This is pretty interesting. I mean, leave it some Ivy Leaguers to figure out a way to beat the system, if they are indeed beating the system.
So far they’ve won more than $6 million from lotteries in Indiana, Missouri, Washington and the District of Columbia.
Yes, their winnings are pretty astonishing, BUT how much are they putting in? If they've truly found a way to beat the system, how long until the lottery comes up with an amendment to stop them? Because you know that'll happen if they are, indeed, beating the system.
Perhaps there's a movie to come out of this story after it's all said and done?
Also, how UNREAL would it be to SCRATCH off a 5 million dollar winner!?