk,” then, by definition, playing the lottery is gambling.

The Bible has no examples of a lottery, but it does contain instances of gambling: Samson’s wager in Judges 14:12 and the soldiers’ gambling over Jesus’ garments in Mark 15:24. In neither case is gambling presented in a good light. The Bible also mentions the casting of lots for the purpose of decision making (Joshua 18:10; Nehemiah 10:34). And Proverbs 16:33 emphasizes the sovereignty of God: “The lot is cast into the lap, but its every decision is from the LORD.” But the biblical purpose of casting lots was not to test one’s luck or to gain material wealth.

The main purpose of playing the lottery is to win money, and the Bible tells us what our attitude toward money should be. So often, riches get in the way of a man’s spiritual benefit (Mark 4:19; 10:25). Jesus teaches, “No one can serve two masters. Either you will hate the one and love the other, or you will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and money” (Luke 16:13). First Timothy 6:10 is where we find the famous warning that the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil.

Playing the lottery as a get-rich-quick scheme is statistically futile, and it focuses the lottery player on the temporary riches of this world (see Proverbs 23:5). The fact is, God wants people to earn their money honestly by working hard: “The one who is unwilling to work shall not eat” (2 Thessalonians 3:10). We ought to gain wealth through diligence, as a gift from the Lord: “Lazy hands make for poverty, but diligent hands bring wealth” (Proverbs 10:4).

Gamblers, including players of the lottery, typically covet money and the things that money can buy. God forbids covetousness: “You shall not covet your neighbor’s house. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or his male or female servant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor” (Exodus 20:17; see also 1 Timothy 6:10). One of the world’s lies is that money is the answer to life’s problems. People are lured into playing the lottery with promises that their lives will improve if they can only hit the jackpot. If they can just get lucky with the numbers, their problems will disappear. Such hopes are empty (see Ecclesiastes 5:10–15).

So, we would do well to be cautious about playing the lottery. There are many better uses for the money spent on a ticket, and we must guard our hearts against covetousness and our lives against addictions to gaming. Buying a lottery ticket here and there may not be a sin, but greed is. Those playing the lottery must prayerfully examine their motives and, if they continue playing, do so responsibly and only in moderation.

What does the Bible say about playing the lottery? Should a Christian play lottery tickets, lotto, Powerball, Mega Millions, etc.?

Yes, Christian. You Can Buy A Lottery Ticket. But Should You?

The Powerball winners were recently announced. Here are a few details about the latest jackpot.

While the Powerball sits at $1.5 billion, if you take the winnings as a lump sum (which most lottery winners do), you will receive only $930 million (if you want the full amount, you must choose annuals payments over 30 years). Whether you choose a lump sum or annual payments, you won’t avoid Uncle Sam. Depending on where you live, you can expect taxes to grab at least 40% (or $368 million). Best case scenario, if you win the Powerball and choose the lump sum, your take-home check after taxes will be a measly $568 million.

Why all the details? I need to justify the time spent researching, and it’s important to understand things aren’t always as they seem.

Now, a more important question. Is buying a lottery ticket sinful? The answer is fairly simple.

No. As well as try to get some luck at www.au-casino.com.

The Bible warns against microwaved wealth and get rich quick schemes (1 Tim. 6:9-10; Proverbs 28:20; Proverbs 13:11). But Scripture doesn’t specifically address the lottery. Growing up, gambling was a sin. No questions asked. This type of legalistic Christianity where personal convictions become doctrinal truths is a big reason why I left the church.

So, if your only question is “Am I sinning if I buy a lottery ticket?” you have the answer. But if this is your only concern, I’m not sure how devoted you are to Jesus. Christians shouldn’t just be concerned with whether a particular action is sinful. This is kiddie pool Christianity. We must ask whether a particular action or thought pushes us closer to Jesus. Paul says it this way in 1 Corinthians.

“Everything is permissible—but not everything is beneficial. Everything is permissible—but not everything is constructive.” 1 Corinthians 10:23

Basically, Paul says you’re free to do want you want. Imagine someone saying that from a pulpit. But, at the same time, Paul says, if you love Jesus, you should ask, if your action, thought, or whatever leads you towards Him?

Questions like this are more difficult. It brings motivations and desires into the picture. I hope people who visit this site are concerned with deeper questions than “Is this sinful?” That type of Christianity might be safe and comfortable, but it doesn’t form you into God’s image.

So, “Can I buy a lottery ticket or can I play phone bill slots?” Sure. “Should I play or buy a lottery ticket?” That’s a very different question. I want to explore a few spiritual realities from the recent Powerball frenzy. Again, this comes down to conscience. But, before you buy, consider these.

1.) The lottery highlights our neglect of the poor and marginalized.

God weaves a common thread through Scripture, “Don’t neglect the poor. Don’t take advantage of the underprivileged.” God’s heart rests with the marginalized. Like a protective father, God warns those with power or money to hear something loud and clear. If you take advantage of the poor, you’ll have to answer for it.

