New Jersey man claims $315 million Powerball jackpot

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"North Dakota Powerball players have had some pretty good luck in 2018", said Randy Miller, director of the North Dakota Lottery, in the press release.

According to the 55-year-old account, he stopped at a 7-Eleven to check his tickets when he discovered he won.

"This is big. I am very emotional right now".

The next day, Souami found out he'd won in a dramatic fashion.

The identity of the victor, a New Jersey resident, won't be revealed until a 2 p.m. press conference at state Lottery headquarters in Trenton on Friday, officials said.

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The father of two chose to take the $183 million cash payout and remain in his New Jersey hometown.

"When I went inside, I scanned the first ticket and it wasn't the victor". He liked the number and was feeling lucky, so he purchased two tickets using the money he got from the returned orange juice and mostly forgot about the lottery for the rest of the day. "And she kept saying, "Oh, my God".

Souami, who is a married father of four, came to the United States in 1996. "Oh, my God.' It's like when you see a 'Tom and Jerry" cartoon: "The heart goes boom boom boom boom".

"I have to take care of them", he told ABC. His windfall is the fourth largest jackpot in the history of the New Jersey Lottery.

In April, a New Jersey man claimed a $533 million Mega Millions jackpot.