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TWO THUMBS UP
on November 23, 2006
Normally I wouldn't bother writing a review, but for this book I'm making the exception. Wow, the first worthy lottery book. Who would've ever thought that people who make $75,000 a year play the lottery almost 3 times more than others? Full of useful information, this title uses excellent sources to debunk the stereotype of lottery players and lottery winners.
It's amazing that the author was able to sweep across the entire subject of winning the lottery while at the same time answering so many questions. It's organized perfectly and does a terrific job in taking you from the purchase of lottery tickets to the drawing, the initial surprise (psychological and scientific) of winning, through claiming the jackpot and on through planning and hiring the right people. Lottery agencies should buy this book for jackpot winners. I give it TWO THUMBS UP.