|Posted: October 11, 2015, 9:11 am - IP Logged|
Over the past few weeks there has been several UK press reports
indicating that many players would boycott the new UK 6/59 draw.
The following Camelot ticket-sales figures for the past four draws go
some way in confirming those press reports..
(6/59) Sat 10 Oct 2015 25m,782,710 -9.6% on 3rd Oct sales figure.
(6/49) Sat 3 Oct 2015 28m,512,718
(6/49) Sat 26 Sep 2015 29m,490,618
(6/49) Sat 19 Sep 2015 28m,261,144
It has been a long time since the *Saturday* ticket-sales figures have
been as low as 25m,782,710 which will no doubt be a bit worrying for
Fairly predictable that last nite's first 6/59 draw (Sat Oct 10) had no Jackpot
Fairly predictable again that Wednesday's Rollover JP will *not* be won and
that draw will roll over to next Saturday's draw (17 Oct).
When the JP reaches say �50m and if not won on matching six nos, the
draw will roll down to 5+b and if that doesn't produce a winner, it
will roll down to matching 5 nos. If that happens, there will
undoubtedly be several winners sharing in that �50m JP.
At odds of 45-million-to-one against the player, it is difficult to see
one single �50m JP winner, which will defeat Camelot's plans to widely
publicise and shout about having *one* player hitting on a �50m Jackpot!
I suggest it won't happen - Camelot!