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Lottery STATISTICS SuperEna statistics

SuperEna statistics

The "Jolly" number gives an additional chance to those who have matched 5 numbers. If they also match the "Jolly" number, they'll win a higher "5+1" prize.

One must match at least 3 numbers to win. The odds of winning for each category are:

MatchOdds

6

1 in 622,614,630

5+Jolly Number

1 in 103,769,105

5

1 in 1,250,230

4

1 in 11,907

3

1 in 327

The "Super Star" number is an additional number which costs extra to play. Under the old rules it was taken from the National Lotto draw in Rome (Ruota Nazionale), under the new rules it is drawn in a separate draw independently from the 6 main numbers and the "Jolly" number. This means that the Super Star number may be the same as another winning number. Matching it can increase the prize money by up to 100-fold or pay out a fixed amount even if the player fails to match any of the six main numbers.

Biggest payoffs

On May 4, 2005, a jackpot worth 71,767,565.57 (US$ 94,804,954.12) was won by a single ticket shared by ten customers at a bar in Milan. For over three years, this was the game's largest jackpot. This was later broken by a prize of 100,756,197.30 (US$ 129,753,830.88) which was won by a single ticket on October 23, 2008 in Catania. A record breaker prize of 147,807,299.08 (US$ 211,807,859.58) was won on August 22, 2009 by one ticket holder in Bagnone (Toscana). The largest jackpot up to date is worth 177,800,000 ($247,943,104) and was won by one ticket holder on October 30, 2010, the mexican young man that have the ticket claimed that he founded it in the city of Puebla, now thats being lucky.

This game is with the least probability of winning. about six time less than Euromillions lottery