> What I want to know is: if there are only 76 million combinations of
> numbers, and tickets cost only $1 each, and the jackpot is over $200
> million, why hasn't some group of people gotten together to buy all
> the possible combinations? Even if someone else wins too you are still
> gonna profit. Too much paperwork I guess?
Yes, that's it. Come to my poker game next weekend, and I'll
explain it in more detail.
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