#1134 – FLORIDA LOTTERY BLACK
How to Play
Match any of YOUR NUMBERS to any of the WINNING NUMBERS, win PRIZE shown for that number. Get a “STAR symbol, win PRIZE shown for that symbol automatically! Get a “$$” symbol, win DOUBLE the PRIZE shown for that symbol! Get a “GOLD BAR” symbol win 10 TIMES the PRIZE shown!
*Top prize is paid in 20 annual installments.
Ticket Price: $10.00
Launch Date: January 10, 2012
End Date: May 01, 2013
Redemption Deadline: June 30, 2013
Odds of Winnings and Prizes
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Overall Odds: 1-in-3.36
PLEASE NOTE: Prizes, including the top prizes, may be unavailable at time of ticket purchase due to prior sale or other causes occurring in the normal course of business.
Every effort has been made to ensure the information provided above is accurate. However, in the event of an error, the game rules shall be controlling.
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Must be 18 or older to play.
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: 8 Black Lottery Winners Who Hit Big
Well, if $1 million would make you rich, imagine what $640 million would feel like? Some found out last night as the winning numbers were released for a record-breaking sum that had millions of people across the world vying for it.
Cynthia Stafford won $112 million in the California Lottery in May 2007. . ” data-envira-retina=”” data-thumb=”https://a9p9n2x2.stackpathcdn.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2012/03/Cynthia620x480-75x50_c.jpg” itemprop=”contentUrl” >
Cynthia Stafford won $112 million in the California Lottery in May 2007. Since then, she has become an entrepreneur and philanthropist in the Los Angeles area. She is CEO of her own production company,Queen Nefertari Productions and is actively involved with Geffen Playhouse. After taxes, she got a lump sum payout of $67 million. ” data-caption=”THE GOOD
Willis Willis—yes, that’s his real name—was a. ” data-envira-retina=”” data-thumb=”https://a9p9n2x2.stackpathcdn.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2012/03/WillisWillis620x480-75x50_c.jpg” itemprop=”contentUrl” >
Willis Willis—yes, that’s his real name—was a winner of a $1 million prize in the Texas Lottery in 2009. According to reports, when checking the ticket with the clerk at the convenience store, he was only given $2. The clerk then allegedly pocketed the ticket and cashed it in at the lottery headquarters. He fled to his native country of Nepal. Willis is now suing the Texas lottery commission as well as the clerk who stole his ticket, in hopes of recovering all of his winnings. ” data-caption=”THE BAD
Jeffrey Dampier and his then-wife won the. ” data-envira-retina=”” data-thumb=”https://a9p9n2x2.stackpathcdn.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2012/03/JeffreyDampier620x480-75x50_c.jpg” itemprop=”contentUrl” >
Jeffrey Dampier and his then-wife won the Illinois State Lottery in 1996, taking home $20 million. According to reports, he was a generous man and shared his wealth with his extended family by buying them houses and involving them in his new business. His generosity was not enough for some it seemed. In 2005, he was kidnapped and killed by his sister-in-law Victoria Jackson and her boyfriend Nathaniel Jackson (no relation). ” data-caption=”THE UGLYWith all the hoopla surrounding winning the jackpot, let's take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly of past black lottery winners. Here's a snapshot of minority winners and what they did with their millions. ]]>