A lottery ticket has been given to an Australian, who has made a remarkable journey from the country where lottery tickets were only sold in the 1980s to the biggest lottery in the world.ABC News.ABC AdvertisementThe ticket was handed to Jason Hildreth, who is in his early 30s, after he made a bet with his brother.
“It’s the only way I can be sure I won the jackpot,” Jason said.
“There’s no way I won’t win, because the odds are against me.”
I’ve never had a bad day in my life, but there’s no doubt in my mind it’s the luckiest day of my life.
“Jason, who works as a cleaner, had a bet on the state of the market, and he had a winning bet.
The pair have been together for 18 years and Jason said he was hoping to win more lottery tickets as his brother did.”
We have been lucky enough to have had two of the best bets we have had, and that’s not even counting the lucky numbers we have,” Jason told ABC News.”
But if I had known how lucky I was, I would have bet a bit more.””
I bet a lot, but that was the luck I needed to win,” he said.
Jason said he could not wait to put the lucky number in his pocket and take a picture of it with his smartphone.
Jason, Jason’s brother, was one of several lottery winners who were awarded with lottery tickets, which are usually awarded by chance in states with high population.
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