|Posted: January 13, 2006, 8:17 pm - IP Logged|
The New Jersey Pick 6 lottery, in spite of a much inflated annuity payout (the cash value is concealed from players) is clearly doing poorly.
It is very rare for an advertised annuity value to rise by even 1 million dollars after a rollover; more typical is a rollover of $200,000.
The old pick 6, which had better odds, did better, but it had the luxury of existing before New Jersey was a MegaMillions or Big Game State.
I can't believe that New Jersey hasn't acted with respect to this game. It can't be making the state much money.
If you were a lottery official in New Jersey, what would you do?
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