13th October 2011 10:40 AM
It’s been quite a hectic week or so in the world of EuroMillions. Last Friday 07 October a single ticket scooped the €117 million (£101 million) jackpot that had rolled over from the previous Superdraw game, and on Monday of this week the jackpot winners went public and were named as Dave and Angela Dawes. Then, as if to keep excitement levels at fever pitch, the €15 million jackpot on Tuesday 11 October rolled over, which means that we have another rollover jackpot of around €27 million (around £23 million) to try and win this Friday 14 October.
The main numbers that were drawn in the EuroMillions game last Tuesday were 01, 04, 12, 16 and 48, and the Lucky Stars were 09 and 10. Just one of those numbers had been previously highlighted as being most overdue to make an appearance (the Lucky Star number 09) and so the most overdue main numbers are still 43, 41, 29, 11 and 03, whilst the most overdue Lucky Star numbers have changed to 04 and 07.
There were five winning tickets at the second-tier level on Tuesday and each of those won €228,128 (£153,732) by matching all five main numbers and one Lucky Star. Six tickets won €63,369 (£42,703) each by matching the five main numbers only. There were more than 1.84 million prizes won in total, and that doesn’t include the Millionaire Prize of £1 million that was paid to a player in the UK (the winning raffle number on Tuesday was FQY131310).
The big question now is whether the EuroMillions rollover jackpot of €27 million will be won this Friday or whether it will roll again to give players an even bigger amount to play for next week. Buy your EuroMillions tickets online today and you’ll soon find out! Good luck!
Written by Tim Reynolds
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