Well, this is precisely what the lottery does. Without the poor, the lottery doesn’t exist. Of the 43 states where the lottery is legal, Americans spend roughly $70 billion on lottery tickets. Just for perspective’s sake, that’s more than Americans in all 50 states spend on sports, books, games, movies, and music….combined. Wow.

But here’s where things go from bad to worse. The poorest third of all households buy half of all lottery tickets. Lotteries are vicious monster. They prey on the poor, enticing them with dreams of escaping poverty while pulling them deeper into a never-ending cycle of financial woes.

While you might chalk it up to entertainment, the helpless, desperate and vulnerable don’t see the lottery as a good time. They see it as an opportunity, albeit a false one. Of all the reasons to avoid the lottery, this one appears most obvious.

2.) The lottery reveals our desire for microwaved wealth (or status, accomplishments, etc.).

God works slow. He’s methodical. We say, “C’mon God, let’s do this!” God says, “Not yet. Let’s wait another century.” We sacrifice quality for time. God won’t sacrifice quality for anything.

God is never in a hurry because he wants to do quality work. This includes the work he’s doing through you.

I’m not sure about the details of heaven, but I’m fairly convinced of this…you won’t see a microwave in heaven. Microwaves represent impatience. They save a few minutes, but sacrifice quality. All things being equal, how many foods would you prefer in a microwave over an oven or grill? Don’t lie. The answer is zero.

What does a microwave have to do with the lottery?

What is true for food is also true for wealth, status, or accomplishments. Speed diminishes quality. Roughly 70% of all lottery winners (regardless of prize amount) end up broke. Don McNay, author of Son Of A Son Of A Gambler, estimates the rates at 90%.

Why is this? Integrity isn’t microwaved. It’s a slow process with speed bumps, road blocks, and traffic jams. It’s refined through struggle and failure. The lottery says your journey doesn’t matter. Just reach a destination. God says the journey matters. He’s doing something in the journey, molding, shaping, and forming you into His image. The journey prepares you for the destination.

3.) The lottery reveals misplaced hope.

God says hope isn’t a commodity to be bought. It’s not a risk or a shot in the dark. Hope is real and eternal. Lotteries, on the other hand, thrive on misplaced hope.

One article says this about the lottery, “It’s a game where reason and logic are rendered obsolete, and hope and dreams are on sale.” Consider that statement. Hope and dreams are on sale. The lottery exists because many Americans see hope as a commodity, something you can buy.

Even though I’ve never purchased a lottery ticket, I’ve been enticed by the billboards. Where I live, there’s one next to the interstate on-ramp. Every time I see it, the thoughts come. “What would I do with that kind of money? Man, a life without bills and financial stress. The good life.”

Maybe it’s fun to throw around ideas about how you would spend $1.5 billion. But it’s not productive. The lottery replaces “what is” with “what ifs.” It misplaces your hope, and creates a dangerous situation.

What you hope for is what you work towards. At the same time, you will also reap what you sow. So, if you hope in the lottery, you will invest money there. And, you will find that your investment reaps…well…nothing. If Jesus is your hope, you invest in an eternal reality. And, your investment reaps great rewards, ones moth and rust can’t destroy.

The lottery reveals how desperate the world is for hope. People are so desperate their willing to buy it. For Christians, this is important. Whether your circle of friends, peers, or co-workers want to hear about Jesus is debatable. But you can’t debate whether they want to hear about hope. We know a thing or two (at least, we should) about hope. Why not share it with someone?

Again, I want to re-iterate this. I won’t judge you for buying a lottery ticket. If you ask, I will give you my opinion. Ultimately, however, you must decide. But don’t decide while swimming in the kiddie pool. Ask the hard questions. Wrestle with the deeper matters. Regardless where you land, your faith will be stronger for it.

I love you all. To God be the glory forever. Amen!

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300 million reasons why lottery tickets make a terrible gift

Ronnie Foster had a big win in the North Carolina lottery. Video Elephant

Florida, like many states, has a commercial that pushes buying lottery tickets as holiday gifts. The ad actually calls scratch-off tickets “the must-get gifts of the season,” saying, “Pretty much everyone is going to want them.”

That may be true – people probably do want them – but that doesn’t stop them from being a terrible gift. Giving someone a lottery ticket is similar to buying them a carton of cigarettes: It may be what they want, but your present supports a bad habit.

Lottery tickets – whether they’re “scratchers” or multistate games such as Mega Millions or Powerball – sell a pipe dream. You spend a dollar, or maybe up to $20, for an instant ticket, and you might win millions.

The problem is the odds are overwhelmingly stacked against you, so playing really amounts to throwing your money away. You’d be better off gifting your loved ones a sure thing, such as a gift card with real value or actual cash they can use how they like.

But somebody has to win.

There’s no exact formula, but lotteries generally pay back 50% to 60% of the total money bet as prizes. That may sound like a lot, but it’s well below the 86% minimum payback that Nevada mandates for slot machines and video poker. Most Las Vegas casinos set their machines for closer to 90% payback, and some forms of video poker pay out close to 99%, according to LiveAbout.com.

