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Third rollover brings EuroMillions jackpot up to £33 million!

Friday saw yet another rollover in EuroMillions, bringing the jackpot for tonight's draw up to a colossal £33 million.

But even though no jackpot was won, last week's draw was not without winners. EuroMillions' special Easter draw resulted in no less than 10 UK players winning £1 million each - an Easter egg too big to be called a consolation prize.

Winners were not restricted to the UK alone however. Around the continent, 11 players hit five of the main numbers and one of the two star numbers. The Europeans matched main numbers 8, 12, 19, 30 and 33 and one star number out of 4 and 11. The second tier win got each player £104,153.

Back in Britain, Matt Myles was one of the lucky few who came up trumps in the Friday draw. But the 27-year-old engineer from Hereford is lucky to have collected his win at all. Myles was about to bin his ticket after thinking he had lost. This was before he realised he had won £1 million in the special draw.

Now the young winner is planning to make the most of his million and is set to go on a tour of the globe: ?I have quit my job and plan to spend the rest of the year travelling the world. I will be visiting a new country each month. So far the plan is to start in Indonesia, then Thailand, next Brazil for the World Cup in June, before hiring a villa in Ibiza over July,? he told the press.

The next EuroMillions draw is held on Tuesday night at 20.45 CET. You can check the results from last week's draw on our page. Don't forget when you buy your lotto tickets online you don't ever have to worry about claiming your prize or losing your ticket like Matt, and you will be automatically notified if you win!

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