The second Euromillions draw ofwas held last night in Paris last night with a rollover jackpot of an estimated €21/ £19 million on offer. This jackpot would be the prize for the player able to match all five numbers and two , drawn at random from the two drums containing first the numbers 1 – 50, then the s containing the numbers 1 – 11. But did anyone manage to do it? Or will this weekend be hailing a double rollover?
Latest EuroMillions Results for 5 February 2013
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Well, as no player was able to match all the numbers, this means that we will be seeing the third double rollover jackpot of the year on offer this weekend, which is good news for those picky players who only buy tickets when the jackpot creeps up! The estimated jackpot for Friday will be €32 / £28 million, which is bound to start attracting more player interest.
Back to last night’s draw however, and although there were no jackpot winners there were three players who were able to match all five numbers and one Lucky Star, beating odds of 1 in 6,473,989 to do so. They each won an impressive €347,370 / £240,944 each. There were just two players who were able to match all five numbers alone, to net an unusually high €173,685 / £150,362, which is the highest third tier prize seen this y World Lottery News and Articles