Last night, Wednesday 29th August 2012 saw the monthly Si Vince Tutto draw take place. Unfortunately for players, there was no ticket holder to match all six numbers to win the jackpot of €1.9 million, nor were there any players who were able to match the secondary prize tier by matching five numbers. The jackpot for this month, like last month, was lower than usual, with jackpots usually sitting between €11 million and €3 million.
The winning numbers were 6, 35, 55, 70, 72 and 82. There were a total of 46 players who matched four numbers to win €8,065, 2091 players who matched three numbers to gain €457.23 and finally, 33,986 players who won €16.87 by matching three.
The SuperEnalotto likewise has seen no jackpot winners since the last big win by a Roman citizen on 2nd August 2012, and its jackpot now stands at €12.3 million after rolling since the start of this month. However, one of the factors which make the SuperEnalotto so popular is that it can generate extremely high jackpots due to its lack of jackpot cap and its thrice weekly draw rate, so players are likely to be secretly hoping that it rolls more!
The highest the SuperEnalotto has ever rolled to was an incredible €177.8 million, when it was finally won on October 30th 2010 by a single ticket holder. SuperEnalotto players are always hoping for jackpots of this size, which is probably how the lottery maintains its level of popularity, despite its lower level of prize winners.