SuperEnalotto beats Lotto hands down
Last Updated: Thursday 23rd September 2010, 00:27
On Saturday, lottery players in the UK will have an estimated £4 million jackpot to play for, but tonight another lottery across Europe looks likely to be smashing records for the world’s biggest lottery jackpot. The SuperEnalotto Italian Lottery beats the UK Lotto hands down this week with a lottery jackpot up for grabs tonight of €143.4 million, it’s just a couple of million off the world’s record lottery jackpot, also on the SuperEnalotto worth €147 million and won in August last year.
It’s an unimaginable amount of cash, yet you can’t help wondering what you would spend it on! The SuperEnalotto Italy draw is to be held this evening, and then again on Saturday. If tonight’s jackpot isn’t won then it may be that by Saturday we’ll have a new lottery record jackpot.
It’s quite possible the SuperEnalotto Italian Lottery will roll again, after all odds of winning are some of the longest in the world. To win this Italian Lottery jackpot you must match six balls, drawn in the lottery draw (just like the National Lottery and many other lotteries from around the world) but you’re actually choosing from a pool of 90 balls, making the SuperEnalotto Italian Lottery one of the hardest in the world to win.
You can play the SuperEnalotto Italy online, even if you’re not in Italy or Italian or simply buy lottery tickets for the National Lottery Saturday night draw for an estimated £4.3 million. Whichever you chose to play, good luck!