Latest Draw Predictions Statistics: Tue 23 May 2017
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|1st Prize||match 6||€10,000,000|
|2nd Prize||match 5 + pb||€500,000|
|3rd Prize||match 5||€30,000|
|4th Prize||match 4||€500|
|5th Prize||match 3||€20|
Italy SuperEnalotto used to be well-known as “Enalotto”. It was established in 1950’s, but then it was taken over by SISAL (a private company dealing with betting and gaming) in 1996 and the game changed into Italy SuperEnalotto and was firstly launched with new look and format by Rodolfo Molo on December 3, 1997. Rodolfo Molo had an obsession to make a lotto game that had a user-friendly format and could award the winners stunning great jackpots.
This lotto game is played three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 8.00 pm and has been the hit since it was launched in 1997. Those who are interested in joining this game must buy a ticket which costs 1 euro for two plays. According to the game’s history, this lotto game was quite unique because the result of the six winning numbers were drawn previously from the lottery games which were played in the cities of Bari, Florence, Milan, Naples, Palermo, and Rome (by that order).
One number drawn in Venice was called “Jolly number”, and it was used as the bonus number. This drawing system was done until June 30, 2009. Later on, starting from July 1, 2009, this rule changed. The winning numbers for SuperEnalotto were drawn independently.
Players of the game must be able to match 6 numbers out of 90 numbers provided without the bonus number (Jolly) included. Jolly numbers are used to win the second prizes only, which means that the number gives more chance to players who can match 5 numbers only. Players who have 5 matched numbers plus the Jolly number, they can get a “5+1” prize. Usually, players do not choose their Jolly number themselves.
The popularity of this game is growing so fast because the amount of the jackpot prize is amazing and winners can choose the way they get the money, either a lump sum payment or annuity payment. The largest SuperEnalotto jackpot was won on 30 October 2010 with the sum of the money 177,729,043.16 euro. It was the second biggest prize to win in Europe and the fourth one in the world. The identity of the winners are usually kept secret to avoid the bad thing to happen to them.;