Man wins BRL 3.9 million lottery for second time in less than 2 years

A man has won a million Canadian dollars in the lottery for the second time in his life in just over a year.

Antoine Beaini, a resident of Milton, a town of just over 130,000 people, in Canada, bought a winning Lotto Max ticket on October 23.

He, who had been drawn from a prize of the same value, also from Lotto Max, in August 2021, bought the ticket at a convenience store in town and realized he had won the prize on his way home .

“I thought, ‘again?’. It was even more shocking than my first victory. I told my wife and she was very happy,” he said in an interview with the Canadian channel. CTV News.

According to him, the money he earned will be saved so that the next generations of the family can live comfortably.

“It’s amazing. I feel really good,” he said.

According to the Lotto Max website, to play, a player must purchase a ticket worth C$5 (just under R$20). With this ticket, he can make three bets of seven numbers, ranging from 1 to 50. It is also possible to buy tickets that already have games marked.

The Canadian press, however, did not specify whether Beaini had chosen the numbers for the match – nor the tens chosen each time.

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