ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - An Albuquerque man whose birthday is next week is the state's latest millionaire.
John Baker came forward Friday to claim his $2 million prize from Wednesday's Powerball drawing.
Baker bought five tickets, and two of those won $1 million apiece.
He said he chooses the numbers based on a personal formula he memorized when he used to play keno.
His ticket showed he uses the same numbers in different combinations.
He bought the lucky ticket a the 7-Eleven store on San Pedro Drive NE.
Baker said he plans to spend some of the jackpot and save some, too.
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