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EuroMillions Friday jackpot reaches £136 million - Winner would be become Britain's 752nd richest person

Neil Roarty 7 Oct 2016

This weekend's EuroMillions jackpot has risen to a massive £136 million and if there is a British winner then they will become the 752nd richest person in the country and the third biggest lottery winner of all time.

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The EuroMillions jackpot has risen to a massive £136 million and if it is won on Friday by a Brit then they will automatically become the country's 752nd richest person.

It is the seventh biggest EuroMillions jackpot since the lottery's inception in 2004 with the largest single win being a €190,000,000 prize scooped by a Portuguese winner in 2015. The largest jackpot claimed by a Brit was the £161,653,000 won by Colin and Chris Weir from Largs, North Ayrshire in 2011. 

Andy Carter, the National Lottery’s senior winners’ adviser, said: 

“National Lottery players across the country should get their tickets early in order to be in with a chance of winning this life-changing jackpot. It is looking like it will be another record-breaking year for EuroMillions, and I can’t wait to meet another giant UK winner. Needless to say the champagne is on ice and giant cheque at the ready to celebrate an extraordinary win.”

If the jackpot is not won on Friday then the prize will rollover until Tuesday's draw. This could see a record-breaking pot as the prize would snowball and the extra sales generated could easily surpass the largest ever jackpot.

The chances of winning the EuroMillions jackpot is 1 in 140 million. This is an increase from the previous odds of 1 in 117 million due to a change in the format of the game. Players must match five numbers and two lucky stars but the addition of an extra star (there is now 12 rather than 11 to choose from) changed the difficulty of landing the top prize. The odds of winning any single prize in a EuroMillions draw is 1 in 13.


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