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10m-euro lottery jackpot goes to winning ticket in Helsinki

It’s not yet known whether or not the payout went to a single player or if it was a pooled bet.

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Image: Ari Räsänen / Veikkaus

Saturday’s 10-million-euro lottery jackpot went to a winning ticket purchased at a K-Market grocery store in Helsinki’s Roihuvuori district, national betting agency Veikkaus said in a statement on Sunday.

It’s not yet known whether a single player or a group that pooled for the bet found themselves 10 million euros richer on Sunday morning.

The winning numbers in Saturday’s weekly draw were 8, 10, 19, 28, 34, 36 and 40. The odds of winning the jackpot were around one to 18 million.

No one chose six of the seven winning numbers plus the extra, while 6 people correctly guessed six of the seven numbers correctly for a payday of nearly 3,000 euros. Five people matched five of the numbers for around 72 euros.

A prize of 1.2 million euros is up for grabs in next week’s draw.

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