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Maryland woman earns her fourth major lottery prize



Retired administrator is latest player to rack up another winBy Kate NorthropELKTON, Md. — A Maryland woman is relishing her latest lottery win of $50,000, racking up her win count to four major prizes to-date.A 71-year-old retired administrator going by the name “Miss Elkton Sunshine” is elated after winning her fourth major lottery prize. She joins the likes of a few other players who have recently made headlines for winning the lottery multiple times.The Elkton resident picked up a second prize worth $50,000 from the “Bankroll Buck$” scratch-off game after purchasing a $10 ticket from ACME Markets grocery store at Big Elk Mall in Elkton.”I’ve won a few times in the past, and every time I win I feel very lucky,” she told the Maryland Lottery.Her luck began back in 2019 when she played the $10 “Bingo X10” scratch-off game and took home a $100,000 prize. Then, she won a $50,000 second prize from the $20 “Max A Million” instant game. Moving ahead to January 2021, “Miss Elkton Sunshine” found herself looking right at her third lottery prize of $10,000.The four-time winner used the winnings from her previous prizes to do some repairs on her home, which included a roof replacement. Now that she has herself squared away at home, she said that she wants to use her most recent $50,000 prize to help others build their future.”My husband and I plan to start a scholarship at the college I retired from so that the students who need it can pay for their education,” she said in a press release.Following “Miss Elkton Sunshine’s” fourth win, there are currently five top prizes of $100,000 remaining out of the eight that were available since the game’s launch in December. There are also six out of nine second prizes of $50,000 and twenty out of twenty-four third prizes of $10,000 left to claim. .

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Maryland sees 11.5 percent drop in gaming revenue in January

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aryland Lottery and Gaming announced on Friday that the state’s six casinos saw a decrease of 11.5% in gaming revenue, as the properties generated  $128,763,516 compared to the January 2020 total of $145,466,952 (-$16,703,436).
Casino gaming contributions to the state in January 2021 totaled $53,964,464, a decrease of $6,244,276 (-10.4%) compared to the $60,208,740 contributed to the state in January 2020.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, MGM National Harbor, Live! Casino & Hotel and Horseshoe Casino were limited to 25% of their capacity during January 2021, while the state’s other three casinos were limited to 50% capacity. Contributions to the Education Trust Fund in January 2021 were $39,215,848, a decrease of $5,945,370 (-13.2%) compared to the $45,161,218 in ETF contributions during January 2020. Casino gaming revenues also support the communities and jurisdictions where the casinos are located, Maryland’s horse racing industry, and small, minority- and women-owned businesses. As part of Maryland’s effort to halt the spread of COVID-19, the casinos were closed on March 16 and began reopening with capacity limitations on June 19, WBOC reports. Casino operators worked with local and state public health officials to develop their reopening protocols. The casinos have implemented social distancing and sanitation procedures, including a requirement that all employees and patrons wear face coverings.
Maryland’s six privately owned casinos offer both slot machines and table games: MGM National Harbor in Prince George’s County; Live! Casino & Hotel in Anne Arundel County; Horseshoe Casino Baltimore in Baltimore City; Ocean Downs Casino in Worcester County; Hollywood Casino Perryville in Cecil County; and Rocky Gap Casino Resort in Allegany County.
Here are the gaming revenue totals for January 2021:

MGM National Harbor (1,623 slot machines, 196 table games)$50,502,764 in January 2021, a decrease of $8,023,745 (-13.7%) from January 2020
Live! Casino & Hotel (2,756 slot machines, 184 table games)$47,772,497 in January 2021, a decrease of $3,975,686 (-7.7%) from January 2020
Horseshoe Casino (1,003 slot machines, 151 table games)$13,757,653 in January 2021, a decrease of $5,530,627 (-28.7%) from January 2020
Hollywood Casino (583 slot machines, 16 table games)$6,840,730 in January 2021, an increase of $724,008 (11.8 %) from January 2020
Ocean Downs Casino (610 slot machines, 18 table games)$5,665,890 in January 2021, an increase of $318,094 (5.9%) from January 2020
Rocky Gap Casino (412 slot machines, 16 table games)$4,223,982 in January 2021, a decrease of $215,479 (-4.9%) from January 2020

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Delaware man “Spare Change” wins $1 million in Maryland Lottery



