Jadwiga and Rudy Taylor didn't react like lottery winners Monday when they were presented with a $20 million check in Toronto.
There was no jumping up and down, no screaming, no pumping of fists in victory for the married couple, he in his 80s and she 48.
Hard to blame the Taylors, though. After all, when it comes to collecting a big cash prize, they've been there and done that.
The couple won $1 million in 1999 on an Ontario 49 quick-pick ticket.
When asked why she kept playing even though she was already millionaire, Jadwiga Taylor said simply, "Why not?"
Taylor and her husband, who lottery spokespeople indicated was 81-years old but who declined to reveal his age at a press conference, said they were going to use their $20-million, Lotto 6-49 windfall to help family members living in Poland.
"For starters, we'll try charity at home, and then we'll see," said Taylor, who did all the talking while her husband stood next to her, smiling.
The Taylors said they have yet to share the big news with family. "First, I wanted to have this," she said, brandishing the check.
She said the winning combination was based on her mother's birthday - a previously unlucky set of numbers.
"It was the first time I tried (those numbers) again in a long, long time."
Taylor said she "just didn't believe it" when she saw on TV that she'd won a second time.
"I went downstairs to my wallet and checked, and it was there," she said.
The couple, both retired, said they'd use the rest of the $20 million to continue living comfortably. They said they wouldn't be moving into a big house and didn't mention any lavish purchases they wanted to make.
Certainly, they'll have enough money if they ever want to buy more lottery tickets, but Taylor said she hasn't decided yet if she'll keep playing.
"I'm not sure," she said. "If I'm this lucky, maybe."