It's been some time, but it's not my fault GMail has a good spam protection or its users have great high IQ to distinguish an email from a spam email. You can view the second spam mail that passed through published on Google Documents.
This time it looks like yours truly (to be accurate 'my email') is congratulated of winning something; "Congratulations Your E-mail Won". Further reading gives some more details, i.e. it has to do with the UK National Lottery - wow! Although I've been to the United Kingdom twice in my life so far, I can't really say that I've given this email anywhere, because this email is just several months old. Now the tricky part: who to contact? As expected, they use a free email provider, such as Yahoo, and in order to make it more credible they used a .co.uk one - yahoo.co.uk! I must tell you I believe in miracles, but I don't intend to give my personal details to one ;)
Try again spammers.