New record on the cards for SuperEnalotto

Thursday September 23rd 2010

We have been following this Italian Lottery game for many weeks and have brought you regular updates on how this monster jackpot is progressing. We can now tell you that the much anticipated new record is on the cards for SuperEnalotto. Those of you who have purchased lottery tickets for this game today will be playing for a massive €143.4 million, making the SuperEnalotto one of the biggest, if not the biggest lottery jackpot in the world today. This factor alone is enough to make the SuperEnalotto the most popular game of all draws taking place this evening.

Next Estimated Jackpot:
$199 Million
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It is difficult to say whether the SuperEnalotto will surpass it €147 million record if there are no winners from the draw this evening. The jackpot increased by €1.4 million after the draw on Tuesday, so if this were to be repeated after tonight’s draw, the SuperEnalotto would still fall short of the €147 million that many of you are hoping for. However, as this lottery jackpot continues to climb it is inevitable that it will attract more players and the jackpot could start to rise more steeply. This is of course assuming that it is not won in the meantime.

So if you are looking to buy lottery tickets for a game offering a fantastic jackpot, then the SuperEnalotto has to be the one. All of the other lottery games such as EuroMillions and the US PowerBall, that compete on the same level as this Italian Lottery game in terms of jackpots, have all seen winners on recent draws, meaning that their jackpots are relatively low in comparison.

Written by Brett Levenson

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