Bettor from MG spends R$2.50 and takes more than R$130 thousand on Quina 6357

Bettor from MG spends R$2.50 and takes more than R$130 thousand on Quina 6357
Bettor from MG spends R$2.50 and takes more than R$130 thousand on Quina 6357
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The price of a bet with 5 numbers on Quina is R$2.50 | Photo: Adriana Toffetti/A7 Press/Folhapress

Imagine spending R$2.50 and earning more than R$130,000. This is what happened to a bettor from Minas Gerais who matched all five numbers of the Quina 6357 this Friday (February 2). The numbers drawn were 54 – 56 – 52 – 58 – 50.

The lucky winner was the only one from Minas Gerais to match five numbers in the draw held at Espaço da Sorte, in São Paulo. The bet made at ‘Loterias Vitória’ in Poços de Caldas, in the south of Minas Gerais, will take R$ 135,221.69. Another nine bettors won the corner prize, which in the draw was worth R$ 1.3 million.

Check out how the Quina 6357 awards turned out:

10 winning bets – R$ 135,221.69

154 winning bets – R$2,014.37

3,106 winning bets – R$95.11

64,099 winning bets – R$4.60

See how to bet on Quina

Just like Mega-Sena, Lotofácil and other games promoted by Caixa Econômica Federal, bets for Quina can be placed until 7pm on the day of the draw at lottery outlets, Caixa’s Internet Banking or via the Loterias Online website.

How many numbers do I need to match to win at Quina?

The bettor who matches 2, 3, 4 or 5 numbers can win at Quina.

How much does it cost to play Quina?

The minimum amount to bet on Quina is R$2.50. Whoever bets can choose five out of 80 tens. The more dozens you choose, the more expensive the bet becomes, reaching up to R$6,000. This amount is charged when the player chooses 15 numbers in the same game.

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