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THE LOTTO draw has taken place with a staggering top prize on offer to one lucky ticket holder.
No-one scooped the jackpot in Saturday's National Lottery draw, making tonight's top prize an estimated £5.3 million.
The draw happens at 8pm, with the Thunderball draw also taking place shortly after at 8.15pm.
Always remember to gamble responsibly. And when the fun stops, stop.
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There's a £5.3m jackpot ready to be won tonight.
We nwill reveal the numbers as soon as they are released.
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The National Lottery draw takes place in 30 minutes time.
Tonight's jackpot is a HUGE £5.3m.
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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.
In an interview with ABC News, Richard Lustig explained that his method was to re-invest all of his winnings back into the lottery, and also recommended using hand-picked sequential numbers, as well as using the same numbers repeatedly.
Lustig’s total wins amount to a value of $1,052,205.58, which is about £766,736.95.
TO win a lottery jackpot is most people’s dream – but for those under the age of 25 who’ve scooped millions before they know how to handle money, it can often become a nightmare.
As their lives dramatically change overnight, many have said that with great wealth comes a whole host of unimaginable problems too.
As well as undergoing a radical physical transformation, Callie Rogers has been on a personal roller coaster since winning £1.8m aged 16 in 2003.
She splashed the cash on parties, plastic surgery and drugs, and in 2018, she said she thought she was going to die following an assault by two women on a night out.
Jane Park, from Edinburgh, won £1m in 2013 at the age of 17, after buying her first ever lottery ticket.
The teenager quit her £8-an-hour admin job and splashed out on cars, holidays, clothes and plastic surgery.
Dogs are often described as “man’s best friend” but it seems lucky rescue Lucy may appreciate that more than most. 
She was found “starving and terrified” by Faye and Richard Davies after being “abandoned on the mountainside” in Brecon Beacons, Wales, back in 2018.
Just weeks late the couple won £1million on the EuroMillions and they decided to spend some of it treating the poor pooch.
After recognising Lucy was too scared to go out for walks, they paid £20,000 for a private field for her to play in.
Faye told the Mirror: “She was terrified of people, of other dogs and water, so dog walks were a nightmare.
“Then, weeks after our win, a half-acre field came up for sale just down the road [and] we bought it for Lucy.”
One unlucky teenager lost out on a £178m Euromillions jackpot – because each of her numbers was just one digit away from the winning seven balls.
Tayla Octave, 19, could not believe it when she checked her lucky dip row against February’s mega draw and saw she had been so close to scooping the top prize – which you only have a one in 139,838,160 chance of winning.
Marketing apprentice Tayla’s row was 5, 13, 24, 45, 49, with Lucky Stars 6 and 11 and the winning numbers were 4, 12, 25, 46, 48, 7 and 12.
She told The Sun: “I’m just gutted. It’s a long shot to win the lottery anyway but to be so close is heart-breaking.
“At first I just saw I hadn’t won anything but then I went through and compared them side by side and that’s when I realised that every single number I had was just one away from the winning ones.”
Have you ever wondered the secrets to winning big in the lottery? Here are some of the top tips to maximise your chance of winning:
The Lotto draw will take place tonight, on December 1.
It takes place tonight at 8pm, meaning the results will follow shortly after.
In order to play, you must pick six numbers from 1–59 or go with a Lucky Dip for randomly selected numbers.
Players can chose to play on Wednesday or Saturday, or both days if they’re feeling lucky.
You can buy Lotto 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.
Britain’s unluckiest woman lost out on the £178m Euromillions jackpot – because each of her numbers was just one digit away from the winning seven balls.
Tayla Octave, 19, could not believe it when she checked her lucky dip row against February’s mega draw and saw she had been so close to scooping the top prize – which you only have a one in 139,838,160 chance of winning.
Marketing apprentice Tayla’s row was 5, 13, 24, 45, 49, with Lucky Stars 6 and 11 and the winning numbers were 4, 12, 25, 46, 48, 7 and 12.
She told The Sun: “I’m just gutted. It’s a long shot to win the lottery anyway but to be so close is heart-breaking.
“At first I just saw I hadn’t won anything but then I went through and compared them side by side and that’s when I realised that every single number I had was just one away from the winning ones.”
Firstly, select the right game. The lottery could mean one of several games – each with different odds and jackpots.
Playing a game with smaller odds gives you a better chance of winning.
Secondly, buy more tickets. This sounds obvious, but there are several ways to do this.
