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Woman wins $100K lottery twice in 2 years

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Mary Starks has won $100,000 twice. (Iowa Lottery) An Iowa woman has now won two $100,000 lottery prizes in a little more than two years.Mary Starks' latest $100,000 prize came in the Iowa Lottery's "Hit It Big!" scratch game.

She claimed the first top prize available in that game."It was exciting and kind of scary and unbelievable," said Starks, who also won a $100,000 prize in March 2020 in a different scratch game. "Really unbelievable to have it happen twice."NYC man wins $1M on scratch-off lottery ticketStarks bought her winning Hit It Big!

ticket at ExpressLane in Davenport. She said she usually plays Crossword tickets, but decided to try something new."You just think that you'll win a little bit – maybe, $20, $30, $50, $100, you know?

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