- A man in Massachusetts recently won $1 million playing a lottery scratch-off game.
- It was the second time he has won a $1 million prize from the Massachusetts Lottery.
- Read more news about amazing lottery winners here.
When it comes to playing the lottery, as we have seen time and time again, some people really do have all the luck.
A few weeks back, a man in Virginia who had previously won a $100,000 prize playing the lottery back in 2002 won another $1 million prize.
Amazing for him, but kind of annoying for the rest of us poor schmucks.
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It turns that was nothing.
Around Christmas, a man in Massachusetts took the concept of being lucky to a whole new level.
John Gregarczyk of Worcester purchased a $10,000,000 Winter Riches scratch-off ticket at his local A1 Convenience Plus store.
Beating the incredible odds that were against him, that scratcher ended up being a $1 million winner.
Even more astounding than that, this was the second time that Gregarczyk won a million dollars playing the lottery.
Back in 2008, he won a million bucks after buying a Billion Dollar Blockbuster ticket.
This time around Gregarczyk chose to receive his prize in the form of a one time lump sum payment of $650,000 before taxes, according to Massachusetts Lottery officials.
He wasn’t the only lucky lottery winner
This Virginia dad really earned his "#1 Dad" mug when he returned home with chocolate milk AND a $1,000,000 winning Platinum Jackpot scratcher! 😱👏👏👏🤞https://t.co/pNfAUtPHYN
— Virginia Lottery (@VirginiaLottery) December 30, 2021
Speaking of being incredibly lucky, Dennis Willoughby of North Chesterfield, Virginia was recently making a chocolate milk run for his kids. As he picked up the milk at a 7-Eleven store in Richmond he decided to also purchase a Platinum Jackpot scratch-off ticket.
That decision ended up with him taking home the $1 million top prize. He too chose to take his winnings as a lump sum payment of around $650,000.
Some people really do have all the luck.