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Lottery player's hot streak earns $30, $40, $50,000 wins

By Ben Hooper
A Maryland man who bought three scratch-off tickets discovered they were all winners, with the last one netting him $50,0000. Photo courtesy of the Maryland Lottery
A Maryland man who bought three scratch-off tickets discovered they were all winners, with the last one netting him $50,0000. Photo courtesy of the Maryland Lottery

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April 5 (UPI) -- A Maryland Lottery player said he hit a hot streak with scratch-off tickets that earned him $30, $40 and finally $50,000.

The 57-year-old Centreville man, who recently retired from the Navy after 22 years, said he bought three $2,000,000 Mega Bucks scratch-offs during a recent grocery run at Queen Anne's County Store in Centreville.

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The father of two and grandfather of four said he was elated when the first two tickets earned him $30 and $40 prizes, but he was shocked when the final ticket revealed a $50,000 jackpot.

"That was three winners in a row," he said. "I was happy to win that!"

The man said he plans to use his winnings to pay his bills and save the rest for the future.

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