SuperEnalotto Jackpot Remains Elusive

SuperEnalotto Jackpot Remains Elusive

The SuperEnalotto has its first draw of the week last night and as there hasn’t been a jackpot win for quite a while many ticket holders were hoping to strike lucky in this Tuesday night draw. However, the results from this draw show that no players matched the six numbers drawn to win the top prize therefore the SuperEnalotto jackpot remains elusive and carries on rolling over. Therefore now the jackpot available to win in the SuperEnalotto is estimated at €94 million, however will any players match the SuperEnalotto results soon to win the jackpot?

The SuperEnalotto results from last night’s draw were 5, 38, 56, 76, 77 and 89. To add to there being on top prize winner there were also no players who matched five numbers along with the Jolly number to win the second tier prize. Therefore the first winning prize tier last night was the match five tier in which 11 players won €32,830.21.

There hasn’t been a SuperEnalotto jackpot win for almost eight months now, therefore it will be interesting to see when the top prize in this lottery will finally stop rolling over and be won. If it carries on rolling over we could see a new record being set for the largest amount ever won in this lottery. The current record stands at €177 million which was won by a ticket holder in October 2010.

The next SuperEnalotto draw takes place tomorrow night, so we shall have to wait and see if any players match the SuperEnalotto results to become the first jackpot winners for 2012.

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Last Updated: Tuesday 13 March, 2018 at 13:27
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