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By Emma Margolin

Tennessee is the place the be.

For the sixth time ever — and second time in 2016 — a lottery player in the Volunteer State has won the Powerball jackpot, this time scoring a staggering prize of $420.9 million.

Lottery officials said Saturday after the draw that the single winning ticket beat 292 million-to-1 odds, netting the 11-largest jackpot on record.

Related: Tennessee Ticket Wins Entire $421 Million Powerball Jackpot

The biggest Powerball prize in history came in earlier this year at a cool $1.6 billion, and was divided among three winning tickets in January. One of those lucky ticket-holders again hailed from Tennessee: the Robinson family, who took home a lump sum payment of $327.8 million.

So who is Tennessee’s newest Powerball winner? It’s still a mystery. The only clue that the state lottery has given so far is that the ticket was sold in Lafayette, in Macon County.

In a statement Sunday, Tennessee Lottery officials advised the as-yet unknown jackpot winner to sign the back of the ticket, keep it in a secure location, consult with a financial adviser and call the Lottery’s headquarters in Nashville. The winner has 180 days from the date of the drawing to claim the prize.

In the meantime, party in Tennessee!

Tennessee Education Lottery employees Leslie Jones, left, and Linda Trotter cut and serve cake during a kickoff celebration of the Powerball at the lottery headquarters in Nashville, Tenn. Monday, April 19, 2004.AP