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Stanford grad is 4-time Texas lotto winner rich with money, mystery – The Mercury News
Her name is Joan Ginther, and she won the Texas Lottery at least four times in 10 years, while apparently buying thousands if not millions of dollars wroth of tickets. Oh, did we mention she has a Stanford PhD in statistics, lives in Las Vegas, and yet repeatedly made the trip to a single store in rural Texas to make many of her purchases? There are several differences between Ginther's lucrative story in Texas and that of Marge and Jerry Selbee in Michigan and Massachusetts. For starters, there's the fact that while the Selbees are now very upfront about how they made their millions, and were the subject of a very well written report recently on HuffPost , Ginther apparently went underground. At last report, she lives in Las Vegas, but I can't find that she's ever given an interview. My attempts to track her down for this story amounted to nothing. By far the best attempt to decipher her strategy that I can find came from the work of Peter Murca, a reporter with Philly.
August 30, by abigail padgett. And I have enormous respect for Hillary. But rock stars no matter out outrageously self-promoting and politicians no matter how stalwart, savvy and dedicated are not mysterious. They are the very antithesis of mystery. We know more about them than we ever wanted to know.
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