California Man Wins Lottery 4 times in 6 Months For More Than $6 Million




He said he doesn
He said he doesn't know what caused his lucky streak.  

A California man has had an unbelievable lucky streak, winning more than $6 million in lottery prizes in six months.

Antulio Mazariegos purchased four tickets in the last six months. His first big win happened last November when he won a $1 million Scratchers ticket. He decided to try his hand again and won two more prizes, worth $1,000 and $600 each.

When he turned those tickets in, Mazariegos bought four California Black Premium Scratchers, California Lottery announced Friday.

That's when he won his biggest prize of $5 million in the Scratchers ticket.

Mazariegos said he just likes playing the game and can't pinpoint what's causing his lucky streak.

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