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Manor resident wins $1M on Texas Lottery 'Loteria' game ticket

The winner wishes to remain anonymous, the lottery said.

MANOR, Texas — Editor's note: The related video was published in 2019.

A Manor resident is now $1 million richer after claiming a winning ticket in the Texas Lottery scratch game Million Dollar Loteria.

On Tuesday, Texas Lottery said the lucky ticket was purchased at Minimax Food Mart #2 at 1033 E. Howard Lane in Austin.

The winning ticket was the first of six top prizes worth $1 million to be claimed in the Million Dollar Loteria game, which offers more than $180 million in total prizes.

RELATED: San Angelo man claims $5 million prize from Texas Lottery scratch game

While the overall odds of winning any prize in the Loteria game are one in 3.27, including break-even prizes, don’t get your hopes up – the top prize odds are about one in 2 million.

The winner wishes to remain anonymous, the lottery said.


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