10th May 2011 10:11 PM
So we all sat with baited breath at the prospect of winning a not to be sniffed at jackpot of £85 / €100 million in the inaugural Tuesday game but we can tell you that the first Tuesday Euromillions jackpot rolls over as there were no winners found who matched 5 main numbers and two Lucky Stars. The numbers drawn that weren’t to be lucky for the millions of people who bought tickets for the historical game were 3, 10, 15, 28 and 45 with the Lucky Stars 5 and 7.
We had half expected that the first Tuesday Euromillions draw would at least have seen an appearance of one of the new Lucky Star numbers, either 10 or 11 but they were nowhere to be seen.
Whilst no winners managed to match five main balls and the two Lucky Stars tonight, 13 players got lucky with 5+1. The new thirteenth tier prize level for Euromillions, match just two main balls, proved lucky for a staggering 1,735,300 players.
This means yet another mammoth jackpot for the Euromillions on Friday 13th May, £107 / €120 million at least, and whilst it may be unlucky for those people who are a little superstitious, if someone manages to scoop the humungous jackpot the rollover is set to produce, it’s likely that they will no longer be worried about walking under ladders!
Remember you can play Euromillions online and with a rush to get a ticket or two for the big game on Friday, buy online to avoid any potential terminal glitches that have been reported in the past.
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