Slot machine payback works a bit like the lottery in one way: The big payouts account for much of the money paid back. Yes, someone will win that prize, but the odds of it being you are tiny. Yes, you might hit a smaller jackpot on a slot machine (the kind that keeps you playing), or you may win a few bucks on a lottery ticket or scratch-off card (which you might spend on more tickets or cards), but you’re astoundingly unlikely to take home the big prize.

A website for the Iowa lottery spelled out how bad the odds are of winning the big prize in Powerball or Mega Millions:

The odds of winning the jackpot in Mega Millions are about 1 in 302.6 million. The odds of winning the jackpot in Powerball are about 1 in 292.2 million. (The odds are based upon the total number of combinations available to play in each game.)

Games with lower top prizes come with better odds, but a one in 10 million chance to win $1 million is still an irresponsible way to spend your money.

So many better ways to spend your money

The average American spent $219.54 on lottery tickets in 2017, according to an analysis of U.S. Census data. That’s money that could have been invested. It may seem like a small amount, but if you invest that money, over time, you’ll have a massive return.

If you take $200 each year for 30 years and invest it in the stock market, assuming an annual return of 9% (the low end of the historical average), you’ll have nearly $30,000. To put that another way, you invested $6,000 and will end up with five times that amount.

Investing is the opposite of the lottery. If you invest in the stock market – and buying low-cost index funds is a smart way to start – history says that over the long term, you’ll win. If you start early and invest $2,000 a year instead of $200, you will have nearly $300,000 saved. If you start at age 20 and save for 45 years to retire at 65, that same $2,000 per year earns you around $1.1 million.

People may think that they need the lottery to become millionaires. The reality is that all they need is time . and to make better choices about how they spend their money.

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Second Chance

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1. Basecamp’s Latest Landing Page

There is a lot of magic in Basecamp’s landing page. While the headline is money, what I love most is the email opt-in. What makes this killer copywriting? “Join the 4,088 businesses that signed up last week”, say’s you’re not alone and a lot of people have tried us and like us. “Start a free 30-day trial”, says there’s absolutely no risk in giving us a try.

2. Albert Lasker’s “Drink an Orange” Ad Campaign with Sunkist

While today Sunkist is a mega-brand, there was a period of time where they were growing more oranges than their customers were eating. They actually had to start cutting orange trees down. They ended up hiring an advertising genius named Albert Lasker who introduced American’s to the idea of “orange juice”. He patented an orange juice extractor, sold it for .10 cents a piece and American’s started buying oranges in droves. The campaign name? Drink an Orange. It’s a concept that is anything but new to us today, but back then it made for killer copywriting.

3. Snowbird Ski Resort’s “One Star” Ad Campaign

Last week, I was in Salt Lake City Utah getting my ass kicked on the slopes of Snowbird Ski Resort. While I was there, I fell in love with their billboards. They curated negative reviews and turned them into advertisements. Well played Snowbird. Well played.

4. The Hustle’s Email Opt In Page

I am a little biased here because I have worked with them in the past, but The Hustle does a lot of things from a copy standpoint really well. My personal favorite is their email opt-in page –– “Your smart, good looking friend that sends you an email each morning with all the tech and business new you need to know for the day.” They have expertly created a trusted and personable brand through conversational copy.

5. Miss Clairol’s Hair-coloring

Anytime you are making a change to your body, you want people to notice but not so much that they question whether or not it is fake. You want people to notice the 6-pack. not the liposuction. You want people to notice a thicker head of hair. not that you are using Rogaine. The same can be said for women who are getting their hair colored. Results combined with a secret as to how the customer got the results can make for killer copywriting –– “Does she. or doesn’t she?”

6. Medium’s “Our Story” Page

On Medium’s “Our Story” page, they have taken everything we hate about social platforms, crossed it out in red ink and wrote down everything we would like to see. This is simple yet killer copywriting.

7. Squarespace’s Free Trial Landing Page

Everything about Squarespace is lovely. Everything. Like Basecamp, I really love the email opt-in here. “Start a free trial” says there is no risk for you to try us out. “No credit card required” says it’s not going to be a pain in the ass to sign up.

8. Harry’s Shave Plan Product Copy

Harry’s is revolutionizing the shaving industry as we know it by introducing a completely new idea –– men’s razors delivered right to your door step. Anytime you are introducing a foreign concept to your customers, you need to do a great job of explaining it. One way to do this is through simple and concise copy. Harry’s has killer copywriting because they keep it simple. They don’t get flowerly. They don’t try and impress you. They just attempt to explain what they do in the easiest way possible.

9. RX Bar’s Packaging

Like Harry’s, RXBAR is another company that has reaped the rewards of simple and concise copy. Previously, protein bars have been complex. Half of the ingredients you read on the back of them can’t be pronounced. RXBAR decided to create a bar that was just that. a protein bar. They kept it simple and created killer copywriting to further highly this simplicity. How about that ending line? “No B.S.”

