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