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|Game Name||Entry Close Time||Possible Numbers||Prize Type||Draw Time||Draw Days|
|Powerball||9:45 PM EST||5 from 1-69 and 1 from 1-26||Jackpot||10:59 PM EST||Wednesday and Saturday|
|Mega Millions||10:45 PM EST||5 from 1-70 and 1 from 1-25||Jackpot||11:00 PM EST||Tuesday and Friday|
|Fantasy 5||7:08 PM EST||5 from 1-39||Jackpot||7:29 PM EST||Daily|
|Lotto 47||7:08 PM EST||6 from 1-47||Jackpot||7:29 PM EST||Wednesday and Saturday|
|Lucky for Life||9:04 PM EST||5 from 1-48 and 1 from 1-18||Top Prize||10:35 PM EST||Monday and Thursday|
|Keno||7:08 PM EST||10 from 1-80||Top Prize||7:29 PM EST||Daily|
|Poker Lotto||7:08 PM EST||Easy Pick 5 cards from 52||Top Prize||7:29 PM EST||Daily|
|Daily 3 Midday||12:39 PM EST||3 from 0-9||Top Prize||12:59 PM EST||Daily|
|Daily 3 Evening||7:08 PM EST||3 from 0-9||Top Prize||7:29 PM EST||Daily|
|Daily 4 Midday||12:39 PM EST||4 from 0-9||Top Prize||12:59 PM EST||Daily|
|Daily 4 Evening||7:08 PM EST||4 from 0-9||Top Prize||7:29 PM EST||Daily|
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