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Tow Truck Driver Hauls in Hefty Load of Lottery Cash

February 24th, 2017

Wins $100,000 playing Your Fortune scratch-off

Life has certainly thrown a few curve balls to a 60-year-old Gaithersburg man and his family. Just five years ago, he was involved in a bad accident that cost a lot of money. A series of events led to the family having to relocate.

“Yesterday, as I sat in my car, I looked up at the sky and prayed for a miracle,” said the Montgomery County resident. That prayer came true for the tow truck driver of nearly 10 years. A Your Fortune scratch-off gave them a $100,000 top prize that will let them – among other things – pay off their bills and take a family vacation.

He has his wife of 30 years to thank for buying the winning scratch-off. She stopped at the Walnut Hill Exxon in Gaithersburg to fuel up their vehicle and bought a $10 instant ticket, too.

“When I got home, I started scratching the ticket for him,” she said. “I noticed that it looked like he may have won something, so that’s when I gave him the ticket to finish. We were shocked to see how much we had won.”

The lucky couple said they hope this is the year their luck turns around. “I feel like winning this $100,000 prize is the beginning of better times for me and my family,” said the loyal player.

Besides paying off their bills, the winner said he would probably treat his family and two granddaughters to a much-needed vacation to Niagara Falls. “We feel blessed,” he said. “We needed this money and our prayers were answered. This is such a blessing.”

His Lottery retailer is also a winner. For selling a top-prize scratch-off in the game, Walnut Hill Exxon located at 16425 S. Frederick Road in Gaithersburg will receive a $1,000 bonus from the Lottery.

The Your Fortune scratch-off went on sale last fall and still has four more unclaimed $100,000 top prizes and eight $10,000 prizes, along with thousands of others ranging from $10 to $1,000.

Family Birthdays Lead Retiree to Big Keno Prize

February 24th, 2017

Baltimore woman wins $10,000 playing the popular game

A 77-year-old Baltimore woman and her husband like to start their day playing a little Keno. A recent morning found the two at Bottle & Cork Liquors in Towson, enjoying their favorite game, with Lady Luck by their side.

The lucky woman played four tickets on this day. One ticket carried random numbers, one had insignificant numbers that she selected, one ticket had sevens and one carried family birthdays. She and her husband sat down to wait for the numbers to appear on the screen.

“Then I figured I should play the birthdays too, so I put that card in as well,” said the winner. “The birthdays started popping up and I knew I won something.”

The excited woman had placed a six-spot bet with the bonus feature using the numbers 2, 10, 11, 17, 27 and 28. A six-spot bet typically wins $1,000 but the bonus was 10x. That boosted her prize to $10,000! The retiree said she double-checked her ticket on the scanner to confirm the win.

“I saw that message about claiming the prize here and I put that ticket in my pocket and we went home,” she said.

The great-great-grandparents ate breakfast and wasted no time coming to Lottery headquarters in Baltimore to claim the $10,000 prize. The lucky player said she will pay bills with the winnings and put some aside for a vacation.

Bottle & Cork Liquors will also receive a bonus from the Lottery. For selling a winning Keno ticket of $10,000 or more, this lucky retailer located at 6867 Loch Raven Blvd. will receive a bonus of $100 – equal to 1 percent of the prize.

Racetrax-Playing Truck Driver Finds Road to Riches

February 24th, 2017

Wins $23,590 on Racetrax Trifecta bet

A Harford County truck driver who won $64,000 a few years ago playing Racetrax experienced a case of déjà vu after his horses galloped to a $23,590 win.

The 60-year-old visited Hawkins Point Citgo in Baltimore and played 10 races to once again land a huge win.

“I was surprised that those numbers came out when they did,” the lucky man said. He plays the Lottery daily, using his own numbers, and likes to anticipate which numbers will and won’t play again. His Trifecta bet that horses No. 12, 11 and 9 would finish in that exact order put him back on the road to riches.

The Bel Air man has kept his great news under wraps and plans to keep his win a secret. The father of two children and grandfather of one, he plans to share small amounts with family members from time to time. The remainder, the lucky winner said, will go to pay down bills.

