Dallas Resident Gets $1 Million Lottery Ticket, Just Missing $1.2 Billion
One lucky Dallasite just became a million dollars wealthier.
While adding an additional digit would not have made them a billionaire, it would have made a difference. However, a million dollars is not a terrible sum of money.
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Following the Powerball drawing on November 2, Texas Lottery authorities revealed the identity of the $1 million winner. The winner, who wishes to remain anonymous, is from Dallas, although they purchased the winning ticket in Round Rock, a city close to Austin.
Their “second-tier” winning ticket matched the first five white ball numbers (2-11-22-35-60) and could be claimed at the JaJa Accessories store on the third floor of the same building (900 Round Rock Avenue, Suite 305).
On November 2, seven additional Texans won $100,000, and twenty-one others won $50,000.
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Unfortunately, nobody won the jackpot by matching all five regular numbers plus the Powerball number of 23.
Instead, the winning Powerball ticket wasn’t sold until several days later in California. This winning combination includes the Powerball number 10, the numbers 10-33, 41-47, and 56, and the Powerball number 10.