Some people are one time Lottery winners in their lifetime, others simply do not stop winning. But for those who think winning once is simply impossible, the following winner will definitely make you change your mind. Lottery checker
Tracy and Tim Schnagl of Gardner are already used to winning the lottery, as much as that might seem impossible for anyone. Last year, Tim won a $5,000 cash prize playing a $5 Super Red Hot Crossword instant scratch game. In 2008, Tracy won two large prizes. She also won a $5,000 cash prize playing a Super Red Hot Crossword instant scratch game and a $10,000 top prize playing Bubble Bucks 3. On May 25, she returned to Lottery headquarters in Topeka with her husband to claim a $50,000 top prize playing a $5 Super Red Hot Crossword instant scratch ticket! How is that for a record in winning?
“I bought three tickets May 24,” explained Schnagl. “When I realized I had revealed all six ‘red words’ on my ticket, I started shaking. I couldn’t believe it.”
Although they have won the lottery before and also they have won considerable prizes, this did not mean that they did not feel the rush of the whole winning again experience.
“When I told Tim how much I had won, I said, ‘We’re making another trip to Topeka. I just won $50,000!’” said Schnagl. “He was surprised by the news.”
The Schnagls are great lottery fans and they play every day.
“Since I’m an avid lottery player, my advice to other players would be to always play the entire game,” said Schnagl. “I have seen so many people place half scratched tickets in the trash. If it’s partially scratched, how do they know it’s not a winning ticket?”
The Schnagls have a long history of being together through thick and thin, they have been married for 30 years now and have two children and three grandchildren. They are planning to pay off a couple of bills with this win, them buy a new truck and also to treat their grandchildren they are thinking of purchasing a trampoline so that they can all have summer fun.
The winning ticket was purchased at Presto 1606, located at 905 E. Santa Fe in Gardner.