Crossword Player Isn’t Stupid
SACRAMENTO – When Chad Denning uncovered the 10th word on his 20x Crossword Scratchers ticket, he double, triple and even quadrupled checked it. After he did that, he crossed off and scribbled over the words to make sure he didn’t count the same word twice. When he finally convinced himself he was a big winner, his first thought wasn’t to have it scanned, instead he said “I had to have my wife and father-in-law check it and make sure I wasn’t stupid.” Well the good news for Chad, he isn’t stupid. And even better news, he’s now $750,000 richer!
Denning told us that he stopped at his local 7-Eleven solely to buy some remote controlled helicopters. In fact, he actually bought three of the $10 20x Crossword Scratchers tickets the week prior, but didn’t win anything, so he had zero intentions of buying another ticket. That was until fate intervened…Well, it was more like the store clerk asked if he wanted to buy a Scratchers ticket. Denning obliged, and now he’s as happy as can be with his new toy helicopters and an extra $750,000 to his name.
Denning told us that he plans on using the money to help pay for his kid’s college and also to make some renovations to his house. The lucky ticket was purchased at the 7-Eleven located at 218 American Canyon Road in American Canyon (Napa County).
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