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Texas Man Finds His Lottery Luck Waiting in Maryland

June 15th, 2017

Work brought Texan Wendall “Terry” Rushing to Baltimore and to his $100,000 winning Maximum Jackpot instant ticket.

Wins $100,000 playing Maximum Jackpot scratch-off game

Two years ago, Wendall “Terry” Rushing came to Baltimore to help build a power plant, carrying with him a duffel bag full of clothes and little else. He’ll return to his family in East Texas in about six weeks with a whole lot more, including a $100,000 Maryland Lottery scratch-off prize.

“It was tough being away for so long, though I have enjoyed myself here,” said the quality control officer, “especially since January.” That was the month Terry picked out a Maximum Jackpot scratch-off at Chrome Dairy & Deli in Rising Sun.

“I carried it around with me in a knapsack for two weeks before I played it,” said the 50-year-old. “I worked the night shift then and liked having them to scratch during breaks.”

He studied the instant ticket and studied it some more, he said, trying to figure out if what he was seeing was true. “I’ve played these things for a long time, here and back home. I never, ever expected to win a prize this big.”

Once he was convinced he’d found a $100,000 win, the happy man asked a good friend at the plant to take a look, just to confirm the big win. “He’s the one that erased any doubt,” said the loyal scratch-off player. “We both broke into smiles, though, to tell you the truth, he was as happy for me as I was, maybe more.”

Terry’s family will be pleased to learn that he plans to take an extra month or two off before finding his next big project. “I can usually only relax for a week or so when a job gets done,” said the happy winner. “This will allow me to spend a good spell home.”

The Texas man’s $100,000 win captures the final top prize the Maximum Jackpot game had to offer. His lucky Cecil County retailer is also a winner. For selling a top-prize scratch-off in the $10 game, Chrome Dairy & Deli located at 221 West Main Street in Rising Sun will earn a $1,000 bonus from the Lottery.

Numero Uno Amigo Claims $50,000 Powerball Prize

June 15th, 2017

“Tres Amigos” won $50,000 in the June 10 Powerball drawing.

When one of the “Tres Amigos” decided to visit her uncle, she also decided to purchase a Powerball ticket using lucky numbers supplied by her cousin. The Upper Marlboro woman’s $2 ticket landed her a $50,000 prize in the Saturday, June 10 drawing.

The teacher made her winning purchase at Discount Tobacco located at 7069 Martin Luther King Highway in Landover. Several days passed before the Prince George’s County resident checked her ticket and that was only at her uncle’s suggestion. A California player had won the jackpot but more than 64,000 Marylanders won prizes of $4 to $50,000. Could she be one of the lucky winners?

“I handed over the ticket to him and he scanned it,” said the youngest of the “Tres Amigos.” Her uncle was puzzled at first because the ticket checker said to report to Maryland Lottery headquarters in Baltimore to claim the prize.

“I was curious now,” she said, “so I went to another retailer and the ticket checker revealed it was a $50,000 winning ticket. We were all screaming with joy! It took us a day to calm down.”

Her lucky ticket was one of two in Maryland to win a $50,000 prize and one of 73 nationwide to win that amount in the June 10 drawing.

The “Tres Amigos” traveled together to Baltimore to help the 25-year-old claim her prize. What are her plans for spending her winnings? “I will do what my heart pleases and save the rest!” she said.

The trio’s to-do list includes playing Mega Millions together to try their luck. They sure hope “Tres Amigos” can win again! The Mega Millions jackpot for Friday’s drawing is $113 million with a cash option of $70.4 million (before taxes).

Powerball Detailed Results – 06/14/2017

June 15th, 2017


Powerball Detailed Results
Wednesday, June 14
Match PB Winners Prize Amounts Number of Winners in MD Power Play Winners In MD
5 1 0 Jackpot 0
5 0 0 $1,000,000 0 0
4 1 4 $50,000 0 0
4 0 266 $100 7 0
3 1 618 $100 14 0
3 0 17,378 $7 415 55
2 1 14,222 $7 338 47
1 1 114,827 $4 2,474 342
0 1 280,963 $4 6,099 811
TOTAL 428,278 9,347 1,255
Jackpot Winner NO
Jackpot Amount
Cash Option
Next Drawing Saturday   06/17/17
Jackpot Amount $52,000,000
Cash Option $32,400,000

Scratch-off Player’s Stop For Gas Fills Bank Account Instead

June 14th, 2017

His timely stop for gas led to a $100,000 top-prize win on The Big $10 Ticket.

