Lottery Players from Four Counties Take $10,000 or More

Racetrax player from Manchester leads the pack with $15,310.50 score

In the past several days, Maryland Lottery players from Anne Arundel, Carroll, Frederick and Prince George’s counties picked up big checks at Lottery headquarters in Baltimore.

The biggest payday came on a Racetrax Superfecta Wheel bet that paid a prize of $15,310.50 to a 75-year-old man from Manchester. He won on April 10 playing at the Woodlawn Mart at 1818 Woodlawn Drive in Baltimore. For selling a winning Racetrax ticket worth $10,000 or more, the Lottery retail partner picks up a bonus of $153.10, equal to 1 percent of the prize.

More recently, a 56-year-old woman from Upper Marlboro cashed out a Keno ticket worth $10,000 on April 16 at Lottery headquarters. She won with an 8-spot bet placed at the American Legion Post #259 at 9122 Piscataway Road in Clinton. For selling a winning Keno ticket worth $10,000 or more, Post #259 receives a bonus of $100, equal to 1 percent of the prize.

On April 9, a player from Frederick cashed in $10,000-winning scratch-off in the $100,000 Crossword game. The lucky player bought the $10 scratch-off at Waverley Beer & Wine, which is located at 45A Waverley Drive in Frederick. The $100,000 Crossword game is packed with unclaimed prizes, including four top prizes of $100,000 along with 10 $10,000 prizes.

Also on April 9, a player from Linthicum picked up a $10,000 prize on the $200,000 Jackpot scratch-off game. The 68-year-old bought the $10 instant ticket at Linthicum Exxon at 402 South Camp Meade Road in Linthicum. The last date to claim prizes on this scratch-off is Sept. 9.