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The EuroMillions Chase Continues

Chase movies are always popular, and EuroMillions players everywhere are beginning to feel as if they are in a chase movie of their own. In this case we aren’t chasing fugitives from justice or general bad guys, but a life-changing jackpot which gets bigger the longer it remains at large. Yes, plenty of players have come close to winning the jackpot in the last ten draws that have taken place, but the jackpot itself has managed to slip away on each occasion. So, will this be the week in which one of the most exciting chases in EuroMillions history reaches its conclusion?

The great thing about the EuroMillions game is that we already know how the chase will end. Sooner or later, one or more lottery tickets will qualify to win the jackpot sum. If the jackpot continues to roll over to the point where it reaches the maximum allowable level (€185 million) then the jackpot will remain at that level until someone eventually matches the five main numbers and both Lucky Star numbers. Any excess cash which would normally have been added to the jackpot if the €185 million maximum level weren’t in place will be added instead to the next prize level which has winners – usually the second-tier.

In other words, every EuroMillions ‘chase sequence’ of rollovers inevitably leads to one or more players winning big. Of course, if you want the chance to be involved in the ‘hot pursuit’ of lottery multi-millions then you can’t afford to miss any of the draws. If you play the same numbers on a regular basis then it makes a lot of sense to enter those numbers for several consecutive draws when you buy your lottery tickets online – that way you won’t forget to buy a ticket for a particular draw and miss out on your chance to win the jackpot when it finally stops rolling.

After ten consecutive rollovers, the EuroMillions jackpot for this Tuesday 28 June has an estimated value of €132 million, which is around £117 million for players in the UK. Get involved today and your numbers just might bring the current EuroMillions chase to an end! Good luck!

Written by Tim Reynolds

Published: Mon, 27 June 2011 - 10:31am
Last Updated: Thu, 5 June 2014 - 2:33pm
Published By: Euro-Millions.com