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Multi-Match Detailed Results Thursday June 29, 2017

June 29th, 2017
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Multi-Match Detailed Results
Thursday June 29, 2017
08-18-29-31-35-37
5 of 6 ($1,000) 10
4 of 6 ($20) 458
3 of 6 ($2) 7,431
Number of Winners Matching on Multiple Lines
10+ of 18 ($2,000) 0
9 of 18 ($500) 5
8 of 18 ($100) 43
 7 of 18 ($20) 364
6 of 18 ($7) 1,687
5 of 18 ($2) 5,771
Jackpot Winner Yes
Amount Won $500,000
Cash Option $250,000
Next Drawing Monday, July 03, 2017
Jackpot Amount $500,000
Cash Option $250,000
   

 

 

Cash4Life Detailed Results 06/29/17

June 29th, 2017

 

Cash4Life Detailed Results
Thursday, June 29
07-08-13-18-48 / 02
Match
Match CashBall Winners Prize Amounts Number of Winners in MD
5 1 0 $1,000 a day for life 0
5 0 1 $1,000 a week for life 0
4 1 24 $2,500  1
4 0 63 $500 3
3 1 1,029 $100 42
3 0 3,477 $25 180
2 1 18,335 $10 929
2 0 56,384 $4 2755
1 1 106,229 $2 5534
TOTAL 185,542 9444
Top Prize Winner NO
Next Drawing Monday 07/03/17

Last-Minute Bet Lands Player a $13,971 Racetrax Win

June 29th, 2017

Prince George’s County man acts on lucky feeling

A Fort Washington resident nagged by a lucky feeling about the next Racetrax  game finally rushed to the counter of his local Lottery retailer, F&W Convenience. He hoped to place a Trifecta Box bet on the number 8, 10 and 12 horses to win in any order. One of the retailer’s speedy clerks got his bet in just before the game closed and, just like that, the horses were off and running.

“I stayed and watched the game and saw the horses come up,” said the 51-year-old. He’d won big! “I quietly walked out of the store, but not before catching the eye of the salesperson. I told her, ‘I will see you tomorrow.’ ” He planned to do something nice for the clerk because his last-minute bet paid out $13,971!

The calm winner kept news of his good fortune to himself until the next morning.

“I called my boss to tell him I needed to head to Baltimore to take care of some business and asked for the day off,” he said. “Then, I called one of my co-workers and said we need to take a ride to Baltimore.” As she got in the car, he told her about his big Racetrax prize.

The happy winner was smiling from ear to ear all the way to Baltimore and his co-worker was just as happy for him. The lucky Prince George’s County resident plans to put his prize in the bank for now.

His Lottery retailer wins, too. F&W Convenience, which is located at 974 East Swan Creek Road in Fort Washington, will receive a $139 bonus for selling a winning Racetrax ticket of $10,000 or more. The bonus is equal to 1 percent of the prize.

Aberdeen Angler Reels in Monster of a Scratch-off Prize

June 29th, 2017

Harford County man wins $10,000 playing Maximum Money game

Successful fishing is combination of patience, persistence and a bit of luck. That same combination also works for winning playing Maryland Lottery scratch-offs, according to one happy Harford County resident. He hooked a whopper of a win with a $10,000 prize on a Maximum Money scratch-off earlier this week.

The 69-year-old former refrigeration manufacturer retired seven years ago and now passes the time with his three passions: family, fishing and scratch-offs. His grandson would frequently visit, bringing along a bundle of scratch-offs for him. This week, the $10 Maximum Money ticket surfaced and looked promising. Could he reel in a win? When one of his numbers matched, the angler from Aberdeen felt excitement like that when a fish tugs a baited line. Revealing the matching number’s prize amount of $10,000 was exhilarating.

The lucky winner told Lottery officials that he doesn’t have any immediate plans for the prize but might take a couple of nice fishing trips. “Anywhere there’s fishing is all right with me,” said the retiree.

Could you hook a winner at his lucky Harford County retailer, too? Visit Post Road Liquors located at 1123 Revolution Street in Havre de Grace. The $10 Maximum Money scratch-off launched in April. There are still seven unclaimed top prizes of $100,000 remaining in the popular game, along with thousands of other prizes ranging from $10 to $10,000.

Power Ball Detailed Results 06/28/17

June 29th, 2017

 

Powerball Detailed Results
Wednesday, June 28
29-37-46-53-68-08x2
Match
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  13 $50,000 0 0
4 0  277 $100 6 0
3 1 708 $100 17 2
3 0  18,102 $7 430 59
2 1 15,557 $7 357 57
1 1 127,910 $4 2,719 372
0 1 336,941 $4 7,233 1,043
TOTAL 499,508 10,762 1,533
Jackpot Winner NO
Jackpot Amount
Cash Option
Next Drawing Wednesday 07/01/17
Jackpot Amount $106,000,000
Cash Option $67,700,000

Retired Biochemistry Teacher Has Keno Down to a Science

June 28th, 2017

Frederick resident Emily Campen, her husband Steven (left) and son Jessie were all smiles as Emily claimed a $12,507.50 Keno prize.

