What is Sabah 4d
Similar like all the other 4D games in around Malaysia, the Sabah 4D functions almost the same. This is where you select a 4 digit number which ranges from 0000 to 9999 which means you have a 10,000 probability of winnings. You are free to place on any 4 digit number based on your preference and then the more you buy, the more your winning will be. Where this is concerned, take note that the minimum for every number is RM1 applicable for every draw day which usually runs on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
The Sabah 4D, just like any 4D game requires you to determine a few things prior to playing the game. The first and most important thing that you must have is a 4D number. Choose between the range available. You are free to choose more than 1 string of 4 digit numbers at any time. Once you have determined your numbers then you have to decide how much you would like to place on. Bear in mind that prize winnings in 4D games are multiplied through the amount you place on.
After that, you would need to decide which forecast you would like to place on. You can choose either the Big or Small forecasts or both all of which also depends solely on the amount. Prize winnings in these forecasts are as follow:
For a minimum of RM1, if your number is drawn the prize winnings are:
First Prize: RM3,500
Second Prize: RM2,500
Third Prize: RM1,000
First Prize: RM2,500
Second Prize: RM1,000
Third Prize: RM500
Lucky Prize: RM200
Consolation Prize: RM60
This means that there is a total of 23 4digit numbers being drawn on every draw day. Each numbers will be in every category and if any of the number you placed on has been drawn, then you are a winner. It is as simple as that.
In Sabah 4D, there are also the System game which is known simple as “Pau” where you can place on a specific 4 digit number on all its permutations or probabilities. This means that if your number is 0001, then you place on the numbers 0001, 0010, 0100, 1000 which means there is a total of RM4 if you place an RM1 on the number. If you play the i-Play, the game is reversed where you decide on the amount you want to place on and the probabilities are divided equally. That means for the number 0001, you place an RM1 and all the numbers share equally which is RM0.25 each.
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