No October SuperEnalotto Jackpot Winner Yet
This month is shaping up to be a quiet one for potential winners of the SuperEnalotto jackpot, with no players succeeding in matching all six numbers at the month’s halfway point. There has been one player so far this month that has succeeded in matching five numbers and the Jolly to scoop the secondary tier prize of €394,616, which beats September, a month that saw no match six or match 5 and the Jolly winners. So what does that mean for the next jackpot?
The next draw which takes place on Thursday 18th October 2012 sees a jackpot of €15 million, which is still an impressive top prize, but has a very long way to go to beat its highest ever jackpot – which was a staggering €177 million, won in October 2010 by a single ticket holder. One of the attractive features of the SuperEnalotto is that is has no cap, which means the jackpot will continue to roll over until it is won by a player to match all six numbers.
For now, players will likely be happy to win any jackpot on the SuperEnalotto, as to do so means beating incredible odds of 1 in 622,614,630. This challenge which is faced by players each week is undoubtedly one of the factors which keeps players coming back, as they all want to have the one ticket which can beat those odds!
17th October 2012