Loyal player wins $12,507.50 on 8-spot ticket

Frederick resident Emily Campen used to teach biochemistry and physics to students in Frederick County schools. Now retired, the mother of four spends many afternoons studying the science behind the numbers in her favorite Maryland Lottery game, Keno.

On many Keno-playing occasions, her son Jessie joins Emily but not so on the afternoon of June 26. Emily was on her own at Atlantic Grille in Frederick when an 8-spot Super Bonus ticket packed with her lucky numbers delivered the biggest Lottery prize of her life – $12,507.50! Emily won with a playslip she uses regularly that contains all zero numbers – 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70 and 80. On the 11th draw of the 20 draws she purchased, all eight of the zero numbers showed up.

“I was on my way to buy more tickets, and I saw all of the zeros, like little light bulbs,” said Emily. Her husband Steven and Jessie joined the happy wife and mother as she claimed her prize at Lottery headquarters in Baltimore.

Her win offers a great example of the benefit of adding the Super Bonus option to a Keno ticket. The retiree had wagered only 25 cents per game, which gave her a base prize of $2,500. The 5x Super Bonus multiplier drawn for that game quintupled her prize to $12,500. The other 19 draws on the ticket produced an additional payout of $7.50.

After confirming the amount of her win, the 63-year-old called her husband to share the good news. “She said, ‘Are you sitting down?’” Steven told Lottery officials. “She said, ‘I just won big on Keno,’ and I said, ‘Oh, right!’ ”

Next, Emily texted Jessie to let him know what he’d missed. About a month ago, Emily won $500 and Jessie won $100 on the same day. “She sent me a text that said she won $12,500 on Keno, and I texted back, ‘Liar!’ ” Jessie said with a laugh.

Emily plans to put her winnings in the bank for now. The family may use the prize to plan a vacation, and perhaps a special Fourth of July weekend that will include a celebration of Jessie’s birthday on July 3.

The Atlantic Grille, located at 3531 John Simmons St. in Frederick, is a winner as well. For selling a Keno ticket valued at more than $10,000, the retailer will receive a $125 bonus from the Maryland Lottery – equal to 1 percent of the prize.

Top 40 Scratch-Offs – June 30, 2017

June 28th, 2017

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TOP 40 SCRATCH-OFFS: Friday, June 30, 2017
RANK GAME NAME % SOLD PREVIOUS RANK
1 $2,000,000 Fortune 40.6% 1
2 $1,000 Frenzy 13.8% 2
3 $500 Frenzy 21.0% 3
4 Family Feud 34.5% 4
5 Maximum Money 37.6% 5
6 100X The Cash 36.1% 6
7 50X The Cash 59.9% 7
8 20X The Cash 7.3% 9
9 Ultimate Riches 83.2% 8
10 Home Run Riches 2017 54.4% 10
11 $250,000 Jackpot 51.0% 11
12 Diamonds and Gold Doubler 38.0% 12
13 Deluxe Crossword 39.1% 13
14 $1,000,000 Platinum Play 62.7% 15
15 Super Crossword 51.9% 14
16 Magic Number Bingo 62.0% 16
17 The Big 10 Ticket 76.5% 17
18 $100 Frenzy 13.8% 18
19 Diamond Spectacular 76.3% 19
20 All Cash No Taxes 55.9% 20
21 UNO 39.6% 21
22 $50 Frenzy 75.1% 23
23 10X Cash 16.5% 22
24 Bingo Gold 47.2% 24
25 Pay Me 59.2% 25
26 Your Fortune 64.5% 26
27 Double Match 33.9% 27
28 Super 7s Jackpot 48.5% 28
29 You Win 73.5% 29
30 Betty Boop 58.6% 31
31 7 38.6% 30
32 10X The Cash 88.1% 32
33 Cash Craze Crossword 73.4% 33
34 Diamond Bingo 60.3% 34
35 Big Money Spectacular 41.0% 35
36 Treasure Island 51.2% 36
37 Loteria 82.2% 37
38 Refund Check 84.4% 38
39 Bonus 7-11-21 57.4% 39
40 Instant Pick 4 82.9% 40

Laurel Roofer Nails Top-Prize Scratch-off Win

June 28th, 2017

A lucky feeling brought Rigoberto Arita Maldonado and his $50,000 winning Home Run Riches instant ticket together.

