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Texan Claims $144 Million Jackpot

Monday, February 15, 2010

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Despite claiming the largest prize in Texas Lottery history, Katy resident William R Kiefer wants no part of fame or fortune. This humble Texan only has three plans: retire, donate to worthy causes and encourage others to do the same. “The greatest gift my parents gave me was to be raised a Christian,” said Kiefer. “I plan to give 60 percent of all after-tax winnings to charity.” What a great fellow. Congrats to this lucky Texas player!


The jackpot in America’s favorite lottery game continues to get bigger and bigger exciting players across the country! Even though the grand prize was not awarded Saturday evening, a lucky ticket in Wisconsin matched all 5 white numbers with the Power Play and won $1 million cash! Four other tickets throughout the States matched 5 white balls and won $200,000 cash each. In addition, 630,711 tickets across the nation won a total of $6,665,011 in prizes.

Because no one correctly matched all six numbers in Saturday’s drawing the jackpot will grow to an estimated $40 million!

The cash option for the Wednesday, February 17th drawing will be an estimated $19.6 million.

Florida Lottery:

The Florida Lottery today announced that BILLION DOLLAR BLOCKBUSTER Scratch-Off winner Dawn Smith Ottley, 52, of St. Petersburg, claimed her $1 million prize at Florida Lottery headquarters. This marks the 22nd winner to claim a $1 million prize in the popular Scratch-Off game; 98 $1 million prizes remain.

Dawn chose the one-time, lump-sum payment option for her winnings in the amount of $650,000.00. Congrats to this lucky Lady!

California Lottery:

One lucky California Lottery player in Redwood City saw their horse come in last night, and as a result, they’re $217,258 richer today! That’s because they played Daily Derby and their ticket matched all three winning horses and the final race time. A big congrats to this lucky player!

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