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Wagering Technique Leads to Hefty Racetrax Payout

May 16th, 2017

Baltimore resident wins $10,599 prize on a $1 wager

A housekeeper from a Baltimore-area hospital really cleaned up at the track this week. While taking a break from shopping, she settled in to play the Maryland Lottery’s Racetrax game and won $10,599 on a $1 wager!

The 66-year-old Baltimore resident found herself in the Lottery Winner’s Circle after taking a break from shoe shopping at Lexington Market. The lucky lady made her way to nearby Lottery retailer Downtown Tobacco to place a few wagers. Because she was unfamiliar with the game, she studied the virtual races, noted finishes and planned her bets. Three wagers gave her a taste of success as she won small prizes on each race.

Before leaving the retailer, she decided to try one more game and change her wagering technique. She bet the long odds of winning with a Superfecta bet that requires players to select four horses to finish in exact order.

The woman’s Racetrax studies paid off! Her horses finished in exact order – 9, 5, 4 and 3 – and turned her $1 wager into the $10,599 prize. The odds of selecting that winning combination are approximately 1 in 15,914.

The happy player asked a clerk to check her ticket and confirm the win. When told the size of her prize, she began to shake with excitement, she said.

“Lord, have mercy Jesus! I thought I was about to faint!” said the winner.

She plans to use the prize to purchase a new dining room set and will share some of the winnings with family members.

Downtown Tobacco, which is located at 500 West Lexington Street, is also a winner. For selling a winning Racetrax ticket worth $10,000 or more, the store receives a bonus from the Lottery of $105 – equal to 1 percent of the prize.

Racetrax players can enjoy a special promotion now through May 28. ANY $6 Racetrax purchase will receive a $1 discount! The maximum discount given players is $5 on any ticket valued at $30 or more.

Name Something to Do While Waiting to Tee Off? Survey Says …Win $50,000!

May 16th, 2017

Crisfield man claims top prize on Family Feud® scratch-off

A Somerset County golfer who couldn’t get on the greens wound up rolling in the green, thanks in part to a golf tournament that delayed his tee-off time.

Last Saturday, the golfer was geared up to play when he discovered a tournament pushed back his tee time. To pass the time, the 56-year-old went to a Dash In in Westover to purchase scratch-offs. He picked out two $5 games – Home Run Riches and Family Feud – and a $10 50x The Cash game that was suggested by the store owner.

“I don’t normally play the $10 games,” said the Crisfield resident. “But, I bought one any way.”

The married father of two adult children made his way back to the golf course with his purchases and parked. He then proceeded to scratch off the three games. All three were winners! Best of all, the Family Feud scratch-off delivered the game’s $50,000 top prize!

“I had to pull my glasses out to take a better look,” he said, chuckling. “I looked again and again.”

The secretive winner decided not to share his good news with anyone right away. Instead, he tucked the winning tickets in his golf bag and proceeded to play his round of golf.

Meanwhile, back at home, an upset wife was waiting.

“We had plans to go out for the evening and he was late,” she said. “But, when he came home and showed me that ticket, I cooled off.” The couple kept their plans and, prompted by his wife, the winner kept checking his pocket to make sure the $50,000 winning ticket was safe.

The next day, they shared the news with their children. The couple’s son came over to inspect the winning instant ticket in person. “My dad wanted me to scan it on my phone to make sure it was real,” said the 30-year-old son.

The happy marina mechanic said work obligations kept him from claiming the prize for a week. Accompanied by his wife and son, the scratch-off fan claimed the prize at Lottery headquarters in Baltimore. He plans to use his winnings to pay off his home and purchase a new truck.

The lucky Somerset County retailer also wins! For selling a top-prize scratch-off in the game, the Dash In located at 8910 Crisfield Highway will receive a $500 bonus from the Lottery.

This is the second $50,000 top prize claimed in the Family Feud game, which also has an exciting second-chance contest. The game has eight more top prizes along with 12 $5,000 prizes and 27 $1,000 prizes. Players can enter non-winning Family Feud instant tickets into their My Lottery Rewards account for the chance to win cash prizes of $50,000 and $500. The first of three entry deadlines is June 5; for promotion details, visit here.

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

May 16th, 2017

Lucky winner bought ticket at Wegmans

Are you $50,000 richer this morning? Check your Bonus Match 5 tickets to see if you are our lucky winner in the Monday, May 15 drawing! The Maryland Lottery is looking for the player holding a top-prize-winning ticket sold by the Wegmans store at 9001 McHugh Drive in Lanham.