Aside from simply splashing out more yourself, one way of increasing your odds of winning is to join a syndicate or pool.
This could be made up of friends, family, colleagues or even strangers – it doesn’t matter.
A syndicate or pool is a group of people who purchase a set number of tickets and agree to share any prizes out equally, whoever wins.
John Roberts, from Edinburgh, won a massive £3.1million back in 1998.
But just three years later the security guard was penniless after blowing his money on cars, houses and luxury holidays.
One of his first big buys was a massive Tudor mansion in Blackpool, which he moved his wife, Linda, and five children into.
The five-bedroom detached home was worth around £160,000 when he bought it – and was a far cry from their council flat in Pilton, Edinburgh.
The seaside house was called Balmoral, after the couple’s favourite Scottish beauty spot.
In 2001, John moved out of the home and moved in with his cousin. At that time, it was worth £250,000
John is now rumoured to be living on handouts from friends and family after his marriage fell apart, and was said to be living in a caravan at one time.
Well according to the stars, it seems that some of us are much more likely to get it than others.
Before we get to the big reveal of which sign is most likely to pick the right balls and become a millionaire, let’s take a look at some of the other lucky stars in the zodiac.
Half of those polled think the improvements would result in a happier atmosphere, and think that cafes and parks help the community. 
Ros Kerslake, chief executive of The National Lottery Heritage Fund and chair of the National Lottery Forum, said: “The 27 years we have been funding has been transforming communities, turning dreams into reality and making life better for millions of people.
“As we emerge from what has been a desperately challenging time, we want to inject hope and encourage communities to imagine what they could achieve with a helping hand.
“With £30million raised for good causes each week, we have grants available from £3,000 to £5million. 
“By coming together as communities, and as a nation, we can build, dream and create to change our future for the better and for generations to come.”
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.
A NATIONAL Lottery winning dinner lady still lives in her council house, shops in Primark and drives a Kia despite bagging £1.8million.
Trish Emson, 51, explained money or her millionaire status did not change her or her partner Graham Norton, also 51, who still works as a decorator.
The down-to-earth pair have even managed to keep their teenage son Benjamin, 17, in check – and don’t even give him pocket money.
The modest mum, from Rotherham, South Yorkshire, said: “Being rich doesn’t make you posh or a better person.
“I don’t like showing off and bragging about money and I can’t be posh anyway.
“To look at me you wouldn’t think I was a millionaire, but if I have to dress up I feel fake, I prefer my jeans,” she told The Mirror.
Read the article in full here.
A syndicate of 53 NHS workers won £118,044 on EuroMillions earlier this month.
They matched five numbers and one lucky star in the October 8 draw.
The syndicate members are mostly pharmacy staff at Morriston Hospital in Swansea and aged between 20 and 63.
They have been working flat out during the pandemic.
Pharmacy technician Kim Owen, 61, said: “It’s been a scary time for all of us so the win is extra special.”
Members of the syndicate, which is called the Pharmily Crew, will each receive £2,227. Most say they will spend their share on sunshine holidays.
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.
You must pick six numbers from 1–59 or go with a Lucky Dip for randomly selected numbers.
Players can chose to play on Wednesday or Saturday, or both days if they’re feeling lucky.
You can buy Lotto 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.
In a Lotto Must Be Won draw where no one wins the jackpot by matching six main numbers, there’s a Rolldown.
The Lotto draw takes place tonight at 8pm, meaning the results will follow shortly after.
The winning numbers will be posted on our blog.
Until then, there’s plenty of time left to play until the draw… so what are you waiting for?!
Always remember to play responsibly though.
The Lotto draws take place every Wednesday and Saturday.
The next Lotto draw will take place tonight, on December 1.
Punters will be able to see the results of the draw on our blog.
Last night, the EuroMillions and Thunderball draw were on.
The winning EuroMillions numbers were: 19, 20, 26, 33, 43; and the lucky stars were: 1, 4
For the Thunderball, the numbers were: 2, 5, 28, 34, 36 and 1
Good luck to all who played!
A £115million jackpot is probably enough to not just change your life, but the lives of everyone you’ve ever cared about too.
Which is probably why Frances and Patrick Connolly decided to give over half of their winnings to 175 people.
“We won £114,969,775.70 and we have given away more than half,” Frances said last year.
“That’s £60million-worth of love. And the thing that makes me even happier is that every single person we gave money to has passed some of it on to other people. I can’t think of a day since winning the Lottery that I haven’t smiled.”
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