THE luck flowed in a little too quickly yesterday morning for the organisers of San Miguel's lucky draw for the territory's most valuable street sign. An 11.30 am lunch had been arranged for the 110 people who had pulled the right ring-pull in a promotion last month - and who were hoping to win the 168-tael gold sign. But by 10.30 am - far earlier than anybody had calculated - a winner had already been found. ''Perhaps some of you could amuse yourselves for an hour, before coming back to celebrate,'' marketing directorDeoji Villadolid said hopefully. And despite their disappointment at not winning the big prize, most of them did come back. The man who was really celebrating - with an earlier than usual swig of the appropriate fizzy stuff - was 30-year-old decorator So Wing-wa. He looked bemused at his surprise win, which at yesterday's prices was worth more than $583,000 - about six years' salary in one go. ''I have never won any prize before and I certainly don't know what I will do with this one,'' said Mr So. ''I'm not usually a lucky guy.''. He lives with his family in Hunghom and said he was still looking for a special girlfriend. The lucky draw numbers had been carefully selected by the organisers. ''No fours because it sounds like death, no fives because that sounds like a negative - and plenty of money-spinning eights,'' explained San Mig's PR manager, Judy Wong. The gold-bar street sign weighed precisely 168 taels ''because that sounds like 'prosper all the way','' Ms Wong told us. But ironically, after all that careful number-choosing, it was the 13th person to choose a number who got it right.