Contestants Win a Total of $165,500 on “The Big Spin®” Show
The first player at the “Fantasy 5 Dream Machine” was Thomas “Tom” Luzenski
, a retiree from San Jose
, who was ecstatic to win $65,000. Luzenski, who buys his tickets at Century Gift Gate in San Jose, said, “I’m going to go on vacation to Australia with my winnings.” Finishing the “Fantasy 5 Dream Machine” lucky streak was Willie Ellis
, a refinery worker from Cerritos
. Ellis, who won $25,000, bought his ticket at Artesia Liquor in Cerritos, and plans to invest his winnings towards his retirement.
From the “Aces High” round, Jose Mejia, a cook from Crestline, won the right to spin “The Big Spin” wheel. Mejia bought his Big Spin Scratchers® ticket at Pat’s General Store in Blue Jay and uncovered TV Show -TV Show -TV Show and went directly to “The Big Spin” show and spun the wheel for $50,000. “I’m going to use this money towards a down payment on a home,” said Mejia.
Wrapping This week “The Big Spin®” show continued the new and exciting promotional game called “Cash Match,” where contestants have a chance to win a minimum cash prize of $1,000 to a maximum of $25,000. The second duo of contestants on the “Cash Match” game was Jerry Karman, a manager from Lake Elsinore who won $1,000. The other contestant was Ernie Taylor, a retiree from Atascadero who was pleased to go home with $2,000. The game’s grand finale will be after six different “Cash Match” games are played and the player with the highest number wins the $25,000 jackpot.
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