Two people Michigan Lottery wins $1 million from Powerball. A Michigan Lottery club won a $1 million Powerball grand prize.

The winners of the $1 million grand prize in the popular Michigan Lottery game Powerball are a group of people who got together to form a lottery club.

Northview Wine Shoppe at 23015 21 Mile Road in Macomb is where the winning ticket was purchased by Robert Hoerauf and his partner.

The two-person Sandy Island Cove MLC lottery club won $1 million by matching the five white balls in the Oct. 7 drawing: 47-54-57-60-65.

During the Powerball jackpot run that began on July 22 and continued until October, players of the Michigan Lottery won a combined total of over $13 million in prizes.

The second-largest lottery jackpot ever was won by a single ticket purchased in California and was worth $1.765 billion.

During the jackpot run, six players of the Michigan Lottery were awarded prizes totaling $1 million or higher.

It's understandable that some lottery players are drawn to Powerball's $173 million jackpot, but winning is unlikely.

It is likely to win the Powerball jackpot by 1 in 292.2 million times. Altogether, the chances of winning a Powerball prize are about 1 in 24.9.

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