Ontario lottery winner who scored big for second time this year plans on buying condo
An image of 64-year-old Jeffrey Gurczenski with his big cheque. (OLG)
Published Friday, November 25, 2022 6:16PM EST
A 64-year-old Ontario lottery winner has hit the jackpot twice in just one year.
Mississauga resident Jeffrey Gurczenski won $91,000 on a Poker Lotto All In game a few months ago, and this time around, he scored a bigger prize.
“When it landed on $150,000 my heart was racing! I was so happy. I called my friends when I went home – they were so happy for me,” Gurczenski said when picking up his Bigger Spin Instant prize cheque at the OLG Prize Centre in Toronto.
The two-time lottery winner plans to buy a condo with his earnings.
“It’s jaw-dropping,” he said.
The Bigger Spin Instant game mixes scratch-to-play with prizes revealed in-store with an animated spinning wheel.
The winning ticket was bought at Mac’s on Dixie Road in Mississauga.