Are There Lucky Numbers?
A lot of EuroMillions players have numbers which are lucky for them. It may be that they consider personally significant dates such as family birthdays or addresses as being particularly fortunate, or just have a special connection with certain numbers. The number 7, for example, is considered lucky in many cultures, perhaps because it has several positive associations such as the number of days in a week, colours in a rainbow or wonders of the world.
In terms of EuroMillions, each of the main numbers from 1 to 50 has an equal chance of being drawn in every game, and the same is true of the 12 Lucky Stars. However, some numbers have been drawn more than others and could therefore be thought of as the luckiest.
One way to draw a conclusion about the luckiest numbers is to take a look at the EuroMillions Statistics page, where you can find details of how frequently each number has been drawn. The number to have been picked the most since EuroMillions started in 2004 is 50, followed by 44, 19, 4 and 30. The most common Lucky Stars have been 8 and 3.
You can also use the statistics page to see which numbers are the most overdue, which numbers have been picked the least, and much more such as common pairs and triplets and consecutive numbers which are often drawn together.
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