Here are the statistics for Montana Sports Action Fantasy Racing for the Toyota Owners 400 race at the Richmond International Raceway on April 26, 2014.

Total Prize Pool: $1,357.70

Number of 1st Prize winners:
-Chinook Eagles Club 689, Chinook, $678.90 (50% of prize pool)

Number of 2nd Prize winners:
-Westside Lanes & Fun Center, Missoula, $407.30 (30% of prize pool)

Number of 3rd Prize winners:
-Magic Diamond Casino, Butte, $271.50 (20% of prize pool)

1st Prize Point Accumulation: 791

2nd Prize Point Accumulation: 774

3rd Prize Point Accumulation: 768

Montana Sports Action is a Fantasy Sports Wagering game facilitated by the Montana Lottery on behalf of the Montana Board of Horse Racing.

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Billy Burwell of Livingston claimed a $12,000 Scratch top prize while playing "Winter Bingo" with a ticket purchased at Town Pump, 2200 Park St. S.; Livingston.

Billy mostly plays Bingo and Crossword Scratch tickets. This is her first Lottery win. When Billy found out she won, she couldn't believe it and her husband had to convince her that she had a winning ticket.

Billy plans to spend her winnings on new vehicles for herself and for her 16 year old child.

"Winter Bingo" debuted October 4, 2013 with top prizes up to $12,000. There is still one top prize remaining as well as many other prizes in the game.

The Montana Lottery was created by referendum in 1986. Since then, it has paid over $465 million in prizes and returned approximately $210 million to the State of Montana.


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Patricia Metz of Missoula claimed a $210,000 Montana Cash prize from the April 2 drawing, with a ticket purchased at the Orange Street Food Farm, 701 S. Orange St.; Missoula.

This is Patricia's first Lottery win. She matched all five white numbers for her jackpot win. Her winning numbers were 6, 12, 13, 15 and 34.

The Montana Cash jackpot is estimated at $70,000 for Wednesday's drawing.

The Montana Lottery was created by referendum in 1986. Since then, it has paid more than $459 million in prizes and returned more than $210 million to the State of Montana.

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Vicki Nelson of Missoula claimed a $5,227 "$hake a Day" jackpot with a ticket purchased at Marvin's Bar, 7995 Laflesch Ln.; Missoula.

Vicki works at Marvin's Bar, where she purchased her winning ticket. Vicki usually plays EZPLAY® games but will play other Lottery games when the jackpots get high. This is Vicki's first Lottery win and she was very excited when she found out she won.

She plans to use her Lottery winnings to pay for camping trips and equipment for her recently purchased camper.

The "$hake a Day" jackpot starts at $1,000 and increases with each ticket sold until it is won.

EZPLAY® instant online games can be played and validated immediately without waiting for a draw, much like a Scratch game.

For more information about EZPLAY®, visit montanalottery.com.

The Montana Lottery was created by referendum in 1986. Since then, it has paid more than $459 million in prizes and returned more than $210 million to the State of Montana.


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The Montana Lottery announced First and Last Chance Bar of Eureka is the 2013 Montana Sports Action Retailer of the Year.

Lottery officials held an event at First and Last Chance Bar and celebrated with its employees. Owner Dave Clarke accepted the award, presented by Wyman Hewitt, sales rep for the region.

The Retailer of the Year award recognizes outstanding dedication, enthusiasm, commitment, performance and high standards for sales of Lottery products.

To be eligible for the MSA Retailer of the Year award, a retailer must be nominated by its Lottery sales rep. and display certain criteria. Wyman Hewitt, sales rep for the region covering Eureka, nominated First and Last Chance bar for many reasons.

"Everyone there does a tremendous job promoting everything from Scratch Games to every game we offer on the MP. They especially love to get everyone involved with our Montana Sports Action Fantasy racing game, and are frequent winners," said Hewitt. "They really have fun with the Lottery products and it shows," he added.

The Montana Lottery was created by referendum in 1986. Since then, it has paid more than $459 million in prizes and returned more than $210 million to the State of Montana.


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