UK National Lottery #4 (Single Rollover Draw)
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Winning numbers drawn at 8.03pm GMT on Saturday 10th December 1994:
The table below is courtesy of ITV's teletext page 123.
The jackpot prize pool for this, the 1st single rollover draw, included £6,906,572 (38.6%) rolled over from the previous lottery,
in addition to the original jackpot prize pool of £10,973,431 (61.4%).
Category Prize Winners Total Percentages
Jackpot £17,880,003 1 £17,880,003 51.7%
5+bonus £337,644 10 £3,376,440 9.8%
5 match £4,461 473 £2,110,053 6.1%
4 match £164 28,244 £4,632,016 13.4%
3 match £10 657,025 £6,570,250 19.0%
Totals 685,753 £34,568,762 100.0%
Category Change Figure Percentages
Ticket sales 27.4% rise £61,495,564
Good causes 27.4% rise £15,898,767.94 25.9% of ticket sales
The next table displays the draw order, revised frequencies and the last prior appearance of each of the 7 balls.
Updated Frequencies Since Last Appeared
Drawn Order Main Bonus Total Main Bonus Either
1st 26 1 0 1 Never Never Never
2nd 47 1 0 1 Never Never Never
3rd 49 1 0 1 Never Never Never
4th 43 1 0 1 Never Never Never
5th 35 1 0 1 Never Never Never
6th 38 1 0 1 Never Never Never
Bonus 28 0 1 1 Never Never Never
Total 266 6 1 7 28 28 28
Avg. 38.0 0.9 0.1 1.0 4.0 4.0 4.0
- The draw used ball set B in the Guinevere machine and the average main Lotto prize was £50.41.
One in every 89.7 main Lotto tickets won a prize (=1.12% of players).
- If all 13,983,816 ticket combinations were additionally purchased for the main Lotto game, they would have made a loss of £124,227.
- The prior history of the main Lotto jackpot ticket included no wins.
- The total prize pool was the biggest to date because of the rollover from
Lottery #3. This also meant that the average prize
was (and remains) the largest to date.
- The single winner of the jackpot this week has won £5m more
than the the sum of all the jackpots from Lotteries
#2 ! That person
also took over half the prize money this week - the first time that's happened.
- Very unusually, the main six numbers and the bonus number were all
above the half way mark (i.e. 25 or higher). In fact, it reversed the trend of
previous weeks by having only one number less than or equal to 31. This
explains why there were less winners overall than any of the previous weeks:
lots of people pick all birthdates, so their numbers are all 31 or less.
- For the first time (since the first week of course), all six numbers and
the bonus number had not appeared in any of the previous sets of winning
or bonus numbers.
- It was also the first time that
all 5 columns of the playslip board
contained a main number.
- The lowest main number was drawn out first, which hadn't happened before.
- No matches at all for me this week on my original set of numbers, but
another near miss with the second set I'd bought for the rollover - 2 numbers
matched and a third was 3 out. Will I ever win ?
- £676,977 of unclaimed prizes (1.96% of the total prize pool) from this week expired at 11.00pm BST on Thursday 8th June 1995 and have been added to the National Lottery Distribution Fund.
Next Lottery: #5 (Saturday 17th December 1994) [2 jackpot winners]
Previous Lottery: #3 (Saturday 3rd December 1994) [No jackpot winners]