Claims $50,000 prize on Home Run Riches game

Rigoberto Arita Maldonado of Laurel has watched his aunt win often – especially in recent weeks – with Maryland Lottery scratch-offs. In fact, she’s won so often with the Home Run Riches game that when a “lucky feeling” compelled him to buy a scratch-off, the roofer bought her $5 game of choice and nailed its $50,000 top prize.

The 21-year-old was traveling to an appointment when the impulse to try a Lottery scratch-off overcame him.

“I play once in a while for fun,” Rigoberto said. “But, this feeling just hit me. I needed to get a ticket right now!”

As luck would have it, he soon passed Lottery retailer Value Dollar in Hyattsville. And, just as lucky was the fact that the store carried the Home Run Riches game.

“She plays a lot and is always winning,” he said. “She said Home Run Riches was her favorite, and that she won more with it than with others.”

After revealing his instant ticket’s barcode, Rigoberto ran the scratch-off through the Lottery ticket checker to see if he’d won a prize.

“I saw a message I’d never seen before,” he said. “I wondered what could be wrong with the machine.” He finished scratching off the Home Run Riches instant ticket and that ended any confusion. “My hands were shaking when I saw the $50,000 win. I couldn’t believe it was true,” he said. “I didn’t know what to think, what to do.” A phone call to his family, especially one to his aunt, revived him from his happy haze.

Rigoberto plans to use his prize to jump-start the opening of a small business that he’s been planning. His $50,000 win leaves three top-prize Home Run Riches winning tickets on store shelves along with five unclaimed $5,000 prizes and thousands of others ranging from $10 to $1,000.

His lucky retailer also wins. For selling the top-prize scratch-off in the game, Value Dollar located at 8030 New Hampshire Avenue earns a $500 bonus from the Lottery.

The Home Run Riches game has a second-chance contest that is putting cash in the hands of players. Enter non-winning Home Run Riches scratch-offs into My Lottery Rewards for a chance to win $500 and designation as Contestant of the Game and $500 for every home run hit by an Orioles player in that game. Upcoming entry deadlines are July 24 and Aug. 28.

Laurel Grocery Store Sells $50,000 Bonus Match 5 Ticket

June 28th, 2017

Lucky player bought ticket for June 27 drawing

Who went grocery shopping in Laurel and bagged a $50,000 winning Bonus Match 5 ticket? The Maryland Lottery is looking for the lucky player who bought a top-prize-winning ticket for the Tuesday, June 27 drawing from Giant in Laurel.

The winning ticket matches the five numbers of 4, 5, 7, 8 and 11; the Bonus Ball was 2. 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 also has reason to celebrate! The Lottery will give Giant #340 located at 1009 Fairlawn St. in Laurel a bonus of $500 for selling the top-prize winning 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!

Lucky Zeros Give ‘Sunshine’ a $30,000 Keno Win

June 28th, 2017

“Sunshine” is overjoyed with a $30,000 Keno win that will enable her to pay off bills and put money aside for her children’s future

Dunkirk woman finds Lottery luck with 8-spot bet

“Sunshine” of Dunkirk, who describes herself as a naturally happy person, is overjoyed that the combination of wearing her lucky bracelet and playing her “lucky zeros” during her lucky Lottery month worked to give her a $30,000 Keno win.

“I am ecstatic!” said the physical therapy aide. “I am always happy so now I’m really, really happy.”

The day she won the biggest prize of her life began with her decision to don her lucky bracelet, which was a gift that she’s worn on other winning days. The 42-year-old had just won $10 playing Powerball, for example, which boosted her record of wins large and small during the month of June. In 2016, she won $4,000 in June playing Keno. With those two factors in mind, the single mother of two stopped at Dash In #10921 in Owings to cash in her $10 winning ticket and see if Lady Luck would reappear.

“Sunshine” reinvested her prize into an 8-spot Keno ticket. “I love Keno,” she said, “and I play the zeros.” She wagered that the 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70 and 80 numbers would appear in one of four drawings and then left the store with her $8 ticket.

“I had to pick up my daughter from daycare,” she said, so she didn’t stop to watch the drawings. The Calvert County resident didn’t get far, however. A bad car accident had vehicles at a standstill. Pulling out her phone to pass the time, she went to the Lottery app and checked her ticket against the winning numbers.

“All of my numbers came out,” she said. “I just cut my phone off and decided to check them at home.” Sure enough, she had a big winner on her hands. This mom didn’t want to scream and shout and upset her children. “I was happy on the inside,” she said.

“Sunshine” plans to pay bills with her prize and put money aside for her children’s future.

Dash In also has reason to celebrate. For selling a winning Keno ticket of $10,000 or more, the Calvert County store located at 136 E. Chesapeake Beach Road will earn a $300 bonus from the Lottery – equal to 1 percent of the prize.



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