SuperEnalotto reaches more than €108 millionThursday December 24th 2009
There have been some fantastic lottery jackpots to play for this week, and after another rollover following the last draw which took place on Tuesday, the SuperEnalotto reaches more than €108 million making it the highest European lottery jackpot. With the next draw for the Italian Lottery game, SuperEnaLotto taking place today, many lottery players will be dreaming of their wishes coming true this Christmas as they bid to try and win the top prize.
Of course the SuperEnalotto is winnable, but it is notoriously the most difficult lottery to win as the numbers that lottery players choose from is from a pool of 90 when most other lottery games have a pool of around 50 and sometimes even less. This of course causes the SuperEnalotto to frequently roll over and very often it carries the highest jackpot worldwide.
With Christmas being so close we can expect to see Italians and indeed lottery players wordwide, becoming more excited than they usually do when they flock to buy lottery tickets for the SuperEnalotto this week.
The EuroMillions of course produced a lottery winner last week so has a starting jackpot of €15 million, however the fact that the next drawing for this lottery game is scheduled for Christmas day, should be enough to create excitement amongst lottery players in Europe. Although not the highest jackpot in the world by a long way, €15 million is still a very substantial jackpot to win and certainly bigger than some of the jackpots boasted by other lottery games at the moment.