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Cash4Life Detailed Results – 06/23/16

June 23rd, 2016


Cash4Life Detailed Results
Thursday, June 23
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Match CashBall Winners Prize Amounts Number of Winners in MD
5 1 0 $1,000 a day for life 0
5 0 0 $1,000 a week for life 0
4 1 15 $2,500 2
4 0 25 $500 1
3 1 567 $100 53
3 0 1,888 $25 187
2 1 11,459 $10 1,087
2 0 35,886 $4 3,289
1 1 74,379 $2 6,902
TOTAL 124,219 11,521
Top Prize Winner NO
Next Drawing   Monday    06/27/16

Keno Delivers Bittersweet $30,000 Win to Glen Burnie Player

June 23rd, 2016

Daughter finds Lottery luck playing her late father’s favorite game

A 42-year-old Glen Burnie woman received a bittersweet $30,000 Keno win a day after her father passed away and only days before Father’s Day.

The cosmetologist told Maryland Lottery officials that she was feeling very down after her 72-year-old dad’s death the previous day. To feel better, she decided to play a few games of Keno at the Ritchie BP in Prince George’s County.

“My dad and I were pretty close and the only thing I could think of to take my mind off of his passing was to play a little Keno,” she said as she held back tears. “It was one of his favorite Lottery games to play. So, I figured I would give it a shot on my way home from work.”

The Anne Arundel County resident doesn’t play Keno very often, she said. She decided to play 10 draws on an 8-spot ticket and added the Bonus feature.

“The only thing that would make this win perfect is if my father was still here to help me enjoy it,” she said. “It almost feels like he’s up in heaven and making sure I’m being taking care of now that he’s gone.”

After paying a few bills, the winner said she might take a much-needed vacation to Barbados to relax and remember her beloved father. Her winning numbers for the June 2 game were 1, 8, 10, 11, 16, 24, 32 and 77.

Also a winner is the Prince George’s County Lottery retailer. Ritchie BP located at 1322 Ritchie Road in Capitol Heights receives a $300 bonus from the Lottery for selling a winning Keno ticket of $10,000 or up.

Silver Spring Man Claims Jan. 15 Bonus Match 5 Prize

June 23rd, 2016

January drawing delivered $50,000 top-prize win

A Silver Spring resident who held on to a $50,000 winning Bonus Match 5 ticket since January finally arrived at Lottery headquarters in Baltimore to claim his prize.

The 79-year-old paid $6 for nine lines of Bonus Match 5 numbers for the Jan. 15 drawing, letting the Lottery terminal quick pick his digits. He watched the drawing that night and saw the five numbers on the fourth line of his ticket match all five of the winning numbers: 11, 12, 24, 28 and 30. The Montgomery County resident kept the winning ticket safe until this week, when he got a ride to Lottery headquarters in Baltimore to make his claim.

“I knew right away, but I didn’t say anything to anyone,” the winner said. The loyal player has no plans for the prize other than paying bills.

His lucky retailer is Kensington Liberty located at 10550 Connecticut Avenue in Kensington. The store received a banner from the Lottery to celebrate its sale of a $50,000 winning Bonus Match 5 ticket. The Montgomery County retailer also received a $500 bonus from the Lottery for selling the ticket.

Bonus Match 5 drawings take place every night seven days a week. Five winning balls are selected from a range of 1 to 39, as well as a Bonus Ball that provides additional chances to win. Players win the $50,000 top prize if they match all five numbers. There are five other prize levels ranging from $2 to $600 for players who match two, three or four numbers and the Bonus Ball.

Powerball Detailed Results – 06/22/16

June 23rd, 2016


Powerball Detailed Results
Wednesday, June 22
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 15 $50,000 0 0
4 0 414 $100 8 0
3 1 1,098 $100 17 2
3 0 25,995 $7 616 82
2 1 22,170 $7 441 62
1 1 173,259 $4 3,668 473
0 1 430,274 $4 9,397 1,328
TOTAL 653,225 14,147 1,947
Jackpot Winner NO
Jackpot Amount
Cash Option
Next Drawing Saturday  06/25/16
Jackpot Amount $203,000,000
Cash Option $138,200,000

$20,000 Scratch-off Win has Fitness Fanatic Pumping Fists, Not Iron

June 22nd, 2016
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Bodybuilder Jonathan Lepito of Bel Air won $20,000 playing a $10 Neon x20 scratch-off.