His lucky retailer was Hawkins Point Citgo located at 6301 Efficiency Way in Baltimore. For selling a winning Racetrax ticket of $10,000 or more, the city retailer will receive a bonus of $$235.90 from the Lottery – equal to 1 percent of the prize.

Racetrax Fan Finds $40,757 Winning Combination

February 24th, 2017

Superfecta bet brings home the prize

A lucky Silver Spring man was all smiles at Lottery headquarters after finding the perfect combination of horses to bet on in a Feb. 16 Racetrax game. He won $40,757!

The loyal Lottery player purchased a five-draw Superfecta ticket, betting that No. 9, 6, 3 and 11 horses would cross the finish line in that exact order. And on the last of the five races he played, that’s exactly what the horses did! No stranger to winning, the 37-year-old said he also has found big-ticket prizes playing Pick 4.

This time, his lucky Lottery retailer was the Hyattsville Convenience Store in Prince George’s County. For selling a winning Racetrax ticket of $10,000 or more, the store located at 2230 University Boulevard East in Hyattsville will receive a $407.57 bonus from the Lottery. The bonus is equal to 1 percent of the prize.

Rosedale Couple on Pizza Run Purchase Scratch-off with the Works

February 24th, 2017

Glenn and Valerie Rey of Rosedale won $50,000 playing a 100x The Cash scratch-off.

Win $50,000 prize on 100x The Cash scratch-off

A Wednesday night pizza run turned out to be a real moneymaker after a Rosedale couple added a Maryland Lottery scratch-off for dessert. Glenn and Valerie Rey found their sweet $50,000 treat hiding in a 100x The Cash scratch-off.

Glenn said he doesn’t often play Lottery games, but the 58-year-old will purchase a scratch-off occasionally. When he called his wife about picking up a pizza, Glenn also got the green light to pick up a scratch-off.

When he returned home, the couple dug into the pizza and began scratching off the $20 instant ticket from Triple A Tobacco in Nottingham. Valerie told Lottery officials she likes to extend the suspense of playing scratch-offs. She reveals the winning numbers first and then searches for matching numbers. The 47-year-old waits to uncover prizes as a last step.

As numbers began to match on their scratch-off, the couple’s excitement grew. “Every prize we scratched – it just got better and better,” said Valerie. They usually get excited if they win $20. When they discovered they had won $50,000, the pair couldn’t eat another bite of their pizza!

They plan to save the prize. The couple will celebrate their 15th anniversary in May with a cruise and may use the winnings for additional travel expenses.

Want to try your luck at their Lottery retailer? Visit Triple A Tobacco located at 7954 Belair Road in Nottingham. Plenty of big prizes remain on the 100x The Cash game, including five unclaimed $1 million prizes, seven more $50,000 prizes and thousands of others ranging from $20 to $10,000.

Special Dates, Prayer Help Deliver $50,000 Powerball Prize

February 24th, 2017

“God’s Blessing” gave this Baltimore County a $50,000 Powerball prize that will help his family.

“Blessing” will come in handy for family

A Baltimore County automotive worker got in gear for his $50,000 Powerball prize by using special dates for his lucky numbers and sending up a prayer. “God’s Blessing” came through on Feb. 18!

The special dates included his wedding date, first employment date and son’s birthday. The 52-year-old said he always plays the same numbers for Powerball and follows the same routine. “Every morning, I pray that I have the winning numbers,” said the father. “This is truly a blessing for me and my family.”

The Baltimore man, who nicknamed his lucky win “God’s Blessing,” took his Powerball tickets to a grocery store after the Feb. 18 drawing to check for winners. Very quickly, the scanner delivered the great news that he was on the road to riches. Unsure how much he’d won, the loyal player immediately signed the back of the ticket and headed home. He used the Maryland Lottery App to scan his ticket at home to determine its value. “My son and I checked it again to confirm we were both reading it correctly,” he said.

The happy man plans to use “God’s Blessing” to pay off bills and help other family members. He also plans to keep playing until he hits a big jackpot! His winning Powerball ticket came from Chadwick Liquors located at 7005 Security Blvd. in Baltimore County. The retailer is one of several he frequents.

