EDITOR'S NOTE: A Facebook post about a Statistics professor who is lucky enough to win the lottery for four times has circulated on social media. Did You Know? page shared the piece that wowed netizens on June 13. It already gained about 12,000 likes with over 2,400 shares and still counting.
Read the entire story here and prepare to discover the woman’s secret of winning.
"First, she won $5.4 million, then a decade later, she won $2 million, then two years later $3 million and in the summer of 2010, she hit a $10 million jackpot.
Joan Ginther, a Statistics professor with PhD, won the lottery four times by figuring out its algorithm.
Three of her wins, all in two-year intervals, were by scratch-off tickets bought at the same mini mart in the town of Bishop.
The odds of this has been calculated at one in eighteen septillion and luck like this could only come once every quadrillion years."