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A 23-year-old student has been left heartbroken after losing £14m because he bought a ticket with the correct numbers but entered it into the wrong draw.
Rossi Carmina was devastated when he realized that he used his winning card for the EuroMillions on January 7th instead of January 4th.
His scorecard shows that he matched all the numbers from the previous lottery: 18, 28, 35, 36, 41, 6, 11, but did not win anything due to his mistake.
The jackpot for the day he intended to enter was £14,189,900. Carmina said the crushing blow made him feel like “the most unlucky boy in Britain”.
Mr. Carmina was disappointed
The freelance artist from Bromley, southeast London, recounted how he bought a ticket when his friend noticed he “looked like a lucky person”.
He recounted how he randomly selected the numbers and saved them to the app on January 3.
He had bought tickets for the Lotto and Set for Life draws, but he risked his arm on the EuroMillions when he had money left over in his account.
Mr. Carmina was disappointed when the National Lottery app revealed that he had not won a penny later that week.
But he was disheartened when he realized his mistake and said that he felt like “the most unlucky person in Britain”.
He said: ‘It’s lucky to have the opportunity to match the numbers, but not buying the ticket is the opposite.
“You feel like the unluckiest person in Britain at the time. He came home in the next two days.
“I was thinking of all the things I could have done. I could buy my mother a new house and buy myself a Ferrari. It’s hard not to think. They would have fixed me for life.
He said that he was originally confused because his numbers matched those from previous draws and called the National Lottery for help.
He continued: ‘If I had bought it on 5 instead of 7, I would have matched it perfectly.
‘If I had bought the right ticket I would have won £14m just days after my friend said I was lucky.
I’ve tried to forget it because I think it’s the best way to do it. I don’t want to live my life thinking about what could have been.
Santo de el’s brother posted a screenshot of his ticket on social media that saw others share his disappointment.
He wrote: ‘My brother has L for the year here. He literally just needed to buy a ticket to win £14m.’
Carmina admitted that the news had made it hard for her to focus on college deadlines this month.
But he said: ‘There have been so many comments saying ‘I couldn’t live with myself’, but I’m fine. It has happened, what can I do? It could have been fate.
Rossi Carmina Quick and Facts
- Rossi Carmina used his card for January 7 EuroMillions rather than January 4 one
- His scorecard shows that he had matched every number – 18, 28, 35, 36, 41, 6, 11
- The jackpot for the day that he was meant to enter was a staggering £14,189,900
- Mr Carmina said the huge blow made him feel like ‘the unluckiest lad in Britain’