|Multi-Match Detailed Results|
|Thursday, November 7, 2013|
|5 of 6 ($1,000)||14|
|4 of 6 ($20)||753|
|3 of 6 ($2)||11,943|
|Number of Winners Matching on Multiple Lines|
|10+ of 18 ($2,000)||0|
|9 of 18 ($500)||22|
|8 of 18 ($100)||96|
|7 of 18 ($20)||547|
|6 of 18 ($7)||2,706|
|5 of 18 ($2)||9,247|
|Next Drawing||Monday, 11/11/2013|
Played Bonus Match 5 during doubler promotion
She was simply speechless.
The Bowie woman sat silently, with a big smile on her face, in the Winners’ Lounge at Maryland Lottery headquarters flanked by two adult daughters. The siblings were talking and laughing while their amazed mom sat still and quietly enjoyed the moment.
Our lucky winner entered Lottery headquarters thinking she won $50,000 playing Bonus Match 5. Minutes later, the 76-year-old learned her ticket was a doubler and qualified for a promotion that paid taxes on her winnings. She went home a $100,000 winner!
She plays Bonus Match 5 every day and usually picks up her ticket at the Wegmans in Lanham. On this trip to that grocery, she bought seven boards for $5 with five draws from Oct. 31-Nov. 4. She checked her numbers on the computer Sunday morning, Nov. 3, and discovered to her delight that she was a winner! The Nov. 2 drawing had hit one board of her machine-picked numbers: 4-9-25-26-30.
She immediately began calling family members. One daughter remembers the phone call and telling her mother, “What? Are you sure? That’s phenomenal!”
Both daughters say they have convinced their mother not to divvy up the winnings among family members. She still works and plans to keep doing so. “I’m sure they’ll have a merry Christmas,” the mother said. Other than that, she is not sure what her plans are for her winnings.
She bought her lucky ticket at Wegmans at 9001 McHugh Drive in Lanham.
Dorthy Nazarenus, our first Seats for 20 Years finalist
Dan Natividad, our second Seats for 20 Years finalist
We’re halfway through the Baltimore Ravens season and our Mega Power Promotion, but it’s not too late to pull out a HUGE win! Dorthy Nazarenus and Dan Natividad are the first two finalists selected for a chance to win Ravens season tickets for 20 years. Both won $5,000 for being selected in addition to becoming finalists.
Two more Seats for 20 Years finalists will be drawn on November 26th and December 26th. Out of the four finalists, one will be selected to win a pair of club level home game tickets and a seasonal home game parking pass for the next 20 years.
Want to become a Seats for 20 Years finalist? Get the details and enter your non-winning Mega Millions with Multiplier or Powerball with Power Play tickets here.
Truck breaks down as he claims $50,000 Bonus Match 5 top prize
A Mechanicsville man who held onto a winning Maryland Lottery ticket for over a month claimed his $50,000 Bonus Match 5 win just in time. The good news was his quick-pick Bonus Match 5 ticket matched all five numbers from the Oct. 2 drawing, leading to award of the ticket’s top prize.
The bad news? The 50-year-old man’s trip to Baltimore to claim the ticket went well but the expensive trip home involved a tow truck. As soon as the Southern Maryland man pulled into the Lottery headquarters parking lot, his work truck broke down.
“This win obviously came at the right time,” the self-employed man told Lottery officials. After spending money to repair his work truck, the single father of three plans to bank the rest of the winnings to pay for college for his children.
He bought his winning ticket at Sea Breeze Restaurant and Bar located at 27130 S. Sandgate Road in Mechanicsville.
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|Wednesday, November 6|
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|Next Drawing||Sat. 11/09/2013|
Charles Crook of Pasadena won $10,016 playing Keno at Magothy Inn in Pasadena
Pasadena man more than doubles his previous winnings
Retiree Charles Crook of Pasadena plays Racetrax daily and occasionally dabbles in Keno, a fast-paced monitor game running every four minutes that lets players choose how many numbers to play and how much money to wager. One day, he decided to ignore the Racetrax ponies and focus his Maryland Lottery play on Keno.
