It's hard to imagine that anyone would pass up checking their numbers after it's announced that someone won the Lotto Max jackpot.

However, that seems to be the case in Quebec, where one lucky player is currently holding a ticket worth $70 million.

No one has come forward to claim the massive prize yet, and they actually have until October of next year to do so.

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$70 Million

Winning Lotto Max Ticket

The only information that has been provided by Loto-Québec is that the ticket was purchased somewhere in Montreal with the winning numbers four, six, 12, 30, 32, 33, and 34 (with 29 as the bonus).

This is the second time this year that the maximum Lotto Max jackpot has been won by someone living in the province.

The massive prize was previously claimed by a 22-year-old grocery store clerk from Quebec City.

Loto-Québec is asking anyone who bought a ticket for the most recent draw to have it checked so they can officially identify Canada's newest multimillionaire.

The next Lotto Max jackpot is estimated at $29 million, and the draw will take place on October 16.

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