One of the biggest lottery games in Italy is the SuperEnalotto, which can be thought of as Italy’s answer to the Power Ball game that is played in the USA. Enalotto has been around for over half a century, and the modern SuperEnalotto game has been operated by Sisal since 1996.
SuperEnalotto is played every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Players choose six numbers from 1 to 90. Players can also choose to play a “SuperStar” – not exactly a bonus ball but one that can help them to achieve a consolation prize should they miss out on the jackpot. If you can't get to a Superenalotto outlet, the best was to play is onoline via the banner link above.
Unlike many other lotteries why have a dedicated drawing of numbers, the six winning numbers in the SuperEnalotto are the first numbers drawn from the lottery games played in six Italian cities. In alphabetical order these are: Bari, Florence, Milan, Naples, Palermo and Rome.
There are five prize divisions in the SuperEnalotto game, and details of how to win each one are presented in the table below, along with the odds of you succeeding:
|Division||How to Win||Odds of Winning|
|1 – Jackpot||Match 6 numbers||1 in 622,614,630|
|2||Match 5 numbers + SuperStar||1 in 103,769,105|
|3||Match 5 numbers||1 in 1,235,346|
|4||Match 4 numbers||1 in 11,907|
|5||Match 3 numbers||1 in 327|
You can get the latest Supernalotto Results here along with the most recent superenalotto jackpot prediction.
There have been some very notable wins in the history of SuperEnalotto. In April 1998 a syndicate of 100 players – effectively an entire village – won €32.7 million between them. In August 2003 an individual won just over twice that amount when they scooped €65.9 million. Then in May 2005 a group of ten SuperEnalotto players won €72 million.
The record for the biggest win of all was established on Friday 22 August, 2009, when a single ticket-holder from Bagnone in Tuscany scooped the incredible sum of €143.9 million. The size of the jackpot was due to a long series of rollovers, with the previous win having taken place on 31 January, 2009. The eventual winner, who goes down in the record books as the biggest individual lottery winner in Europe, has not been named by any official sources and so his or her identity remains a mystery.