The numbers drawn were 4, 40, 54, 65, 83 and 85 with Jolly 73 and SuperStar 82, and the biggest winner on the night matched five of the main balls to pocket €218,919. Another player matched four main numbers plus the SuperStar to win €38,018, while the other prizes given away ranged between €5 for matching just the SuperStar and €2,907 for matching three main numbers and the SuperStar. Visit the SuperEnalotto Results page for more information and a full prize breakdown.
If you like to base your selections for the next draw on what has happened in the past, you can check out the SuperEnalotto Statistics section to discover more about the most frequent numbers, the most common pairs and the balls that are most overdue. The number 85 is the most frequently drawn ball, and its appearance in last night’s draw was the 203rd time that it has come out.
The top prize is now within €15 million of the largest jackpot ever won in the 19-year history of SuperEnalotto. A syndicate of 70 players snapped up €177.7 million back on 30th October 2010 with a ticket purchased in Milan, and players everywhere will be hoping they can also land the jackpot tomorrow night. As well as buying tickets from authorised retailers in Italy, the game can be played online from anywhere in the world, and the huge top prize is sure to attract considerable interest. Good luck!