FROM next week, you will be 31 per cent less likely to win the Mark Six - but the jackpots will be bigger. From the Dragonboat Snowball draw on June 11, the territory's lottery will have 47 balls instead of the 45 from which punters currently try to pick six lucky winning numbers. That means the odds of winning will be cut from the current 8,145,060-to-one to 10,737,570-to-one. Although it will be tougher for one person to scoop the first prize, betters with their eyes on the big one can look forward to more 'roll-overs' to the following week. Mark Six began as a six out of 14-ball game in September 1975, quickly rising to six-out-of-36 the following year.