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Northwest Iowa Man Wins $30,000 Lottery Prize

Kyle Kenne Wins Top Prize Playing 'Tic-Tac Dough' Game

Kyle Kenne

DES MOINES, Iowa - A northwest Iowa man has won a $30,000 lottery prize.

Kyle Kenne of Pocahontas claimed the first of seven top prizes of $30,000 available in the Iowa Lottery's new "Tic-Tac Dough" instant-scratch game.

Kenne claimed his prize Tuesday at the lottery's regional office in Storm Lake. He purchased his winning ticket at Kum & Go, 700 W. Elm Ave. in Pocahontas.

Tic-Tac Dough is a $3 scratch game. Players win a prize by matching three game symbols in the same row, the same column, or the same diagonal line within the playing area. The overall odds of winning a prize in the game are 1 in 3.58.

Five top prizes of $30,000 are still up for grabs in Tic-Tac Dough, as well as 92 prizes of $300 and 92 prizes of $180.

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