Italy: 72,6 million euro up for grabs
72,6 million euro will be rolled over during the Saturday draw for the Italian counterpart “lotka” or Superenalotto. This highest jackpot in the ten-year history of the numbers game has sparked a frenzy among millions of players. Only two times before, the value of the potential highest win was exceeded 70 million euros. In May 2005 year it amounted to 71,7 mln, and in May last year – 71,4 million euros. In Italy, there is talk of a huge accumulation then, when there is at least to be won 40 million euros. Several times over the past few years “a mountain of prizes”, what is the name of cumulation in Italian, was from 45 do 65 million euros. A basic voucher at Superenalotto costs 1 euro. Two combinations should be deleted on it 6 numbers from 1 do 90. Drawings take place three times a week – on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The Italian lottery is extremely popular, and the coupons are sold in bars. So you don't even have to go to a special lottery office. The habit of buying coupons while drinking morning coffee has become established.