EuroMillions results LIVE – Numbers revealed for last night’s WHOPPING £110m jackpot as huge £4.1M to play… – The Sun

Last night’s Lotto draw took place giving punters the opportunity to get their hands on a whopping £4.1 million.
According to the Lotto website there is one winning ticket for the jackpot.
It is not known whether the winner has come forward so players should get checking their tickets now.
Yesterdays results were:
National Lottery Lotto winning numbers were: 05, 16, 17, 32, 51, 59 and the Bonus Ball was 53.
National Lottery Thunderball winning numbers were: 01, 05, 12, 32, 38 and the Thunderball was 11.
Read our EuroMillions live blog below for the latest updates…
To play Set For Life, you are required to pick five numbers from 1 to 47 and one Life Ball from 1 to 10.
Draws are held on Monday and Thursday evenings.
You can buy Set For Life tickets online every day from 6am until 11pm. But remember, to play on a draw day, you’ll need to buy your ticket before 7.30pm.
As always there are no National Lottery draws on a Sunday.
The next draw will take place tomorrow at 8:00pm and that will be the Set for Life draw.
For many, winning the jackpot means early retirement however Susan Hardman had other ideas.
When the mum-of-one’s numbers came up in January 2010 she worked as a hairdresser in Eardisley, Hereford, and was “struggling financially”.
Instead of splashing out when the £1.2million win landed in her bank account, she traded in her scissors for overalls and became a pig farmer.
Susan claimed to be happier than ever knee-deep in mud and said bringing a piglet into the world brought her “more satisfaction” than winning the lottery.
Last night's Lotto draw took place giving punters the opportunity to get their hands on a whopping £4.1 million.
According to the Lotto website there is one winning ticket for the jackpot.
It is not known whether the winner has come forward so players should get checking their tickets now.
Martyn and Kay Tott got the shock of their lives when they realised they’d won £3million back in 2001 – six months after buying the ticket.
By the time they saw an appeal for the winner to come forward, they couldn’t find the ticket.
After 45 agonising days of deliberating, Camelot told the devastated couple that they weren’t going to receive the cash.
“Having that money taken away was torture,” Martyn told the Mail on Sunday.
“For a long time I lost sight of who I was and what I believed in. But I can honestly say I’m glad I didn’t get the £3million now.
“There is no guarantee it would have brought me happiness.”
STRIKING it rich with a scratchcard might seem like a fantasy – with most punters pocketing a couple of quid, if anything.
But some actually put you in pretty good stead of bagging the top prize.
Read more here.
Have you ever wondered the secrets to winning big in the lottery? Is it pure luck or is there a system to it…?
If no UK players come forward within 180 days then the prize money, plus all the interest it has generated while it is held in trust, goes to National Lottery-funded projects across the UK.
The National Lottery have said: “Our players change the lives of individuals as well as communities by raising, on average, over £33 million for National Lottery-funded projects every week.”
If you don’t try your luck, you’ll never know. But ALWAYS remember to play responsibly, and when the fun stops, stop.
Your chances to win may be remote but if you do win, you could win BIG.
Here are some of the record prizes one by UK winners in the past:
Gaming is fun but for a few, but it may become a problem.
If you’re worried about yourself, or someone you know, speak in confidence to the people at GamCare, available 24/7, on 0808 8020 133 or visit the GamCare website for assistance.
Around £30 million is raised every week by National Lottery players for good causes – so even if you don’t win some of the country’s most vulnerable do.
Here are some of the organisations they work with:
To celebrate the 636,000 projects The National Lottery have supported over the past 27 years, four word-based installations – Build, Dreams, Create, Change – are being unveiled across London, Cardiff, Edinburgh and Antrim.
Famous faces Alexandra Burke, Sir Chris Hoy, Nadine Coyle and Liam Reardon will be revealing the artworks which have each been created using 636 National Lottery balls by arts collective Greyworld and inspired by funded projects.
According to the stars, it seems that some of us are much more likely to get it than others.
Leo – Oh, Leo we knew you’d be one of the lucky ones. You always look good, have a string of admirers and just tend to always be prowling on the bright side of the street.
