IN victor of $435.3M Powerball wants to remain anonymous

The victor of Powerball's 10th largest jackpot was an IN man who wishes to remain anonymous.

"He then called his dad who joked, I thought you were calling to tell me you won the lottery?' to which the victor replied, maybe I did", said the winner's representative, Jennifer Dzwonar.

The man who purchased the winning ticket at SuperTest in Lafayette made a decision to keep his identity concealed from the public, according to Hoosier Lottery officials. The jackpot is the seventh-largest in the history of Powerball.

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"The victor is very family orientated and close with his siblings and parents".

One Indiana man is $189 million dollars richer, thanks to a lump sum payout on a massive Powerball jackpot.

IN has the most Powerball wins in the nation - with 39 since the game started. "He plans to give some money to family to help family members pay for their education and maybe make an advanced degree himself", Dzwonar said. The spokesperson said he purchased the winning ticket on the day of the drawing. The Red Powerball number was 11, and the winning Power Play number was 2.

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The winning numbers were: 10-13-28-52-61.

"He remembered the Powerball was 2 and he had hit 2 on one of the tickets", Dzwonar said. The ticket was sold at a family-owned Super-Test gas station in Lafayette. The victor has the option to take the $435 million as a 30-year annuity or in a one-time lump sum of $263 million.

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