Superenalotto almost 300 million in the November 3rd draw this

Superenalotto, almost 300 million in the November 3rd draw: this is a European record

the biggest jackpot in the history of European lotteries. But in the US, $1.5 billion was up for grabs on Saturday

The last time the 6 winner was met at the Superenalotto was on May 22, 2021. A year and a half ago, fortune smiled on a €2 ticket played in Montappone, in the Marche region, which won €156 million. Almost half of what could be won in today’s drawing, with the jackpot reaching the astronomical figure of 299.4 million (if not awarded, the prize pool will surpass 300 million on Saturday).

Superenalotto Powerball, the differences

In 25 years, only 124 have won the Superenalotto, which has odds of 1 in 622,614,630 combinations (guessing six numbers out of 90). Easier (sort of) to win at American Powerball, where the combinations are only 292.2 million (you have to guess 5 numbers out of 69 plus the red Powerball, 1 number out of 26). 45 out of 50 US states participate in the Powerball, plus Washington DC, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. The highest payout ($1.586 billion) came in 2016: they split it into three that played the same numbers separately. Powerball winners can choose to take it all at once, with the winnings nearly cut in half, or receive a full 29-year annual check. Almost everyone chooses the formula everyone and immediately. However, according to financial advisors, there is a mistake: there are more chances of making bad investments.

November 3, 2022 (change November 3, 2022 | 15:43)