The results of last night’s European lottery (Tuesday 19 July 2011) were as follows:
03 – 16 – 25 – 26 – 35 Lucky Stars: 05 – 09
The £20 319 793 jackpot was won by one player and there was a Millionaire Raffle winner too.
There were as usual lots of winners, 2 028 968 players shared the £1 777 404.10 prize money with prizes ranging from £2.70 to a helpful £42 950.60.
The jackpot for the next Eurolottery draw (on Friday 22 July 2011) currently stands at a goodly £13 000 000.
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The results of the UK lottery draw (the Lotto) for last night, Saturday 16 July 2011, were:
04 – 09 – 13 – 15 – 18 – 40 Bonus: 30
The £5 917 907 jackpot was won by one lucky player.
But of course there were other winners with prize money of £9 862 602 being divided between another 643 966 with individual prizes of between £10 and £83 916.
The jackpot for the next UK lottery draw (the Lotto) on Wednesday 20 July 2011, currently totals £2 200 000.
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The results of the European lottery draw for last night Friday 15 July were as follows:
06 – 26 – 33 – 34 – 39 Lucky Stars: 03 – 04
Rule changes in the European lottery have changed the odds of winning the jackpot slightly and this means more rollovers are likely. THat is what happened this week – the £13,173,000 jackpot was not claimed this time so will rollover to the next draw.
There was of course a winner of the £1 000 000 Millionaire Raffle.
As everyone missed out on the big prize, they may have won something else – 2 986 633 players won other prizes from the £2 899 340.40 available. Amounts won run from £2.90 to a useful £61 038.10.
The total jackpot for the next Eurolottery draw on Tuesday 19 July 2011 presently stands at £18 000 000.
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Earlier today the couple that had won the recent £161 million jackpot in the European lottery held a press conference in their hometown of Largs, Ayrshire.
Chris and Colin Weir were very sensible about their good fortune but didn’t sleep for two nights once they realized they had won. They checked the numbers from the television in the evening and had to wait until the next morning to register their win. Together they watched the sun rise before Chris dialed Camelot, the lottery administrators.
Both partners have had serious health problems in recent years that had prevented them working so the good luck is welcome. However they are not letting it all to get to their heads; Chris told reporters “We are not flashy people” and husband Colin observed, “With great wealth come great responsibility.”
Ideas for their future include travelling. Chris and Colin have always wanted to see the Great Wall of China and Ayers Rock and explore the art galleries of the world. The only other commitment they made was to buy homes for their two grown-up children.
We send very best wishes to the lucky couple for the future.
See more on the story about the Eurolottery winners on the BBC website.
The results of the UK lottery draw (the Lotto) for last night (Wednesday 13 July 2011) were:
07 – 11 – 15 – 18 – 19 – 49 Bonus: 25
The jackpot of £1 826 971 was not won on this occasion and will roll over to the next draw.
A total of 386 339 players did win their share of a £5 333 301 prize fund, receiving between £10 and £80 306 each.
The jackpot for the next British National Lottery on Saturday 16 July 2011 currently stands at £6 100 000, as a result of the rollover.
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Last nights Eurolottery results were as follows:
17 – 19 – 38 – 42 – 45 Lucky Stars: 09 – 10
There was at last a winner of the £161 653 000 jackpot. It is not known if this was won by an individual or a syndicate or even where they live and it is possible we may never know – the previous highest jackpot winner won £113 000 000 in October next year and has managed to remain anonymous.
We send our good wishes to whoever won this time.
There was of course a Millionaire Raffle winner too.
The amazing news from this day’s draw does not stop there: £15 217 181.50 was given to lesser prizes with amounts ranging from £2.90 to £1 779 995. This last prize was won by 11 individuals so one lottery draw created 13 new millionaires in one day!
The jackpot for the next Eurolottery draw on Friday 15 July 2011 now stands at a more sobre £13 000 000.
If you didn’t win this time, you will have a chance in the next draw. Get your tickets for this and another 37 global lotteries at theLotter.com.
The UK lotteries result (for the Lotto) for last night (Saturday 9 July 2011) was:
01 – 02 – 21 – 24 – 33 – 49 Bonus: 39
This time there were 3 lucky winners of the £7 216 305 jackpot and they receive £2 405 435 each.
And another 553 441 lucky lottery players won their share of an additional £9 427 235 prize money with prizes ranging between £10 and a very useful £278 407.
The jackpot for the next UK lottery draw on Wednesday 13 July 2011 presently stands at a helpful £2 200 000.
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The Eurolottery results for tonight, Friday 9 July 2011, were as follows:
12 – 13 – 23 – 40 – 49 Lucky Stars: 07 – 10
Yet again there was no winner of the £164 761 000 jackpot so this will roll over AGAIN to the next draw.
Of course there was a Millionaire Raffle winner who takes away £1 000 000.
The number of players winning lesser prizes has hit new levels with a staggering 7 622 737 players receiving prizes totalling £18 211 107.90. The prizes range from £2.80 to a, wait for it, a staggering £3 314 251.30 – 6 players won this amount for matching five numbers but only one lucky star.
In accordance with the European lottery rules, the jackpot has been capped for the next draw on Tuesday 12 July 2011 at £166 000 000.
This money has to be won so, to be in with a chance, get your tickets for this and 37 other global lotteries at theLotter.com today.
The results of the UK lottery draw (the Lotto) from yesterday, Wednesday 6 June 2011 were:
26 – 32 – 34 – 35 – 41 – 48 Bonus: 01
The jackpot total of £2,692,183 was not won so this will rollover to the next draw.
A total of 207 075 players did however win other prizes ranging from £10 to £138 060 – total prize money of £4 448 104.
We have another rollover which means the jackpot total for the next UK lottery draw (the Lotto) currently stands at £7 000 000.
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Wearing masks to shield ones identity is becoming popular among winners of global lotteries.
Recently an Israeli couple turned up to collect their winnings in masks (see this article) and now a Chinese winner has done the same.
The latest winner of the China Sports Lottery arrived an hour and a half late for the news conference and wore a Monkey King mask and baseball cap to answer questions from the press.
The man lives in the southwest city of Chongqing and received his cheque for 177 million yuan (about US$27.3 million) and announced his intention to donate 5 million yuan to charity.
The win may be the biggest in the province but not in China. A teacher in the country’s Henan province won a previous jackpot of 258 million yuan and he or she (this time the winner didn’t even turn up to the press conference) donated 10.5 yuan to charity.
Wearing masks for lottery presentations seems to be a tradition in China. A winner from Guizhou turned up dressed as Spider Man and a group of four winners, also from Guizhou, wore hats and masks but kept their heads down. Observers christened them ‘the most depressed people to win the lottery.’
It seems global lotteries are changing lives all over the world – even if we don’t know what they look like!