PUNTERS could win an incredible £191million EuroMillions jackpot today after the huge cash prize rolled over.
One lucky winner has another shot at striking gold tonight with nobody yet to scoop the whopping amount.
Punters could win a huge £191 million EuroMillions jackpot today
The prize pot has reached the maximum amount permitted by the National Lottery.
There could now be multiple winners after it remained unclaimed on Friday.
According to the rules, the money must be given away if the jackpot stays at the £195million cap for a five consecutive draws.
If no-one wins after that point, the jackpot is shared between those who have won on the next prize tier.
And if nobody wins in the second tier, a Must Be Won draw will be held on July 22.
Playing EuroMillions this Tuesday means that you will gain automatic entry into the UK Millionaire Maker.
Andy Carter, Professional Winnings Advisor at The National Lottery, hoped to celebrate a “record-breaking” winner on Tuesday.
The lotto expert said: “Here’s hoping that we’ll be celebrating a record-breaking UK winner alongside record-breaking summer temperatures.”
“Think of all the good that a win of this size could do.
“Players should get their tickets early to be in with a chance of winning in this amazing draw.”
EuroMillions launched in February 2004 in Paris.
Winners of the current prize could dwarf the reported fortunes of stars including Tyson Fury, who has around £150million in the bank.
And the lucky punter could even eclipse Grammy-winner Adele‘s riches of £190million.
At the moment the UK’s biggest winners are Joe and Jess Thwaite.
The couple won £184million in May, and despite the vast wealth they’d received, opted to buy a second-hand Volvo.
The country’s second biggest winner struck gold with a mammoth £170million back in October 2019 but chose to stay anonymous after the windfall.
Other previous big winners include Colin and Chris Weir of Ayrshire, who won £161million in 2011.
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