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|Thursday, July 25, 2013|
|5 of 6 ($1,000)||12|
|4 of 6 ($20)||587|
|3 of 6 ($2)||8,830|
|Number of Winners Matching on Multiple Lines|
|10+ of 18 ($2,000)||0|
|9 of 18 ($500)||8|
|8 of 18 ($100)||70|
|7 of 18 ($20)||380|
|6 of 18 ($7)||1,930|
|5 of 18 ($2)||6,537|
|Next Drawing||Mon. 07/29/2013|
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Dale Brothers of Frederick won $40,004 on an eight-spot Keno ticket!
Matches all eight Keno numbers
Dale Brothers had been playing the same eight Keno numbers for the past six months. A few weeks back, the Frederick man changed two of those numbers just in time for a $40,004 win.
“I noticed that two of the numbers — 33 and 38 — kept coming out, so I decided to change them to 23 and 28,” the 57-year-old chef told Lottery officials. “I changed them just in time to hit it big!”
Dale played a total of 10 games on his ticket. He was watching the numbers pop up during his seventh game when he started yelling “yes” as his numbers appeared. “When that eighth number showed up, I couldn’t believe it. I showed it to my friend to double check.”
The prize would have been $10,000 if Dale hadn’t added the Keno Bonus prior to playing. The bonus for this game was four times, making his win $40,000. A $4 win on another game brought his total up to $40,004.
“I didn’t even wait for my other three games to end,” Dale said. “As soon as I confirmed my win, I went home to put my ticket in a safe place.”
Dale, who moved to Frederick 20 years ago from Boston, has three children ranging in age from 6 to 14. He has been a chef at a Gaithersburg restaurant for 15 years. Although his kids have some big plans for his prize, Dale plans to pay off bills and save the rest.
He bought the winning ticket at his regular spot, Ballenger Creek Pike Exxon located at 5870 Ballenger Creek Pike in Frederick.
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Teia Lewis of Laurel won $30,000 on a Twisted Treasures scratch-off ticket she
Laurel Woman Shares Twisted Treasures Winnings with Waldorf Man
A lucky Laurel woman found a $30,000 winner and two $50 winning tickets among a few Twisted Treasures scratch-offs she bought during a determined five-day treasure hunt for that specific scratch-off.
While she wants family and friends to share in her happiness, Teia Lewis jokes that they should keep their physical distance. “Don’t get too close and rub the luck off,” she said, laughing with the Waldorf man who came to Maryland Lottery headquarters in Baltimore to share the $30,000 win with her.
Her five-day hunt for treasure began last week and ended with her 10th ticket purchase. “On Friday, I bought the first ticket and I hit for $50,” Teia said. Deciding she liked this scratch-off, the single mother-of-two boys and one girl — ages 10, 5 and 2 — started hunting for Twisted Treasures scratch-offs at her local Lottery retailers.
Her weekend ticket purchases, though, were a bust. Monday came and went with no winner. The lucky lady didn’t give up hope. On Tuesday, she and a friend bought a winning $50 Twisted Treasures ticket. The two cashed the ticket and went their separate ways, with Teia stopping on her way home to buy gas, lunch and another Twisted Treasures ticket. She began scratching the final ticket at home.
“There it was again,” the 31-year-old said, “another winning ticket. I thought, ‘Let me see what the prize is,’ and I saw $30,000!” She thanked the heavens for the money to help her make several major changes in her life.
Teia is sharing the prize with a 31-year-old “mystery man” from Waldorf. While he plans to give her some of the money and invest the rest, Teia has several goals for her winnings. She wants to buy a vehicle to replace her 1992 Ford Tempo, which has so many miles the odometer has rolled over at least once. Her birthday is coming up and she wants to REALLY celebrate but hasn’t decided how. Her biggest goal is a career change. A liquor store clerk at two businesses from age 18 until this May, Teia plans to apply her winnings to career training for a job in the medical field.
She found her Lottery luck at the Laurel Crown at 14982 Baltimore Avenue in Laurel.
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Still Stunned Over Success Playing Bonus Match 5
A retired Anne Arundel County maintenance coordinator visited Maryland Lottery Headquarters today with a Bonus Match 5 ticket that all evidence suggested was good for a $50,000 win. He’d looked up the winning numbers. He’d compared them to the numbers on his ticket. He’d consulted the game rules. Everything he saw told him that he’d won, but he was still dubious.
“Now that I’m here and you haven’t thrown me out, I’m finally sure it’s true,” the Severn man admitted to Lottery officials. He plays frequently and is on a lucky roll that began with a $5,000 Pick 4 win earlier this year. “I love to play and especially love to win, but I didn’t really expect anything like this.”]
