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brianhenke

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Hoosier Millionaire is back...
« on: January 12, 2014, 11:40:45 AM »
   The Hoosier Lottery has announced the one-off return of Hoosier Millionaire to mark its 25th anniversary. A televised episode will air in August from the Indiana State Fair.
 
   Instant tickets are now on sale throughout Indiana. Six qualifying games will be held throughout the state. Thw winners of those games will play for $1 million in the televised episode. Details are on the Hoosier Lottery's website.

  The show was canceled in 2005 after sixteen years. Over 190 contestants were crowned millionaires during the show's run.
 
   Brian

   
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clemon79

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Re: Hoosier Millionaire is back...
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2014, 01:21:24 PM »
For all of these last nine years I have wondered who Indiana's best random-assed-number-picker is. Thank Gawd we're gonna be able to finally find out.
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Re: Hoosier Millionaire is back...
« Reply #2 on: January 12, 2014, 09:23:36 PM »
   The Hoosier Lottery has announced the one-off return of Hoosier Millionaire to mark its 25th anniversary. A televised episode will air in August from the Indiana State Fair.
 
   Instant tickets are now on sale throughout Indiana. Six qualifying games will be held throughout the state. Thw winners of those games will play for $1 million in the televised episode. Details are on the Hoosier Lottery's website.

  The show was canceled in 2005 after sixteen years. Over 190 contestants were crowned millionaires during the show's run.
 
   Brian

 

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