The Si Vince Tutto jackpot hasn’t been won by a match six winner for some time. As the jackpot can’t rollover, unlike the other Italian lottery the SuperEnalotto, when there is no match six winner the prize money will be in fact roll down and be shared between players in the other prize tiers.
In total there are five prizes available to win in every Si Vince Tutto draw and the prize money is split into different percentages depending on if there is a match six or in fact a match five winner or not. If there is no match six winner then the prize money will be split into the following percentages:
- 33.36.% to second tier wins
- 8.40% to third tier wins
- 39.18% to fourth tier wins
- 19.06% to fifth tier wins
The fifth tier (match two numbers) is a new addition to the Si Vince Tutto draw, which means that players now have more of a chance of becoming a winner in this Italian lottery.
On Wednesday 28th March 2012 it will be interesting to see if any ticket holders can match the Si Vince Tutto results to win the jackpot because it will be the first time this year that the top prize will have been won!