It's A Crapshoot For Lotteries

Visions of multimillion-dollar jackpots dancing in his head, Daniel Van Dyke used to play California's lottery every week. But he never won much, and now the 26-year-old San Francisco computer engineer buys tickets just once a month--if at all. "It's the same game every time," he complains. "It gets a little boring."

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