To play Toto, choose at least six numbers from 1 to 45 and match them against the winning numbers drawn. Toto draws take place on Mondays and Thursdays. Six numbers plus one additional number will be drawn. You’ll win a prize if your Toto bet matches at least three numbers and the additional number.
Marking the Bet Slip
Using a 2B pencil or a black/blue ballpoint pen, mark the boxes with a heavy vertical line.
To see the ticket layout go to Singapore Pools
The basic entry to the game is Ordinary Entry. Mark six numbers between 1 and 45.
Mark these boxes only if you are betting system entry. DO NOT mark here for ordinary entries
Mark “Sys 7” (System 7) if you’re entering seven numbers for the game.
Mark “Sys 8” if you’re entering eight numbers. The same goes for “Sys 9”, “Sys 10”, “Sys 11” and “Sys 12”.
Use a separate bet slip for each type of entry.
Mark “Sys Roll” (System Roll) if you have a set of five numbers for the game and want the computer to assign each of the remaining 40 numbers to your sixth number.
Mark the “2 Draws” box if you want to buy the same Toto numbers for the current and next draws.
If you want the computer to pick the numbers for you, ask the retailer for a QuickPick (there’s no need to fill in the bet slip). Tell the retailer:
- your choice of Entry: Ordinary, System (7,8,9,10,11,12) or System Roll;
- the amount you’d like to bet or how many boards you’d like to buy; and
- whether you want to bet for one or two draws.After marking your bet slip, check to make sure that everything is correct before handing over your bet slip to the retailer. Once the Toto ticket is printed, there will be no cancellations or refunds. A ticket will be issued for each bet slip. Check your tickets for any mistakes. Tell the retailer immediately if anything is wrong.