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I don’t make a habit of playing Powerball, but if I did I think I’d follow this guy’s lead. Not that it’s ever helped playing KENO that way, but hey…Associated Press tells us that Robert Winburn of Des Moines, Iowa always plays the same Powerball numbers, and his persistence finally paid off to the tune of $1 million bucks! Now, it took Robert 20 years, but hey…that’s still a pretty good return on your investment, right? Robert did not hit the Powerball number, but he got the first five and that was worth a cool mil. Players, the Powerball jackpot is now at an estimated $400 million. I’d be staying with the same digits you’ve been working if I were you!  DB

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