Waldorf player “Twice Is Nice” picked up a $50,000 win on the Ultimate Cash game, only a year after winning $100,000 on a different scratch-off.
An Elkridge husband and wife celebrate their $50,000 Powerball win.
Yesica Moya Jovel of Silver Spring took home a $136,056 FAST PLAY Casino Royale Slots progressive jackpot prize.
“SC” of Baltimore remains on the hunt for a multimillion-dollar jackpot after collecting a $50,000 third-tier Powerball prize.
Loyal Racetrax player “Mysterio R.” of Columbia took home a $117,769 prize.
Sandra and Albert Russell turned two $5 scratch-off wins into a $50,000 prize on the Holiday Cash scratch-off.
A Baltimore first responder and her husband celebrate their $100,000 top-prize win.
Washington, D.C. resident Warren Leonard crossed the Maryland state line to find his $50,000 top prize on the Deluxe Crossword scratch-off game.
This Montgomery County resident turned his frown upside down with a $100,000 scratch-off win.
Former Baltimore City police officer Kenneth Matthew of Laurel won $100,000 in part because he is not a fan of the funk music variant known as go-go.
With a no-frills $1 Superfecta bet, the “Bowie Ballers” scored a $229,774 Racetrax win.
“Rocky” of Beltsville found his lucky Pick 5 numbers on a license plate.
A $50,000 top-prize scratch-off win will enable Paul Armbrester Jr. of Overlea to continue helping his family.
This Baltimore woman is $50,000 richer after trying her luck at a Baltimore County grocery.
A $100,000-winning scratch-off found its way to Christopher Hudson of Delaware, who won the first of the game’s eight top prizes. Celebrating with him is fiancée Claudia Taylor.
Frederick’s Charles Reed proclaims his daughter to be his “Good Luck Charm” after scratching his way to a $100,000 top-prize win playing the $5 Ravens X5 instant ticket.
“Ima Snowbird” of Reisterstown attributes her FAST PLAY Casino Royal Slots progressive jackpot win of $205,147 to the thing that makes all Lottery wins possible: “dumb luck.”
A $100,000 Powerball prize will make the transition to retirement much easier, say the winning Baltimore couple.
Charles County’s “Uno” and her husband took home the first $100,000 top prize on the $100,000 Ca$h scratch-off game.
Proud Prince George’s County winners Elio and Maria Figueroa won a $50,000 top prize playing the $50,000 Cash game.