10. Baron Fig’s Our Story Page

Baron Fig is a small online business that sells beautifully crafted notebooks. I appreciate how their story utilizes some humor. “We make tools for thinkers.* *If you have thoughts, you’re a thinker.”

11. J. Peterman’s Sales Copy

If you’ve never head of J. Peterman’s, you should introduce yourself now. Their online store offers an experience like no other. All of their clothes are displayed in the form of vintage drawings versus actual product pictures. Out of the 17 brands I have listed in this article, I think J. Peterman’s does the best job of combining lovely imagery with killer copywriting to pack a pretty punch.

12. Hiut Denim Company’s Slogan

Nothing screams simplicity like Hiut’s slogan –– “Do One Thing Well.” I think this denim brand proves that investing in a timeless and powerful slogan is worth all the money in the world.

13. Lion Matches Vintage Ad

I love everything about this Lion Matches’ vintage advertisement. Through killer copywriting they made a match out to be the most valuable product in the world. Actually, it might be the most valuable product in the world?

14. Universal Barber Shop Street Ad

I couldn’t find the official website of “Universal Barber Shop”, but what a great idea for a street advertisement. Not going to get too far into the weeds here, but this is another example of how humor can sell.

15. The Aubrey Marcus Collection’s Product Copy

Full disclosure. I actually wrote this product copy for the Aubrey Marcus Collection. I’m not going to brag about how great I think it is (although I do think it is great). But, if you are digging it, get in touch with me here. I would be happy to sling some copy for you too.

16. Corvette Anti-Volvo Ad

This is killer copywriting because it is humor that gives way to a realization in the customer.At first glance, you read it and smirk. Then, as the copy sets in you come to the realization that wait. Corvette is right. they don’t write song about Volvos.

17. Cider Jack’s Vintage Ad

This copy makes every copywriting bone in my body shake with delight. It’s punchy. It’s funny. It’s edgy. It’s killer copywriting. When writing copy, never be afraid to get a little edgy. It can sell like hell.

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Mega Millions®

PICK YOUR NUMBERS: Select five numbers from 1 to 70 and one number from 1 to 25 for the Megaball®. Use a playslip to mark your numbers or mark the Quick Pick (QP) box for randomly-generated numbers.

BUY YOUR TICKET: Mega Millions® tickets cost $2 per play. The Megaplier® option adds $1 per play. Mega Millions® sales are suspended 15 minutes prior to the draw. Once a Mega Millions® ticket has been printed, it cannot be canceled. Mega Millions® tickets must be purchased from a licensed lottery retailer.

PLAY MUTLIPLE DRAWINGS: Request from 2 to 20 Multi Draws either on the playslip or through the retailer. Multi Draws will include the next upcoming draw and be consecutive from that draw. Draws cannot be skipped.

CHECK YOUR TICKETS: Winning numbers are available at myarkansaslottery.com, from your local retailer, or by calling 501.682.4966.

PLAYSLIP INSTRUCTIONS
1) Mega Millions® tickets cannot be canceled.
2) Mark QUICK PICK (QP) to have numbers selected randomly by the terminal.
3) Mark 5 numbers from 1 to 70 in the left play area.
4) Mark 1 Megaball® number from 1 to 25 in the right play area.
5) If you make a mistake, do not erase. Mark VOID and use the next Play.
6) Mark up to five Plays on a playslip for $2 each.
7) Mark Megaplier® to multiply non-jackpot winnings by 2, 3, 4, or 5 times. Megaplier® adds $1 per Play to all Plays and Multi Draws on the playslip.
8) Mark MULTI DRAWS to play up to 20 consecutive draws (adds $2 per Play for each draw).

Mega Millions® Playslip

Game Rules

About the game

Mega Millions® is a multi-state jackpot game. Drawings are held at 10 p.m. CST every Tuesday and Friday. Draw sales end at 9:45 p.m. CST Tuesday and Friday. Five numbered balls are drawn from 1 to 70 and one numbered ball is drawn from 1 to 25. If all your numbers match those that are drawn, you win the jackpot, which starts at an amount set by MUSL and grows until someone wins. If other players also match all six numbers, the prize will be shared in equal amounts. Each Mega Millions® play is $2. For an additional dollar, you can add the Megaplier® option to multiply non-jackpot winnings by 2, 3, 4 or 5 times.

MEGA MILLIONS® FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

Playing Mega Millions®

Q: Where is Mega Millions® drawn?
A: Mega Millions® drawings are held in Atlanta, Georgia. Past draws are available to watch online here: https://www.youtube.com/user/megamillions46

Q: Is it possible for the Megaball® number to be the same as one of the five white ball numbers?
A: Yes. The five white ball numbers and the one Megaball® number are drawn from separate sets of balls, so the Megaball® number could be the same as one of the white ball numbers.

Q: Which has better odds — picking my own numbers or requesting a Quick Pick?
A: Whether you pick your own numbers or have the terminal randomly select numbers for you, the odds of winning are the same.