Poolesville man wins top prize on The Big $10 Ticket

Winning a $100,000 top prize on a Maryland Lottery scratch-off sent Richard McKinley of Poolesville out the door of Jessup Shell and back on the road – without remembering to pump the gas he bought along with his lucky instant ticket.

The transportation industry worker was headed to his job when he made his timely stop. Richard bought The Big $10 Ticket and scratched it off in the store. After seeing he matched one number on the $10 scratch-off, Richard scanned it using the store’s ticket checker before revealing the amount of the prize.

“The message that came up said it was too large to claim and I had to bring it to Lottery headquarters,” Richard said. “I then scratched the prize and saw it was $100,000. At that point, I left the store and forgot to pump my gas!”

The 58-year-old Montgomery County resident tried to call his wife but she didn’t answer the phone. “I finally got in touch with her and she still didn’t believe me,” he told Lottery officials. “I then took a picture of the ticket and sent it to her.”

The big winner has no immediate plans for his windfall other than paying bills. The lucky retailer that sold the winning scratch-off, Jessup Shell at 8755 Washington Blvd. in Jessup, will receive a $1,000 bonus from the Lottery for selling a top-prize instant ticket.

Lots of prizes remain on The Big $10 Ticket, which launched last November. Players can look for the one remaining $100,000 top prize, nine $10,000 prizes along with thousands of others ranging from $10 to $1,000.

Routine Leads to $50,000 Powerball Prize for Bowie Man

June 14th, 2017

Bought one of two lucky tickets in the June 10 drawing

Unlike Powerball players around the country, a Bowie man wasn’t chasing the $447.8 million jackpot in the June 10 drawing when he lined up to buy his $4 ticket. The 58-year-old simply enjoys his routine and plays Mega Millions and Powerball no matter how high the jackpots climb.

Imagine his surprise to discover he held one of two $50,000 winning tickets sold in Maryland in the drawing! On Friday, June 9, the lucky husband stopped at 7-Eleven #26817 located at 2616 Annapolis Road in Severn to buy a snack, two quick-pick Powerball tickets and a Mega Millions ticket. He then headed home to his wife.

“It really was not about the jackpot,” he said. “I was going to play either way.”

The June 10 Powerball drawing came and went, giving a lucky player in California the jackpot prize. Our loyal player didn’t think about checking his tickets until Sunday. While waiting for his wife to finish getting ready for their lunch date, the curious dad checked his tickets using the Lottery app on his cell phone.

“I was shocked when I saw that my numbers were matching,” he said. “It still didn’t seem real.”

The uncertain player handed the ticket to his adult daughter to check and, sure enough, he’d won $50,000. When his wife was finally ready to go out to eat, he shared his great news.

“It was unbelievable,” she said.

The Prince George’s County resident was one of two players who bought $50,000 winning tickets in Maryland and one of 73 such winners nationwide. The happy couple, who came to Lottery headquarters in Baltimore together to claim the prize, had not decided what they’ll do with the winnings. They do plan to keep playing both Powerball and Mega Millions!

Mega Millions Detailed Results 06/13/17

June 14th, 2017


Mega Millions Detailed Results
Tuesday, June 13
27-51-62-68-75 – 08
Megaplier x3
Match Mega Ball Total Winners Prize Amount Number of Winners in MD Total Number of Megaplier Winners In MD
5 1 0 Jackpot 0
5 0 2 $1,000,000 0 0
4 1 35 $5,000 0 0
4 0 348 $500 11 1
3 1 1,636 $50 50 4
2 1 23,317 $5 652 54
3 0 38,684 $5 1,092 118
1 1 345,297 $2 9,372 907
0 1 997,891 $1 27,214 2,845
TOTAL 1,407,210 38,391 3,929
Jackpot Winner NO
Jackpot Amount
Cash Option
Next Drawing Friday   06/16/17
Jackpot Amount $113,000,000
Cash Option  $70,400,000

Crossword Scratch-off Fan Sees Loyalty Rewarded

June 13th, 2017

Baltimore man wins $10,000

A Baltimore man who has tried just about every game the Maryland Lottery has to offer over the years said he always returns to crossword-style instant tickets as his go-to game. The youth counselor’s choice paid off with a $10,000 prize.

“I picked out the Deluxe Crossword game and took it home to play,” said the 61-year-old winner. “It seems like I’ve played it a million times. I’m that familiar with how it works, so when I saw the number of words I was uncovering, I knew something special was happening.”

