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An East Harlem 22-year-old won millions with a scratch-off ticket, claiming the top prize in the Set For Life game. Fili Rodriguez of East Harlem claimed it just days before his 22nd birthday. The father of one said he bought the ticket then forgot
Rio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, and we're highlighting our favorite play of the day. Yesterday, Poker News reported that Andrey Zaichenko moved all in before the flop with an A and J... only to realize that his opponent had a pair of eights (8 8 )
Someone is starting the week off with a million dollar ticket in their pocket after this weekend's Powerball drawing. A ticket sold at the Xpress Food Mart, located at the corner of 16th and South streets, matched all five numbers in Saturday's
Valero gas station on the corner of Route 6 and Bridge Street has sold a $15 million winning scratch ticket, according to the owner. Eli Hachem says he sold the ticket Wednesday to a regular customer of his whose name he doesn't know, describing him
Most people who attend the Wharton School at UPenn end up with a one-way ticket to Wall Street...After one year at Wharton, he dropped out and temporarily worked for an actuarial firm. Then, he quit to become a professional poker player and has done
A longtime worker at Shaw University is using her $2 million lottery prize to fund a scholarship and help with her grandchildren's education. Marilyn Fields is the executive assistant to the president of the historically black college in Raleigh.
Ten of the 14 branches will be sold off under their current name while the other four locations will be sold individually. The cabinet is also planning to open up the casino market to new providers from 2017 with two licences up for grabs. That will
Awesome singer-songwriter Neko Case got together with Kelly Hogan to make the song "These Aren't the Droids" for the 2776 comedy/music benefit project . A lot of the sight gags are great, but the "geek stuff is for boys" message is a little ...
Bookmakers around the world didn't even list the improbable score as an option, but Betfair offers an exchange where fans can set up a wager on its platform. The odds of 999-1 are the highest value that can be set on the exchange. The firm
Mr Moore even admitted cheering when Arsenal favourite Mesut Ozil missed an eighth chance to keep the score only at seven in the second half of the match. And when Brazil snuck in a 90th-minute consolation goal, Mr Moore said he must have been the