Lusby resident wins $10k from scratch-off

News Release, Maryland Lottery

Lusby, MD- A player from Lusby in Calvert County picked up a $10,000 win in the game $1,000,000 Blowout. The $20 scratch-off has a top prize of $1 million. The winner bought his instant ticket at Ranch Liquors, located at 246 Town Square Drive in Lusby.

The $1,000,000 Blowout scratch-off requires you to match any of your numbers to any 1 or more of the 5 winning numbers, win prize shown for that NUMBER. Reveal a “diamond symbol, win that prize automatically.

The probability of winning is 1 in 2.96. Four of the original seven top prizes remain unclaimed, as well as nine $50,000 prizes.

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