Tuesday, May 27, 2014
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Patient Lawrence Resident Claims $210,125 Super Kansas Cash
A 53-year-old Lawrence resident, who wished to remain anonymous,
came to Kansas Lottery headquarters in Topeka today to claim the
$210,125 Super Kansas Cash jackpot from Monday night's
drawing! The lucky winner matched all numbers on an $18
multi-draw ticket in which he picked his own numbers. The
winning numbers were 01-02-04-08-10 Cash Ball 19.
The Lawrence resident said he has been playing Super Kansas Cash
since its inception in 1996, when the game was known as Kansas
Cash. When the game was enhanced to Super Kansas Cash in 2002, the
winner said he began playing the same set of numbers for every
"I knew I had won without even having to look at my ticket,"
said the winner. "I've been playing the same numbers for
The lucky winner uses a mix of numbers derived from family
birthdays and anniversaries. When he saw the winning numbers in the
paper this morning, he yelled to his wife that he had won the
jackpot. Since she knew his history with Super Kansas Cash, she
knew it was true and screamed as well.
"We are just so excited, I can't think of a more exciting
morning," said the winner. "This is so great. We feel
The winner, who also plays other Kansas Lottery jackpot games,
has always enjoyed playing Super Kansas Cash the most. A couple of
years ago his wife, who rarely plays lottery games, won a $2,000
cash prize playing Super Kansas Cash on the second
ticket she had ever bought.
The persistent winner has never given up on his own winning
numbers and those who know him like to tease him about playing the
same numbers for every Super Kansas Cash drawing. He often tells
them his numbers will come up sooner or later.
"I've been telling my wife for years my numbers are due, my
numbers are coming up. I guess I can stop saying that now," the
The lucky couple haven't had much time to ponder how they will
spend their winnings, but did say they plan on saving and investing
the majority of the win. They may also buy a new car this
year or take a vacation.
The winning ticket was purchased at Phillips 66, located at 3300
W. 6th St. in Lawrence. For selling the jackpot-winning
ticket, the store is eligible for a $1,000 selling bonus.