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Posted: November 12, 2016, 8:19 am - IP Logged

I was just comparing my MM ticket that I bought last Thursday morning, which had a cash value of $41.1 million, to the work pool tickets I bought Friday morning that had a cash value of $40.4 million.

So the cash value dropped $700,000 from Thursday to Friday. I don't ever remember seeing that before. I don't remember what the annuity was on Thursday as I don't pay any attention to it.

Does anyone remember seeing the cash value drop before a draw took place?

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    Posted: November 12, 2016, 12:13 pm - IP Logged

    I don't know what answer to your question because I'm not sure exactly what your question is on the lottery.  How many people do you play in a lottery pool because you seem pretty good on it too?

      Kingofearth's avatar - Kinnak
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      Posted: November 12, 2016, 11:24 pm - IP Logged

      I was just comparing my MM ticket that I bought last Thursday morning, which had a cash value of $41.1 million, to the work pool tickets I bought Friday morning that had a cash value of $40.4 million.

      So the cash value dropped $700,000 from Thursday to Friday. I don't ever remember seeing that before. I don't remember what the annuity was on Thursday as I don't pay any attention to it.

      Does anyone remember seeing the cash value drop before a draw took place?

      Annuity and Cash values are only estimates. If sales are high, they rise even between drawings.  If sales are low, the opposite occurs. Welcome to the era of monster jackpots and slow climbs until they become monster jackpots.