They won a $100,000 Powerball prize in Naranjito

One Powerball prize remained in Puerto Rico, with one lucky guy taking home $100,000 from a high school prize in Naranjito.

The electronic lottery determined that the ticket was sold out in an automatic play on November 7 at the Econo supermarket.

“They Took $100,000 From POWERBALL High School Prize!” Celebrate the electronic lottery on the social network Facebook. “Congratulations to the lucky winner,” he added.

Powerball announced yesterday afternoon that the $2.04 billion jackpot went to a ticket sold out in California. It was the highest prize in Powerball history and one of the most exciting games in the world.

The numbers for the $2,040 drawing held in Tallahassee, Florida were: the white balls were 10, 33, 41, 47 and 56, and the red power ball was 10.

In addition to the grand prize, other tickets won millionaire prizes. En Florida se vendió un premio menor de $2 millones y en Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, Carolina del Norte, New Jersey, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Carolina del Sur, Texas y Washington resultaron ganadores boletos de $1 millón Everyone.

Joe Chahayed, owner of Joe’s Service Center business in California, received a $1 million reward for selling the winning play.

The Monday night drawing was pushed back to Tuesday morning because the lottery participant had trouble processing sales. The association said it went against its policy in determining any lotteries that were overdue.

The jackpot was reported at about $1.9 billion on Monday, but it was $2.04 billion on Tuesday morning after updated calculations.

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The next draw is tomorrow, Wednesday, at $20 million.

Myrtle Frost

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