Italian lotto draw is triple rolloverTuesday March 22nd 2011
Tonight sees a second multiple rollover lotto draw for European ticket buyers in the space of a few days, when Italy’s SuperEnalotto is played, with an estimated top prize of 32.7million euros (£28.5million) up for grabs.
No one has won this three times a week draw on the last three occasions now. But the organisers have noted a couple of numbers, 58 and 85, which are on a hot streak, having been pulled out four times and three times respectively so far during March.
The last SuperEnalotto draw was postponed by 24 hours due to the regular Thursday draw day coinciding with the 150th anniversary of Italian unification, and hence a national holiday.
People from outside Italy can play lotto online to win big prizes in the SuperEnalotto, which involves six numbers between one and 90 being drawn, along with a further ‘Jolly’ number. The high number of balls in play results in more regular rollovers, and therefore bigger jackpot prizes, the draw’s organisers say.