Last year, Wayne Murray also won $10 million playing the Black Titanium game.
A Brooklyn man has won ten million dollars in a scratch game, just over a year after he hit the jackpot playing the New York Lottery. The New York Post reported it.
The winner, Wayne Murray, took home the top prize of a $30 200X lottery ticket.
Lottery officials noted that he also won $10 million last year playing the Black Titanium game. Both winning tickets were purchased from the same store, H&A Gas & Convenience.
Murray did not say how he would use his prize money, which is worth just over $6 million after taxes. It is also unknown what he did with his first win.
Despite his incredible fortune, the millionaire still lives a modest life in a quiet neighborhood in East Flatbush, where neighbors say he lives in a modest three-story, semi-attached brick house. where he spent most of his life.
According to the New York Lottery, the odds of winning the 200X scratch game are 1 in 3.64 million, and the odds of winning the Black Titanium game are 1 in 3.53 million.
It was previously reported that a man from Virginia in the USA won a jackpot of more than 300 thousand dollars.
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