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He not only spent just $1 but also let computer pick numbers to win $8million in Toto draw

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One extremely fortunate man who let the computer pick the random sequence of six numbers. walked away with $8,045,163 in a recent TOTO draw. The winning amount is the second biggest ever sum won by a single individual.
He spent just $1, which is the minimum bet amount, from Kim Chwee Trading in Jurong East, featuring the prize-winning numbers of 1, 10, 24, 26, 36, and 47, as well as the additional number of 4.
Eight other consolation prize winners will also split $91, 209 among themselves.

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