An eastern Iowa man has beat extraordinary odds by winning $100,000 from the Iowa Lottery's Cash Game a second time.
K. Morris Richardson picked up his second jackpot on Tuesday.
"I just kind of smiled all the way to the bank," he said.
Richardson first won $100,000 in 2000 through the same daily game. His latest win came when he matched the five numbers for Monday's drawing.
Richardson, 79, a member of the Solon American Legion Post 460, bought the $100,000 Cash Game ticket at a Hy-Vee Food store.
Lottery officials said the odds of winning the game twice are one in 324,632.