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Unemployed construction worker Igor Topchiy played Silver & Gold and pocketed $1 million. Six lucky New Yorkers who struck it rich with scratch-off tickets showed up at Lottery headquarters in Manhattan on Tuesday to pick up their collective $12 million in winnings. Among the excited group were an MTA bus driver, a retired pharmacist, an unemployed construction worker, a marble polisher and a college accountant. One of the biggest prizewinners was Jamel Wright, 44, who got a cool $3 million off a 50X The Money scratch-off game.
Wright, an MTA bus driver who lives in Manhattan, was with his mom the day he bought his golden ticket. His prize was only topped by one other ticket-holder: Arnon Perelman, a marble polisher from Queens.

Korede Mojeed, 64, found out he had a ticket worth $1 million when he overheard the clerk at his local deli telling customers they'd had a big winner.
The Valley Stream resident said he plans to spend some of his sudden wealth on his four adult children - an NYPD officer, a Navy officer, a teacher and one who just finished medical school. Topchiy and his mother moved to New York nine years ago after winning a green card Russian lottery. The money comes at a good time because the former construction worker is currently unemployed, he said.
Yoo, a married payroll officer for CUNY, bought the ticket during a quick lunch break to run an errand for his dad, he said. Melissa Beck, of East Meadow, won $1 million buying a Cash Blast scratch off and plans to buy a home. Perelman and his wife, Ilana, won $5 million from a Set For Life ticket they bought at Andy Pharmacy in Manhattan.
He said he and his wife might be able to start a family now that they've won the hefty sum.
You need to call me,'" said Yoo, who says he may finally be able to afford a family now.

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