RE: When an altruistic math geek finds her loved ones in financial hardship, she must use her newly-found ability of lottery prediction to turn their lives around risking her own as a mysterious criminal lottery boss wants her dead for ruining his superprofits.
I think there may be a slight story problem.
If you hold a lottery and you sell 100 dollars worth of tickets, the prize will be 50 dollars. This is how the lottery makes money.
When a person wins the lottery, it doesn’t cut into the profits. The person who holds the lottery always makes a profit.
In other words, in a lottery, someone always wins. But the person who holds the lottery always makes money. They don’t actually lose money when there is a winner.