August 24th, 2018 -- “G.D.,” a 43-year-old mother of three, is over the moon. The Saint Kitts resident has just won at the Pick 4 game – for the second time. She first won at her favorite game in April of this year (EC$8,333) and now that summer is here, she has won an additional EC$10,000.
“I feel good,” says the naturally upbeat G.D. “This is a boost right now - especially because it’s school time. So many things to buy!” she adds. Her children, aged eighteen, fifteen and eleven years, will certainly benefit from the win. G.D. will soon be off to the school supplies store to stock up for the “back to school” season for her family. She also plans to pay all her bills.
G.D. believes she has an affinity with numbers. “Some people just can’t think of numbers,” she says. “They want people to think for them. But I trust my instincts when I think of my numbers.” She regards the Caribbean Lottery games as similar to a puzzle that she sets out to solve.
She does not play the same numbers when she is selecting them manually. “I always look for numbers. They might be vehicle license plates, telephone, or other numbers.” The happy Kittitian uses her intuition to choose interesting numbers that she thinks may win.
Business Development Associate for Caribbean Lottery Ms. Sabina Harrinarain expressed her delight at G.D.’s win: “We at Caribbean Lottery are so excited for G.D. on her second win at Pick 4, one of our most popular games. We are happy to know that she will be able to send her children back to school in style, this year.”
G.D. is optimistic about the future. Her two recent wins have made a big difference for her and her family. She has some good advice for current and future players: “Never give up on an opportunity to win something big. You may not win today or tomorrow - but you may win sometime in the future. The power of Caribbean Lottery is that it builds dreams.”
When asked whether she will continue playing, G.D. laughs: “You crazy, of course! This brings me joy.”
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