Lotto Max Jackpot Remains ElusiveWednesday May 9th 2012
On Friday night Lotto Max players were hoping to scoop the CAD $50 million jackpot, however the Lotto Max results from this draw show that this wasn’t the case as no players managed to match the numbers draw to win the top prize on offer. This means that the Lotto Max jackpot has remained elusive which means it cannot go passed the CAD $50 million mark therefore the additional game that is Maxmillions is still in play – but the question is will any ticket holders finally match the seven numbers drawn on Friday to win the jackpot?
As players can still participate in the Maxmillions draw it is estimated that on Friday night there will be ten Maxmillions draws, which means that ticket holders have not only the chance to win the Lotto Max jackpot that is worth CAD $50 million but also one of the ten CAD $1 million Maxmillions prizes.
The last time the Lotto Max jackpot was won was on the 6th April when a ticket purchased in Abbotsford matched the seven numbers drawn in the Lotto Max results to win the CAD $30 million jackpot. Therefore it will be interesting to see if any players can finally match the numbers drawn on Friday to not only win the Lotto Max top prize but become the first jackpot winners in this lottery for this month.
The Maxmillions game only comes into play when the Lotto Max jackpot hits it limit of CAD $50 million, which doesn’t happen all the time, therefore have your tickets ready for Friday’s draw if you fancy winning one of the ten Maxmillions prizes available.
Written by Brett Levenson