Published: Fri, March 15, 2019
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Virginia woman wins the lottery 30 times in one day

Virginia woman wins the lottery 30 times in one day

Some people go their whole lives without winning the lottery, but not Deborah Brown. On Feb. 11, that person was Deborah Brown.

She bought 20 Pick 4 tickets with the numbers: 1-0-3-1. She chose to purchase 10 more tickets later in the day - again going for the number combo of 1-0-3-1, NBC News reports.

Because she couldn't shake her attraction to the numeral sequence, she bought twenty different Pick 4 lottery tickets, all with the same combination of numbers. On a hunch, she chose to buy an additional 10 tickets.

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"A family member gave me the numbers over 25 years ago and I faithfully play them", he said.

Each of the $1 tickets has a top prize of $5,000 - so her decision to buy so many allowed her to pile up the cash.

A Virginia woman has walked away with a total of $150,000 after striking it lucky with some Pick-4 tickets.

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While Brown has no plan for her winnings, she is considering spending it on home renovations.

"She bought all her tickets at Irongate Shell located at 6437 Iron Bridge Road in Chesterfield County", a Virginia Lottery spokesman said. "Ms".

In a statement from Virginia Lottery, Brown said she "nearly had a heart attack" when she learned of her incredible luck.

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