SuperEnalotto still world's highest prize

Thursday October 14th 2010 SuperEnalotto still world's highest prize

Superenalotto This Italian Lottery game has been hitting the headlines after every single draw in the lottery world recently. However, it was a little overshadowed at the weekend by the fantastic EuroMillions jackpot win. We can tell you that the SuperEnalotto still has the world’s highest prize jackpot this week as it continues to climb and break its own record after each draw. So if you missed out on a lottery win at the weekend, then SuperEnalotto offers the biggest jackpot in the world for the draw taking place this evening.


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After smashing its own jackpot record of €147.8 million the SuperEnalotto had continually failed to produce a jackpot winner, which now sees a massive €162.3 million on offer for the draw taking place tonight. This monster jackpot easily makes it the world’s highest at the moment and players all over the world particularly Italian Lottery players will be daring to hope that the SuperEnalotto could just top the €200 million mark.

There is of course some way to go for this to happen, with the jackpot rising between two and three million after each draw at the moment, we would be lucky if we saw this figure within a month. However, as the SuperEnalotto continues to rise, so does the interest and with the EuroMillions jackpot no longer in competition, we could see many more players buy lotto tickets for SuperEnalotto over the coming weeks.

Lottery syndicates give by far, the best chance of winning and with the SuperEnalotto being one of the most difficult to win, we may well see many more forming as lottery players worldwide bid to win this elusive jackpot.

Written by Katelin Thompson


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