Q: What is the Megaplier®?
A: Megaplier® can be added to any Mega Millions® play as an option to increase non-jackpot winnings up to five times. A multiplier of 2, 3, 4 or 5 is randomly selected during the drawing for determining Megaplier® prizes.

Points for Prizes®

Q: Can I enter non-winning Mega Millions® tickets in Points for Prizes®?
A: Yes. Winning and non-winning numbers from terminal-generated games like Mega Millions® are eligible. Visit https://theclub.aslplayerservices.com/pia to enter and add Points for Prizes® points to your account. Points for Prizes® codes from terminal-generated games not associated with a draw must be entered within 180 days of purchase date whereas draw related games are based on the last draw date printed on the front of the ticket. Look for the 20 digit Points for Prizes Code.

Purchasing Tickets

Q: How much do Mega Millions® tickets cost?
A: Mega Millions® tickets cost $2 per play. The Megaplier® option costs an additional $1 per play.

Q: Can I purchase Mega Millions® tickets in advance?
A: To play multiple upcoming draws, request from 2 to 20 Multi Draws either on the playslip or through the retailer. Multi Draws will include the next upcoming draw and be consecutive from that draw. Draws cannot be skipped.

Q: How late can I purchase Mega Millions® tickets on a draw night?
A: Mega Millions® sales are suspended 15 minutes prior to the draw.

Q: Can a Mega Millions® ticket be voided or canceled?
A: No. Once a Mega Millions® ticket has been printed, it cannot be canceled.

Q: Can I buy Mega Millions® tickets online or by mail?
A: No. Mega Millions® tickets must be purchased from a licensed lottery retailer.

Prizes and Claims

Q: Do Mega Millions® tickets expire?
A: Prizes must be claimed within 180 days of the draw date on which the prize was won.

Q: Do I have to match the numbers in the exact order drawn?
A: No. The order of the five white balls drawn does not matter, but the Megaball® must match the Megaball® number on the ticket.

Q: Can I redeem a winning Mega Millions® ticket in any state?
A: Although the winning numbers are the same in all Mega Millions® states, a ticket must be redeemed in the state in which it was purchased.

Q: I lost my ticket. Can I claim a prize with a playslip or store receipt?
A: Mega Millions® prizes can only be claimed with a ticket printed from the lottery terminal. Playslips or store receipts will not constitute proof of purchase. Lottery tickets are bearer instruments, meaning the person who presents the ticket for claim will be presumed to be the owner. Always sign the back of any lottery ticket immediately. If you lose a ticket before you sign it, you no longer have valid ownership of the ticket.

Q: If the Megaball® is drawn from a set of 25 balls, why are the odds of winning with just the Megaball® not 1 to 25?
A: The odds of winning the $2 prize for matching just the Megaball® are 1 in 37 because the odds are a combination of 1.) matching the Megaball® and 2.) not matching any of the white ball numbers. The odds of matching the Megaball® and one white ball are 1 in 89.

Mega Millions® Jackpot

Q: What happens if more than one person wins the jackpot?
A: If there is more than one jackpot-winning ticket, the prize will be split equally among the winners.

Q: Why does a jackpot winner receive a smaller amount than the advertised jackpot?
A: The advertised jackpot is the total amount won if a winner selects an annuity over 30 annual payments (29 years). The amount of cash on hand is actually less than that and the advertised jackpot is what the cash on hand would total if invested over the 29 years. If a player chooses a lump sum, the player does not receive the interest that the cash on hand would have earned over 29 years. Applicable withholding taxes will also be deducted.

Q: What happens if the jackpot is not claimed?
A: If the jackpot is not claimed within the time frame set by the jurisdiction in which it was won (180 days in Arkansas), the jackpot funds will be returned to the states based on each state’s proportion of the sales that contributed to that jackpot.

Q: What happens if an annuity prizewinner dies?
A: Annual prize payments can continue to be paid to the winner’s heirs, or the annuity may be cashed out by the estate.

Mega Millions® is a multi-state jackpot game. Drawings are held at 10 p.m. CST every Tuesday and Friday. Draw sales end at 9:45 p.m. CST Tuesday and Friday. Five numbered balls are drawn from 1 to 70 and one numbered ball is drawn from 1 to 25. If all your numbers match those that are drawn, you win the jackpot, which starts at an amount set by MUSL and grows until someone wins. If other players also match all six numbers, the prize will be shared in equal amounts. Each Mega Millions® play is $2.

