SuperEnalotto Jackpot Passes €30 million

SuperEnalotto Jackpot Passes €30 million

The SuperEnalotto draw on Tuesday 14th May 2013 saw the 25th rollover in succession and takes the jackpot for the draw taking place today to €30.2 million.

SuperEnalotto was last won on Saturday 16th March 2013 when a ticket owned by a syndicate of 40 players from the town of Palazzolo dello Stella matched all six main numbers to win €53.3 million. This large jackpot was generated by over seven months of rollovers.

In order to win the SuperEnalotto jackpot, players must match all six main numbers from a possible 90. With so many numbers to choose from making your selection can be tricky so, if you’d like a little help, you will find lots of interesting statistical information on the SuperEnalotto Statistics Page.

For example, the most commonly drawn numbers are number 90 and 1 which have made 163 and 161 appearances respectively. The most overdue numbers are 79 and 28, neither of which have been drawn for 128 days. Could they be due an appearance soon?

Although lottery numbers are drawn totally at random it is interesting to use historical information when making your own choices. It is also useful to take guidance from this page to ensure the numbers you choose are representative of the whole matrix. For example, many players base their selection of numbers on birthdays or anniversaries which limits their selections to between 1 and 31.

Whichever numbers you decide to choose for your next lottery game, wish you the very best of luck.

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Last Updated: Monday 12 March, 2018 at 13:24
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