National Lottery winning formula

June 25, 2010 by  
Filed under Lottery Winners

A couple from East Lothian in Scotland used a National Lottery winning formula to not only scoop a £2 million share of the jackpot but also win six further prizes at the same time. Brian and Ann Sharp devised the lottery winning formula while betting on greyhounds but the formula was adapted to make the lucky couple extra cash when playing the lottery.

The National Lottery winning formula uses a combination of the same seven numbers to place seven lines of National Lottery numbers. This results in seven wins if the lottery numbers come good for you. Brian and Ann won £2,033,705 for matching all six main lottery numbers on one ticket plus an additional six prizes of £2,164. The lucky lotto winning couple were one of four ticket holders to match all six main lottery numbers during last Saturday night’s National Lottery draw but they were the only ticket holders to win seven times.

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Lottery winners Brian and Ann plan to quit their jobs and take it easy enjoying their new found wealth. Brian, an electrician for the Royal Bank of Scotland, was working when Ann called him to share the news of their fantastic fortune. Recalling the moment that she and her husband became multi-millionaires Ann said “I kept pinching myself because I thought I was dreaming.” The couple, who are also lifelong Hearts supporters, now plan to use their lottery cash to buy season tickets to the Tynecastle along with a spending spree involving buying new cars for themselves.

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