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Lonoke man wins largest Natural State Jackpot

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This article was published April 11, 2014 at 11:23 a.m.

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Curtis O'Hare, pictured with his wife, Brandy, was the winner of $410,000 in the largest Natural State Jackpot to date in the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery. An Arkansas Scholarship Lottery news release states that Curtis and Brandy plan to save and invest their winnings.

Curtis O'Hare of Lonoke is the winner of the largest Natural State Jackpot to date.

O'Hare won after matching the five unique numbers drawn in Thursday's Natural State Jackpot drawing.

An Arkansas Scholarship Lottery news release states that the jackpot amount of $410,000 is the largest Natural State Jackpot offered in the game's history.

The odds of matching four of the five numbers drawn in the Natural State Jackpot are 1 in 3,387, according to the release.

The Arkansas Scholarship Lottery had performed 63 consecutive draws in the game before reaching a winner.

O'Hare and his wife, Brandy, told lottery officials they plan to save and invest their prize.

The release states that over 129,000 tickets were sold in the state on Thursday and there were 575,000 possible Natural State Jackpot number combinations that could have been drawn.

O'Hare bought his winning Natural State Jackpot ticket at the Doublebee's convenience store at 111 Bill Foster Memorial Highway in Cabot.

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AmericasDoomed says... April 11, 2014 at 11:50 a.m.

Good for them. I'm sure the lottery made 20 times what they paid out, if not more.

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