SiVinceTutto is a lottery drawn every Wednesday at 20:00 CET, where all of the prize money for the draw has to be won, even if there is no jackpot winner. The game offers a total of five prize tiers, with prizes awarded for matching two or more numbers.
Choose 12 numbers ranging from 1 to 90. Each entry costs €5. Alternatively, choose a SiVinceTutto System Entry that can improve your chances of winning.
To play SiVinceTutto you must be at least 18 years old. Players who are below the minimum age will not be permitted to play or claim any prizes won.
Draws take place in Rome at 20:00 CET on Wednesdays. Ticket sales for each draw close 30 minutes earlier at 19:30 CET.
You win the jackpot by correctly matching all six numbers drawn.
To view the latest numbers from the draw, visit the SiVinceTutto results page.
SiVinceTutto has a total of five prize tiers, with overall odds of winning a prize approximately 1 in 6. Prizes can be won by matching two or more numbers, with the jackpot prize available to players matching all six numbers.
In most lotteries when there is no jackpot winner, the amount allocated to the top prize would usually carry over to boost the jackpot prize for the next draw. SiVinceTutto differs from this format, because the entire prize fund collected for a draw has to be won in the same draw. This means that if there is no jackpot winner, the amount is distributed into lower prize tiers with winners. The same also applies if there is no Match 6 or Match 5 winner.
The following tables list all of the prizes available in SiVinceTutto, including how the prize fund is adjusted when there is no jackpot winner or when there is no Match 6 or Match 5 winner:
|Match||Odds of Winning||Average Prize Amount Per Draw ||Percentage of Prize Fund||Percentage of Prize Fund (if no Match 6 winner)||Percentage of Prize Fund (if no Match 5 or 6 winner)|
|Match 6||1 in 673,825||€121,843.79||32.2%||-||-|
|Match 5||1 in 10,079||€51,826.76||3.4%||3.4%||-|
|Match 4||1 in 419||€1,417.29||8.2%||8.2%||10.0%|
|Match 3||1 in 37||€125.12||31.0%||36.7%||37.0%|
|Match 2||1 in 7||€10.61||25.2%||51.9%||53.0%|
|Overall odds of winning a prize: 1 in 6|
 Average prize amounts calculated using all results drawn between 27/04/2011 and 18/11/2020. These amounts are for information purposes only and are not indicative of future prize values.
If you have won a SiVinceTutto prize, you have 90 days from the date of the draw to claim your prize. Visit the How to Claim page for more information.
You can play SiVinceTutto using various system entry methods that will increase your chances of winning a prize.
Instead of choosing the standard 12 numbers from a range of 1 to 90, you can select up to a maximum of 18 numbers, which is called an Integrated System (Sistemi Integrali) entry. You then pay for every possible combination of 12 numbers that can be generated from those chosen.
The following table provides information on how many entries are generated based on the amount of numbers chosen, including the cost of playing each option:
|Numbers Selected||Combinations||Odds of Winning the Jackpot||Cost|
|12 (standard entry)||1||1 in 673,825||€5|
|13||13||1 in 51,833||€65|
|14||91||1 in 7,405||€455|
|15||455||1 in 1,481||€2,275|
|16||1,820||1 in 370||€9,100|
|17||6,188||1 in 109||€30,940|
|18||18,564||1 in 36||€92,820|
Bases and Variants System
The Bases and Variants (Basi e Varianti) System is a systematic entry method where you can choose specific numbers to appear in every line you play, then create multiple entries by varying them with a second set of numbers. The playslip has two grids of 90 numbers, you choose between 1 and 11 numbers in the first grid, which establish the numbers that will appear in every entry, then in the second grid you select the numbers you want to vary them with.
The Bases and Variants options are labelled B1 to B11, with the number representing the amount of base numbers selected. For example, if you played a B11 with the base numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 and picked 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 as your varying numbers, you would play these lines in the draw:
|Base Numbers||Varying Numbers|
A B10 entry using 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 as the bases and 11, 12, 13 and 14 as the variants would mean you played these lines:
|Base Numbers||Varying Numbers|
The first SiVinceTutto draw was held on Wednesday 27th April 2011, offering players an alternative approach to playing a lottery where the entire prize fund collected for a draw had to be won in the same draw.
These are the important events in SiVinceTutto’s history that have helped shape the game into the lottery we know today.
- 27th April 2011
The First SiVinceTutto Draw
The first SiVinceTutto draw took place on Wednesday 27th April 2011. Draws would take place once a month and players were required to select six numbers from a range of 1 to 90, with each entry costing €5. The odds of winning the jackpot were 1 in 622,614,630.
- 28th September 2016
Changes to SiVinceTutto
September 2016 brought with it a new era for SiVinceTutto as it became a weekly game. The rules of the lottery were also changed, with players now required to select 12 numbers to enter, while still only having to match six to win the jackpot. This made the SiVinceTutto jackpot much easier to win, with odds improving from 1 in 622,614,630 to 1 in 673,825.
- 5th October 2016
The First SiVinceTutto Jackpot Winner
The first SiVinceTutto jackpot to be won was claimed by a syndicate of 20 players after matching all six main numbers on Wednesday 5th October 2016. This was also the first weekly draw using the revised format which made it easier to win the jackpot. The ticket was purchased by local shop owner Enrico Federici in Pesaro, who had played through Sisal’s online syndicate system. The jackpot prize of €270,576.81 was shared between 20 players who had each paid €6.50 to play. Fifteen of the winners had played through the same shop, with the other five participants from Milano, Bassano del Grappa, Sinalunga, Bagnara Calabra and Avella.