A Reedsburg woman claimed the second $100,000 winning ticket in Wisconsin Lottery’s All or Nothing lottery game May 15 at the Wisconsin Lottery Headquarters in Madison.

Dianne Owen purchased her winning ticket from Viking Village Foods in Reedsburg, matching none of the 11 numbers drawn May 14, according to a May 20 press release on the Wisconsin Lottery website.

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Launched April 7, All or Nothing is the state’s first new lottery game in five years. The $2 daily game features a $100,000 top prize for players who match all 11 numbers or none of the 11 numbers. In total, there are eight ways to win a prize. Matching 10 numbers or one number wins $500, matching nine or two numbers wins $40, and matching eight or three numbers wins $4. No prizes are won for matching four, five, six, or seven numbers.

The All or Nothing lottery has produced over 100,000 winners, totaling over $1.2 million in prizes, according to a May 15 press release on the Wisconsin lottery website.

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