Baltimore Retailer Sells $50,000 Bonus Match 5 Ticket

February 24th, 2017

Lucky ticket sold for Feb. 23 drawing

Could you be our lucky $50,000 Bonus Match 5 winner? Check your tickets from the Thursday, Feb. 23 drawing to see if you are in the money today.

M&J Discount Liquors in Baltimore sold the winning ticket, which matches the five numbers of 11, 15, 24, 26 and 27; the Bonus Ball was 20. Lottery officials urge the winner to sign the back of the ticket and put it in a safe place. The winner has 182 days to claim the prize and must come in person to Lottery headquarters at 1800 Washington Blvd. in Baltimore.

The retailer is also a winner; the Lottery will give the store, located at 5500 Park Heights Avenue, a bonus of $500 for selling the lucky ticket.

Bonus Match 5 drawings take place seven days a week. Players select five numbers ranging from 1 to 39. The Bonus Ball drawn from the remaining 34 numbers provides extra chances to win. Your ticket is a winner if you match five, four or three of the original five winning numbers selected in the drawing. If you match the Bonus Ball number, you only need to match four, three or two of your original numbers to win!

Detailed Multi-Match Results 23 FEB 17

February 23rd, 2017
Multi-Match Detailed Results
Thursday, February 23rd, 2017
11-15-20-23-24-42
5 of 6 ($1,000) 10
4 of 6 ($20) 605
3 of 6 ($2) 9,313

 

Number of Winners Matching on Multiple Lines
10+ of 18 ($2,000) 0
9 of 18 ($500) 18
8 of 18 ($100) 64
 7 of 18 ($20) 457
6 of 18 ($7) 2,102
9 of 18 ($2) 7,320
Jackpot Winner NO
Amount Won N/A
Cash Option N/A
Next Drawing Monday, February 27th, 2017
Jackpot Amount $775,000
Cash Option $400,000

 

Cash4Life Detailed Results – 2/23/17

February 23rd, 2017

 

Cash4Life Detailed Results
Thursday, February 23
03-24-38-43-52  / 03
Match
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 18 $2,500  2
4  0 58 $500 0
3  1 888 $100 47
3 0 2,639 $25 123
2 1 17,860 $10 955
2 0 49,147 $4 2,670
1 1 119,940 $2 6,164
TOTAL 190,550 9,961
Top Prize Winner NO
Next Drawing Monday 2/27/17

Scratch-off Gives Glen Burnie Man a $10,000 Belated Birthday Gift

February 23rd, 2017

Kurt Hohenberger of Glen Burnie and his wife Jolene celebrate his $10,000 win on a 100x The Cash scratch-off.

Finds his fortune playing a 100x The Cash scratch-off

After turning 50 years old just a little over a week ago, Douglas “Kurt” Hohenberger of Glen Burnie received one of the best belated birthday gifts ever! His special gift came in the form of cold hard cash when he won $10,000 playing a 100X the Cash scratch-off.

The Anne Arundel County man was running an errand for his mother when he found his lucky scratch-off. Kurt added a $20 instant ticket to his purchase of bread and milk from Pops Grocery and Deli located at 7459 East Furnace Branch Road in Glen Burnie.

“As I started scratching the ticket in the parking lot of the store, I immediately noticed that my winning number had several matches,” Kurt said. “I knew I had won something but I hadn’t scratched the whole ticket yet. Once I realized it was $10,000, I was in total shock.”

He said that he and his wife of 28 years, Jolene, have wanted to add a deck to the house they purchased a few years back. “One of the first things he said to me was, ‘I think we can get that deck now,’ ” said Jolene. “We’re just ecstatic about this win. We’ll be able to do so many good things with this money.”

The parents of two adult daughters also plan to share some of the prize with them. “They turned out to be such good young women that we’d like to show them how much we love and appreciate them by giving them a few hundred dollars too,” Kurt said.

The 100x the Cash scratch-off ticket still has six unclaimed $1,000,000 top prizes, nine $50,000 prizes and 45 more $10,000 prizes. Players can also try to win the thousands of other prizes ranging from $20 to $5,000.



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