Lucky Break for Superena Lotto Players

Published January 30, 2011 by OCR Editor

The SuperEna Lotto delivers huge paydays in double-quick time.

In Italy, lotto is big. The Italian SuperEna Lotto remains one of the most prized in all of Europe with paydays ranging from €9 Million to €70 Million. Winners are regularly crowned and the game is really easy to play. Lottery winners share in the spoils by correctly picking 6 numbers between 1 and 90.

The news that 2 winners shared the SuperEna Lotto came as a pleasant surprise to many. Recently the top-end figure of €70 million was won by 2 players that had shared the jackpot. This startling revelation - virtually unheard of in lotto contests - saw the 2 winners buying their tickets at the same lotto shop. The odds of that happening are simply out of this world. The popularity of the SuperEna Lotto is such that Italians spend over €27 billion a year on playing this lottery game.

Upon its re-launch in Italy in 1997, the SuperEna Lotto has crowned winners aplenty. With thrilling gaming action and massive paydays to boot, this is one lottery that players from around the world flock to.

Since becoming an online lotto de facto, with players from around the world buying ticket at online lottery tickets vendors, it has also reached new levels of popularity.

The rules of the game are simple: match up all 6 numbers between 1 and 90 with the randomly generated results and you win. In May 2005 a whopping €72 Million was won by 10 players from Milan. The previous record was back in 2003 when a massive €66 Million was won by one player. But players can also win big by matching other combinations including matching 5 numbers + the Jolly to win a 2nd division prize. To date, the biggest win recorded was a €146.9 million payday (rollovers included) won by 1 players from Tuscany. The odds of winning certain combinations are as follows:

  • 1st Prize - (Matching 6 balls) is 1:622,614,630
  • 2nd Prize - (Matching 5+1 balls) is 1:103,769,105
  • 3rd Prize - (Matching 5 balls) is 1:1,235,346

Draws are held throughout the week at 19h30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. You can buy your ticket by visiting TheLotter.

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