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Rolling In It

Win up to £5,000

£1.00 per play | Odds: 1 in 3.68

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You could be wallowing in up to £5,000 without getting your trotters muddy.

Choose 5 pigs from the mud pool to root for coloured coins for you. Match 3 identical coloured coins to win a prize.

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Game Procedures including how to play

Game Name: Rolling In It

Introduction

These are the Game Procedures (the “Procedures”) for Rolling In It (the “Game”). When You play the Game, these Procedures, and the Rules for Interactive Instant Win Games ("the Rules") apply. All of these documents can be found on the National Lottery website.

If You buy a Play through Your Account, the Account Terms apply in addition to the documents mentioned above, and if You buy a Play with Your Pingit Account, the Pingit User Account Terms apply in addition to those documents.

Any word or term in these Procedures that has specific meaning will have the meaning given to it in these Procedures or the Rules (unless the context clearly indicates otherwise).

Game details

Game Name: Rolling In It

Game Price: £1.00

There is a 1 in 3.68 overall chance of winning a Prize on each Play of the Game. The expected prize payout percentage for this game is 65.00%.

This Game is a game of chance. The outcome of a Play in the Game is pre-determined by Camelot's Computer System at the point of purchase. You are not required to exercise any skill or judgement to win a Prize.

How to play and win

Each Play has its own Play Number - this can be found on the Game outcome screen once the Game has been finished, in the “My Games” section of Your Account if You bought the Play via Your Account, and in the confirmation email sent to You if You bought the Play via Pingit.

At the start of a Play, You are presented with a Game Play Window displaying seven pigs in a muddy puddle. Below the pigs is a fence displaying eight different coloured rows (the 'Prize Table'). Each row contains three empty circles and to the right of these a prize amount (the 'Prize'). To the left of the Game Play Window is the instruction: 'Choose 5 pigs. Collect 3 identical coloured coins to win a prize.'

To commence a Play, You must position Your cursor over any of the pigs and click. If after a period of time You have not clicked anything, the pigs will animate to indicate that You must click one of these. On clicking on one of the pigs, that pig will dive into the puddle and then reappear with between one and three coloured coins in its hand. The coins revealed will then move into the Prize Table, populating the empty circles that are associated with that colour and the pig will remain sitting down in the puddle.

On collecting three identical coloured coins and completing the associated row in the Prize Table, the coins will animate and the associated Prize will flash gold to indicate that You have won this amount.

You must click on any 5 of the 7 pigs to complete the Game and a message will appear to the top of the Game Play Window indicating the amount You have won, if anything, and instructing You to click finish to complete the Game.

If You have bought a Play of this Game and have collected three identical coloured coins, You will, providing the requirements of these Rules and the Procedures are met, win a Prize as detailed in the table below:

Prizes

The Prize amounts and odds of winning are set out in the table below:
Prize Amounts and Odds
Prize Amount Approx. odds (1 in x)
£1 7
£2 13
£5 31
£10 103
£30 417
£100 194,445
£500 291,667
£5,000 3,500,000

You can only win one Prize Amount per Play, as detailed in the Prize Amounts and Odds table above.

General

If there is any conflict or inconsistency between these Procedures - Rolling In It and any other information issued by Camelot in respect of this Game, these Procedures will take priority (unless Camelot states otherwise).

These are games of chance. Whether you win or lose is set the moment you buy – although you can still cross your fingers.

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