Odd strategy helps Michigan man win $2 million on instant lotto ticket
A Michigan man’s lottery strategy does not appear so peculiar anymore after profitable $2 million on a Michigan Lottery instant ticket.
The 22-year-old, who selected to stay nameless, informed the Michigan Lottery he likes taking part in instant video games, however best buys odd-numbered tickets.
His strategy paid off when he bought a Diamond Dazzler ticket on the Busatti Party retailer at 12868 Eureka Road in Southgate.
“The Diamond Dazzler game is my favorite, so I asked the clerk what number the ticket was. When she said ’21,’ I told her I wanted it,” he informed the Michigan Lottery.
“I scratched it off in the store and when I saw it was a winner I looked at the clerk and then at my buddy who was with me, and ran out to my car,” he mentioned.
When he amassed his prize Wednesday, he opted to take a one-time lump sum fee of about $1.three million that he’s going to use to shop for a automotive and make investments.
“Winning this much money at my age gives me endless opportunities if I’m smart about how I spend it, and that’s exactly what I’m going to do,” he informed the Michigan Lottery.
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