This is one lucky guy! A Lotto Max jackpot winner from Quebec just won his second multimillion-dollar prize in the span of 10 years. He even bought both winning tickets at the same store.\nFor the Lotto Max draw on June 16, Mauricie resident Michel Bordeleau became a big winner for the second time in 10 years.\nBordeleau snagged the $15,000,000 jackpot for that draw and plans to share the cash with his wife and three children.\nThe day after the winning numbers were drawn, he checked his ticket multiple times and even asked his wife for help before realizing that his numbers matched.\n"I stood there frozen when I realized I was winning for a second time, it's just unbelievable," he told Loto-Québec.\nEven before he checked his ticket in-store, Bordeleau called the retailer he bought it from to tell him about the win.\nThis is also a big win for the store where he bought the ticket.\nThe retailer will get a 1% commission of $150,000.\nIt's actually the same place that the lucky man bought his winning ticket back in 2010, so it's the second time this spot has gotten a big commission.\nView this post on Instagram Brooks group wins big on Lotto Max draw. Full story in link in bio. #YQL #LNN #Brooks #LottoMax A post shared by Lethbridge News Now (@lethnewsnow) on May 15, 2020 at 12:35pm PDT\nBack in 2010, Bordeleau was one of 11 winners of a $25,000,000 Lotto Max jackpot.\nEven though it was a shared win, he still took home a lot of cash — $2,500,000.\nView this post on Instagram Double tap if you LOVE cake and est. $50 million Lotto Max jackpots 😍🍰 #CakeDay * Double-touchez si vous adorez le gâteau et le gros lot du Lotto Max de 50 millions de dollars (approx.). A post shared by Atlantic Lottery (@atlanticlottery) on Nov 26, 2019 at 7:46am PST\nThere have been lots of big winners for this game from Quebec.\nTwo friends won $6,500,000 in May and one even called the other at 5:00 a.m. to share the good news.\nBack in February, a family of eight shared the $70 million jackpot, the biggest lotto prize ever given out in Quebec, after a 22-year-old bought the winning ticket.\nAt the beginning of May, a grandmother from Yellowknife also won a historic $55 million Lotto Max jackpot.\nCover photo used for illustrative purposes.