|Multi-Match Detailed Results|
|Thursday, February 11, 2016|
|5 of 6 ($1,000)||19|
|4 of 6 ($20)||719|
|3 of 6 ($2)||11,349|
|Number of Winners Matching on Multiple Lines|
|10+ of 18 ($2,000)||1|
|9 of 18 ($500)||11|
|8 of 18 ($100)||80|
|7 of 18 ($20)||519|
|6 of 18 ($7)||2,571|
|5 of 18 ($2)||8,691|
|Next Drawing||Monday., Feb. 15, 2016|
|Cash4Life Detailed Results|
|Thursday, February 11|
|06-31-35-40-55 / 02|
||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|
|Top Prize Winner||NO|
|Next Drawing||Monday 02/15/16|
Prince George’s County resident takes home top prize on $50,000 Gold Rush ticket
A spur-of-the-moment decision to buy a $5 scratch-off ticket delivered a $50,000 prize for a Prince George’s County resident.
On the evening of Feb. 10, the 59-year-old Glenn Dale man was playing Keno at High Bridge Market Place in Bowie when he decided to try his luck with a scratch-off. He walked over to the store’s instant ticket vending machine and randomly selected a $50,000 Gold Rush ticket. He then scratched the ticket at the store while watching his Keno game on the screen.
“I looked at the ticket and saw that it was a $50,000 winner,” he said. “I took a double take and quickly left the store.”
The avid Lottery player immediately took his ticket home and kept it in a cabinet all night, until he was able to bring it to Lottery headquarters in Baltimore and claim his prize the next morning.
“I couldn’t sleep,” the lucky winner said. “I watched television until 2 a.m., when I finally fell asleep.”
With his prize, he plans on paying bills and will make some plans for fun this summer.
For selling the $50,000 top-prize ticket, High Bridge Market Place located at 6021 High Bridge Road in Bowie, will receive a $500 bonus from the Maryland Lottery. The $50,000 Gold Rush ticket just went on sale last month and still has six $50,000 prizes remaining, along with 11 $5,000 prizes.
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Tyrone Jones Grady of Rosedale won $10,000 on the Instant Millionaire scratch-off game.
Avid scratch-off player claims prize on Instant Millionaire ticket
Tyrone Jones Grady arrived at Maryland Lottery Headquarters early on the morning of Feb. 10, even before officials had unlocked the doors, about 18 hours after buying a lucky Instant Millionaire scratch-off ticket. But he was wide awake. It turned out that he hadn’t slept too much the previous night.
“I woke up very, very early this morning,” Tyrone said. “I was just too excited to go back to sleep.”
The 28-year-old Walmart employee stopped by Kenwood Liquors at 6247 Kenwood Avenue in Baltimore on Feb. 9 to cash a few winning tickets he’d collected.
“I’m a big instant ticket fan,” Tyrone said. “At least three times a week I get a few.”
He was hoping the Lottery luck that had produced that handful of winning tickets was still with him, so he picked out a few more to bring home, including one $20 Instant Millionaire game, which he scratched when he got home.
“I got all the way to the bottom of the ticket without getting a match, but then there it was,” he said.
Scratching away the latex that covered the prize he’d won, Tyrone was in for a surprise.
“I saw the $10 and thought that’s what I’d won,” he said. “But I looked closely and realized that there was more to scratch – a comma and three more zeros.”
Stunned by what he saw, he called over his fiancée to look at the ticket.
“She didn’t believe me at first, but then her hand started shaking,” Tyrone said.
After catching up on some sleep, Tyrone will decide what to do with his winnings.
“We have some bills, of course, and this will be a big help,” he said. “I think we’ll find something fun to do with it, too.”
Even after Tyrone’s big win, Instant Millionaire has plenty of big prizes to offer, including one more of its $1 million top prizes. There’s also a $50,000 winner out there somewhere and seven more $10,000-winning tickets.
|Powerball Detailed Results|
|Wednesday, February 10|
||Match PB||Winners||Prize Amounts||Number of Winners in MD||Power Play Winners In MD|
|Next Drawing||Sat. 02/13/16|
|Lumberjacks Brian (left) and Billy Lester find winning $10,000 puts them a cut above the rest.|
Wins with Million Dollar Spectacular game
The owner of an Eastern Shore father-son business, B & B Logging, just toppled a $10,000 prize on the Million Dollar Spectacular scratch-off.
