Lone bettor wins Superlotto P265 million jackpot

Lone bettor wins Superlotto P265 million jackpot

- A lone bettor, whose identity was withheld, won the P265 million jackpot in the 6/49 Superlotto draw

- The winning combination, which could appear in any order was 6, 12, 18, 20, 32 and 41

- Fifty-three bettors were able to win the second prize of P50,000

- There was none however who won the 6/58 Ultralotto draw which has a jackpot price of P88 million

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GMA News reported that the 6/49 Superlotto draw, which had a jackpot prize of P265 million, was won, not by several individuals but by a lone bettor.

The winning combination, which can appear in any order was 06 - 12 - 18 - 20 - 32 - 41, reported Inquirer.

The winning draw was held on Sunday at 9 p.m., said Manila Bulletin, and one bettor came out as the winner.

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Lone bettor wins Superlotto P265 million jackpot
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There were also 53 individuals who bagged the second prize, which means getting five out of the six numbers correctly. The 53 would receive P50,000 each.

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In the other draw, done on the same night for the Ultralotto 6/58, no one bagged the jackpot. It had a prize of P88 million. The jackpot would keep on increasing until somebody would be able to bag it.

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