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September 16, 2013


Hi, Alan. Good to hear from you. I'll pass your comments along to the planning groups for those games.

I'm saddened that both the PowerBall and MegaMillions games have been altered in ways that appear to be motivated to increase the money that is kept, rather than continuing the pricing (PowerBall) and chances for players to obtain a jackpot win (MegaMillions). When the organizers of the Clinton River Boat Days got greedy, attendance dropped off dramatically and we no longer have this annual celebration. Both games were making PLENTY of money, and there remained a strong attraction to continue playing until this money grab was made in both games. I believe a majority of players, play for the jackpot, so increasing the odds of winning in the lower payout plays, just doesn't cut it. aet

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