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Lotto Double Rollover Looms

Lotto Double Rollover Looms

The midweek Lotto game on Wednesday 3 November will offer a massive double rollover jackpot worth around £10.4 million after no player managed to match the six main numbers in the draw on Saturday 30 October. National Lottery players all over the country were hoping to win a Lotto jackpot in time for Halloween but the lottery results weren’t cooperative. Of course the good news is that the Lotto double rollover comes just two days before Guy Fawkes night, and a EuroMillions rollover jackpot of £25 million this Friday 5 November itself give players two excellent reasons to buy themselves a few extra tickets.

The lottery results which eluded Lotto jackpot seekers last Saturday were 02, 22, 32, 33, 37 and 45, and the Bonus Ball was 11. Although nobody succeeded in matching all six main numbers, 20 players did match five of them plus the Bonus Ball to win a second-tier prize of £79,964 each. 429 players matched five main numbers only and won £2,329 each, and 545,428 prizes of either £82 or £10 were landed by lottery winners matching four or three main numbers, respectively.

Now that the next jackpot is estimated to be worth around £10.4 million, many National Lottery players will be wanting to try everything possible to increase their chances of winning. The only genuine way of improving your chances is to purchase more tickets, and with such a big jackpot on offer it certainly makes sense to take that approach if you want to do so. That said, you might also like to consider using our Lottery Statistics page to inspire one or more of your selections.

The most popular section of our Lottery Statistics page is the one that identifies the numbers which are ‘most overdue’ to make an appearance, and the most overdue numbers at the time of writing are 13, 15, 01, 07, 49 and 28. Whilst no number has any greater chance of being drawn more than any other, including one or more of these ‘overdue’ numbers just might be the thing that helps you to land a big win, so if it appeals to you, go for it!

With £10.4 million up for grabs in the Lotto game on Wednesday and £25 million in the EuroMillions game on Friday, this promises to be yet another exciting week for lottery players. Buy lottery tickets online today and by the time the week is over you just might be a multimillionaire!

Monday 1st November 2010

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