Hispanic who won $4 million Powerball in California said he had a feeling | The USA Print

Las probabilidades de llevarse el premio mayor de Powerball son de una en 292.2 millones.

The odds of winning the Powerball jackpot are one in 292.2 million.

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Hispanic man who won $4 million Powerball in California said he had a feeling that he would be victorious.

Misael Cruz, winner in the run on January 30claimed his prize this week.

The California Lottery reported Wednesday that the player matched five of the six figures in the series. If he had matched all 6 digits, he would have won the $600 million jackpot.

The Hispanic obtained the ticket at an ARCO gas station in the 16120 block of Slover Avenue in Fontana.

I had a feeling the day I bought my tickets”Cruz told the California Lottery. “The clerk wished me good luck. As he was walking out the door, I said to myself, ‘what if I win?’” he recounted.

Cruz guessed the numbers 1, 4, 12, 36 and 49. However, he came up short with the Powerball 5.

The man’s son was the one who alerted him that he could have wonsince he realized that the ticket had been purchased at the store where his father often went.

“I was sitting on my couch and my son sent me a text,” Cruz explained. “He said, ‘Dad, don’t you buy your lottery tickets at that gas station in Fontana?’ I buy them there all the time. He told me that someone won the Powerball there, ”the lucky man revealed.

Cruz proceeded to look up the numbers online and her heart began to beat faster. realizing that they were the ones on his ticket.

I looked at my girlfriend and she didn’t believe that I won because I didn’t show any emotion. I was in shock. I could not believe it. I had to check the numbers three times!” she recalled.

Cruz described himself as a regular lottery player. He added that bought the ticket because the jackpot was growing rapidly.

“I know exactly why I won. Exactly why,” Cruz said. “I help a lot of people and I never expect anything in return. It is what I teach my children. I know that I was rewarded for helping, ”she considered.

“I will continue helping people. I will invest something, but this money is not going to change me as a person. I will continue to buy at the cheapest prices, ”she added about the use she will make of her profit.

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