Have these Princeton graduates figured out how to legally ‘beat’ the lottery system?

Have these Princeton graduates figured out how to legally 'beat' the lottery system? 1

 

Did a group of Princeton graduates figure out a secret to winning lotto scratch tickets?

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7 Comments on "Have these Princeton graduates figured out how to legally ‘beat’ the lottery system?"

  1. Delete Facebook | November 27, 2020 at 4:52 PM | Reply

    I wish I was this lucky

  2. Yes

  3. I’ve been buying lottery tickets for 40 years, never won anything. My daughter is almost 46 years old and she gave me three rows of Lottario numbers when she was six years old. I’ve been playing those same three rows every Saturday night for all these years and never won anything. Also scratch tickets and Max. Nothing. I keep saying I’m going to stop but never do. 🤔😑

  4. Of course it’s scratchers, that’s the only kind of lottery that’s “beatable” because of their nature; ball-draws aren’t, again, because of their nature. I’m sure it won’t take long before the lotteries they’ve been playing change the scratchers to make them less winnable (which is still not as bad as McDonald’s outright cheating their Monopoly games ¬_¬).

  5. Ryan Van Wiechen | November 27, 2020 at 9:22 PM | Reply

    So they won 8 million by spending 2.5 million. They saying is still true you need money to make money

  6. I knew of guys who would visit the bar each morning to play the pull tabs as they were delivered. Knowing that each stack had x number of winning cards, they would play until they had found the big winners, then leave the rest for others to waste their money on.

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