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Old 10-20-2005, 11:38 PM   #11
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They said on radio that at least one ticket is worth $800k, something about the grand prize being capped at 340 mil, so all the extra gets kicked to the 2nd place winners. Thought one of them was sold in Salem NH.
a couple weeks back one of the stores I deliver to in Pelham NH sold a 200k winner
The jackpot doesn't get capped, after it hits a certain level it will only increase in $20 million increments and any amount over that is what gets put into the pool for the second place prize. So, if 3 2nd place winning tickets were sold then yes, each on e would be worth approx. $250K each.

Still a nice chunk of change
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I believe the winner in NH is a NH senitor.
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Rat Bastard, should be required to give it back :o
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They said on radio that at least one ticket is worth $800k, something about the grand prize being capped at 340 mil, so all the extra gets kicked to the 2nd place winners. Thought one of them was sold in Salem NH.
a couple weeks back one of the stores I deliver to in Pelham NH sold a 200k winner
The jackpot doesn't get capped, after it hits a certain level it will only increase in $20 million increments and any amount over that is what gets put into the pool for the second place prize. So, if 3 2nd place winning tickets were sold then yes, each on e would be worth approx. $250K each.

Still a nice chunk of change
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Rat Bastard, should be required to give it back :o
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