66 winning lottery tickets. $6.3 million

66 winning lottery tickets. $6.3 million

A group of recent Ivy League graduates is making a run on lotteries across America.Get more news about 天下包网平台,you can vist nb68.com

So far they’ve won more than $6 million from lotteries in Indiana, Missouri, Washington and the District of Columbia.Exactly how they’re doing it — and how much they are profiting, if any — remains a mystery.

The unusual winning streak first came to light in Indiana after the apparent leader of the group, a 27-year-old Princeton University graduate named Manuel Montori IV, cashed in 61 winning Hoosier Lottery scratch-off tickets on a single day in September.

All of the winnings came from the same game, $7,000,000 MEGA CA$H, which sells for $30 a ticket. Most of Montori’s winners were for $1,000, but three were for $10,000, bringing his total haul to $88,000.Montori has been on an 18-month winning streak, or so it would appear. It includes much larger paydays and is part of a scheme that includes at least three other Princeton alumni: Matthew Gibbons, Hannah Davinroy and Zo? Buonaiuto. All of them are associated with an obscure company Montori founded last year called Black Swan Capital LLC.

Their biggest payday came a week after the Hoosier Lottery bonanza. Montori collected a $5 million top prize from a scratch-off ticket in Missouri on Oct. 6. Other winnings identified by IndyStar include:They also had a 1-in-5 shot at another $1 million in a Hoosier Lottery second chance drawing at the Indiana State Fair last year. Gibbons was one of the finalists selected from players who submitted non-winning tickets. He didn't win that one, but did collect a $500 consolation prize.

It’s a good bet, however, they’ve had other big paydays that haven’t come to light yet.

Their record raises several questions. Are Montori, Gibbons, Buonaiuto and Davinroy really that lucky? Have they found a way to beat the lottery at its own game? Or are they investing far more money than they are winning in a scheme doomed to fail?