Arkansas (AR) Mega Millions Numbers & Results

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Latest Arkansas Mega Millions Results

Mega Millions | $188,000,000

Mega Millions | $176,000,000

Mega Millions | $165,000,000

Mega Millions | $152,000,000

Mega Millions | $142,000,000

Mega Millions | $129,000,000

Mega Millions | $118,000,000

Mega Millions | $109,000,000

Mega Millions | $97,000,000

Arkansas Mega Millions Prize Amounts

Numbers Correct Prize
5 of 5 w/ Mega Ball Jackpot
5 of 5 $1,000,000
4 of 5 w/ Mega Ball $10,000
4 of 4 $500
3 of 5 w/ Mega Ball $200
3 of 5 $10
2 of 5 w/ Mega Ball $10
1 of 5 w/ Mega Ball $4
0 of 5 w/ Mega Ball $2

Arkansas Mega Millions Megaplier Prize Amounts

Numbers Correct Megaplier 2X Megaplier 3X Megaplier 4X Megaplier 5X
5 of 5 $2,000,000 $3,000,000 $4,000,000 $5,000,000
4 of 5 w/ Megaplier $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000
4 of 5 $1,000 $1,500 $2,000 $2,500
3 of 5 w/ Megaplier $400 $600 $800 $1,000
3 of 5 $20 $30 $40 $50
2 of 5 w/ Megaplier $20 $30 $40 $50
1 of 5 w/ Megaplier $8 $12 $16 $20
0 of 5 w/ Megaplier $4 $6 $8 $10

Arkansas Mega Millions FAQs

Can I buy a AR Mega Millions ticket online?

If you’re in Texas, California, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Oregon, Washington or Pennsylvania you can purchase Mega Millions tickets through Lottery.com at play.lottery.com!

When is the Arkansas Mega Millions?

Arkansas Mega Millions drawings take place twice a week on Tuesday and Friday nights.

What time is the Arkansas Mega Millions drawing?

What is the AR Mega Millions jackpot?

Mega Millions jackpots roll-over until there is a winner or multiple winners. You can find the latest Arkansas Mega Millions jackpot amounts here on the Lottery.com Arkansas Mega Millions Jackpots page.

Did anyone win the AR Mega Millions?

When Mega Millions resets to the minimum jackpot, it’s an indication that one or more players won in the most recent drawing.

What are the AR Mega Millions winning numbers?

View the latest Mega Millions winning numbers in the Lottery.com app or on the Lottery.com website following each drawing here on the Arkansas Mega Millions Results page.

What are the odds of winning?

Higher than you think! The odds of winning a prize are 1 in 24.

Information on responsible gaming and problem gaming is available here. Or call 1-800-522-4700.

Get the latest winning numbers (results) and jackpots for ARKANSAS MEGA MILLIONS and all of your other favorite Arkansas lottery games.

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Mega Millions winning numbers for Tuesday, 03/31/2020; jackpot $113 million

The Mega Millions jackpot for Tuesday, March 31, 2020, was $113 million. (Mega Millions)

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Winning numbers for a $113 million Mega Millions jackpot were selected Tuesday, March 31, 2020.

The Mega Millions numbers are 8-17-51-57-70 Mega Ball 2 Megaplier 4x.

Wednesday’s Powerball jackpot is $170 million and the Classic Lotto prize is $113 million.

Tuesday’s winning Ohio Lottery numbers are:

Pick 3 evening: 404 (midday, 209)

Pick 4 evening: 1088 (midday, 2285)

Pick 5 evening: 70375 (midday, 40960)

Rolling Cash 5: 15-24-25-35-38

Pick 3 winners receive $500 for a $1 straight bet and the odds of winning are 1-in-1,000. Pick 4 winners receive $5,000 for a $1 straight bet and the odds of winning are 1-in-10,000.

The Rolling Cash 5 jackpot for the next drawing is $110,000 for hitting all five numbers and the odds of winning are 1-in-575,757.

Drawings for Pick 3, Pick 4 and Pick 5 are twice daily, at 12:29 p.m. and 7:29 p.m. The drawing for the Rolling Cash 5 is each night at 7:35 p.m.

Classic Lotto draws at 7:05 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. The odds of winning the jackpot with a $1 ticket are 1-in-13,983,816.

Lucky for Life draws at 10:35 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays. The odds of winning the jackpot with a $2 ticket are 1 in 30,821,472.

Powerball draws on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10:59 p.m. The odds of winning the jackpot with a $2 ticket are 1 in 292,201,338.

Mega Millions draws on Tuesdays and Fridays at 11 p.m. The odds of winning the jackpot with a $2 ticket are 1-in-302,575,350.

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Mega Millions winning numbers for Tuesday, 03/31/2020; jackpot $113 million The Mega Millions jackpot for Tuesday, March 31, 2020, was $113 million. (Mega Millions) CLEVELAND, Ohio — Winning

Mega Millions results for 03/31/20; jackpot worth $113 million

(Courtesy Michigan Lottery)

LANSING, MI – Slowly but surely, the Mega Millions jackpot continues to grow as there was no winner of the $113 million jackpot for the drawing held on Tuesday, March 31.

That means the drawing on Friday, April 3 will be worth $121 million with a cash option of $96.7 million.

The Mega Millions numbers for March 31: 8-17-51-57-70

The Gold Mega Ball: 2

The Megaplier: 4

Mega Millions winners for March 31:

· Along with no grand prize winner, no one matched all five white numbers drawn to win $1 million.

· In Michigan, one ticket sold matched four white balls and the Mega ball to win $10,000 in the drawing. That was the largest prize won in the state.

