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SuperEnaLotto (Italy)

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SuperEnaLotto (Italy)

OVERVIEW

SuperEnaLotto is an Italian lottery game. It's one of the oldest lotteries on the market. Because there are 3 draws a week, and the game does not have a cap, the jackpot regularly eclipses the size of the EuroMillions. The largest Jackpot was €177.7 million which was won by a syndicate of 70 winners on October 30, 2010.

 

DRAW TIMES

The SuperEnaLotto draw takes place every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday night in Italy at 8:00 pm CET.  The time in the UK when this happens is 7:00 pm (GMT).

 

HOW THE GAME WORKS

There is one set of balls with a number set between 1 and 90. Six balls are drawn, and to win the jackpot you must match all of them. A seventh ball is drawn, which is called the "Jolly Number". The Jolly Number is only applicable for the secondary prize which is won by matching 5 of the six numbers and the Jolly Number.

  

IMPORTANT INFO

The SuperEnaLotto is denominated in Euros. We convert winnings into British Pounds using the prevailing exchange rate at the time of the draw.

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