Saturday October 9th would be the last chance for you to place bets in the Meghalaya Lottery game and win money for this week. No lotteries are held in the state on Sunday, the next round of Shillong Teer will be held on October 11, Monday. Khasi Hills Archery Sports Association, which has 12 clubs, will host two Shillong Teer events today.
The first round will start at 3.45 p.m. and the second round will start at 4.45 p.m. The results of the two rounds will be made public at 4:15 p.m. and 5:15 p.m. respectively. The winning Teer Dream numbers are revealed on Meghalaya Teer’s official website, www.meghalayateer.com, at the specified time.
The association announced the results of the Morning Teer games. The lucky number for the first round of the Shillong Teer Morning game is 32, and for the second round the winning number is 89.
The association sends 50 archers from the 12 archery clubs it houses. Today, archers will meet at Shillong’s Polo Ground to decide the fate of several lottery participants.
Interested candidates are required to purchase the ticket before the start of the match, at all state-approved ticket offices. These ticket booths, which have been set up in the state’s 11 districts, will remain open from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Participants are asked to choose a number between 0 and 99 that will represent the individual’s prediction.
Later, when the archers gather to play the archery match, they aim 30 arrows at the target in the first round, followed by 20 in the second round. The game of archery is not that simple, a set of rules, framed by the Meghalaya Amusement and Betting Tax Act, also govern the game.
Participants whose prediction matches the outcome receive cash prizes. Rs. 80 would be awarded for every Re 1 bet placed in the first round, and Rs. 60 for every correct prediction made in the second round. During this time, if luck favors you exceptionally and you make the right guesses on both rounds, you will receive Rs. 4,000 for each Re 1 bet made.
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