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Don't Bet on It

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Published: 4 years ago

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Author: Robert Swiatek

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Buffalo software consultant John Kuzinski doesn't play the lottery, but somehow gets entangled in it. He wishes that he hadn't. This is a novel about politics, gambling, deception, technology, fear, and food. It is fiction, and the characters are not real, but the information contained within dealing with odds, statistics, computers, and lotteries are fact. If you play the lottery, by all means read this book. Even if you are not a gambler, you should still be enlightened and have a new outlook about games of chance. Download this FREE e-Book today!

Felicity Ann Coakley

The story was great and well thought out, but I would have liked more details about the things that went on (and perhaps a little less cookery?)


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