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Sport Euromillions: a French player wins more than 162 million euros

12:15  27 november  2021
12:15  27 november  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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if you have checked numbers 1, 20, 41, 42, 50 and stars 3 and 7, you have 60 days to manifest to the French Games

Une personne remplissant une grille Euromillions. © M.Libert / 20 minutes A person filling a Euromillion grid. Jackpot - If you checked numbers 1, 20, 41, 42, 50 and stars 3 and 7, you have 60 days to manifest you with the French Games

the sum is astronomical. One French player won Friday the Jackpot Euromillions of an amount exceeding 162 million euros and became the fifth largest winner in France, announced the French .

Thanks to the combination 1, 20, 41, 42, 50 stars 3 and 7, this player will pocket exactly 162.289.050 euros. The winner has 60 days to manifest.

Record record on October 15,

The details of the locality in which the winning grid was validated will be disclosed once the payment of the gain performed.

The previous winning draw of the Euromillions dates back to October 15, when 220 million had been won in Tahiti by a young Polynesian who played for the first time. It was the biggest jackpot in the history of the European lottery since its creation in 2004.

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