Vending machine attendant gets more than a little spare changeBy Kate NorthropOCEAN CITY, Md. — A vending machine attendant who goes by the name “Spare Change” has just won $1 million from a scratch-off in the Maryland Lottery.The 36-year-old man, who hails from Millsboro, Delaware, picked up his fortune in the midst of his daily routine when he purchased a scratch-off ticket from the Lottery’s “100X The Cash” game for $20.”Spare Change” stopped at the 7-Eleven convenience store on Coastal Highway in Ocean City to buy his usual rounds of tickets on his way to work, where he ensures that the amusement machines are up and running for visitors to enjoy.”Almost every hotel has a game room, and there’s bars, restaurants and boardwalk too,” he explained in a news release. “If there’s a crane machine, Golden Tee machine, a foosball table, air hockey or pool table, it’s my job to visit them regularly, picking up the coins and restocking the machines.”His routine involves purchasing some Pick 3 and Pick 4 tickets, along with an instant game. While scratching off his ticket, he saw another customer accidentally leave money in the Lottery machine.”Spare Change” scooped up the money with the intent of returning it to the customer who left it there. He quickly decided to buy another scratch-off ticket and caught the other player before she left the store to return her money.He took the “100X The Cash” ticket he bought in his last-minute decision and scanned it at the prize check area of the store but was confused to see a message telling him to take the ticket to the Maryland Lottery, according to a press release.Needing to investigate further, he took his ticket out to the car and got to scratching. What he revealed gave him the shock of a lifetime.”I started shaking,” he recalled. “My nerves were rattled, and I had trouble thinking straight for the rest of the work day.””Spare Change” had just discovered that he won a top prize worth $1 million. Now it became clear as to why the ticket scanner told him to visit the Lottery.When he did go to claim his prize, he collected the $1 million as an annuity, the uncommon claims option but one that would help him sensibly manage his newfound winnings.”This will keep me from spending it all quickly, and it’s like having an extra income,” he remarked.The 7-Eleven retailer earned a $1,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket.The lucky winner was the very first player to take home one of the six top prizes in the game, which was released in November. Currently, there are seven of eight second prizes of $50,000 and eight of twelve third prizes of $10,000 left to claim. .

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$731.1 million Powerball lottery jackpot won by single ticket sold in Maryland



