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Beating the odds: U.S. man wins $1M twice in 18 months

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Beating the odds: U.S. man wins $1M twice in 18 months

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Players looking to win the lottery face chances so great they’re likely to never win in their whole lives, but to get a Massachusetts man who is won US$1 million twice in a span of a year and a half, these chances do not appear to apply.Rolf Rhodes from Mendon, a city about an hour away from Boston, won his next million-dollar trophy having a $10 ticket to its Instant Jackpot lotto on Oct. 30, 2019, according to a statement on the lottery’s official website. Players seeking to win that US$1 million prize would need to beat chances of at least 1 at 1.68 million.READ MORE: Edmonton man wins $7M lottery jackpot:’My spouse and I’ve worked hard all our lives’Rhodes’ first US$1 million prize, which he won with the following US$10 scratchcard 18 months prior, had him taking on higher odds in order to win — a 1 year at 2,100,000 chance.

As stated by the lottery, Rhodes decided to get his prize at his next in 20 yearly instalments of US$ 50,000, along with a US$ 650,000 payout. Both of the tickets were not bought with Rhodes’ first prize won in Milford too, far from each other — a city just 10 minutes away from Mendon.

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