If the first winner of the "$1 million a year for life" scratch-off game seemed less than ecstatic yesterday, it's because he wasn't exactly struggling to scratch out a living.
Keenan Altunis, 33, a banker raised on Long Island and now living in London, accepted his prize with a smug shrug, noting he's already a multimillionaire.
"Is it going to materially change my life? No," he told The Post. "I have been a very blessed and fortunate person."