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The Powerball jackpot record-holder now is $365 million, which was won by eight ConAgra Foods workers in Nebraska in 2006, (http://news.
Friday's Thunderball numbers were 16, 15, 29, 12, 35, with Thunderball 12; Friday's Daily Play numbers were 15, 21, 27, 12, 13, 16, 7 (no jackpot winners).
Despite expectations that Mega Millions, the expanded 12-state lottery game, would quickly overshadow California's own Super Lotto, early sales show that the bigger jackpot game has yet to spread.
To celebrate the company's one-year anniversary, Jackpot Rewards[TM](www.
If one ticket matches all six numbers for the $586 million jackpot, the winner will have the choice of receiving the full jackpot in 30 annual payments, or a cash prize of approximately $316.
Progressive jackpot games have the potential to grow to an enormous size.
The California Lottery was initiated in 1985, and since then 15 jackpot prizes have gone unclaimed.
Despite winning the jackpot, White will continue in her position at the bank, though $1 million will provide her with a new level of financial freedom.
The elegant grey dress, adorned with three exotic parrots, will be introduced as part of the spring collection 2012 from Jackpot.
Lotto-crazed hopefuls waited in long lines Thursday to shell out dollar after dollar across the San Fernando Valley in hopes of capturing Saturday's record $171 million jackpot.
NYSE:WMS), today reported that a casino patron recently won the largest-to-date jackpot for a WMS Reel Heroes[R] wide-area progressive game.
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