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World’s leading lotteries roll over as Powerball prize rises to $164.000.000

Lotto players around the world spent the last few days hoping their numbers will match and bring them fortune, but with no luck. All major lotteries rolled over at the beginning of the week, meaning even bigger jackpots will be available in days to come. Most notably, Powerball drawing yesterday went with no winner so the jackpot jumped up to $164.000.000. Could you be the person to stop rollover train in its track? Play now to find out!

The winning combination of 7, 10, 16, 46 and 56 with the Power Ball 1 haven’t been chosen by anyone last night. One player from Maryland netted a significant amount of cash, $1.000.000 in fact, after matching the five main numbers drawn. Over 600.000 players who participated in last night’s drawing collected prizes of smaller cash value, totaling to almost $5.500.000 in non-jackpot prizes.

Euromillions drawing on Tuesday also failed to see a winner, since no one was fortunate enough to match the winning numbers 12, 17, 29, 38 and 48 with Lucky Stars 9 and 11. Seven players who missed the jackpot by one Lucky Star had a pretty good reason for celebration – a €150.000 second prize. Additional six ticket holders (two from Belgium, two from Spain, one from Portugal and one from France) scooped around €60.000 each, which comes just at the perfect time, since holidays are around the corner. The jackpot boosted up to reach €62.000.000 – the windfall which you could scoop this Friday night.

Another major prize slipped through everyone’s fingers on December 8th – Mega Millions jackpot which has since risen to $66.000.000. The winning line consisting of the numbers 7, 17, 37, 49, 73 and Mega Ball 15 wasn’t matched by anyone, but one player from Michigan missed it by a digit, winning $1.000.000 in the process.

Don’t feel like waiting till Friday night to win some extra cash? Not a problem. Try your luck with Fruit Bonanza and grab €76.000 right now!