Draw Days: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Winning Odds: 1 to 622.6
Play Format: 6/90
Jackpot Record: €177,800,000 (2010)
SuperEnalotto is Italy’s national lottery and one of the biggest globally. As such, top prizes frequently amount to hundreds of millions, because of jackpots roll over regularly, but there are no roll downs. The game also employs a 6/90 drawing format with 3 weekly draws, which creates huge prizes all over the 5 prize categories – one of the main reasons for the SuperEnalotto’s popularity.
This Italian lottery features a starting jackpot of 1,700,000 EUR, with no limit on rollovers. This is the main reason SuperEnalotto jackpots amount to hundreds of millions so frequently – the current record is 177,800,000 EUR, a top prize won in 2010 by a syndicate of 70 co-workers!
Another reason for SuperEnalotto’s huge prizes are the 3 weekly draws on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Results will be available right here immediately after the draws take place so, make sure you check the winners. Or even better – join a SuperEnalotto Syndicate or get your own tickets and wait for the life-changing call – SuperEnalotto guarantees a massive win when your numbers come up!
It’s easy to play SuperEnalotto with a strategy, as the game’s 6-out-of-90 drawing format is simple, but doesn’t provide the best winning odds, so you might want to have a look at the “hottest” and “coldest” numbers. For 2016 the most frequently drawn SuperEnalotto numbers have been 85, 65, 56, 4, 12 and 61, while 69, 21, 53, 73, 70 and 75 are the most overdue.
Check out the Strategies Page to make sure you know how to play the lottery the smart way.
You can check the most frequently drawn winning numbers in SuperEnalotto’s history anytime and choose your most promising combinations. Use the frequency chart tool on Statistics Page to create your own tactic and decide how to play.