Still No SuperEnalotto Jackpot WinnerWednesday September 7th 2011
Because of the excitement surrounding other big world lottery games and the fantastic jackpots that they are carrying, one other big lottery game has been overlooked at times. There is still no SuperEnalotto Jackpot winner going into the next draw which will take place on Thursday 8th September, meaning that the jackpot has risen to a massive €59.9 million. Aside from the EuroMillions, this means that the Superenalotto jackpot is one of the biggest in Europe this week which is very exciting news.
Those players who are familiar with SuperEnalotto will know just how difficult this lottery game is to win. However, on the plus side, this means that large jackpots are very common and players who particularly like to play for the big jackpots are attracted to this game.
What makes the SuperEnalotto so difficult to win is that the six main numbers are picked from a pool of 90, where most other lottery games are picked from a pool of around 50. However, there are lots of ways that SuperEnalotto can be played but the most common is to pick six main numbers and a Jolly Number. You can also give yourself an extra chance of winning on SuperEnalotto by paying extra and choosing an extra Superstar number. This number is drawn from a separate pool of 90 balls to the main draw so we could also see the same number as the Superstar number and in the main SuperEnalotto numbers.
If you match three four or five main numbers and the Superstar, you will have your SuperEnalotto win multiplied but also tickets on the main draw that do not match enough numbers to win but do match the Superstar, will also become winners.
Written by Brett Levenson