Α. Single Column and Full Development System
Single Column: The minimum wager is one column (single column); the player selects eight (8) numbers from a field of thirty (30).
Full Development System: Selection of more than eight (8) numbers from a field of thirty (30).
Participation using Single Columns
Participation using Full Development System
Β. Standard System
PROPOGOAL Standard Systems offer the possibility of participating in the game by filling in fewer columns compared to those needed for the full system. In total, there are forty five (45) standard systems, out of which thirteen (13) are free-standing, whereas the rest can only be used for permutations systems. Filling in fewer columns means lower cost, but also less than 100% rate of success upon correct predictions, as rate of success depends on the standard system you have selected and 100% rate is achieved in full systems. The Standard Systems Table, which contains the systems' codes, along with the corresponding selections in numbers and columns resulting from each system, may be found at the back of the playslip. The free-standing standard systems can be played on any area of the playslip and are distinguished by the fact that your eight (8) potential successful predictions should result from a single column. The system code is marked in the "Codes" Field. For further information about standard systems, you can read the game's brochure, be advised by an OPAP agent or enter the Free-standing Screening Programme that is available for free on our website.
Participation using Standard System ‘Code 89' (selected numbers 11 / columns 10)
C. Permutation Systems AxB up to AxBxCxDxExFxGxH
PROPOGOAL permutations systems offer the possibility of combining one's predictions in two (2) or in up to eight (8) matrix areas. The success rate depends on the number of correct predictions in each (vertical) area; in case predictions in all areas turn out to be correct, a 100% success rate is achieved. The number of potential successful predictions is marked in the field ‘Codes' of each area. Participation through Permutations Systems is always in the form of ΑxΒup to ΑxΒxCxDxExFxH and is realized under the following conditions:
1. In each permutations system, the sum of your numbers of potential successful predictions in all marked areas should equal 8 (PROPOGOAL game 8 out of 30)
2. The selected digits should not be more than 30 in total.
3. The numbers marked in each field of 30 should not be the same as the numbers marked in each one of the other similar fields.
The rest areas on the playslip, with the exception of the ones that the system is developed, must remain blank.
Participation using Full Development Permutations System
Area A – potential successful predictions 5 out of 5 / 1 column
Area B – potential successful predictions 2 out of 3 / 3 columns
Area C – potential successful predictions 1 out of 1 / 1 column
Participation using Full Development and Standard Permutations System
Area A – potential successful predictions 5 out of 9 / 9 columns (using the standard system ‘Code 27')
Area B - potential successful predictions 3 out of 3 / 1 column
Partial Invalidation of Selections
By selecting ‘VOID' in one or more Matrix areas, the terminal does not enter the data of that (those) particular area(s) in the system upon validation of the playslip. Therefore, an area that is accidentally marked can be deselected without invalidating the whole playslip.
Participation in PROTO game using a PROPOGOAL playslip
The area at the bottom left side of PROPOGOAL playslip offers the possibility to participate in the game PROTO.
The selections in this area go through a cumulative process. You can play up to 1936 consecutive PROTO numbers. If, for instance, you mark on the PROTO area of a PROPOGOAL coupon the numbers 5, 20 and 500, then you will participate in PROTO with 525 consecutive numbers, starting from the randomly selected initial number.
The selections in this area go through a cumulative process. You can play up to 1936 consecutive PROTO numbers. If, for instance, you mark the numbers 5, 20 and 500 on the PROTO area of a PROPOGOAL playslip, then you will participate in PROTO with 525 consecutive numbers, starting from the randomly selected initial number.
NOTE: In case of participation in PROTO using JOKER, LOTTO, PROPO and PROPOGOAL playslips, two (2) Participation Receipts should be printed out, one for each kind of game.