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Barry Dyngles Queen of Hearts winner takes home $170,000

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AUSTINTOWN, Ohio -

The YSU Penguins aren't the only ones with hopes of winning big.

For one lucky Poland woman, that dream came true Wednesday night during the Queen of Hearts drawing at Barry Dyngles in Austintown.

With just two cards left on the board, Sandy Montague's ticket was called, and lady luck — the Queen of Hearts was revealed.

She went home with just over $170,000. Sandy told us it was only her third time trying to win.

Last year a lucky winner struck the jackpot of $1.8 million at Barry Dyngles. After taxes, the winner took home $1 million.

Experts say it's best to consult a tax specialist from the start if you come into a lot of money, so that you know immediately what you're dealing with when it comes to taxes owed.

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