· There were 154,953 tickets sold that won at least $4 in the drawing. In Michigan, 6,121 tickets sold won at least $4 in the drawing.

Mega Millions drawings are held Tuesday and Friday at 11 p.m. Five balls are drawn from a set of balls numbered 1 through 70; the Mega ball is drawn from a set of balls numbered 1 through 25. The odds of winning the jackpot is 1 in 302 million.

Mega Millions is played in 44 states, plus the District of Columbia and the Virgin Islands. Tickets cost $2 each.

In other Michigan Lottery news:

· The next Powerball drawing is Wednesday night, April 1 with an estimated jackpot of $170 million and a cash option of $136.8 million.

· The next Lotto 47 drawing is also Wednesday night, April 1 at 7:29 p.m. with a jackpot of $2.55 million. Deadline is 7:08 p.m. that day.

· Wednesday’s Fantasy 5 jackpot is an estimated $105,000. The drawing is at 7:29 p.m. Deadline is 7:08 p.m.

For the latest on Michigan Lottery, check out the official Michigan Lottery site, which also offers more information on instant tickets, raffles and other lottery games.

The drawing comes during a string of big lottery wins in the state. In February, a $70 million winning Powerball ticket was sold in Michigan. In January, a Detroit woman claimed a $1 million Powerball prize after her mother pushed her into buying a ticket.

In December, a Grand Rapids woman claimed a $5 million prize that she only realized she’d won by scrolling through Facebook. The week prior, a Washtenaw County man expected to only win $20 playing an instant game, but was shocked to learn he won $1 million.

The last players from Michigan to win a Mega Millions or Powerball jackpot were a couple from Suttons Bay who came forward to claim an $80 million Powerball win. That couple plans on using the money to support their family of seven kids and 21 grandkids.

And while they were lucky winners, it’s smart for players to check their tickets immediately as a winner worth $1 million sold in Hartland last year went unclaimed. The ticket was purchased at the Speedway in Hartland, but the winner never came forward to claim the prize. The money instead went to the state’s School Aid Fund.

If you’d like to be the next player from Michigan to win a huge lottery prize, take a look at these tips from lottery expert Richard Lustig. The author of “Learn How To Increase Your Chances Of Winning The Lottery” has won more than $1 million in Florida by winning top jackpot prizes in smaller games.

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Cual fue el numero ganador dela loteria

Al igual que hicimos con la Lotería de Navidad (ver documentación del API), la Lotería del Niño también dispone de su propio API. Con él podrás ver los principales números premiados y consultar qué número fue premiado y cual no.

Formato de la petición:

Parámetros:

Sólo se puede pasar uno de los tres siguiente parámetros. Si se pasan varios, sólo se contestará a uno de ellos.

Estado del Sorteo:

Es muy importante que tengas en cuenta los posibles estados del Sorteo porque son clave para interpretar correctamente la respuesta.

0 El sorteo no ha comenzado aún. Todos los números aparecerán como no premiados.
1 El sorteo ha empezado. La lista de números premiados se va cargando poco a poco. Un número premiado podría llegar a tardar unos minutos en aparecer.
2 El sorteo ha terminado y la lista de números y premios debería ser la correcta aunque, tomada al oído, no podemos estar seguros de ella.
3 El sorteo ha terminado y existe una lista oficial en PDF.
4 El sorteo ha terminado y la lista de números y premios está basada en la oficial. De todas formas, recuerda que la única lista oficial es la que publica la ONLAE y deberías comprobar todos tus números contra ella.

Formato de la respuesta (cuando la petición es correcta):

La respuesta siempre será en formato JSON, dependerá del parámetro al que se conteste y, siempre que el procesamiento sea correcto, contendrá un ‘error’:0 entre los campos devueltos:

Si NÚMERO fue premiado la contestación será:

Si el NÚMERO no fue premiado:

Un ejemplo de petición sería: http://api.elpais.com/ws/LoteriaNinoPremiados?n=7

Formato de la respuesta (cuando la petición es incorrecta):

Cuando en el procesamiento de la petición y/o respuesta se produce un error, se contestará un simple:

Todos los premios de la Lotería del Niño con el API de EL PAÍS. Conoce al instante los resultados del Sorteo y consulta sus números con el buscador de números de la Lotería del Niño de EL PAÍS. Además vídeos, fotos, entrevistas y curiosidades de Lotería del Niño.

Todo puede pasar en Jersey.

ВЎPick-4 con FIREBALL le da premios mГЎs grandes dos veces al dГ­a!

Elija cuatro (4) nГєmeros entre 0 y 9.

Los sorteos de Pick-4 con FIREBALL se realizan todos los dГ­as aproximadamente a las 12:59 pm y las 10:57 pm.

Compre sus boletos de Pick-4 antes de las 12:53 pm para los sorteos del mediodГ­a y de las 10:53 para los sorteos de la noche.

Mejore su jugada de Pick-4 con el opcional de FIREBALL.

