Euromillions System 11/5

How To Play Euromillions:

Lottery players select numbers from two different ball sets:

- 5 main numbers are chosen from a pool of 50 possible numbers (1 – 50)
- 2 “star” numbers are chosen from a pool of 11 possible numbers (1 – 11)

A EuroMillions line thus contains a total of 7 numbers.

To win the jackpot a player must match all 7 numbers to the 7 numbers drawn. Organizers use two machines to provide the winning numbers for each draw. “Stresa” which is used to provide the 5 main numbers and “Paquerette” which is used to provide the 2 lucky star numbers.

Any person 18 or over may take part in the EuroMillions draw on The game is currently available to players in Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, along with syndicated entrants playing via portals such as this one.

When to play Euromillions:

Originally there was only one draw per week held on a Friday night. In 2011 another draw was added to the format. EuroMillions draws are now held every Friday and Tuesday night at in Paris and can be watched on BBC One at 11:35pm.

EuroMillions Prize structure (standard draw with no rollover):

Euromillions System 11/5

4 number at 5 guessed.
The combination of 11 numbers and 26 tickets
The second order (number 4) is guaranteed if all 5 winning numbers are between 11 Edge numbers in the schedule.