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Lotto on Wednesday: The lottery numbers for the drawing on November 24th, 2021

Lotto on Wednesday (November 24th, 2021): Today there are new lottery numbers. In the current drawing, 10 million euros are in the jackpot. Numbers and odds here.

Lüdenscheid – The lottery on Wednesday * is about a lot of money today. In the drawing on November 24th, 2021 there are 10 million euros in the jackpot. You will find out whether you have entered the correct lottery numbers immediately after the live drawing at 6:25 p.m. * knows the numbers and odds for the lottery on Wednesday (24.11.2021).

Lotto on Wednesday: Lotto numbers for the drawing on November 24th, 2021

Lottery numbers (6 out of 49) * follow
Super number *
Game 77 *
Super 6 *
*All statements without guarantee

You need a bit of luck to hit the jackpot at the lottery * on Wednesday. The mathematical chance of getting six correct numbers plus an additional number is 1:14 million. According to *, a lottery player who won more than 4 million euros with “only” six correct numbers showed that it can be done without a super number *. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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