The frenetic action on the Italian Superenalotto is set to continue this week after Tuesday's draw failed to produce a winner, boosting the jackpot to an all time high of €131 million.
The really, really lucky winner will need to match six numbers in a field of 1-to-90 at the next drawing on Thursday to win what is arguably the world's largest lottery jackpot.
If there's a winner Thursday, he or she will overtake the Spanish player who won €126.2 million on May 10 this year in a multiple-country lottery.
Italy's Superenalotto jackpot was last won in January. Its largest previous jackpot to date was €100.7 million won in October 2008.
Source: InfoPowa News