Keno 1000’s go begging for Canberra declare
A CANBERRA Keno participant has walked away, unaware they received a $71,000 Keno prize on Thursday evening.
The thriller ACT participant held a Keno Basic 8 Spot profitable entry in draw 798, drawn November 10 with a prize worth of $70,918.80.
The profitable Keno entry was purchased on the Chisholm Vikings Membership.
Chisholm Vikings venue supervisor Jess Barraclough stated she hoped their newest massive Keno winner found their success quickly.
“It’s such an thrilling win – not just for the winner but in addition our workers, members and their company,” she stated.
Keno spokesperson Matt Hart stated he inspired all gamers who bought a Keno entry at Chisholm Vikings to examine their tickets as quickly as doable.
“Somebody within the ACT has ended their week in the absolute best means and could possibly be strolling into the weekend with a hefty increase to their financial institution steadiness – they only want to understand it!” he stated.
“We all know different massive Keno winners have stashed their profitable tickets in all types of locations – from the fridge door to the automotive console – so it’s value looking all nooks and crannies for unchecked Keno tickets.
“For those who assume you’re holding this profitable Keno ticket, maintain on tight to it and head into your nearest Keno venue as quickly as doable to begin the prize declare course of.”
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Ian Meikle, editor