Despite that familiarity with the game and despite what he was seeing, the loyal player remained unconvinced about his win. “Half of my brain was telling me that I’d won $10,000 but the other half was saying no,” he said. “It took some time for me to accept that it was real.”

It hardly took any time at all, however, to decide how to spend his winnings. “I hadn’t even really caught my breath yet when I could see myself depositing the Lottery check in the bank,” he said. “I’ve always been a saver, have always wanted to have extra cash in case of problems. I’ll soon have a bigger rainy day fund than I ever expected.”

The owners of Paradise Liquors at 2223 Pennsylvania Avenue in Baltimore, which is where he found his winning scratch-off, are sure to see our winner’s face again. “Once I’ve had luck in a place, I tend to go back. That’s my plan now,” he said. “I want that $50,000 top prize.”

The $5 Crossword Deluxe game has four of those $50,000 top prizes remaining along with 10 $10,000 prizes and thousands of others ranging from $5 to $1,000.

Multi-Match Detailed Results 12 JUNE 17

June 13th, 2017
Multi-Match Detailed Results
Monday, June 12th, 2017
5 of 6 ($1,000) 12
4 of 6 ($20) 656
3 of 6 ($2) 9,502


Number of Winners Matching on Multiple Lines
10+ of 18 ($2,000) 1
9 of 18 ($500) 10
8 of 18 ($100) 67
 7 of 18 ($20) 491
6 of 18 ($7) 2,240
9 of 18 ($2) 7,524
Jackpot Winner NO
Amount Won N/A
Cash Option N/A
Next Drawing Thursday, June 15th, 2017
Jackpot Amount $875,000
Cash Option $475,000



Novice Powerball Player Wins $150,000 Prize

June 13th, 2017

Virginia man buys ticket while passing through Maryland

The Powerball jackpot had rolled to $375 million for the June 7 drawing and a Virginia man, who was rolling through Maryland, stopped at a Bethesda 7-Eleven for refreshments and his first-ever Powerball ticket.

“I was passing through, heading out of town, and decided to play,” said the 31-year-old. “I don’t normally gamble. The clerk helped me through the purchase.”

He added Power Play to the quick-pick ticket and got back on the road for New Jersey, where he planned to visit his girlfriend’s family. After the drawing, the curious first-time player decided to check his ticket. Was he ever in for a surprise!

“I was looking at my laptop by myself and saw I’d won,” he said. “I was in shock.”

The Prince William County resident didn’t whoop or holler, he said, because that isn’t his style. He did quickly share the good news with his family “and my girl,” he said. “They were pretty excited.”

The lucky novice was one of two Marylanders to win the third-tier $50,000 prize in the June 7 drawing. But his prize was multiplied because he paid an extra $1 on each of the five lines on his ticket to add the Power Play option. The Power Play multiplier for the drawing was 3, which tripled his win to $150,000. Not a bad haul for a $15 ticket.

Our happy winner, who works in the music industry, plans to put his prize in the bank for now. He might play Powerball again, he said, and his lucky retailer is ready to assist! The 7-Eleven store is located at 7820 Wisconsin Avenue in Bethesda.

Baltimore Bride-to-be Enjoys Stunning Lottery Luck – Twice!

June 13th, 2017

Two Super Crossword scratch-offs purchased in March, May both deliver $10,000 wins

A Baltimore bride-to-be whose wedding is in September thinks her late grandfather is the one to thank for her truly amazing Maryland Lottery win. She purchased two $10 Super Crossword scratch-offs – one in March and another in May – and both of them delivered $10,000 prizes.

The lucky winner, who works as a hair stylist, said she buys instant tickets occasionally when she stops for gas and has extra cash. She also enjoys playing Mega Millions.

The 27-year-old bought one of her winning tickets at Rosedale Shell, located at 7514 Pulaski Highway in Baltimore, while the other came from Dundalk Sunoco at 909 Dundalk Avenue in Baltimore.

“It was a big shocker,” she said. “I think it’s just good energy. I try to help people when I can. My grandfather died in January, and I think this is him giving something back to me.”

While she was excited about her big double wins, she kept the tickets in a safe and didn’t rush to cash them.

“I’ve been busy working and planning the wedding, and I love shoes and purses, so I didn’t want to spend it all,” the lucky winner said with a smile. She plans to use the prize to help pay for her wedding.

The Super Crossword game launched in December, and two of its $100,000 top prizes remain unclaimed. Players can also look for 12 $10,000 prizes and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $10 to $1,000.