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What are the possibilities? A Massachusetts carpenter who won $500 on a Lotto scratch-off game buys another ticket at the same store to win a $1 MILLION jackpot.

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Deivson Alves Martins won the $1 million jackpot by purchasing a scratch-off ticket with part of his $500 win from a previous game.
  • Deivson Alves Martins won the $1 million jackpot by purchasing a scratch-off ticket with $500 won in a previous game.
  • Martins decided to buy a $50 game card at the same store where he had won a month earlier, opting for dispenser 11, his lucky number.
  • He received a one-time payment of $650,000 before taxes saying the money has given him peace of mind about his and his family’s future.

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A Massachusetts man won a $1 million prize after purchasing a scratch-off ticket with the winnings from a previous game in which he had won $500.

In January, Deivson Alves Martins won $500 for a scratching post he bought at the Family Farms store in Worcester. A month later, he stopped by the same store again.

This time, Martins, who works as a carpenter, bought a $50 scratching post and scored a much bigger prize.

His most recent ticket was a huge $1 million win, which turned into $650,000 before taxes thanks to him opting for a lump sum payment.

Deivson Alves Martins won the $1 million jackpot by purchasing a scratch-off ticket with part of his $500 win from a previous game.

Deivson Alves Martins won the $1 million jackpot by purchasing a scratch-off ticket with part of his $500 win from a previous game.

The Family Farms store in Worcester, Massachusetts, will also receive a $10,000 bonus for selling Martins' lucky scratch-off.

The Family Farms store in Worcester, Massachusetts, will also receive a $10,000 bonus for selling Martins' lucky scratch-off.

The Family Farms store in Worcester, Massachusetts, will also receive a $10,000 bonus for selling Martins’ lucky scratch-off.

Martins explained that he chose the winning million-dollar ticket from dispenser number 11 because that is his lucky number.

He said his good fortune has given him peace of mind about his and his family’s future.

The Family Farms store will also receive a $10,000 bonus for selling Martins’ lucky scratch-off.

Winning the $1 million prize on the Billion Dollar Extravaganza ticket has a 1 in 2,016,000 chance, according to the Massachusetts State Lottery website.

Martins is the 11th winner of a $1 million prize in the game, which launched in December 2022.

Four million-dollar prizes are still up for grabs, according to the Lottery website.

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