Holding degrees from MIT and Stanford, Srivastava was never drawn to the allure of the lottery -- given the inherent propensity to lose long term.
When a friend gave him a couple of cheap scratch games as a joke, he didn’t think much of it. But one of the tickets turned out to be a winner.
Srivastava was intrigued.
The ultimate solution would allow him to determine a winning ticket with 90% accuracy. “The numbers themselves couldn’t have been more
meaningless,” he told Wired Magazine. “But whether or not they were repeated told me nearly everything I needed to know.”
from the formula given you only need 10 $ to start.....
look for rows of three singleton numbers.....
these are the winners supposedly.
winning 9/10 tickets, would be sufficient to keep playing.
The problem would be travelling around and buying the right tickets
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