EuroMillions second chance means you can STILL win £151million jackpot
All eyes were on the EuroMillions rollover jackpot earlier this week, with the draw on Tuesday night giving players from across Birmingham the chance to become the 26th richest person in the West Midlands.
Unfortunately, the eye-watering price - which reached £151 million as part of the triple rollover - was won by a lucky player in Belgium.
The prize would have seen the winner be placed above Birmingham rock icon Ozzy Osbourne, as well as former West Bromwich Albion chairman and owner Jeremy Peace, in the annual West Midlands Rich List.
The matching numbers - five, 12, 20, 24 and 37, along... read more
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