As is his habit, the 70-year-old winner purchased his Bonus Match 5 ticket early in the day last Wednesday and watched for the winning numbers to appear on TV after the evening drawing. “I write the numbers down to check them against my tickets. When I saw the matches, I was sure that I’d written them down incorrectly.” A trip to his neighborhood lottery retailer confirmed that he was a $50,000 winner!
The retiree plans to take care of a hospital bill and may invest in a new car. “This win will mainly just make everyday life a little easier for me.” He crossed paths with lottery luck at the Cigarette Depot at 7800 Parke West Drive in Glen Burnie.
Haywood Kirtz of Alexandria, Va., won $50,000 playing a Maryland Lottery
Fiancé Couldn’t Keep Mum about Maryland Lottery Top Secret Cash Scratch-off Win
Keeping a Maryland Lottery scratch-off win a secret was not in the cards for an Alexandria, Va. man and his fiancé. He remained calm, cool and collected about his $50,000 Top Secret Cash scratch-off win while she got on the phone to family and friends. Finally, scratch-off winner Haywood Kirtz told her to “calm down,” saying, “It’s only $50,000!”
Now that so many people know about his Top Secret Cash scratch-off win, Haywood said he is enjoying the feeling of winning. The soon-to-be husband has played Lottery scratch-off games and large jackpots sparingly since the late 1980s. The 47-year-old has won small amounts but never a prize this large.
“I feel very blessed to have won,” the happy man told Lottery officials. He plans to continue playing scratch-off games more frequently to see if his luck continues.
The 14-year Washington, D.C. Metro worker usually buys 20 scratch-offs at a time and gives them to his fiancé to play. This time, however, he only bought two scratch-offs and kept them for himself. He scratched them immediately in the store and discovered to his surprise that he won.
They plan to enjoy the winnings by vacationing in Jamaica to visit his fiancé’s parents, the man said. The rest of the prize winnings will go toward paying off his bills. Haywood purchased his winning scratch-off ticket at PG News located at 3500 East West Highway in Hyattsville.
Linda Victoria Ford of Capitol Heights is the second lucky player to claim a Keno
Avid Keno player wins $7,500 and autographed football
A very happy Linda Ford – who goes by her middle name, Victoria — stopped by Lottery headquarters on Friday, pleased to be one of the four Week 1 winners of the Keno with J.O. Bonus Match-up promotion.
While she was thrilled to be a winner, she was even happier when a Lottery official informed her that she would also be taking home a Jonathan Ogden autographed football in addition to her $7,500 prize. The regular Keno player joked that she would be putting the football to good use with a game of catch later on.
Despite having to make the trip up to Baltimore from Capitol Heights to claim her prize, Victoria admitted that it was well worth the drive. “My friend told me he would walk all the way up if it were him.” Thankfully, she didn’t have to do that.
The four-week promotion under way through Aug. 4 celebrates Ogden’s induction on Aug. 3 into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Players make a Keno purchase of $5 or more to get a Keno Bonus Match-up coupon. Each week, they check mdlottery.com for the numbers of the four winning coupons. One lucky overall winner will get field passes to the Nov. 24 Ravens-Jets game to see Ogden receive his ring.
The lucky woman found the winning Keno with J.O. Bonus Match-up coupon at Palmers Restaurant and Lounge located at 7222 Martin Luther King Jr. Highway in Landover.
Wins $50,000 Playing Aces High Instant Game
After 30 years working as an investigator for several State agencies, Robert Bradford has earned his relaxation time. He enjoys playing Lottery games during his down time, buying tickets two or three times a week. Yesterday was one of those times, and the Baltimore man’s timing could not have been better! He can thank his appetite for a $50,000 scratch-off win.
“I was out running errands for my wife and started getting hungry,” Robert said. “I stopped for a snack and grabbed some scratch-off tickets while I was there. I played them in the car as I ate.”
What he saw while scratching the Aces High ticket made the hungry man put down his food. “I saw a $5,000 win almost as soon as I started scratching,” he said. “I was stunned, I couldn’t believe what I was seeing.”
Robert was about to call his wife when he took a closer look at the ticket he was scratching off. He spotted more zeros. “They just kept coming!”
That’s when he made the phone call home. “I told my wife and she thought I was joking. It wasn’t until I got home and showed her the ticket that she believed it,” he said. She sent her husband to Lottery headquarters immediately to claim his prize.
“She was worried that I’d lose the ticket if I hung onto it too long,” he said.
The Bradford’s have not decided how this $50,000 win will fit into their lives, but Robert is sure that his four grandchildren will benefit in some way. His lucky lottery store is the Inner Harbor Exxon station at 1800 Russell Street in Baltimore.
Robert Bradford of Baltimore found his Lottery luck this week with a