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One lucky SuperEnalotto lotto ticket scoops record €177-million Italian lottery jackpot!

After months of rollovers, the SuperEnalotto jackpot has finally been won by one lucky ticket holder. The jackpot was €177,729,043.16 and is the biggest jackpot to date for the popular Italian lottery game.

The draw took place on Saturday, 30th October 2010 and the winner still needs to come forward. Just over 150,000 other lucky ticket holders won smaller divisional prizes ranging from €16 up to €22,378.

The statistical odds of winning the Italian SuperEnalotto jackpot is 1 in 622,614,630.

The main SuperEnalotto winning numbers drawn during the official draw held in Rome, Italy, was 4-26-40-54-55-67. The bonus "jolly" ball was 41.

The second biggest jackpot to date was won in August 2009 when a lucky individual received payment of €147-million.

SuperEnalotto draws take place weekly every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Lottery players from over the world can now participate in the SuperEnalotto by purchasing tickets over the internet.

Update: It is now clear that a syndicate of 70 lotto players were responsible for the lotto ticket generating the record SuperEnalotto win. The 70 members will share the jackpot and if they share the jackpot equally, each should receive €2,538,986.33.

Who is the lucky winner?
Who is the lucky winner?

 



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