Wins prize on Neon x20 scratch-off

A Bel Air bodybuilder just powerlifted a $20,000 Maryland Lottery prize, pocketing the sum after scratching off a lucky Neon x20 scratch-off. Fitness may be Jonathan Lepito’s passion, but he’s also finding fun in another pursuit – winning the Lottery.

The excitement began when the 33-year-old purchased a couple of $10 Neon x20 scratch-offs Friday morning at the Fallston BP before helping a friend move. When the moving van was empty, Jonathan headed home to enjoy his instant tickets.

He scratched off all of the numbers on the instant ticket first, only revealing the prize if he had a match. On one ticket, Jonathan found a match and, then, beneath the matching number, revealed the last $20,000 prize in the game.

The windfall is a thrill for the player, who said his personal best for a Lottery prize was $250. The busy bodybuilder works nearly 70 hours a week, splitting his time between Retro Fitness and an area GNC supplement store. Jonathan said he may use his prize to take a long-awaited vacation and push his training to the next level. “I’d like to begin competing in bodybuilding or powerlifting and this could help me train and eat well,” he said.

He found his lucky ticket at the Fallston BP gas and convenience store located on 1515 Bel Air Road in Fallston. The game still has two $100,000 top prizes awaiting discovery and over 80,000 other unclaimed prizes ranging from $10 to $1,000.

Retired Postal Carrier Delivers Soup and $50,000 Lottery Prize

June 22nd, 2016
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Retired postal carrier David Williams delivered his own $50,000 scratch-off prize!

Wins with $5 Hot Hand scratch-off

Shady Side resident David Williams has delivered everything from ice cream to mail over the years. This week, while picking up carryout food at a local restaurant, the retired postal carrier added a $5 Hot Hand scratch-off to his purchase and delivered his own $50,000 top-prize win!

The 80-year-old began his career as an ice cream man, meeting his wife Alice along his delivery route nearly 60 years ago. He carried mail in southern Anne Arundel County for 35 years prior to retirement and passed the route on to other members of the Williams family.

Alice was delivering mail along the route when she phoned David to ask him to pick up a bowl of her favorite cream of crab soup from Shady Side Market in Shady Side. Not long after, David called back to say that he got her soup and a $50,000 Lottery prize. The Anne Arundel County man had purchased two Hot Hand scratch-offs while picking up the soup.

“I thought it was a joke,” Alice explained to Lottery officials. She initially didn’t believe him so David positioned the lucky ticket on the fireplace mantle so she’d see it when she came home.

David and Alice plan to pay bills with their winnings and save the remainder. As for Shady Side Market, the store located at 1481 Snug Harbor will share in their success and receive a $500 bonus from the Lottery for selling the top-prize scratch-off in the Hot Hand game.

Icy Purchase Gives Ohio Vacationers Red-Hot Lottery Win

June 22nd, 2016
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Ohio vacationers John and Susan Breedlove found a $50,000 top-prize win in the Fantasy 5s game.

Deep Creek Lake guests find $50,000 prize on Fantasy 5s scratch-off

While vacationing at Deep Creek Lake, John and Susan Breedlove of Ohio decided to buy ice from BFS Foods on Garrett Highway in McHenry to take back to the cabin they shared with 15 other family members.

That icy purchase led to a $50,000 top-prize win on the Maryland Lottery’s Fantasy 5s game.

As his wife Susan paid for the ice purchase, John decided to grab a few scratch-offs from the Lottery’s vending machine. The lucky man selected several Fantasy 5s scratch-offs and the Columbus Ohio couple returned to the cabin. John decided to play his $5 scratch-offs as soon as they arrived and, to his shock, one of the instant tickets revealed a $50,000 top prize.

“We really weren’t sure if we were reading the ticket right so we showed it to the rest of the family,” said the 72-year-old. “We then took the winning ticket back to the store to scan it and it told us to come straight to Lottery headquarters. That’s when we decided to call to make sure that we were winners and Lottery headquarters confirmed that we were. This is such an amazing feeling to win this amount of money!”

Susan said the Lottery win helps make this a Father’s Day weekend to remember. “He’s such an amazing dad and grandfather,” she said. “He deserves it. After we realized we were winners, John strolled around the lake house singing ‘Happy Father’s Day’ to himself.”

The retired couple told Lottery officials that their prize will help them afford many more of the relaxing family vacations.

The Fantasy 5s game debuted in February and has two $50,000 top prizes and six $5,000 prizes waiting to be discovered at Lottery retailers. The game also has more than 300,000 unclaimed prizes ranging from $5 to $1,000.