Quick LinksYou last visited January 27, 2021, 5:52 pm All times shown areEastern Time (GMT-5:00) RecommendLottery PostHome › Forums › Lottery News › $731.1 million Powerball lottery jackpot won by single ticket sold in MarylandRecommend ThisPowerball: $731.1 million Powerball lottery jackpot won by single ticket sold in MarylandRating:Updated with retailer that sold winning ticketBy Todd NorthropOne Powerball lottery ticket sold in Maryland won the sixth-largest lottery prize in U.S. history on Wednesday night.The lucky numbers for the $731.1 million jackpot were 40, 53, 60, 68, and 69, with Powerball number 22. The Power Play multiplier was 3. The top prize was adjusted upwards from the initial estimate of $730 million after all proceeds were counted Wednesday night.The lump sum payout for the single winning ticket is a jaw-dropping $546.8 million.The winning ticket was sold at Coney Market in Lonaconing, which is in Allegany County in the Northwest part of the state, bordering Pennsylvania. Coney Market will receive a $100,000 bonus from the Maryland Lottery for selling the jackpot-winning ticket.Maryland lottery spokeswoman Carole Gentry said Wednesday night’s Powerball win is by far the largest prize in the Maryland Lottery’s history, easily outdistancing the $218.6 million share of a $656 million Mega Millions jackpot claimed anonymously by The Three Amigos in the March 30, 2012 drawing.The jackpot winner has the choice to take the $731.1 million paid in 30 graduated payments over 29 years or the $546.8 million lump sum payment. The annuity payments increase by 5% each year. All prize amounts are subject to federal and state tax, the results of which can be seen on the Powerball Jackpot Analysis page at USA Mega.”Congratulations to our winners in the Powerball drawing,” said Maryland Lottery and Gaming Director Gordon Medenica in a press release. “This is a truly exciting day for Maryland as we wait to see who will step forward to claim the jackpot!”Lottery winners in Maryland have the right to remain anonymous to claim the prize. Lottery claiming deadlines (typically 182 days) have been extended during Maryland’s COVID-19 state of emergency. Any ticket that reaches its expiration date while the state of emergency remains in effect can still be redeemed for up to 30 days after the date that the state of emergency is lifted.The Powerball jackpot had grown since September, when a ticket sold in New York won a $94.8 million jackpot. That winning ticket was sold at Minogue’s Beverage on Route 9 in Ballston Spa, and was claimed by a Malta man who received a one-time lump sum payment totaling $50,868,332 after required withholdings.The Jan. 20 drawing was the 36th since that last winner, making this the longest jackpot roll in Powerball history.The Powerball jackpot resets to its starting point of $20 million for Saturday’s drawing.The odds of hitting Wednesday’s grand prize was 1 in about 292 million. But Powerball says 1 in every 24.87 tickets wins a prize, starting at $4.Lottery players disappointed that they did not win all of that cash still have a prime opportunity to play for one of the biggest lottery jackpots of all time right now. The multi-state Mega Millions jackpot is currently approaching $1 billion, with a lump-sum cash option of $716.3 million.In the Wednesday Powerball drawing, 13 lucky players matched the first 5 numbers for a $1,000,000 prize: 2 from California, 2 from Georgia, 2 from Illinois, 1 from Maine, 1 from Maryland, 1 from Michigan, 3 from New Jersey, and 1 from Oregon.Only one of the second-prize winners — in the apparently-lucky state of Maryland — purchased the Power Play option for an extra $1 per play, doubling their prize to $2 million.The two California winners will share the $1,199,278 second prize pool in the state, winning $599,639 each. By law, California awards all prizes on a pari-mutuel basis, meaning the prizes will change each drawing based on the number of tickets sold and the number of tickets that won at each prize level. If nobody wins the money allocated for a prize level, that money is carried over to the next drawing.Also in the Wednesday drawing, 122 tickets matched four white numbers plus the Powerball and won $50,000. Of those tickets, 18 were purchased with the Power Play option, increasing the prize to $150,000, and 16 of the tickets were sold in California, where the prize was worth $19,188 this drawing.When a Powerball ticket is purchased with the Power Play option for an extra $1 per ticket, a second-prize win is doubled and any other non-jackpot prize is multplied by the Power Play number drawn that evening.A full chart of payout amounts and the official drawing video can be found on the Powerball Drawing Detail page at USA Mega, as well as on the Powerball Prize Payouts page at Lottery Post.Power Play is not available in California, because the fixed nature of the prize increase offered in Power Play is not compatible with California’s pari-mutuel payouts.The next Powerball drawing will take place Saturday night at 10:59 pm Eastern Time.Powerball is played in 45 states, plus the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Drawings are Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10:59 p.m. Eastern Time. Tickets cost $2 each.Powerball lottery results are published within minutes of the drawing at USA Mega (www.usamega.com). The USA Mega Web