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Panne beim “heute journal”: Gundula Gause bekommt falsche Lotto-Zahlen eingeblendet

Verwirrung bei der Ziehung der Lottozahlen am Samstag: Während Gundula Gause die aktuellen Zahlen verlas, blendete das ZDF völlig andere neben der Moderatorin ein. Doch welche waren nun die Richtigen? Das wusste auch die 50-Jährige irgendwann nicht mehr wirklich einzuordnen. “Die Gewinnzahlen vom Lotto lauten diesmal: 4, 7 …”, begann Gundula Gause. Dann merkte sie die Abweichung zu den eingeblendeten Zahlen. “Nein, also die, die da stehen … das ist ja ein Ding.”

Obwohl in der Einblendung stand “Ziehung vom 1. August 2015”, lautete der Titel “Lotto am Mittwoch”. Offenbar nicht nur für Gundula Gause verwirrend. Nachdem sie die Zahlen aus der Einblendung vorgelesen hatte, korrigierte sie sich erneut: “Ich habe es doch geahnt, das waren die Zahlen vom Lotto am Mittwoch. Sie müssen das auf lotto.zdf.de nachlesen und im ZDF-Text auf Seite 556 – da stehen die richtigen Zahlen.”

Auch “heute journal”-Kollege Claus Kleber entschuldigte sich in aller Form für den peinlichen Zwischenfall: “Heute waren ganz besonders die Wetterzahlen und die Lottozahlen ohne Gewähr. Wir bitten um Entschuldigung.” In der ZDF-Mediathek kann der Fauxpas leider nicht mehr nachgesehen werden, die Mitarbeiter des Senders haben besagte Stelle aus der Aufzeichnung des “heute journal” herausgeschnitten. Die Zahlen, die Gundula Gause auf ihrem Zettel stehen hatte, wären also doch die einzig wahren gewesen: 4, 7, 16, 20, 31, 36 und die Superzahl 4.

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Verwirrung bei der Ziehung der Lottozahlen am Samstag: Während Gundula Gause die aktuellen Zahlen verlas, blendete das ZDF völlig andere neben der Moderatorin ein. Doch welche waren nun die Richtigen? Das wusste auch die 50-Jährige irgendwann nicht mehr wirklich einzuordnen. "Die Gewinnzahlen vom Lotto lauten diesmal: 4, 7 …", begann Gundula Gause. Dann merkte sie die Abweichung zu den eingeblendeten Zahlen. "Nein, also die, die da stehen … das ist ja ein Ding."

Winning numbers

Winning numbers & odds

Number of correct numbers Number of winners Prize (CHF)
6 + 1 0 0.00
6 1 1’000’000.00
5 + 1 11 7’602.00
5 127 1’000.00
4 + 1 716 133.00
4 5’158 47.90
3 + 1 10’055 23.80
3 68’910 7.40

Jackpot next draw: CHF 37’600’000
Number of correct last digits Number of winners Prize (CHF)
6 0 0.00
5 2 10’000.00
4 18 1’000.00
3 193 100.00
2 1’849 10.00

Jackpot next draw: CHF 400’000
  • 5
  • 9
  • 12
  • 14
  • 27
  • 29
  • Glückszahl:
  • 1
  • Replay:
  • 2

Next draw on Sat, 30.01.2021 Closing time 17:00

Swiss Lotto

Number of correct numbers Number of winners Prize (CHF)
6 + 1 0 0.00
6 1 1’000’000.00
5 + 1 11 7’602.00
5 127 1’000.00
4 + 1 716 133.00
4 5,158 47.90
3 + 1 10,055 23.80
3 68,910 7.40

Joker

Number of correct last digits Number of winners Prize (CHF)
6 0 0.00
5 2 10’000.00
4 18 1’000.00
3 193 100.00
2 1,849 10.00
  • 5
  • 7
  • 25
  • 37
  • 40
  • Stars:
  • 2
  • 8
  • 19
  • 31
  • 33
  • 38
  • 39

Next draw on Fri, 29.01.2021 Closing time 19:30

Winning numbers Winning numbers & odds Number of correct numbers Number of winners Prize (CHF) 6 + 1 0 0.00 6 1 1’000’000.00 5 + 1 11 7’602.00 5