Mass. Treasurer Cracks Down On Lottery Loophole A Massachusetts lottery game called "Cash Win-fall" was easier to win than expected. A computer scientist, among others, discovered a loophole in the game that almost guaranteed a profit. Some people were making big bucks from the loophole, but the state's treasurer put the kibosh on the scheme.
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Mass. Treasurer Cracks Down On Lottery Loophole

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