Virginia man trusts ‘hunch’ and wins $190,000 in lottery | The USA Print

Zachary Barton es trabajador de la construcción.

Zachary Barton is a construction worker.

Photo: Virginia Lottery / Courtesy

A Virginia man who was in a hurry to get home He almost lost a $190,000 lottery prize.

Zachary Barton was shopping at a Kroger store in Vinton, Virginia, where he purchased frozen goods, but also had a lottery ticket in mind.

However, due to the frozen items and the rush to go home, Barton figured it was best to avoid buying the ticket.

“I almost talked myself out of doing it,” he said.

although in the end the “hunch” won more and Barton stopped for a few minutes to buy a ticket of “Print ‘n Play Rolling Jackpot” with which he won the top prize of $191,493 dollars.

“I jumped up and screamed,” the man told the Virginia Lottery.

The state Lottery office reports that Barton works in construction and, at this time, had no plans for the use of his winnings.

It seems that luck follows the lottery players in Virginia, because just a few days, a player won $100,000 dollars after buying 20 tickets with the same number, because he also felt the “hunch” to do it.

Fekru Hirpo told lottery officials that usually he does not bet on so many tickets that contain the identical numbersbut something told him to do it.

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