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Marvin Bouldin (PHOTO: Va. Lottery)

CHESTER, Va. (WTVR) – A Chester man has claimed his $2 million Virginia lottery prize — two months after he won $1 million.

“I was shocked,” Marvin Bouldin said. “I just folded it up and put it in my pocket. I called my wife. She didn’t believe me – again.”

Bouldin won $2 million after he bought a Scratcher ticket at Roadrunner Enterprises, 2730 East Hundred Road in Chester. In August he won $1 million playing Virginia’s $5 Million Club.

He will take home a one-time cash option of $1,505,000 before taxes.