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Man Wins First Top Prize of $40,000 Playing New Scratcher

Bo Welch wins the top prize of $40,000 playing Stacks of Cash


Oklahoma City (Dec. 28, 2009) – Bo Welch of Morris is the first person to win the top prize of $40,000 playing the Oklahoma Lottery’s newest $5 Scratcher—Stacks of Cash.
Welch purchased his winning ticket at the Kum & Go at 1220 South Wood in Okmulgee. When he realized he had won, he was in shock. He plans on using his cash toward a new truck or jeep.
Welch’s advice to others is to “keep playing!”
To win playing the Stacks of Cash Scratcher, players must match any of their numbers (provided on the ticket) to the list of winning numbers shown on the top row of the ticket. If the numbers match, the player wins the prize shown. If a player scratches and reveals a dollar sign symbol, the player wins all 15 prizes shown.


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The Oklahoma Lottery makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of information provided on this website. In the event of any conflict between the winning numbers posted on this website and winning numbers as contained in the Oklahoma Lottery gaming system, the winning numbers as drawn and as contained in the gaming system will be treated as official. All winning tickets must be validated through the Oklahoma Lottery gaming system.