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A couple wins 1.8 million euros twice in Keno

Two winning combinations.

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A couple wins 1.8 million euros twice in Keno

Two winning combinations... At once! A couple from Rhône won, during the same draw, a gain of 1.8 million euros each in Keno, or 3.6 million euros in total, indicates the FDJ in a press release this Tuesday, May 14. They had played their usual grids in a tobacco press in Vénissieux on April 18 with the three-digit multiplier.

If the lucky couple was able to double their winnings, it's because they are playing the same grid... Within one digit. If Madame continued to play their original combination - 1 2 5 7 8 9 10 11 14 16 -, Monsieur had recently replaced 9 with 29. A small change which did not hinder their joint - and fair - victory.

The two spouses - who wish to remain anonymous - were not together at the time of the winning lunchtime draw, and it was the lady who informed her spouse of the excellent news. They want to “gradually stop working to devote themselves to volunteer activities,” reports the FDJ. “These gains will be useful for others,” said the couple. When we receive, we give.” They would like to create an association, perhaps to help sick children.

“For fun”, however, the gentleman continues to play Keno... With the same combination.

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