CГіmo llenar su boleta de juego de Pick-4

  1. 1 Elija cuatro (4) nГєmeros entre el 0 y el 9 o seleccione Quick Pick (QP) para que la computadora de la LoterГ­a seleccione al azar sus nГєmeros.
  2. 2 Seleccione un tipo de apuesta. Hay cinco maneras diferentes de jugar a Pick-4 con FIREBALL. Para mГЎs informaciГіn, consulte en la pestaГ±a Probabilidades y premios.
  3. 3 Seleccione la cantidad que quiere apostar entre $0.50 y $5.
  4. 4 Seleccione en quГ© sorteo quiere jugar, ya sea en el del mediodГ­a, la noche, o ambos.
  5. 5 Multi Draw (opcional): ВїDesea hacer la misma apuesta en mГєltiples sorteos? Seleccione hasta 7 sorteos para jugar los mismos nГєmeros durante 7 dГ­as como mГЎximo.
  6. 6 FIREBALL (opcional): ): Agregar FIREBALL duplica el costo de sus jugadas. Con FIREBALL usted puede reemplazar uno de los nГєmeros ganadores de Pick-3 sorteados por la LoterГ­a por el nГєmero del FIREBALL para tener mГЎs formas de ganar. ВЎHaga coincidir sus nГєmeros con las nuevas combinaciones ganadoras de FIREBALL y gane un premio! Para mГЎs informaciГіn consulte las Preguntas frecuentes sobre FIREBALL.
  7. 7 Instant Match (opcional): ВЎPor $1 adicional por jugada, usted puede agregar Instant Match para tener la oportunidad de ganar hasta $500 instantГЎneamente!
  8. 8 Entregue su boleta de juego a su vendedor, o insГ©rtela en una mГЎquina de autoservicio de la LoterГ­a.

Como con todos los boletos de la LoterГ­a, se debe tener cuidado de no daГ±ar el cГіdigo de barras del boleto. Un cГіdigo de barras que no se puede leer podrГ­a retrasar el pago de un boleto ganador si no pudiese ser escaneado.

Comprar juegos con sorteo puede ser tan simple como estas tres palabritas. “ВЎJuГ©guelo otra vez!”

ВЎAhora puede utilizar boletas existentes para comprar nuevas boletas impresas con su mismos nГєmeros favoritos! Con la funciГіn “Play it Again” (ВЎJuГ©guelo otra vez!), los vendedores de la LoterГ­a de Nueva Jersey pueden escanear su boleta para producir una nueva para el mismo juego, nГєmeros y monto de la apuesta.

  • Disponible para las apuestas Pick-3, Pick-4, Jersey Cash 5, Pick-6, CASH4LIFE, Mega Millions, Powerball y Quick Draw.
  • Vuelve a jugar la misma cantidad de sorteos, cartones, tipo de apuesta, monto de la apuesta, multiplicador (si se jugГі originalmente) e Instant Match (utilizando un nuevo conjunto de nГєmeros).
  • La funciГіn estarГЎ disponible para el prГіximo sorteo del mediodГ­a o de la noche, dependiendo de cuГЎndo comprГі su boleto.
  • Las apuestas Quick Pick se imprimirГЎn con los mismos nГєmeros de la apuesta original.
  • Las boletas deben volverse a jugar dentro de los 30 dГ­as de compra del boleto original.
  • ВЎIncluso boletos validados previamente y cancelados se pueden volver a jugar!

Todo puede pasar en Jersey. ВЎPick-4 con FIREBALL le da premios mГЎs grandes dos veces al dГ­a! Elija cuatro (4) nГєmeros entre 0 y 9. Los sorteos de Pick-4 con FIREBALL se realizan todos

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Mega Millions Drawing Detail

Drawing Date: Tuesday, March 31, 2020

This page provides all available information for the Mega Millions lottery drawing on Tuesday, March 31, 2020.

Jackpot Winners: None

Second Prize Winners: None

Jackpot Winners (All States)

Match First 5
+
Match Mega Ball
No. of
Winners
Prize Amount Total Awarded
5 + 1 (Jackpot) 0 $113,000,000 $0
Total 0 $0

All States Except California

Mega Millions Drawing Detail Drawing Date: Tuesday, March 31, 2020 This page provides all available information for the Mega Millions lottery drawing on Tuesday, March 31, 2020.

Mega Millions Numbers for 03-31-2020

This page has the latest Mega Millions winning numbers for this draw, plus detailed prize payout information.

There are three ways to see more Mega Millions winning numbers:

  1. Are you a winner? Enter your numbers in the Mega Millions Number Checker to see if you’ve won in the past 365 days
  2. View the latest Mega Millions winning numbers.
  3. Did you win in an older drawing? You can view past Mega Millions numbers and prize payouts for all drawings since 1992.
  • 8
  • 17
  • 51
  • 57
  • 70
  • 2

Prize Payouts

These are the prize payouts for all states that play MegaMillions combined, along with the prize values for each prize tier, with and without the Megaplier. Scroll to the bottom for links to particular state payout tables

View the winners and prize payout information for the Mega Millions draw on Tuesday March 31st 2020