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Excerpt from the introduction:
Lotteries. They have been called both a tax on stupidity and a math tax. The odds of losing are so high as to be practically guaranteed. Yet 57% of the US population buys a lottery ticket at least once a year.
You may already be familiar with some of the winners. Winners make headlines.
Winners buy new homes, new cars.
What do they losers do? Some get upset. Some just shrug; there’s always next time. Others are just happy to have briefly entertained the fantasy of being disgustingly rich. But it’s unlikely that any of us considers how lucky we might have been to have lost.
We could have brought you a book about some of our favorite winning lottery tickets. Instead, here’s a look at some of the tickets that lost. They may be luckier.
Did You Know?
There is no word in English that means fear of gambling.
The woman who calls the numbers for the New York Lotto has a
degree in economics.
Princeton and Columbia Universities were funded with the help of lotteries.
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