September 1, 2015

Two Imperial Men Split $63,684 Keno Prize

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Two Imperial men are splitting the Missouri Lottery Club Keno prize won at Weber’s Front Row, 3930 Vogel Road in Arnold, on Aug. 25. Terry Armstrong, 52, and Gary Sutton Jr., 67, claimed the $63,684 prize the following day at the St. Louis Lottery office. The two men won on an 8-spot ticket with Bulls-Eye.

Weber’s Front Row received a $636 bonus for selling the winning Keno ticket. A $10,000 winning Powerball ticket was sold at the same location about a week earlier. Keno locations in restaurants like Weber’s Front Row can also sell all Draw Games, and likewise, all Missouri Lottery retail locations offer Keno as Keno To Go. 

Club Keno is a daily Draw Game with drawings every four minutes. Players choose how many numbers to play, also called “spots,” and win prizes based on the number of matches. Players who play 6, 7 or 8 spots are also eligible to win a progressive jackpot. In this case, Armstrong and Sutton won $50,000 as the base prize for 8-spots with Bulls-Eye, and the additional amount due to the progressive jackpot.


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