Kansas Man Wins $22,000 in Lottery While Fighting With Wife Over How Much He Spends on Tickets

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A Kansas man won both the lottery and an argument with his wife when he nabbed a top prize. 

Louis Kronawitter told state lottery officials that he was checking his tickets online when his spouse came in to tell him off for how much he spends on the games. 

As they fought, Kronawitter realized he'd won $22,000 in the 2by2 Quick Pick, the top prize. 

“When I showed my wife how much I had won, she immediately quit bickering," Kronawitter said. 

He added: "We were both very surprised."

And Kronawitter thinks his luck is just beginning. 

“It’s hard to explain, but I’ve always known I’d win a big prize and I still have that feeling,” said Kronawitter. “I play Powerball, Mega Millions and Super Kansas Cash, so maybe I’ll be back to claim a big jackpot.”

A devout Catholic, Kronawitter plans to donate a portion of his winnings to the church


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