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.

      3rd attempt at this one, plese let me know if the protagonist goal etc are clearer now, dearest community.

      maximdrygin Penpusher Posted on January 11, 2019 in Comedy.
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        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.

        Singularity Answered on January 12, 2019.

        If you look at it this way – when everyone learns from media hype and search for her, yhat there’s a guaranteed winner always they have no access to, they stop playing altogether – then the lotto profits crash and lotto bosses won’t let this person to continue anymore. As fantastic as the core of the story, it seems logical to me.

        on January 12, 2019.
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