Logging work slows down in the winter, said lucky Billy Lester of Millington, and that’s why he had free time to enjoy Maryland Lottery fun and games. The Queen Anne’s County resident and his son Brian spend time in winter months keeping residents’ hearths supplied with firewood from last year’s cuttings and staying limber for next year’s lumber.
“We ship logs all over the state, so a week off can leave you sore as the dickens when work resumes,” Billy said.
On one of these slow days, the 57-year-old purchased a $20 Million Dollar Spectacular scratch-off from Outpost #544 at 1921 Dudley Corner Road in Millington. He actually left his lucky scratch-off in the cab of his truck until his son Brian reminded him about it. Billy discovered his big win on a Saturday on the way to work.
The $10,000 prize comes at the perfect time, Billy said, allowing him to pay bills while the weather has work stymied. “This will allow us to cushion the down time.”
The Million Dollar Spectacular scratch-off game has two $1 million prizes remaining along with many other prizes from $20 to $50,000.
Finds luck with Instant Millionaire game
Motorists passing through south Baltimore sometimes encounter annoying traffic backups as freight trains pull long lines of boxcars through town. A Baltimore man took advantage of the unscheduled free time to turn a frustrating moment at a train crossing into a joyous one. The lucky fellow scratched off a $10,000 prize on an Instant Millionaire game!
Earlier, the 61-year-old metal fabricator had cashed in a winning scratch-off at the Morrell Park Deli in Baltimore and pocketed some cash and two fresh scratch-offs. He was homeward bound when the CSX train rumbled through the crossing and gave him time to play his tickets. When he scratched off the $20 Instant Millionaire game, he began to see matching numbers spread across the ticket with prize amounts totaling $10,000.
The lucky man was stunned! When he phoned his family, they could scarcely believe his luck. The happy winner plans to use his prize to pay bills and may take a trip to visit family on the West Coast.
He found his winning scratch-off at the Morrell Park Deli located at 2527 Washington Boulevard. The Instant Millionaire game, which launched a year ago, has a single $1 million top-prize ticket awaiting discovery. A single $50,000 winning ticket and nine $10,000 prizes are also available along with other prizes of $20 and up.
Middle River woman claims top prize on $50,000 Gold Rush game
A real estate worker from Middle River has recently discovered the fun of winning big with Maryland Lottery scratch-offs, thanks to her mother’s advice. Her lucky mom’s suggestion helped her win a $50,000 top prize on the $50,000 Gold Rush ticket.
The 21-year-old Baltimore County resident used $5 that her mother gave her last week to purchase the lucky ticket at Edgewood Convenience, located at 700 Edgewood Road in Edgewood. She scratched the ticket in the car in the parking lot outside of the Harford County store and quickly realized she was a winner.
“My eyes went right to it,” the lucky winner said of the $50,000 prize she revealed. “I said ‘Mom, can you keep a secret? I won $50,000!’ ”
“I didn’t believe it,” said the winner’s mother, an avid scratch-off player. She accompanied her daughter to claim the prize at Lottery headquarters in Baltimore. The winner’s sister also came along and said their mother advises them on which instant tickets to play.
“She told us it was a new game so it’s one we have to play,” the winner’s sister said. “She loves scratch-offs.”
The $50,000 prize is by far the most anyone in the family has ever won playing Lottery games. The winner’s previous best was $50 and her mother’s highest prize was $500. The lucky winner said she plans to buy tickets for Beyoncé’s upcoming tour, which is scheduled to make a stop in Baltimore this summer. She also might help her mother pay off her car, the winner said.
“That would be nice,” her mother said with a smile.
Edgewood Convenience is a winner as well. For selling the top-prize ticket, the retailer will receive a $500 bonus from the Maryland Lottery. The $50,000 Gold Rush ticket launched on Jan. 25, and this was the first of its eight top prizes claimed. The game has plenty of other prizes, too, ranging from $5 to $5,000.
Check your tickets! A $1 million second-tier Powerball ticket sold at 7-Eleven on Annapolis Road in Bladensburg (Prince George’s County) for the record-breaking Jan. 13 drawing is still unclaimed. The lucky ticket holder matched all five white balls, only missing the red Power Ball.
In addition to the $1 million prize, two $50,000 third-tier tickets remain unclaimed from the Jan. 13 drawing.
- Charlie Brown’s Tavern in Baltimore County
- Sligo Beer & Wine in Silver Spring (Montgomery County)
Winners are urged to sign the back of their tickets. They have 182 days from the draw date to claim their prizes. Winning tickets must be claimed in person at Lottery headquarters, located at 1800 Washington Blvd. in Baltimore.