The Italian SuperEnalotto lottery was launched in 1997. This Italian lottery offers five top prizes when the Jackpot can be won by matching 6 correct numbers. The lowest prize can be won by matching only 3 numbers! Draws take place 3 times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
The SuperEnaLotto lottery is a modification of EnaLotto lottery which was established in the 1950s. In order to win the jackpot you will need to match all six main numbers from a pool of 1-90. SuperEnalotto has a bonus number called the Jolly, selected during the draw; you can win the 2nd prize if you correctly guess five numbers and the Jolly. SuperEnalotto jackpots regularly roll over and since there is no jackpot cap, substantial jackpots are not out of the ordinary. The biggest Jackpot won to date was €177,800,000 On October 30, 2010! With winning odds of 1 in 318, the Italian SuperEnalotto is drawn three times a week – and the results are published soon after the draw.
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