Glen Burnie Couple Checks Winning Lottery Off Bucket List

June 22nd, 2016
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Congratulations to Glen Burnie resident Brenda Edwards and her husband, who won $50,000 on Bonus Match 5.

Lucky winner takes home $50,000 prize on Bonus Match 5

A Glen Burnie couple can finally check winning the lottery off of their bucket list after claiming a $50,000 top prize in the June 20 Bonus Match 5 drawing.

“This has always been a goal for us,” Brenda Edwards said, adding that the couple never envisioned celebrating such a success. “We play all of the games, and we have never won anything over $25.”

The couple purchased nine lines of numbers for $6, allowing the Lottery terminal to Quick Pick all of their numbers. The second line on the ticket matched all five of the Bonus Match 5 numbers drawn on June 20: 1, 27, 29, 35, and 38.

“This money will help us out definitely,” said the mother of four. The couple plans on investing in a new house as well as taking some family vacations. They’re also hoping the winning will continue.

“We will play tonight,” Brenda said. “I have already played some tickets.”

Brenda purchased her winning ticket at Westpoint Shell, located at 2056 West Street in Annapolis. For selling a top-prize-winning Bonus Match 5 ticket, the retailer will receive a $500 bonus from the Maryland Lottery.

Bonus Match 5 drawings are held nightly. Five winning balls are selected from a range of 1 to 39, as well as a Bonus Ball that provides additional chances to win. Players win the $50,000 top prize if they match all five numbers. There are five other prize levels ranging from $2 to $600 for players who match two, three or four numbers and the Bonus Ball.

Keno Doubler Promotion Delivers $50,010 Lottery Prize

June 22nd, 2016

D.C. resident wins big at popular Prince George’s County retailer

A Washington, D.C., resident who had been wishing for some extra spending money got exactly what she was looking for, thanks to a lucky Keno ticket that delivered a $50,010 prize on May 29.

The 42-year-old and her dad were enjoying a bite to eat at Marlow Wings, a popular Lottery hangout in Prince George’s County. When they both realized that they had some time to kill, they picked up a few Keno play slips and began to pencil in their numbers. The lucky winner and her dad based their number selections on the birthdates of family members.

“I couldn’t believe it,” the lucky winner said. “I was praying for some things to happen and they finally did.”

She didn’t realize right away that she had matched all of the numbers on her 9-Spot ticket. In fact, she only spotted six matches at first glance and then seven. Finally, she saw that she had matched all nine, giving her a $25,000 win. But it was her lucky day, indeed. Her ticket had a randomly printed Keno Doubler message, which increased her prize to $50,000. Her ticket was for five draws, and one of those other draws delivered the additional $10.

The Keno Doubler and Keno Tripler promotion continues through June 26. Doubler or Tripler messages are printed on random tickets, allowing players to double or triple any winnings on the ticket.

The self-employed business owner said she and her family take vacations regularly, thus she doesn’t feel the need to make special plans as a result of her win. She does intend to donate 10 percent to her church and also wants to restore an antique automobile that she owns.

The retailer is a winner as well. Marlow Wings, located at 4147 Branch Avenue in Marlow Heights, will receive a $500 bonus for selling a $50,000-winning Keno ticket.

Cambridge Resident Wins $50,000 on Green Doubler Scratch-off

June 22nd, 2016

Ticket launched in May delivers its first top prize to father of five

263-Green-Doubler-ITVMA father of five from Cambridge got lucky on the first ticket of a fresh book of Green Doubler scratch-offs last week.

After purchasing the $5 ticket at the Happy Market, located at 222 Washington Street in Cambridge, he scratched it in the store. A week later, he was joined by his son who translated for him as he claimed a $50,000 prize at Lottery headquarters in Baltimore.

“He didn’t believe it at first,” the winner’s son said. “He couldn’t believe that he’d won the top prize.”

After confirming that he’d won $50,000 with the store’s cashier, the retail worker called his son to share the good news, and later on the family had a celebration. The most he had ever won before on a Lottery ticket was $100.

The winner’s son said the family had been planning to finish the payments on a couple of vehicles this year, and the prize money will make that easier to do. The retailer is a winner as well. For selling the top-prize-winning $50,000 ticket, Happy Market will receive a $500 bonus from the Maryland Lottery.

The Green Doubler ticket launched in May, and this was the first of its seven $50,000 top prizes to be claimed. In addition to the six other $50,000 prizes, the ticket still has 11 $5,000 prizes and thousands of additional cash prizes ranging from $5 to $1,000.