Russian Lotto Board game-an opportunity to have fun in a friendly company or family circle.
Lotto first appeared in Genoa (Italy) in the XVI century. The game immediately became very popular, but after a while it was banned by the Venetian Senate as a gambling game. In Russia, Lotto appeared only in the XVIII century and immediately attracted great interest, but it was only available to wealthy people. Only in the XX century other segments of the population were able to join this game. In the USSR Lotto was recognized as a family and educational game.
Thanks to the simple rules and excitement, the game "Russian Lotto" has gained huge popularity and is on a par with such entertainment as dominoes and cards.
A souvenir made to order for a home game during self-isolation.
The game set includes: 90 barrels, each of which has its number printed on both sides; a linen bag in which the barrels are thoroughly mixed before the game begins; 24 game cards consisting of 3 rows of 9 cells each, in which 15 numbers and 150 chips are randomly placed.