The latest morning results of Russia’s Gosloto draw on Monday, 14 January 2019 failed to produce a jackpot winner.
The winning numbers for the Russia Gosloto draw on Monday, 14 January 2019 at 10:00 were:
06, 40, 32, 36, 22, 43
The Russia Gosloto draw on 14 January 2019 at 10:00 failed to produce a winner in division one (six correct numbers).
There were, however, three winners in division two (five correct numbers), who each bagged an amount of руб 50,904 (R10,561.35).
Division three (four correct numbers) produced some winners; a total of 32 people, and they each received prize money of руб 2386 (R495.04) for their efforts.
Division four (three correct numbers) saw 557 winners clinch the руб 308 or R63.90 amount on offer.
At the bottom end of the winnings table, some 3447 winners were recorded for division five (two correct numbers + bonus ball), and they won руб 100 (R20.75) each.
Next Gosloto Draw
The next Russia Gosloto jackpot stands at руб 130.45 million (R27.06 million), and the next draw will be held on Monday, 14 January 2019 at 22:00 South African time (which is 23:00 Moscow time).
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