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SuperEnalotto Results and Winning Numbers

superenalotto resultsSuperEnalotto is considered the most popular lottery game throughout Italy and is played by millions of people every single week. The game has been launched in 1997, replacing the earlier Enalotto which has been active since the 1950s. In 2010, the SuperEnalotto has reached a massive €177 million jackpot, and the game still continues to award whopping jackpots due to the fact that the game itself has no limit to its jackpot.

SuperEnalotto is drawn three times a week every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. To win the SuperEnalotto jackpot, you will need to pick six numbers from 1 to 90 and match them with the winning numbers in the SuperEnalotto results. A Jolly number is also picked from the remaining balls, thus allowing players to increase their wins in the lower tier prizes.

 

SuperEnalotto Draw Information

SuperEnalotto results are determined every 8pm on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. In the event the draw falls on a public holiday, it will be rescheduled to the nearest possible day. During the draw, six main numbers and one Jolly number will be randomly selected by the lotto machine out of a number pool of 90. The Jolly number has the same mechanics to that of the Bonus ball, essentially improving the prizes which can be received by SuperEnalotto winners in the lower prize tiers. In the event no one managed to win the jackpot, a rollover will occur thus increasing the amount of the jackpot prize for the next draw.

A special draw is held every year to mark the Easter Weekend. During this draw, a total of 30 players will be picked and receive a guaranteed prize of €1 million each. All of the other prizes for the SuperEnalotto are also offered and the jackpot is also significantly increased.

 

Prize Breakdown and Winning Odds

superenalotto jackpotDraws are held every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. In the event the draw falls on a public Italian holiday, it will then be rescheduled to the nearest possibly day. The draw includes choosing six main numbers and one Jolly number which are chosen randomly by the machine. The Jolly number works pretty much like the Bonus Ball in UK Lotto which gives players bigger prizes by matching the Jolly number along with five main numbers. Here’s a breakdown of SuperEnalotto’s prize tiers, along with the winning odds:

  • 6 main numbers plus Superstar (1 in 56,035,316,700)
  • 5 main numbers plus Jolly number plus Superstar (1 in 9,339,219,450)
  • 4 main numbers plus Superstar (1 in 9,339,219,450)
  • 3 main numbers plus Superstar (1 in 29,404)
  • 2 main numbers plus Superstar (1 in 1,936)
  • 1 main number plus Superstar (1 in 303)
  • Superstar only (1 in 138)

Here is a breakdown of the prizes allotted for each prize tier:

  • 6 numbers (17.4% of the prize pool)
  • 5 numbers + Jolly number (13% of the prize pool)
  • 5 numbers (4.2% of the prize pool)
  • 4 numbers (4.2% of the prize pool)
  • 3 numbers (12.8% of the prize pool)
  • 2 numbers (40% of the prize pool)
  • Instant prizes (8.4% of the prize pool)

By adding Superstar to your game, you will have the chance to win even larger prizes by simply spending an extra €0.50 for each entry. You can choose to pick your Superstar number manually from 1 to 90, or have it randomly generated to you by the system. By matching the Superstar number, you can win €5 and will quickly rise to higher levels in the event you match several main numbers as well. In the event you match five main numbers, the SuperStar, and the Jolly number you will automatically win a SuperBonus of €1 million. Meanwhile, on the off chance that you match all six main numbers along with the Superstar, an additional €2 million will be added to your prize.

The SuperEnalotto jackpot could easily grow and roll over. The biggest jackpot ever recorded was $177.7 million which was won by a syndicate consisting of 70 persons back in 2010.

 

The Evolution of The SuperEnalotto

italian lottery resultsThe SuperEnalatto has been originally named Enalotto and was launched way back in the 1950s. However, several changes were made back in 2009, thus causing it to be called SuperEnalotto instead. Before 2009, the numbers in the SuperEnalotto results are drawn individually from the cities of Milan, Florence, Palermo, Naples, Bari, and Rome while the Jolly number is drawn from Venice. In July 2009, the procedure was changed, and the six numbers are instead drawn from one drawn and the SuperStar from a separate drum.

To further add up to the excitement, a number of massive changes were introduced on January 2016. The changes included:

- the addition of a new prize tier that you can win by simply matching just two main numbers 

- the increase of money allocation to the prize fund and

- a means of making instant SuperEnalotto winners 

 

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