Miami Beach Woman Wins $16 Million Florida Lotto Jackpot

Magali Prins Nogueira's ticket was a gift from her daughter

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    A Miami Beach woman had the winning ticket in a $16 million Florida Lotto jackpot.

    Magali Prins Nogueira chose to receive a one-time, lump-sum payment of $11,466,184.40, the Florida Lottery said Friday.

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    Jason Gershman, a math professor at Nova Southeastern University, said winning the Powerball is all luck. Financial advisor Sebastian Guerra also discussed the slim odds of winning the lottery.

    Nogueira’s ticket, which was a gift from her daughter, was bought at the Publix located at 9400 Harding Ave. in Surfside.

    With her money, Nogueira hopes to buy a house, according to the Florida Lottery.

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    The Publix in Surfside received a $65,000 bonus commission for selling the jackpot-winning ticket.

    The next Florida Lotto drawing will be Saturday at 11:15 p.m.
     

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