by Karl Utermohlen | October 31, 2013 12:52 pm
Against all odds, a Florida man won a multimillion dollar lottery jackpot twice in two years.
USA Today reports that James Bozeman Jr. claimed a $3 million jackpot from the Florida Lottery drawing that took place on Thursday, Aug. 31. This was his second lucky prize in as many years as the Tallahassee resident won a $10 million jackpot last year.
Bozeman went to the same convenience store for both tickets and he used a different set of numbers the second time around. The lucky 67-year-old added that he is planning on switching up the numbers again as he looks to win a third lottery.
Instead of getting all the money at once, Bozeman will receive payments of $100,000 every year for the next 30 years.
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