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select distinct (tb1.SupporterID), tb1.lotteryNumber, tb1.DrawNumber, tb1.PrizeDrawID, tb1.prizeValue, tb1.winningTicket, tb1.title, tb1.initials, tb1.surname, tb1.address1,tb1.address2,tb1.address3,tb1.address4, tb1.supporterNumber, tb1.prizeName from ( select distinct pw1.SupporterID, pw1.PrizeWinID, Lpt.lotteryNumber, pw1.DrawNumber, pw1.PrizeDrawID, pd.prizeValue, pw1.winningTicket, pw1.title, pw1.initials, pw1.surname, pw1.address1,pw1.address2,pw1.address3,pw1.address4, s.supporterNumber, p.prizeName from prize_win pw1 inner join ( select pt.purchasedTicketID,L.lotteryNumber from purchased_Ticket pt inner join lottery L on pt.lotteryID = L.lotteryID where L.lotteryNumber between 215 and 230) Lpt on pw1.PurchasedTicketID = Lpt.purchasedTicketID inner join prize_draw pd on pw1.PrizeDrawID = pd.PrizeDrawID inner join supporter s on pw1.SupporterID = s.SupporterID inner join prize p on pw1.PrizeDrawID = p.PrizeDrawID) tb1 inner join (select pw1.SupporterID, pw1.PrizeWinID from prize_win pw1 inner join ( select pt.purchasedTicketID from purchased_Ticket pt inner join lottery L on pt.lotteryID = L.lotteryID where L.lotteryNumber between 215 and 230) Lpt on pw1.PurchasedTicketID = Lpt.purchasedTicketID ) tb2 on tb1.SupporterID = tb2.SupporterID where tb1.PrizeWinID <> tb2.PrizeWinID order by tb1.SupporterID asc;
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