New record in sight for SuperEnalottoMonday February 1st 2010
Lottery players all over the world will have been watching the Italian Lottery for many weeks and holding their breath at every draw that has taken place recently. Many will have been playing in recent weeks as this lottery game has failed to produce a lottery jackpot winner and the jackpot has continued to climb. Now, with a new record in sight for SuperEnalotto, many of us, although would be happy for any winner of such a large lottery jackpot, will be hoping that it does continue to roll over and exceed its current record win of more than €147 million.
The draws for SuperEnalotto take place three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and after the draw on Thursday failed yet again to produce a winner, the jackpot for this game has now risen to a staggering €132.8 million.
It is widely anticipated that people will flock to buy lottery tickets for the SuperEnalotto from now on until a winner is created and we expect to see the same kind of lottery frenzy amongst Italians at we did in the run up to the previous record win.
If a winner is not found from the draws taking place for SuperEnalotto next week it is also expected that the jackpot record for this lottery could quite easily be exceeded, which in turn will create even bigger worldwide interest.
For those players who are looking for a bigger prize that is easier win, this Saturday is the next draw for the US multi state lottery, PowerBall. The estimated jackpot for this game is currently $90 million.