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Lucky Week for Oklahoma Lottery Players
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Oklahoma Lottery players, with players winning big with both Powerball and the Scratcher Monthly Bonus.

Steven Baylor of Oklahoma City claimed a $30,000 prize Monday at Oklahoma Lottery headquarters that he won playing the Scratcher Monthly Bonus. Gene Beisel of El Reno claimed a $20,000 Powerball prize and Daniel Wallace of Claremore claimed a $10,000 Powerball prize.

Baylor purchased his winning Scratcher at the SM Quick Stop #2 in Oklahoma City. He chose to take the lump sum prize of $30,000 vs. $500 a month for 5 years.

Beisel purchased his winning easy pick Powerball with Power Play ticket at Ranger S #4 at 1220 South Rock Island in El Reno.

When asked what he planned on doing with his winnings, Beisel said he plans to put it into his savings.

Wallace, another lucky player, won his $10,000 by purchasing an easy pick Powerball ticket from 1st Nations Fastop #142 at 600 W Blue Starr in Claremore.

Since the Oklahoma Lottery launched, more than $145 million in prizes has been won playing Oklahoma Lottery games, said Jim Scroggins, Oklahoma Lottery Commission Executive Director.

Proceeds from Oklahoma Lottery games are used to support improvements and enhancements for education purposes and programs at all levels of education, Pre-K to higher education. So far more than $101 million has been transferred to the Oklahoma Education Lottery Trust Fund

For more information, please contact Houston Hunt, at 405.507.6276, or visit the Oklahoma Lottery’s official website at www.lottery.ok.gov.

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.