Recently, the estimated jackpots for the Si Vince Tutto have been decreasing, which could possibly be connected to the fact that there has been no top tier winner this year. This then has a corresponding decreasing effect to the secondary tier prizes, which is made up by taking 32.38% of the prize fund (assuming a first tier winner). For example, on 20th November 2011 the jackpot was €11.1 million, and although this was not won, the secondary tier prize was won, which was a whopping €1.8 million. This week’s secondary prize saw a much decreased secondary prize, as the prize fund was smaller.
However, if the top tier prize is not won, the prize fund is shared down all the other prize tiers to ensure all the prize money is still paid out, so the second tier winner usually will account for 33.36% of the prize fund.
More details on the prize allocations of the Si Vince Tutto can be found on its dedicated page.