site provides lottery players in-depth information about the United States’s two biggest multi-state lottery games, Mega Millions and Powerball.Top 25 United States lottery jackpots of all timeWednesday’s Powerball jackpot was the 6th-largest lottery jackpot of all time in the United States, and the 4th-largest Powerball jackpot ever.Powerball: $1.5864 billion, Jan. 13, 2016 (19 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – California, Florida, TennesseeMega Millions: $1.537 billion, Oct. 23, 2018 (25 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – South CarolinaMega Millions: $970 million, Jan. 22, 2021 (36 rollovers, starting at $20 million) – Preliminary estimate, not won yetPowerball: $768.4 million, Mar. 27, 2019 (25 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – WisconsinPowerball: $758.7 million, Aug. 23, 2017 (20 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – MassachusettsPowerball: $731.1 million, Jan. 20, 2021 (35 rollovers, starting at $20 million) – MarylandPowerball: $687.8 million, Oct. 27, 2018 (21 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – Iowa, New YorkMega Millions: $656 million, Mar. 30, 2012 (18 rollovers, starting at $12 million) – Illinois, Kansas, MarylandMega Millions: $636 million, Dec. 17, 2013 (21 rollovers, starting at $12 million) – California, GeorgiaPowerball: $590.5 million, May 18, 2013 (13 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – FloridaPowerball: $587.5 million, Nov. 28, 2012 (15 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – Arizona, MissouriPowerball: $564.1 million, Feb. 11, 2015 (20 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – North Carolina, Puerto Rico, TexasPowerball: $559.7 million, Jan. 6, 2018 (20 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – New HampshireMega Millions: $543 million, Jul. 24, 2018 (22 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – CaliforniaMega Millions: $536 million, Jul. 8, 2016 (34 rollovers, starting at $15 million) – IndianaMega Millions: $533 million, Mar. 30, 2018 (23 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – New JerseyMega Millions: $522 million, Jun. 7, 2019 (24 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – CaliforniaPowerball: $487 million, Jul. 30, 2016 (23 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – New HampshirePowerball: $456.7 million, Mar. 17, 2018 (19 rollovers, starting at $15 million) – PennsylvaniaMega Millions: $451 million, Jan. 5, 2018 (23 rollovers, starting at $15 million) – FloridaPowerball: $448.4 million, Aug. 7, 2013 (12 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – Minnesota, New Jersey (2)Powerball: $447.8 million, Jun. 10, 2017 (19 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – CaliforniaPowerball: $435.3 million, Feb. 22, 2017 (18 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – IndianaPowerball: $429.6 million, May 7, 2016 (18 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – New JerseyPowerball: $425.3 million, Feb. 19, 2014 (15 rollovers, starting at $40 million) – CaliforniaThe number of jackpots in the top 25, by lottery game, are:Powerball: 16Mega Millions: 9Top 25 cash value jackpotsThe Wednesday Powerball jackpot ranks as the 4th-largest cash value in U.S. history.Powerball: $983.5 million cash, Jan. 13, 2016 ($1.5864 billion annuity) – California, Florida, TennesseeMega Millions: $877.8 million cash, Oct. 23, 2018 ($1.537 billion annuity) – South CarolinaMega Millions: $716.3 million cash, Jan. 22, 2021 ($970 million annuity) – Preliminary estimate, not won yetPowerball: $546.8 million cash, Jan. 20, 2021 ($731.1 million annuity) – MarylandPowerball: $480.5 million cash, Aug. 23, 2017 ($758.7 million annuity) – MassachusettsPowerball: $476.9 million cash, Mar. 27, 2019 ($768.4 million annuity) – WisconsinMega Millions: $471 million cash, Mar. 30, 2012 ($656 million annuity) – Illinois, Kansas, MarylandPowerball: $396.2 million cash, Oct. 27, 2018 ($687.8 million annuity) – Iowa, New YorkPowerball: $384.7 million cash, Nov. 28, 2012 ($587.5 million annuity) – Arizona, MissouriPowerball: $381.1 million cash, Feb. 11, 2015 ($564.1 million annuity) – North Carolina, Puerto Rico, TexasMega Millions: $378 million cash, Jul. 8, 2016 ($536 million annuity) – IndianaPowerball: $370.9 million cash, May 18, 2013 ($590.5 million annuity) – FloridaPowerball: $352 million cash, Jan. 6, 2018 ($559.7 million annuity) – New HampshireMega Millions: $347.6 million cash, Dec. 17, 2013 ($636 million annuity) – California, GeorgiaMega Millions: $340 million cash, Jun. 7, 2019 ($522 million annuity) – CaliforniaPowerball: $336.8 million cash, Jul. 30, 2016 ($487 million annuity) – New HampshireMega Millions: $324 million cash, Mar. 30, 2018 ($533 million annuity) – New JerseyMega Millions: $320.5 million cash, Jul. 24, 2018 ($543 million annuity) – CaliforniaMega Millions: $319.9 million cash, Jun. 9, 2020 ($414 million annuity) – ArizonaPowerball: $284 million cash, May 7, 2016 ($429.6 million annuity) – New JerseyMega Millions: $281.9 million cash, Jan. 5, 2018 ($451 million annuity) – FloridaPowerball: $279.1 million cash, Jun. 10, 2017 ($447.8 million annuity) – CaliforniaPowerball: $276.5 million cash, Jan. 29, 2020 ($396.9 million annuity) – FloridaPowerball: $273.9 million cash, Mar. 17, 2018 ($456.7 million annuity) – PennsylvaniaPowerball: $263.5 million cash, Feb. 22, 