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SuperEnaLotto results breakdown

 

PRIZE LEVEL MATCH ODDS
Prize Level 1 – Jackpot 6  1:622,614,630
Prize Level 2 5+1  1:103,769,105
Prize Level 3 5 1:1,250,230
Prize Level 4 4 1:11,907
Prize Level 5 3 1:327

Overall Odds to win anything     1 : 0.26

SuperEnalotto Jackpot Records

The largest jackpot in the game’s history so far was won on 30 October 2010 by a syndicate of 70 people. It was worth the staggering €177 800 000. The largest single-winner jackpot was won in Tuscany on 22 August 2009 and it was worth €147 800 000.

Lottery Overview

SuperEnalotto is an Italian lottery and also one of the biggest and most popular national lotteries worldwide. It was launched on 3 December 1997 with draws taking place every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. SuperEnalotto is notorious for having some of the most formidable odds for winning, but also for one of the largest jackpots in the world due to its unlimited rollovers. Moreover, there are no taxes on winnings, which makes it all the more attractive for passionate lotto lovers.

The Italian lottery – 3 draws per week and €1,700,000 starting jackpot

Launched on 3rd December 1997, SuperEnalotto is a lottery that is played in Italy. Drawing is done thrice a week at 8.00pm on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The aim of the game is to get 6 matching numbers out of a pool of 90 numbers. While the SuperEnalotto can boast of having one of the highest jackpot prizes in the world, the odds of getting all the matching numbers is unfortunately one of the lowest in the world.