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SuperEnaLotto offers its second largest jackpot ever worth €157.300.000

Right after one lucky ticket holder from Belgium scooped a dazzling €168.000.000 Euromillions pay-out this Tuesday night, SuperEnaLotto once again claimed the title of the game with the largest jackpot in the world. After countless rollovers Italy’s lottery titan will offer €157.300.000 on Saturday – play now and this life-changing windfall may end up in your bank account!

The winning line that failed to produce a jackpot winner on October 13th consisted of the main numbers 4, 34, 39, 60, 61 and 77. Jolly number was 85, while the Superstar was 58. Even though these bonus balls didn’t affect the jackpot, they helped several players to win impressive prizes of smaller value. Three lucky punters who correctly guessed four of the main numbers and the Superstar snatched €42.000 on Thursday. A slight amount of fortune also favoured eight participants who became €27.000 richer after matching five of the main numbers.

SuperEnalotto jackpot has been on a steady climb since July 16th last year when one lucky ticket holder from Acireale in Sicily scooped a €21.900.000 prize. The cash reward offered right now is the second most impressive windfall in the history of the game, only topped by a €177.700.000 pay-out that went to a syndicate of 70 players from Milan back in October 2010. The largest prize won by a single player was collected by Ugo Verni from Tuscany, who became €147.800.000 richer in August 2009.

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