Another Huge UK EuroMillions Lottery Winner!

Posted on January 18th, 2010

There has been another monster Euromillions lottery win for a UK resident.

The Euro Millions lottery numbers pulled on Friday made one British man or woman £26 million better off.  The enormous Euromillions jackpot will be shared between a lottery player in France and the UK player. It´s the 4th biggest scoop in UK lottery history.  The hot numbers were 11, 26, 29, 49, 50- the idendity of the lucky player is not yet known.

Last November saw a record win- this follows quickly on from that scoop. It is not known of the ticket holder is a syndicate or a person, or whether in fact the ticket is still lying hidden behind the sofa. But rumour has it that the winners has “come out” and is with the National Lottery secret agents as we post this.

Just like the previous big jackpot win, the numbers included “11”.

After 3 weeks without a winner there was £52.3 million in the pot during the draw. The lucky numbers in the draw were 11 – 26 – 29 – 49 – 50, lucky stars 4 and 7 and the Millionaire Raffle number was VFP866401.

Had the UK player been the only winner, the £52.3 million Euromillions Lottery jackpot would have made them the UK´s largest every lottery winner. But then £26,151,124.20 isn´t such a bad haul either.

Next Friday´s Euromillions Lottery will come in at an estimated £12 million.

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