How to Win the Lottery: Couple Profited From Quirk in Massachusetts Cash WinFall Game

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"I'm hoping that, yes, my license will be restored because I've got people that want to buy their tickets here," Paul Mardas, owner of the liquor store in Sunderland, said in an interview with ABC affiliate WGGB-TV.

The WinFall game has already been fading in popularity, said the Lottery Commission, and will be ended next year.

What does that mean for Gerald Selbee and his wife? "It will terminate our play," he said.

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