LOTTO RESULTS - The pot for the Loto draw for this Wednesday, July 26, 2023 was valued at 8 million euros after several pots not won in the last draws. The results are now available on this page.
[Updated July 26, 2023 at 9:19 p.m.] In the middle of summer vacation, did you take the opportunity offered by the Française des jeux (FDJ) on the occasion of the last weekly Loto draw? This Wednesday, July 26, 2023, you could indeed hope to win the sum of 8 million euros. But, by the way, what is the biggest Lotto ever won? A player won, on Saturday, December 4, a record gain of 30 million euros. This is the largest sum ever won since the launch of the game in 1976, according to the Française des jeux (FDJ). The results are now available on this page, below.
The Loto draw for Wednesday July 26, 2023:
But if you wanted to hope to win such a sum, you had to play first. And the Lotto rules are quite simple. To do this, you had to go to your tobacconist, from whom you bought a grid on which you choose six numbers: the first five on a grid of numbers between 1 and 49, and the last, the lucky number to be selected between 1 and on the 10th… And if you ticked the six correct numbers, the 8 million euros were yours, provided no one else ticked the same numbers as you. For the most homebound, it was also possible to play on the Internet on the sole condition of being of legal age, with proof of identity.
Don't have the right combination? Your winning code may have been drawn! If not either, see you at the next Lotto draw! Quick flash, MultiChances, multiple grids, Joker… La Française des jeux offers you several options to maximize your chances of becoming the lucky winner of the Loto, or at least allowing you to win a nice sum. You also have the option of replaying the numbers in your grid, excluding the lucky number, at each Loto draw thanks to the second draw option. A simple extra checkbox on your Lotto grid that will only cost you 80 cents more to shell out, but could be a huge game-changer! So what are you waiting for to play?