The lucky ticket matches the five numbers of 3, 10, 12, 17 and 23; the Bonus Ball was 39. Lottery officials urge the winner to sign the back of the ticket and put it in a safe place. The lucky winner has 182 days from the date of the drawing to claim the prize and must come in person to Lottery headquarters at 1800 Washington Blvd. in Baltimore.

The Prince George’s County retailer is also a winner; the Lottery will give the store 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!

Multi-Match Detailed Results Monday, May 15, 2017

May 15th, 2017
Multi-Match Detailed Results
Monday, May 15, 2017
5 of 6 ($1,000) 13
4 of 6 ($20) 530
3 of 6 ($2) 7,980
Number of Winners Matching on Multiple Lines
10+ of 18 ($2,000) 2
9 of 18 ($500) 10
8 of 18 ($100) 60
 7 of 18 ($20) 368
6 of 18 ($7) 1,712
5 of 18 ($2) 6,070
Jackpot Winner NO
Amount Won N/A
Cash Option N/A
Next Drawing May, 18, 2017
Jackpot Amount $625,000
Cash Option $312,500


Cash4Life Detailed Results 05/15/17

May 15th, 2017


Cash4Life Detailed Results
Monday, May 15
02-27-28-34-39  / 03
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 13 $2,500 0
4 0 42 $500 1
3 1 927 $100 43
3 0 2,656 $25 124
2 1 17,239 $10 765
2 0 48,689 $4 2,397
1 1 114,938 $2 5,722
TOTAL 184,504 9,052
Top Prize Winner NO
Next Drawing Thursday 05/18/17

Lucky Landscaper Collects Second Helping of Lottery Green

May 15th, 2017

Rainy days and scratch-offs are a winning combo for this lucky landscaper.

Beltsville resident wins second $10,000 scratch-off prize in five months

Rainy days and Maryland Lottery scratch-offs are a winning combination for a lucky landscaper, who just collected his second $10,000 prize in five months.

The 26-year-old Beltsville resident found Lottery luck along New Hampshire Avenue on another rainy day. He bought a $10 scratch-off both times but at different Lottery retailers. The bachelor’s first $10,000 prize came in December when rainy weather cancelled work for the day. He won on a Maximum Jackpot scratch-off that he purchased at White Oak Bowling at 11207 New Hampshire Avenue in Silver Spring.

This time, his prize came from a 50x The Cash scratch-off sold by Langley Shop located at 8001 New Hampshire Avenue in Hyattsville.

He stopped at the store, bought the 50x the Cash instant ticket and started scratching it off in the store. “When I saw the first three numbers, I just left and went home,” he said. Those first three numbers on the top row matched the winning numbers and had a combined prize of $1,110. Once he was safely home, he finished revealing the numbers and discovered his $10,000 win.

“I was in shock to see it was the same amount I won before,” he said.

He plans to save the prize and invest some of the money.

The 50x the Cash game has plenty of prizes remaining. Players can look for four unclaimed $100,000 top prizes, seven $50,000 prizes and thousands of others ranging from $10 to $1,000. A member of the Lottery’s multiplier family of scratch-off games, the 50x The Cash game is joined by 5x The Cash, 10x The Cash, 20x The Cash and 100x The Cash scratch-offs.

Loyal Scratch-off Player Rewarded with $50,000 Prize

May 15th, 2017

Big win comes at perfect time for fan of $1,000,000 Platinum Play ticket

It goes without saying that there is never a bad time to win $50,000. However, the timing doesn’t get any more perfect that it was for a Clinton resident who described herself as “a religious Maryland Lottery scratch-off buyer.”

The 55-year-old is between jobs, which means the $50,000 prize she won on the $1,000,000 Platinum Play ticket is truly a blessing.

“I’m good for a few months, but now, with this, I’ll be able to pay off my car and give some help to a few people close to me,” said the lucky winner, adding that she hadn’t yet told a soul about her prize.

The Prince George’s County resident has been buying $1,000,000 Platinum Play instant tickets regularly because she saw on the Lottery’s website that three of the game’s four $1 million top prizes are still unclaimed.

“I’ve been trying for that million dollars and I buy a few scratch-offs every Friday,” she said.

On May 12, the store where she typically buys her $1,000,000 Platinum Play instant tickets didn’t have any available, so she stopped at Chesapeake Liquors in Clinton. She purchased two tickets at the store, which is located at 8853 Branch Avenue, and scratched them off as soon as she got home.

“I got the $50,000 on the first one – I was jumping up and down,” she said. Over the weekend, she put the lucky instant ticket in a secret hiding place to keep it safe and later moved it to another safe spot. “I said, ‘Please don’t let anything happen to me because if the ticket is hidden nobody will find it!’ ”

Monday morning, the happy winner safely arrived at Lottery headquarters in Baltimore to claim her prize. In addition to paying off her car, she plans to quietly give gifts to friends and family members. She has no plans to tell them where the money came from.