Virgo – It’s no coincidence that planner extraordinaire is one of the luckiest signs of the zodiac. Their MI5-level attention to detail and incredible work ethic may make it seem as if things just fall in their lap.
Scorpio – They’ll often find themselves in the right place at the right time as if by magic, much to the annoyance of some less fortunate souls.
The life-changing jackpot is hard to scoop. With between 80 to 100 million people purchasing a ticket for a EuroMillions draw each week, it proves stiff competition.
In order to win the cash prize, players need to match all five main numbers and both lucky star numbers.
But punters only have a 1 in 139,838, 160 chance of bagging the top prize.
Matching five numbers and one star has odds of 1 in 6,991,908.
There is a 1 in 22 chance of matching two numbers in the draw.
The approximate overall odds of winning a prize in EuroMillions are 1 in 13.
According to the EuroMillions website, the chances of winning the UK Millionaire Maker game can be estimated as 1 in 1,900,000.
But winning in this game depends entirely on the number of the payslips sold, so the odds therefore fluctuate.
There is a draw happening six nights a week, apart from Sundays.
Here is a timetable for all UK lottery games including Lotto, EuroMillions and Set For Life and what day they happen on.
Tonight is the turn of the main Lotto and the Thunderball.
According to Oddschecker, the best scratchcard to snap up is £500 Loaded with odds of just 1 in 3.15.
For just a fiver you could be in the running for £500.
In second place, with the same odds, is Full of £500s which also has a top prize of £500.
Cashword Multiplier follows close behind, which sees punters scratch off letters to reveal symbols to create full words.
The UK’s biggest unclaimed win was from June 2012, when a Euromillions prize worth £63.8 million.
The prize money was never picked up by its unfortunate owner.
The ticket was bought in the Stevenage or Hitchin areas of Hertfordshire but, after the allowed time period to claim expired, the money was instead distributed among charitable causes.
These are the numbers are the ones drawn the LEAST:
1st – 50, drawn just 22 times
2nd – 53, drawn just 23 times
3rd – 26, drawn just 24 times
=3rd – 48, drawn just 24 times
=3rd – 51, drawn just 24 times
4th – 57, drawn just 25 times
Astrologers have suggested that there are specific numbers that could be worth playing if you want to win the lottery.
They are 1, 4, 2, and 7.
Also, those numbers that add up to these like 10, 11, and 22 can be your lucky numbers in 2021.
A RAPIST who scammed millions on the Lotto ten years ago still owns a posh four-bedroom house he allegedly bought with the tainted dosh.
The home in commuter haven Kings Langley, Herts, just minutes from the M25 has fallen into serious disrepair.
Docs show it is still owned by convicted rapist and fraudster Edward Putnam who is currently serving nine years for his despicable part in the biggest scam to ever hit the National Lottery.
He was jailed for seven years in 1993 for raping a terrified pregnant 17-year-old girl.
Putnam, now 56, “scooped” £2.5 million on the National Lottery in 2009 after conspiring with a Camelot employee to craft a fake ticket.
Around £30 million is raised every week by National Lottery players for good causes – so even if you don’t win some of the country’s most vulnerable do.
Here are some of the organisations they work with:
For many, winning the jackpot means mass celebrations and ultra-expensive cars – but not for Susan Hardman.
When the mum-of-one’s numbers came up in January 2010 she worked as a hairdresser in Eardisley, Hereford, and was “struggling financially”.
Instead of splashing out when the £1.2million win landed in her bank account, she traded in her scissors for overalls and became a pig farmer.
Susan claimed to be happier than ever knee-deep in mud and said bringing a piglet into the world brought her “more satisfaction” than winning the lottery.
A survey has revealed that wellness centres, libraries and bee houses are also one of the highest priorities for improving local areas. 
The National Lottery discovered that almost half of Brits think that improvements are not made to their neighbourhoods regularly enough. 
On average it takes 17 months to get any change implemented, with 41 per cent of people noticing the improvements – including more green spaces. 
The study of 2,000 people revealed that 16 per cent want more social schemes and venues and 18 per cent want a “friendlier” neighbourhood.
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