Winning of Powerball Odds


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This show that winning the lottery… never and over never!

Every time a big jackpot rolls around, it seems people always have the same tireless conversations. If a huge pile of cash suddenly fell in your lap tomorrow, what would you spend it on?

Maybe you’d spend it on your family, make sure your kids or parents were set for life, lavish yourself and your loved ones with trips or new cars, or simply pay off all the bills and do some seriously smart investing.

With that much money, charitable giving would probably be on your mind, too, and there are plenty of big jackpot winners who have actually done *gasp* really good things with their fortunes.

We have collected the true, terribly sad stories of lotto winners that show that winning the lottery, despite the seeming wonderfulness of having some $ 500600-million more dollars (before taxes) to your name, is not all it’s cracked up to be.

In fact, what seems like an American dream may actually be something of an American nightmare.

Interestingly, the psychology that draws us to lotteries is the low-risk factor:

While you might win big, your life goes on virtually unchanged if you don’t, so there’s not a ton to lose.

What you might have to lose, at least according to historical precedent, often comes after you win. At least for these people, to whom the following occurred:

Poverty, after spending all the money on drugs and hookers.

This is the sad tale of “Lotto Lout” Michael Carroll, the “self-styled King of Chavs,” who “turned up to collect his ? 9.7million  win wearing an electronic offender’s tag.”

After winning, he used his money on drugs, gambling, and “thousands of prostitutes” only to end up back on the dole after eight years of living the Lotto life. Said Carroll to the Daily Mail…

The party has ended and it’s back to reality.

If you believe in pure luck and buy lottery tickets, then you should know your chances of winning :




















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