Number lotteries provide players worldwide with lots of emotions every day, which is no wonder as they are very exciting and unpredictable. We have great winnings here, there are also tears of joy and loud yells of happiness, as well as moments of disappointment when the winning was so close and then slipped away. Such are the charms of games of chance and that’s what players at every latitude love them for. There’s so many number lotteries that it’s a good idea to discuss each of them in order to pick the best one.
You will find descriptions of all the most popular lotteries on the LottoMat website, obviously, where you can also play your favorite lotto over the Internet, check drawing results and find tips on how to play to win.
Below you’ll find a short guide about SuperEnalotto and its phenomenon not only among Italian players.
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Thursday 6:00 PM UTC Lottery Local Time: Thursday 8:00 PM GMT+2
Saturday 6:00 PM UTC Lottery Local Time: Saturday 8:00 PM GMT+2
|Guess Range 6/90|
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Latest Result (Aug 8, 2020)
SuperEnalotto is a very popular Italian number lottery which was created on the Italian Peninsula all the way back in the 1950s. At first it had a different name, which was EnaLotto. The current name has been in use since 1997. SuperEnalotto not only has Italians going crazy about it, but all of Europe, which is because the available winnings reach truly impressive amounts. Not to mention SuperEnalotto can boast the highest rollover jackpots in the world.
Italian lotto drawings take place three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8:00 PM local time. Drawing results can be found on our website right after drawing and they are obviously from a reliable source, we get them straight from the host.
Simple rules, the ability to play over the Internet thanks to the LottoMat website and high monetary prizes – all of that makes players pretty much love SuperEnalotto.
As was previously mentioned, it is a number lottery, and its rules are easy to comprehend.
Every player’s task is to select six numbers from a pool of 1 to 90 and selecting a single number from the range of 1 to 20. Which means that winning the main prize requires choosing seven numbers correctly and then the winning is ours.
In SuperEnalotto one can also play the so-called SuperStar for an extra charge, which also consists of choosing numbers from a pool of 1 to 90. Hitting the SuperStar number increases the prize’s value, which can even get one hundred times higher!
In the Italian lottery, a number called Jolly is also drawn, but this option is only available to players in Italy.
The chances of winning any prize are 1:20 which makes them really high. The lowest amounts for guessing four numbers fluctuate around 25 euro. At least it’s good that the price of the ticket is returned and there’s still some money left to bet another one, or even another few.
But what we are interested in is of course the likelihood of winning the main prize, which is 1:600 millions. One cannot deny that the risk is high, or maybe enormous would be a better word. Why do the players not give up if the chances are so low? The reason is simple. The rollover jackpots in SuperEnalotto, despite being rare, reach such shocking amounts that it makes the game worth any risk, even this big. Above all, a lot depends here on the tactic and temperament of each player. There are those playing safe, who choose games with higher likelihood of winning, but with lower prizes, such as the Polish Lotto for example. Other players believe in the motto „if you have to steal, steal millions” and only pick numbers at lotteries that might bring them many millions. It all depends on the tactic chosen and the appetite for playing.
The guaranteed pool of the first level winnings is whole 1,3 000 000 euro, if the player also chose the SuperStar option and picked the correct numbers, the prize is increased by 2 000 000 euro.
Rollovers in SuperEnalotto are sadly rare, but at least they don’t have any upper threshold. What does it mean? If several times in a row nobody gets the main winnings, the pool successively increases and the main winning literally grows before your eyes! The longer there’s no winning ticket, the bigger excitement and emotions among players. In the event of such high rollover jackpots not only the majority of Italians play but also half of the world. Even those who are normally skeptical towards games of chance send tickets when there is a rollover jackpot. After all, several hundred million euro is a whole lot of money, and all it takes to win it is a single 3 euro ticket, you may never know.
The highest jackpot was an unimaginable sum – whole 170 million euro! Who was the lucky one? As many as 70 people who worked together. They pooled a large number of tickets and managed to win the main prize. Of course over 2 million euro per person doesn’t sound quite as impressive, but if it wasn’t for this group, maybe nothing would have been won at all. Which definitely made it pay off. On the LottoMat website, you can find different useful info on the winnings and get the archived SuperEnalotto results.
Every adult person can play nowadays. Up until recently it was only possible for those who were in Italy and could visit stationary lottery offices. Luckily thanks to the Internet and the LottoMat website everyone can play the Italian lotto today, regardless of place of residence or citizenship.
You can do this at any time of day or night, from any place in the world and without waiting in lines.
You have to register on our website in order to open a player’s account. And that’s enough to start playing. You can fill out tickets several different ways:
You have 3 unique opportunities a week to become a millionaire, or even a multimillionaire. SuperEnalotto drawings take place on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. SuperEnalotto is a lot of risk, unspeakable emotions and truly a lot of money to be won.
Is it worth it? We’d say – of course. It’s one of the more interesting numbers games, providing unforgettable emotions.
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|Chance to win : 1 in 622,614,630|
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