Do you remember that $235M Powerball ticket that was sold at a Publix in Tampa? Well, somebody claimed.

It’s a 23 year old kid.

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Thomas Yi, 23, of Land O’ Lakes, won the March 27 drawing, lottery officials said.

“Even after matching all six numbers, I was in disbelief and took my ticket to a retailer to have it checked,” Yi said. “The clerk at the counter instantly became excited and kept repeating that I had won the $235 million Powerball jackpot. I knew then that this would be life changing.”

Yi decided to take the lump sum payment of $160,038,447.27. He said that despite his newfound wealth, he plans to continue going to college to pursue a degree in business or the medical field.

“I bought just one ticket. I think if it is meant to be, that’s all you need.”

He bought the quick-pick ticket from a Publix in Lutz. The store gets a $95,000 commission for selling the winning ticket.


Chad Wyrick

By Chad Wyrick

ATP creator. Content appearances on Fox News, SEC Network, Barstool Sports, 247Sports, ESPN Radio, among others. Played football at Marshall University and Bluefield College.

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