2017 ($435.3 million annuity) – IndianaThe number of jackpot cash values in the top 25, by lottery game, are:Powerball: 15Mega Millions: 10Lottery Post StaffDMVUnited StatesMember #183847August 18, 2017292 PostsOffline📄January 21, 2021, 8:28 amOh nice I wonder if it was one of my tickets.Inkster, MIUnited StatesMember #142368May 10, 20136166 PostsOffline📄January 21, 2021, 8:31 amSomeone in Maryland did not sleep last night! Congrats to that person!!! WOW!! 💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵You can do anything if you put your mind into it. The sky is the limit! United StatesMember #201960November 3, 2019602 PostsOffline📄January 21, 2021, 8:38 amCongrats, don’t spend it all at once.25″Study Filters”United StatesMember #81312October 16, 200932482 PostsOffline📄January 21, 2021, 8:41 amWednesday, Jan 20, 2021     40-53-60-68-69 PB: 22      POWER PLAY: 3Missouri players got some change!Numbers MatchedNumber of MO Prizes$$ Won in MONumber of MO Power Play PrizesPower Play $$ Won in MO5 White balls & Powerball0Jackpot–5 White balls0$1,000,0000$2,000,0004 White balls & Powerball2$50,0000$150,0004 White balls60$1007$3003 White balls & Powerball138$1008$3003 White balls3,091$7202$212 White balls & Powerball2,396$7150$211 White ball & Powerball19,351$41,288$120 White balls & Powerball47,295$43,363$12Total MO Winners (without Power Play):72,333Total Won:$424,793Total MO Winners (with Power Play):5,018Total Won:$67,704Grand Total MO Winners:77,351Grand Total Won:$492,497Location(s) of Jackpot Winner(s):          MDStay healthy, be safe, take care of yourself and others!  “Mask On” !Marquette, MIUnited StatesMember #20540August 20, 2005917 PostsOffline📄January 21, 2021, 8:42 amCongrats to the winner(s)! I matched 2 numbers for nothing on the first ticket I got.  In a stupid burst of hope I bought a second ticket which matched 1 number for nothing. The second prize in Michigan was sold 10 miles away from another second prize that was won in the run-up to the 1.5 billion Jackpot in 2016. Those, so far, are the only big PowerBall prizes in Upper Michigan since they started selling PB here 11 years ago.Northern BeachesAustraliaMember #187037January 9, 2018128 PostsOffline📄January 21, 2021, 9:46 amGood luck to the winner. I hope they take their time and not rush into any decisions. Hopefully, the winner we get professional independent legal and financial advice.I hope Maryland allow winners to remain anonymous. If so, the winner should certainly do so.United StatesMember #176415August 4, 2016210 PostsOffline📄January 21, 2021, 9:49 amQuote: Originally posted by on January 21, 2021Congrats to the winner(s)! I matched 2 numbers for nothing on the first ticket I got.  In a stupid burst of hope I bought a second ticket which matched 1 number for nothing. The second prize in Michigan was sold 10 miles away from another second prize that was won in the run-up to the 1.5 billion Jackpot in 2016. Those, so far, are the only big PowerBall prizes in Upper Michigan since they started selling PB here 11 years ago.In 2013, a single winning ticket was sold at Festival food in Houghton Michigan jackpot was worth $19 millionUnited StatesMember #176415August 4, 2016210 PostsOffline📄January 21, 2021, 9:50 amQuote: Originally posted by on January 21, 2021Good luck to the winner. I hope they take their time and not rush into any decisions. Hopefully, the winner we get professional independent legal and financial advice.I hope Maryland allow winners to remain anonymous. If so, the winner should certainly do so.Maryland is one of a few states that allow winners to remain anonymous.United StatesMember #176415August 4, 2016210 PostsOffline📄January 21, 2021, 10:12 amThank you Todd as the list you linked was very informative and comprehensive. wisconsinUnited StatesMember #49377January 28, 20073939 PostsOffline📄January 21, 2021, 10:54 amI think Powerball and Mega is a total joke.When they get real high only 1 winner wins most of time.Like what is someone going to do with all that money ?I wouldn’t waste a dime on them.People put out tons of money for what to make the lottery richer.Hard Luck, AkUnited StatesMember #23471October 13, 2005371 PostsOffline📄January 21, 2021, 11:13 amQuote: Originally posted by on January 21, 2021I think Powerball and Mega is a total joke.When they get real high only 1 winner wins most of time.Like what is someone going to do with all that money ?I wouldn’t waste a dime on them.People put out tons of money for what to make the lottery richer.It’s very difficult to win for sure….Darn near impossible. However you definitely won’t win if you don’t play. Perhaps the winning ticket belongs to a lottery pool.”We make a living by what you get, You make a LIFE by what you give!”                                                               Sir Winston ChurchillChicagoUnited StatesMember #122758February 7, 2012202 PostsOffline📄January 21, 2021, 11:35 amCongratulations Maryland!!!! Happy it was a different state than California, New Jersey and New York 😀😃😄😁SimpsonvilleUnited StatesMember #163184January 22, 20152404 PostsOffline📄January 21, 2021, 12:04 pmQuote: Originally posted by on January 21, 2021Congratulations Maryland!!!! Happy it was a different state than California, New Jersey and New York 😀😃😄😁Sounds like it close to Site R for those who know what that is! .

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