The luckiest lottery player in the world is Joan Ginther. In 1993 she won jackpot $5,4 million, in 2003 – $2 millions, in 2005 – $3 millions, and finally, in 2008 – $10 millions.
Journalists gathered some details in Joan’s biography: at first, she was a professor of a mathematical in the Stanford University, secondly, last three winnings happened after the scratch-off tickets purchases of an instantaneous lottery in the same shop at Texas small town Bishop.
Ginther’s childhood has passed in this city. Nowadays, she already moved to Las Vegas, that placed in twenty-four hours of ride from her first home. Coming from this information, we can suppose that Ginther somewise expected the algorithm of distribution of winnings tickets, but this information it’s impossible to prove.