Two Powerball winning tickets in Colorado to payout $100,000 and $50,000.

While a Colorado ticket didn’t produce the big estimated $2.4 billion prize in the delayed Monday Powerball drawing, the state had at least a couple of lucky winners.

A $100,000 ticket was sold from a King Soopers fuel center on Monaco Parkway in Denver and a $50,000 ticket was sold at a City Market fuel center in Grand Junction.

The lucky winner of the largest cash prize in the history of the game is a California resident.

The cash payout for the winning ticket is $997.6 million, according to PowerBall officials.

The winning numbers were 10, 33, 41, 47 and 56, and the red PowerBall was 10. The jackpot is about $400 million larger than the previous record jackpot, according to the Associated Press.

Including the ticket sold in Denver, there were twenty-two $1 million winners from around the nation. The Wednesday PowerBall grand prize drawing will be an estimated $20 million.

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