The $1,000,000 Platinum Play ticket launched in August 2016. In addition to the three remaining $1 million top prizes, the $20 instant ticket still has four unclaimed $50,000 prizes, 18 $10,000 prizes, and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $20 to $5,000.

Construction Supervisor Builds Up to Big Scratch-off Win

May 15th, 2017

This Fort Washington construction supervisor enjoyed the build up to his $10,000 win.

Claims $10,000 prize on Magic Number Bingo game

You won’t ever find Alejandro Rodriguez Estrada of Fort Washington rushing to complete a task at the job site or hurrying to scratch off instant tickets in his living room. The construction supervisor and avid Maryland Lottery fan believes that taking his time pays off, whether it’s at work to prevent mistakes or playing instant tickets to extend his fun.

Taking his time gave lucky Alejandro hours of fun leading up to his $10,000 win on a Magic Number Bingo scratch-off!

“I get these tickets just about whenever I’m in a store that sells them,” the father of seven told Lottery officials on Friday when he claimed his prize. “I always look for bingo or crossword games – they’re my favorites.”

A stop at 7-Eleven #36471 located at 2000 University Boulevard in Hyattsville brought Alejandro face to face with the Magic Number Bingo scratch-off. “I noticed it right away and bought it.”

Once home, the Prince George’s County resident began the slow, deliberate process of playing his bingo game. He’s employed that routine for years. “I scratched the game boards to see my numbers first and then stopped. I didn’t touch the caller’s number section.”

Alejandro said he usually stops playing his scratch-off game and does work around the house or runs an errand before finishing his big reveal. “The grass was getting a bit long so I got the mower out,” he said. “It was probably an hour before I got back to the ticket.”

Finishing off his game revealed what looked like a $10,000 win. “My wife asked what I was so excited about so I showed it to her,” said the happy husband. “She got excited, too.”

A return trip to 7-Eleven for confirmation removed any doubt. “My family keeps telling me to get a few more bingo tickets, just in case the luck is still hanging around.”

The Estrada family plans to put the Magic Number Bingo winnings in the bank. The $5 ticket debuted last September and still has three $50,000 top-prize tickets in stores and seven that carry a $10,000 prize.

$10,000 Winner Gets Lost in Charm City Before Claiming Lottery Prize

May 15th, 2017

GPS malfunction sends Delmar friends on a detour attempting to find Lottery’s Claim Center

A Delmar woman and her friend were happily on their way from Maryland’s Eastern Shore to the Lottery’s headquarters in Baltimore when everything went wrong. The GPS system in their vehicle malfunctioned about half an hour before they reached Baltimore and the duo spent nearly two hours trying to find their way.

“Everything was going just fine and then nothing,” said the winner.

“It just stopped working,” her friend added.

Thankfully, they figured out where they went wrong and found their way to the Lottery’s office so the 58-year-old winner could claim the $10,000 prize she won playing 50X The Cash last week.

The lucky lady said she purchased two of the popular scratch-offs at the Royal Farms store located at 101 North Salisbury Avenue and played them in the store. Luck was on her side when the first ticket revealed a $50 win. The Wicomico County resident then scratched the second ticket and was shocked by what she saw.

“I thought it was $10,000, but I wasn’t so sure,” she said, adding that she let her friend see the ticket and he confirmed the win for her.

“I told her it was definitely $10,000,” he smiled.

The lucky winner, who works as a seamstress, was relieved after the unexpected tour around Baltimore City was over and she could happily claim her prize. She shared that she hasn’t yet made any plans winnings.

The 50X The Cash ticket launched in January, and four of its $100,000 top prizes are still unclaimed, along with seven $50,000 prizes, 18 more $10,000 prizes, and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $10 to $1,000.

Powerball Detailed Results 05/13/17

May 14th, 2017


Powerball Detailed Results
Saturday, May 13
Match PB Winners Prize Amounts Number of Winners in MD Power Play Winners In MD
5 1 0 Jackpot 0
5 0 3 $1,000,000 0 0
4 1 15 $50,000 0 0
4 0 447 $100 6 0
3 1 1,210 $100 27 2
3 0 30,661 $7 672 79
2 1 25,502 $7 544 70
1 1 202,913 $4 4,613 578
0 1 510,818 $4 11,354 1,439
TOTAL 766,569 17,214 2,168
Jackpot Winner NO
Jackpot Amount
Cash Option
Next Drawing Wednesday 05/17/17
Jackpot Amount $204,000,000
Cash Option $124,900,000