SuperEnalotto Jackpot Continues To Rise
After rolling over a staggering 36 times, the first SuperEnalotto draw of the week was held last night with a jackpot of €36.4 million for the player or players who were able to match all six of the main numbers drawn. However, the results from this Tuesday’s draw reveal that, once again, there were no top prize winners and so SuperEnalotto continues to roll and the jackpot continues to rise.
Last night’s results, which can be found on the SuperEnalotto results page, also show that there were no Match Five plus Jolly number winners, meaning that Match Five was the first winning prize tier with six players each winning €43,345. Following this payout, one player matched four numbers plus Superstar to win €41,553 and 632 players matched four numbers to each win €415.53.
As there were no jackpot winners last night, the jackpot for Thursday’s SuperEnalotto draw will rise to €36.9 million. To play SuperEnalotto, players must choose six numbers between 1 and 90. If you can’t decide which numbers to choose, or want to make your decision based on the past performance of various numbers, why not take a look at our SuperEnalotto Statistics page where you can find statistical information such as the most and least commonly chosen numbers, the most overdue numbers and the most often drawn number pairs and triplets.
To see if you have won a prize in Thursday’s draw, please enter your numbers into the SuperEnalotto Results Checker after the draw. Good Luck!
12th June 2013