To his amazement, Charles won $10,016!
“This was a fluke,” said the father of five. When playing Keno in the past, Charles would play five numbers or two numbers with a bonus. This time, he played six numbers. His win is more than double his past Keno prizes.
The retired United Parcel Service employee was so excited about his win he shared the news with people at the tavern where he played and won. Their response? They jokingly replied, “The next round is on you!” Our lucky winner told no one else about his good fortune. He tucked his winning ticket in his pocket and made his way to Maryland Lottery headquarters in Baltimore to claim his prize.
A grandfather of 14, Charles supplements his retirement income by building homes. He so enjoys that activity he has made it his hobby, too. He has not decided how to spend his winnings, he said, but he will continue playing Racetrax and Keno in his spare time. Our lucky winner played and won at Magothy Inn located at 546 Center Street in Pasadena.
Claims second-to-last $30,000 Bonus 3s scratch-off prize
Stop the presses! A retired Carroll County bookbinder is adding a new chapter to the story of her life complete with details of her Lottery luck. The 65-year-old mother of two just claimed a $30,000 Maryland Lottery top prize on the Bonus 3s scratch-off game.
“I don’t play too often,” she told Lottery officials. “I pick up a ticket or two whenever the mood hits me.”
As luck would have it, she was in the Lottery mood on Saturday while doing her grocery shopping. She chose her Bonus 3s ticket at random from the selection in the Lottery vending machine and scratched it off in her car.
The first game on her $3 ticket was a bust, but the second game produced match after match. “When I saw that I’d gotten all 11 of the numbers I needed for the $30,000, I just sat there stunned.” A return to the store to confirm her win did little to convince her. “I just kept saying, ‘No way.’ ” Sharing the news of her win produced a similar reaction from her family. “No one would believe me – not my husband, my daughter or my daughter-in-law.”
The Taneytown woman plans to put her winnings in the bank for now, with thoughts of a family vacation in the near future. She found her lottery luck, among the fruits and vegetables at Kennie’s Market, 11 Grand Drive in Taneytown. One $30,000 jackpot winning ticket and four $1,000 winning tickets are still in the stores waiting for discovery.
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|Tuesday, November 5|
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|Next Drawing||Fri. 11/08/2013|
Played Maryland Lottery game in memory of his late sister
The government employee, who is mourning her recent death, was remembering good times the siblings had shared such as playing – and winning – Maryland Lottery games. She favored scratch-offs while his game of choice is Pick 4. The retired member of the military has won $10,000 and $5,000 playing combinations of his address, date of birth and friends’ addresses.
“I was thinking of her and I said to myself, ‘I’m going to go play a ticket for you,’ ” said the 63-year-old man. He set off for his favorite Lottery retailer in Baltimore to buy a scratch-off. A $5 Double Dice instant ticket caught his eye so he bought one to scratch off at work during a break. He couldn’t believe his eyes!
“I scratched a $1,000 win and I thought, well, I made back the money I spent on the ticket,” he said. “The next number was another $1,000, then another $1,000, then another $1,000!” The widower wrapped up his scratch-off fun by uncovering a Double Dice symbol over $3,000, which pushed his total win to $10,000.
The parent of several adult children, our winner admits to still having toys in his garage but they belong to him! He enjoys restoring antique vehicles, owns several motorcycles and recently acquired a free powerboat that needs repairs to become seaworthy. He plans to pay bills with his winnings and invest the rest into his 16-foot boat so he can get on the water before it gets too cold.
The top prize on the Double Dice scratch-off is $50,000 and there are still three top-tier tickets on sale in Maryland stores along with six more $10,000 winners. Our lucky winner found his ticket at the Soda Pop Shop at 1026 Ingleside Avenue in Baltimore.