The Czech winner of a record 2.5 billion crown lottery jackpot has still to come forward four days after the winning number was announced. The winning ticket was bought in the Pardubice region only one day ahead of the Eurojackpot draw. The prospective billionaire still has 30 days to come forward and claim the prize. The biggest Eurojackpot winner until now was a Finn who pocketed the equivalent of 1.7 billion crowns in the Europe-wide lottery.
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