LOTTO. This Wednesday, July 13, 2022, the Française des jeux offered you the chance to win the sum of 4 million euros for this new Loto draw. The jackpot has been won, so take a look at the results available in this article to find out if you are the lucky one of the day!
[Mis à jour le 13 juillet 2022 à 20h45] The €4 million Loto jackpot has been won! The plump sum offered by the Française des jeux this Wednesday 2022 has therefore found a taker. To win you had to find the five correct numbers among 49 possible ones. You also had to give the lucky number. So, to find out if you are the lucky winner of the day, take a look at the Loto results below. In addition, ten people won the sum of 20,000 euros thanks to ten codes drawn at random. If you remain without winnings, you can still try to play again this Saturday, July 16, 2022. 2 million euros will be put into play.
To win the 4 million euros in this lottery draw, you had to believe in your lucky star. Indeed, you have 1,906,884 possible ways to tick the boxes of your Lotto grid. And that’s not counting the lucky number – you have to choose from ten numbers. So you have a one in 19,068,840 chance of hitting the jackpot. You can still win smaller sums by finding, for example, the five correct numbers on the grid. At that point, you are a rank 2 winner and you have a 1 in 2,118,760 chance of making it. The fewer correct numbers you find, the lower your payout. Keep in mind that 17% of combinations are winning.
This Wednesday, July 13, 2022, you could win 4 million euros. But, by the way, what is the biggest jackpot ever won at the Lotto? A player won, Saturday, December 4, a record gain of 30 million euros. This is the largest sum ever won since the launch of the game in 1976, according to the Française des jeux (FDJ). After 28 consecutive draws without a winner, the jackpot was won by a resident of Ille-et-Vilaine. The last record dates from September 11, 2021 with 26 million euros won. “In the whole history of Loto, this is the seventh time that the jackpot has exceeded the symbolic bar of 20 million euros,” said the FDJ.